Island National Lakeshore - Wisconsin's northernmost
landscape juts out into Lake Superior as the scenic archipelago known as
the Apostle Islands. The national lakeshore includes 21 islands and 12
miles of mainland Lake Superior shoreline, featuring pristine stretches
of sand beach, spectacular sea caves, remnant old-growth forests,
resident bald eagles and black bears, and the largest collection of
lighthouses anywhere in the National Park System.
Ice Age National Scenic Trail - The Ice Age National Scenic Trail travels through the edges of the glacier that passed into Wisconsin.
Croix National Scenic River - The St. Croix National
Scenic Riverway consists of the Namekagon and St. Croix Rivers providing
252 miles of recreational opportunities. The Riverway is a unique
area with a diversity of habitat, which provides many opportunities for
viewing wildlife. A variety of recreational activities can be enjoyed in
this picturesque setting. The upper stretches are ideal for canoeists,
the rivers are shallow and narrow with some rapids. The lower stretches
broaden and widen and can be used by boats.
North Country National Scenic Trail - The North Country National Scenic Trail links scenic, natural, historic, and cultural areas in seven northern states. The approximately four thousand mile long trail includes a variety of hikes from easy walking to challenging treks. When completed, through the efforts of many people, the trail will become the longest continuous hiking trail in the United States.
For more information visit the National Park Service website