Whether you're looking to explore or just relax, Antigo and Langlade County, located in the great Wisconsin "Northwoods", offers residents and visitors alike an abundant array of cultural, historical, natural, and recreational options. The true up north tourist destination provides a wide variety of northern Wisconsin recreational opportunities to meet everyone's liking all year long. For good reason, this is why Langlade County has been branded the "County of Trails."
Start planning your next up north adventure in Langlade County: The County of Trails!
NOTICE: To comply with State directives in regard to COVID-19, playgrounds, bathroom facilities, and shelters remain closed until further notice. All parks remain open for local residents to hike and bike while maintaining social distancing guidelines. Click here to read the Langlade County Forestry & Recreation Public Service Announcement for use of Langlade County camping and bathroom facilities.
Langlade County Wisconsin has an excellent park system. From camping and hiking to basketball and baseball, our parks are just what you are looking for to enjoy a day of fun in the beautiful Northwoods.
422 S Clermont Street,
WI - 715-623-3633Website | Map
Dog Park-City of Antigo
2000 Highway 64,
WI - 715-623-3633Website | Map
The City of Antigo is very grateful to an anonymous donor for $30,000.00 in funding for a new Dog Park. In addition, we are also grateful to the many pet owners in the community that showed a strong and organized interest in the park.
The Dog Park is located off of Century Avenue or the new Hwy 64 bypass (Address: 2000 Hwy 64). This area was formally a landfill, but has since been capped. It will now be utilized as space for owners and their pets to enjoy socializing and off-leash time within an expansive and beautiful fenced-in area.
The park features a separate small dog area (approximately 2 acres), various access gates to enter and exit the park, and various trails and open spaces which will be mowed throughout the summer season.
N8375 Park Drive,
WI - (715) 623-6214Website | Map
Veterans Memorial Park is one of Langlade County's parks. The park is known for Jack Lake and Jack Lake Campground. Jack Lake is a pristine, crystal-clear lake surrounded by hundreds of acres of county-owned forest, rich with recreational opportunities and wildlife. The park and campground are situated on the lake’s west and south shore; nestled among mature maple, birch, oak, and pine trees, providing a relaxing and peaceful setting.
Camping The Veterans Memorial Park best known as Jack Lake has 48 individual campsites with electrical hook-ups. The campground typically opens in early May and closes in mid-October, exact opening/closing dates are weather permitting. The campground consists of 48 individual campsites with 20/30-amp electrical hook-ups, two group sites, three cabins, two hike-in/boat-in sites, and an additional 5-site primitive campground located on High Lake.
Reservations are available for all campsites, cabins, group sites, park shelters, and Game Lake Outpost hike-in site by clicking here. Loon Cry boat-in site is on a first-come, first-serve basis and free of charge and High Lake Campground is on a first-come, first-serve basis and $20/night. Please call the office at 715-623-6214 for cabin reservations only.
Yesterday's Sign Park display selected porcelain/enamel and neon signs from Dean Blazek's private collection that reflected the businesses that used to reside in Antigo. Signs on display are all the gasoline brands used to have stations in the city limits, Blatz and Schlitz beer, Rexall Pharmacy, Norge, and Frigidaire. At Christmas, the City of Antigo erected its Christmas tree in the park, and its lights blended nicely with the neon glow. If you’re visiting northern Wisconsin, adjust your travel plans so you arrive in Antigo just as it gets dark. That is when the lights of Yesterday’s Sign Park shine brightest. Located on the southwest corner of 5th Avenue and Clermont Street.