It’s only .4 miles through the forest on the Julian Bay Trail to the “singing sands” beach at Julian Bay.Read More
Swimming to Madeline Island has been a storied feat around the Bayfield area for decades. Starting as a community swim for 24 people in 2006, the Point to La Pointe has grown into a thriving race that sells out annually at 500 swimmers.Read More
Catching the ephemeral forest wildflowers and waterfalls on spring hikes in the Bayfield Peninsula!Read More
The 13th Annual Chequamegon Bay Birding & Nature Festival includes 3 days of birding and nature activities on Wisconsin’s south shore of Lake Superior at the peak of spring migration. The event includes over 100 field trips and programs on all things nature.Read More
March 1–3, 2019
The Bayfield Rec Center is throwing a party for winter and you’re invited! Join us up on the south shore of Lake Superior the first weekend of March for the Bayfield Winter Festival. No matter the weather, there’s something for everyone — hit the slopes at Mt Ashwabay, shop and eat in charming downtown Bayfield, take the plunge into icy water or bike right on it. Immerse yourself in the North Woods Winter Wonderland at the Bayfield Winter Festival!
Book Across the Bay is the upper Midwest’s most unique winter event, open to skiers and snowshoers of all ages and ability levels. The 10-kilometer course, which is groomed for both classic-style and skate skiing, starts in Ashland and ends in Washburn, and follows a route not on land, but over the frozen surface of Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake. The event is held at night, and the course is lit by the stars above and up to 1,000 candles in ice luminaries that line the entire route. For more information go to www.batb.orgRead More
Join us for an extraordinary wintertime adventure! Pick your favorite sled dog team and cheer them on from start to finish as they race the challenging course of hills and flats, through the forests of the Bayfield Peninsula. Keep warm with coffee and hot chocolate beside the bonfire as you wait for your team to return. It’s an unforgettable experience for young and old, spectator and racer alike. And an absolute must for any winter sports enthusiasts or dog lover!Read More