Welcome to Stone Lake, Wisconsin!
Located on the border of Washburn & Sawyer Counties, Stone Lake is a treasure of a small town. Stone Lake has big appeal to visitors, especially in the fall when the annual Stone Lake Cranberry Festival occurs. Thousands of people gather in this small town the first Saturday of October to celebrate all things cranberry. Events include over 300 Arts & Craft Vendors, Cranberry Crate Derby, Parade & much more!
Shopping: Stone Lake is home to many great specialty shoppes and antique stores. Take a walk around this great little downtown to experience a music store, wine shop, antiques, restaurants, gift shops and more. Stone Lake is also close to many other great places to shop. Click here for a full list of Washburn County shoppes.
Stone Lake Wetland Park: If you're looking for a nice trail to take a walk on, be sure to check out Stone Lake Wetland Park. Enjoy the 17.4 Acres of wetland and upland Ridge Walking Trails, 600 ft Boardwalk, a Gazebo Overlooking Stone Lake And the Canadian National Railroad, and a Covered walk bridge. Gain access in downtown Stone Lake behind The Last Frontier Antiques on Highway 70, or the Main Entrance located at Highway 70 and 3rd St. North.
Rustic Road #71: Located one mile west of town on Lake Road and Little Stone Lake Road between Highway 70 a County Road A. Take this beautiful ride that skirts the Western shore of Stone Lake where deer, raccoons loons and other waterfowl are often present. The trees along the route form a graceful arch overhead creating a tunnel of green over much of this two mile rustic road.
History of Stone Lake, Wisconsin:
When Stone Lake's earliest pioneers arrived, they found nothing but swamp and forestland - a vast, untouched wilderness - yet they were convinced this area was their Land of Promise. The gravestone in Evergreen Cemetery tells the silent story of many pioneer families, some who lived to see their dreams come true and some who did not. Yet every family there carved a niche in our historic past. A complete history can be viewed and read in the Historical Album located at the Historical Museum in Stone Lake.
Find out more about Stone Lake by visiting their website at www.stonelakewi.com