Welcome to Trego, Wisconsin!

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Here you will find many exciting outdoor activities, and wonderful shops to explore during your visit to Washburn County.

The Namekagon River is part of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway that provides 252 miles of recreational opportunities. Camping and canoeing are the main attractions. If you want to get close to nature, seeing hours of wildlife along the way, take a river trip down the Namekagon River! If hiking is your venue to take in your experience with nature, there are hiking trails throughout the area that are 3-5 miles each. Capture photos on your way, for a memorable visit. Snowmobiles and ATV's can get right to everything here, and Trego connects with hundreds of miles of state-funded groomed trails.

You will find much to see in the fabulous shops that encompass Trego, and there are great places to eat as well. Stop in and see us, here in Trego, Wisconsin.


History of Trego, Wisconsin:

Trego is a town in central Washburn County, created on February 2, 1904 with the name Mills, and later changed to the current name of Trego on April 6, 1906. Prior to 1904, the community was known as Superior Junction by the railroad community, where the two rails divided to the northeast and the northwest. The latitude of Trego is 45.899N. The longitude is -91.82W. Elevation is 1,047 feet. The population, at the time of the 2000 census, was 885.