Last chance to have input on the Wisconsin Outdoor Recreation Plan. There are only two days left. The Wisconsin DNR would like to understanding how you use the Outdoor Report and the content you prefer will help us provide a better product. If you have not already taken the survey, please take a few minutes to share your thoughts. Let the DNR know
Thank you to the Elcho School District's 6-8 graders that helped do maintenance work at Moccasin Lake last week. Go to http://bit.ly/2en2BVP
to read about what they did on there day at Moccasin Lake.
Langlade County is at full peak for fall colors. Get out to view the spectacular colors. How will you enjoy the colors?
Stop at the Junior Women's Craft/Trade Show to help in decorating for the upcoming holidays this Saturday. Then that night head over to Chuckles for Charity or the Haunted Corn Maze. Go to http://bit.ly/2e3yGxs
for more information on all of these events.
Good luck to all the youth deer hunters this weekend and stay safe!
Langlade County is at approximately 65% fall colors. Get out this weekend to view the spectacular colors! Go to http://bit.ly/2dxx93Q
to select how you would like to see the fall colors and download a trail map. Or join in on the Oktoberfest or Biketoberfest events. Go to http://bit.ly/1Mp8Q4P
to learn more about these events and other event
There is something new to try this fall or next spring/summer. The City of Antigo Disk Golf Course is expanding from 9-holes to 18-holes. Read more about this expansion at http://bit.ly/2cGjjNX
Ever want to know what life-size foosball would look like? Now is your chance to find out by participating in the Human Foosball tournament on October 8 in conjunction with the 10th Annual Oktoberfest in Antigo. Go to http://bit.ly/2dKIZsW
to find out more information on rules and registration. Deadline to register is Monday, October 3rd.
Read more about the old truck on the Parrish Hills segment of the Ice Age Trail at http://bit.ly/2dKq1CX
. Or even better, join in on the Ice Age Trail hike on Saturday with the possibility of earning a 40th Anniversary Hiking Patch.
With archery season already started, the Gun Deer Hunt for Hunters with Disabilities running October 1-9, and Youth Gun Weekend (October 8-9), it is not too late to plan your fall deer hunt by watching short video clips on introduction to deer season, where to find a place to hunt, and a Game Regulations overview by going to http://bit.ly/2cBF2St