The Northwoods offers plenty of trail systems for ATV enthusiasts. There is the Tuscobia Trail System which consists of 62 miles of beautiful scenery running west of the Park Falls area and the Flambeau Trail System, a 40 mile journey running to the east and through the approximately 800,000 acre Chequamegon National Forest. The Dead Horse Run Trail is approximately 70 miles in length, runs north of the Park Falls area close to the Turtle Flambeau Flowage and is located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet Forest. The Georgetown Trail near Kennan is a small ride, peaceful and scenic.
Known as the Ruffed Grouse Capital of the World and offering an array of public land to hunt on, Park Falls offers many opportunities to bag that big buck or bring in your limit of birds. Hunting deer, turkey, bear and grouse is a favorite past time of many people near and far, many coming from all areas of the country.
Want to see nature at its finest? There are hiking trails throughout the area to provide peace and quiet along with seeing the beauty of what the Northwoods has to offer. Walking the trails in any season will provide you with scenes that you’ll never want to forget ~ the regrowth of spring, the activeness of the summer, the colors of autumn and the crispness of winter all give you an idea of the ever changing seasons. What a great experience!
Well groomed and clearly marked trails await you for your snowmobiling enjoyment. Meet up with friends at a nearby restaurant and warm up with a bowl of chili or ride the trails all day long in the crisp winter weather. The sites and sounds of winter are great memories!
The water up here in the Northwoods offers many activities such as swimming, boating, fishing, water skiing, and canoeing to name a few. Bring up your own boat or rent a pontoon boat or canoe from local companies. There are a few public beaches for swimming, along with a public swimming pool right in Park Falls. There are plenty of fishing opportunities on the lakes and rivers in the area offering many species of fish, including Bluegill, Crappie, Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, Trout, Walleye, Pike and Muskie.