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From a quaint downtown, rich with railroad history that paved the way for Spooner, to one-of-a-kind festivals and events, and must-see attractions. Not to mention the town is the home of the Spooner Rodeo, Washburn County’s only brewery, eclectic shopping, Railroad Park & the Railroad Memories Museum, recreation of all sorts, the World’s Largest Musky & Walleye Fish Hatchery, and so much more...there’s a little something for everyone to enjoy in the Spooner area year ‘round.
Places to StayBack to Top of List
Spooner offers a wide variety of lodging - hotels, campgrounds, cabins, resorts, and the Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad's Bed & Breakfast Train Ride.
Where to EatBack to Top of List
Dozens of restaurants are located in the Spooner area serving up amazing specialties like Friday Night Fish Fry, homemade pizza, mouthwatering steak and more. Be sure to check out Spooner's new brewpub while you're out and about in the downtown area. You'll need to plan more than one trip to taste all the incredible food.
What to DoBack to Top of List
All aboard! Spooner is home to not only the Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad Train Ride, but also the Railroad Memories Museum. In addition, you'll find the Spooner Fish Hatchery, Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum, and an authentic downtown with the best shopping around.
Trails & RecreationBack to Top of List
Trails wind right through the City of Spooner and stretch in nearly every direction. From biking to skiing and ATVing to snowmobiling, you're sure to find a trail system perfect for you. Rentals are also available nearby for most activities. Stop by the visitor center for the most up to date maps before heading out.
Events & FestivalsBack to Top of List
Spooner is home to several incredible events including the Jack Pine Savage Days Festival, Jack O' Lantern Festival, Jack Frost Festival, the Spooner Food & Wine Tasting, and of course the Heart of the North Spooner Rodeo. The calendar is always full of great events in Spooner.