Manitowish Waters is a town in Vilas County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 566 in the 2010 census. The unincorporated community Manitowish Waters, is also located within the town.
Restaurants in Manitowish Waters
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The North Lakeland Discovery Center is your connection to the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Nestled on 63-acres within the NH-AL State Forest the Discovery Center offers countless opportunities to explore the Northwoods. With our twelve miles of hiking, biking, groomed skiing, and snowshoe trails you can wander through large pine and maple forests, see bogs and lakes and even get stunning views of the beautiful Manitowish River.We have a Nature Nook where your entire family can touch, feel and experience many of the amazing resources of the area. Other drop-in activities include kayaking, canoeing and fishing on pristine Statehouse Lake. And with naturalists on staff, our programs offer learning adventures for adults, family and children. Visit our website for more details!
5.0 based on 12 reviews
Rest Lake Park is simply beautiful, The lake itself is a favorite, and you can see why when you're there. It is also the home of the "Skiing Skeeters" who have performed for decades twice a week. The new Pavilion, funded by Uline Corporation and its CEO, Liz Uhlein, is simply incredible, a true gem and gift to the area: it contains a fireplace, amazing restrooms, and high-quality, comfortable seating, tables and chairs. It is clear that both thought and resources were put into the pavilion. It is meticulously maintained, by Uline staff, who are exceptional representatives of Uline, and Mrs. Uhlein. We met and had the pleasure to speak with Dwight, who was cleaning up from the prior evening's festivities. What a delightful person, who was so knowledgeable about the area. Dwight, Aqualand's BLTs were just as you said they were--the best ever. Now, sorry to be negative or preachy, but I need to say this to those who deliberately try to ruin the pavilion by leaving a mess or destruction: No matter what your feelings are about Uline, vandalism is not the answer. Many others appreciate the investment and thought that has gone into the improvements in Manitowish Waters, maintaining its character and improving its long-term economic stability. If you don't agree, do something constructive to help the community and form a balanced vision, not something destructive and juvenile. And, to put these comments in perspective, my wife's family has a multi-generational, almost century-long connection to the Manitowish Waters area, and we understand the need to preserve its history and treasure. To preserve that history and treasure, we have to respect it, respect each other, and work together to ensure the long-term economic viability of the area, including attracting younger generations and letting them experience the natural beauty and culture of the area. Let's all work constructively, and not destructively, to create and achieve a vision that will preserve and enhance this treasure for all of us to use and experience.
5.0 based on 11 reviews
Located at the Community Center on Airport Road, 1 mile south of CTH W •Restrooms near tennis courts 24/7 or inside the Community Center when the building is open •Lions Pavilion adjacent to playground (request for use may be made with Town Hall) •Airport terminal: D25 (715-543-8320) located at the end of Airport Road •One-acre playground •Sun shelter with picnic tables •Open air picnic tables •Seasonal drinking fountain next to Community Building (and inside near restrooms) •Ball field •Golf driving field (bring your own equipment; first come first served) •Horseshoe pits (adjacent to tennis courts; bring your own equipment) •Tennis courts (first come first served) •Paddleball court (equipment available in attached building, first come first served) •Situated on the M.W. paved hike/bike path (parking available) •Adjacent to Frank B. Koller Memorial Library
When staying at Alder Lake Resort we always find our way to this nice park. It has two tennis courts and clean bathrooms. You can park your car here and jump on those amazing paved bike trails. You can even take a airplane ride, park is next to airport.
5.0 based on 11 reviews
1/2 mile west of Hwy. 51 on Park Road (turn across from the Catholic Church)The Town of Manitowish Waters obtained a maintenance agreement from the DNR on this beach/picnic site (April 2009). A state park parking sticker is no longer required.•Beach/buoyed swim area•Picnic tables•Grills•Hand water pump•Pit toilets •Accessible by watercraft on Little Star Lake (part of the M.W. 10-lake chain)
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