New Auburn, WI Area Attractions
From hiking, biking, and water sports to wineries, brewery tours, and summer festivals, there is no short supply of activities around our Northwestern Wisconsin campground. Located in the Blue Diamond Recreational Area and surrounded by some of Wisconsin's finest lakes, Green Acres Family Campground is fun for the entire family.
Valkyrie Brewing Co.
Tour northwest Wisconsin's first microbrewery and sample some of their 22 styles of beers
Bloomer Brewing Co.
One of Wisconsin's first breweries, old fashioned beer and a history that's a real page turner!
Tours, museum, gift shop, beer tasting
Autumn Harvest Winery & Orchard
Apple and grape wine, gourmet food, and apple orchard since the 1920s
River Bend Vineyards
Taste well-balanced wines unique to our region and climate
Old Abe Trail
Hike, bike, snowshoe, snowmobile, and horseback ride 19 ½ miles of paved trail connecting two state parks along the Chippewa River
Duncan Creek Trail
Jump on the Old Abe Trail from Chippewa Falls from this five mile trail
Tuscobia State Trail
Running 76-miles, Tuscobia-Park Falls State Trail is the longest state trail in Wisconsin and offers spectacular scenic views for hikers, cyclists, horseback riders and snowmobilers
Chippewa Moraine State Recreation Area
Situated along the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, this 3060-acre recreation area offers unspoiled beauty with kettle lakes and many glacial features
Rent skis, snowboards, snowblades, and Telemark skis to enjoy 11 slopes and four terrain parks
Irvine Park and Zoo
318-acre public park, zoo, picturesque dam, picnic areas, tennis courts, hiking trails, and cross country skiing trails
Cabin Ridge Rides
400 acre recreational facility with a variety of activities with horse drawn vehicles
Beaver Creek Reserve
From miles of hiking and ski trails to a nature center, butterfly house, and field research station, Beaver Creek Reserve in Fall Creek is fun for the whole family
Back 40 Trail Riders
A year round club that offeres something for all ages - snowmobilers or non-snowmobilers. Enjoy the annual corn feed in August, a hayride in September, trail work October & November and finally ride in December!