Whether you are planning a northern Wisconsin vacation, passing through, or you live here in Langlade County, the businesses that reside here know how important you are. From retail, dining, service, and industry, chances are there is a local business that does or has what you need. For additional community information, links, and resources for Langlade County, visit our Community Resource Website at alcinfo.com.
Contact Jason Jansen
Antigo Hockey-3A USA Association Teams from Mites through Bantams, Antigo High School Hockey Team-signups in the fall months. Hockey Camp in June. Visit the website for all details.
The Antigo Bike and Ski Club is an organization dedicated to promoting fitness, fun, and safety to adults and families in the Antigo, Wisconsin area. Everyone is welcome!
Antigo Community Food Pantry
2120 Progress Blvd,
WI - (715) 623-1103Website | Map
The Antigo Community Food Pantry is a group of compassionate volunteers providing food and resources that sustain health and human dignity. We strive to collaborate, advocate and increase public awareness to achieve food security for everyone in our community.
Antigo Elks Lodge #662
622 Clermont Street,
WI - 715-623-3034Website | Map
To promote the principles of Charity, Justice, Brotherly Love and Fidelity; to recognize a belief in God; to promote the welfare and enhance the happiness of its Members; to quicken the spirit of American patriotism; to cultivate good fellowship; to perpetuate itself as a fraternal organization, and to provide for its government, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States of America will serve the people and communities through benevolent programs, demonstrating that Elks Care and Elks Share.
A fraternal order with nearly a million members and a 141-year history.
A network of more than 2000 lodges in communities all over the country.
A generous charitable foundation that each year gives millions in scholarships, an inspiration to youth, a friend to veterans and more.
By providing hope and positive vision, Optimist bring out the best in kids.
Optimist International is a worldwide volunteer organization made up of more than 2,500 local Clubs whose Members work each day to make the future brighter by bringing out the best in children, in their communities, and in themselves.
Contact: Roger Fuller
Meeting Location: Luigi's Pizza Pasta
410 WI-64, Antigo.
Weekly: Wednesdays, 12 Noon
111 Western Avenue,
WI - 715-627-0497Website | Map
The Antigo Penguins Swim Club provides swimming fitness and stroke technique to swimmers ages 5-18. Our winter club practices begin in October and run through March. There is also a summer swim program that runs from May through August. The club supports the boys and girls varsity swimming programs at the high school and some of the high school swimmers participate in club activities throughout the year. Please visit our website if you are interested in more information about how to be a part of Antigo swimming!
PO Box 523,
WI - 715-216-1263Website | Map
Rotary is a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional, and community leaders. Members of Rotary clubs provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill & peace. Clubs are nonpolitical, nonreligious, and open to all cultures, races, and creeds. As signified by the motto Service Above Self, Rotary’s main objective is service — in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world.
Barry Hafer, President, email@example.com Meetings: Noon every Monday at Game On, 623 Edison Street, Antigo, WI
AVAIL stands for Advocates for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Abuse in Langlade County, Wisconsin. We began providing services to abuse survivors in 1980. AVAIL is committed to providing quality services to survivors of abuse and to educating the public to prevent violence. "You are not alone". Please explore our website for information about our services and programs or give us a call to learn more. AVAIL staff are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency services by calling the 24 hour Crisis line at 715-623-5767.
411 Superior Street,
WI - (715) 627-1389Website | Map
Being a member of the Boys & Girls Club gives youth access to world-class programming, use of our gym, computer lab, a dedicated teen space, and games equipment when we are open. Every day we offer a variety of programs that are both fun but also valuable for youth development. Enroll your child in the Boys & Girls Club to give them access to positive role models, fun and educational activities, nourishing meals, and opportunities to build character in a safe environment.
Hours: After school 3:00pm-6:30pm; no school days: 7:00am-5:30pm
Annual Membership: $25 for the School Year and $100 for the summer, with daily snacks and dinner served on school days, and breakfast, lunch, and snacks served on non-school days.
Ages Served: 1st grade (must be 7 years old) through 12th grade
230 Elm Street,
WI - 715-610-9315Website | Map
The Antigo Clothes Closet is located at 230 Elm Street, inside the basement of the Nazarene Church. It is free for anyone in need of clothing. It is based on donations and seasonal attire is put out for the entire community.
N11283 Door Street,
WI - 715-275-3031Website | Map
Christian based men's group working for church and community. Monthly dinners in our new pavilion, wild game feed, social meetings, hard work with a lot of rewards.
Forward Service Corporation
618 5th Avenue,
WI - 715-623-2117Website | Map
Forward Service Corporation is a team of dedicated, caring professionals working to help our clients reach their dreams. We do this with employment, training, support, case management, and other services that lead to a more prosperous future.
The Antigo Junior Women's Club, part of the Northwoods District of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC), is a community organization for women of all ages, dedicated to volunteer services, community improvement, and enhancing the lives of others. Their largest fundraiser is the Annual Craft & Trade Show, which is held at the Langlade County Fairgrounds on the 3rd Saturday in October and attracts thousands of shoppers.
Founded in 2001 Habitat for Humanity of Langlade County works in partnership with people from all walks of life to assist people in need by building and renovating homes so that our disabled, our elderly, our youth, our friends and our neighbor have safe and decent homes.
Jack Lake Silent Sport Association oversee the Jack Lake Mountain Bike Trails and hold multiple mountain biking events throughout the year. Jack Lake Silent Sports Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization established in 2019 to better build and maintain the Jack Lake Mountain Bike Trails at Jack Lake Veteran's Memorial Park. The trails were built in 2017 and we hope to bring more to the trails than ever before! In addition, Jack Lake Silent Sport Association is also in a partnership with the City of Antigo to provide support to build and maintain the trails at the City Dump Trails, just south of Antigo. They are just outside the city limits and have beautiful scenery and landscape to ride. Check out their Facebook page. Email Jacklakessa@gmail.com for more information.
Kiwanis Clubs focus on changing the world by serving children, one child, and one community at a time.
Contact: Mike Winter
Meets at: Heart Breakers Bar & Grill
950 Forrest Avenue
Antigo WI 54409
Meeting Time: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at noon
LAMBA is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2009 that organizes cycling activities and manages a network of mountain bike trails in the Langlade area. LAMBA in conjunction with the Wolfman Triathlon, work together on the maintenance of the Nicolet Roche and Wolf River trails, development of future trail projects as well as events in Eastern Langlade/Western Oconto Counties and Town of Wolf River. Our goal is to create premium trail systems that will encourage people of all ages to become physically active in the outdoors through the sport of mountain biking.
837 Clermont Street,
WI - (715) 627-6236Website | Map
Langlade County 4-H Clubs teach, learn, lead and serve, connecting people with the University of Wisconsin, and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities.
Contact: UW Extension Office
837 Clermont Street
Antigo WI 54409
Langlade County Historical Society Inc.
404 Superior Street,
WI - (715) 627-4464Website | Map
Contact: Mary Kary Wolf
The mission of the Langlade County Historical Society (LCHS) is to preserve, advance, and disseminate knowledge in the history of Langlade County. This is done by the maintenance of a museum, local historical artifacts and archives, and historic sites on the museum campus. In addition, the LCHS prepares programs and publications dealing with local history. The LCHS is affiliated with the Wisconsin Historical Society.
The museum is managed by a curator and governed by a nine member board.
The museum is open from Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. The new Welcome Center in the museum, with general information about sites and activities in Antigo and Langlade County,
The Langlade County Ice Age Trail Chapter is one of 19 local organizations with volunteer members who maintain and promote the Ice Age National Scenic Trail through 29 Wisconsin counties. Each chapter is affiliated with the Ice Age Trail Alliance at Cross Plains, Wisconsin. The state organization’s mission is “to create, support, and protect a thousand-mile footpath tracing Ice Age formations across Wisconsin.”
The Langlade County Ice Age Trail Chapter has been actively involved in the trail effort since 1973. Activities include chapter hikes, community outreach, and trail maintenance. Due to the pandemic, chapter hikes and participation in community events have been canceled until further notice. All segments in the county are currently open but hikers are encouraged to use social spacing and facemasks if and when encountering others on the trail.
Segment stewards are responsible for specific sections of the 50 plus miles of trail in Langlade County. About 2/3 of the trail passes over public lands owned and administered by the county and state.
The Pickerel-Pearson Business Association (PPBA) maintains pickerel-pearson.com to provide information about: The villages of Pickerel, Pearson, Lily, Elcho, Deerbrook, and Antigo; The townships of Ainsworth, Langlade, and Nashville; and The Mole Lake Sokaogon Chippewa Community.
We invite you to pull up a chair and stay a while. Check out our Business & Service Directory. We'll be glad to help you plan your visit.
We have sports and recreation year-round for the whole family -- golfing, snowmobiling, skiing, hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, rafting, camping and more.
Area businesses provide fine dining, lodging and entertainment. Whether you're looking for a beautiful place to visit on your next vacation, a prime business location, or just a great place to live, you'll find it all in Pickerel and Pearson.
N2160 W Rollwood Road,
WI - 715-623-4015Website | Map
We have three goals.
To create a safe haven for injured wildlife while they heal and until they are ready to be released back into the wild.
To develop nutritional protocol, rehabilitation methods and husbandry based on the natural history of the bird to assure a successful release.
To create a broader understanding of native birds, their behavior and habitat needs among the public and the scientific community.
Senior Center of Langlade County
1225 Langlade Road,
WI - 715-627-6632Website | Map
The mission of the Senior Center of Langlade County is to serve the adult population of Langlade County, ages 50 and older. To provide for the needs of this population in the Antigo and Langlade County areas, providing daily socialization, interaction with peers, educational programs and community interaction opportunities. The Senior Center invites citizens to participate in any of the activities, classes, services, and events that are offered. Call 715-627-6632 and leave a message and someone will return your call.
P.O. Box 116,
WI - 715-275-3687Website | Map
Sno-Devils Snowmobile Club Inc. was formed back in 1970 with only a few charter members as a non-profit Corporation. We are a "working" club as we groom over 100 miles of snowmobile trails in northern langlade county. We currently have 2 Tucker Sno-Cats with Trail Boss drags and a recently purchased Caterpillar Skid Steer with a hydraulically operated sickle mower for brushing. Our membership is now approximately 300 with many being out of town members. We donate to many charities, including taking donations at our activities for the local food pantry, sponsoring a local scholarship, helping the fire department/EMT's with their fundraisers, sponsoring the local Snowmobile Safety Class, donating to the local youth trap club, and many more. We have just recently launched our web site and are looking for constructive suggestions. Our e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trout Unlimited (TU) is a national organization with more than 140,000 volunteers organized into about 400 chapters from Maine to Montana to Alaska.
Contact: Scott Hendricks
WeekEnd Backpack Program
2120 Progress Blvd,
WI - 715-623-1103Website | Map
The WeekEnd Backpack (WEB) Program offers ready-to-eat and easy-to-prepare items for children and families. Applications are available through the school secretaries and guidance counselors. Backpacks are filled with two meals each weekend. The food is chosen so that the children are able to prepare it themselves. One weekend a month the backpack will include a family meal. About 400 volunteers help this program work, from packing, transporting, and hanging up backpacks to fundraising and coordinating work. It costs $160 per child per school year to maintain this program. If you are interested in volunteering or making a financial contribution please contact email@example.com. Please visit their website for more information on distribution and applications.
Native plants, natural landscape is the moto of Wild Ones Northwoods Gateway Chapter. Join a community of native plant enthusiasts – novices to experts – making a difference by establishing and preserving communities of native plants in home landscapes, schools, businesses, and communities. Help spread awareness and share knowledge about preserving, restoring, and establishing native plant communities to promote biodiversity through your own landscaping. Native plants are needed for pollinators to keep the human food chain going. Without native plants, we would have no pollinators which means no food.