Three Lakes Wisconsin area has been associated with good fishing and tourism for over 100 years. The community’s greatest natural resource is the largest inland chain of lakes in the world, consisting of 28 interconnected lakes, 20 of which are easily accessible from Three Lakes.
The variety of the fisheries within the boundaries of Three Lakes both in the size of the lakes and the species that are found in them rewards anglers with trophy muskie, walleye, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike, crappie, bluegill and yellow perch are all available throughout the chain.
Downtown Three Lakes has a very old-fashioned yet warm appeal with antique looking lamp posts lining the streets, a small community nestled in the midst of the Northwoods, and more specifically, the Nicolet National Forest. The Nicolet offers scenic bicycling, hiking, camping, snow shoeing, cross-country skiing, and world class snowmobiling.
Three Lakes has always got something happening, whether it’s our Pumpkinfest in October, Smokey Bear/Fun Fest in June, or Nicolet Wheel-A-Way bike tour during Labor Day weekend.
Towns: Three Lakes
Bodies of Water: Three Lakes Chain, Thunder