Selfie Stops

Enjoy These Byway Selfie Stops

  • Larry the Log Roller in Wabeno
    Wabeno Logging Museum
    Highway 32, Wabeno, WI 54566

    Larry loves Selfies. Say hi and snap away!

  • Byway Signs in Carter and Hiles
    Hiles Sign – Hwy 32 North, Town of Hiles
    Carter Sign – Hwy 32 South, Forest County Potawatomi Carter Casino

    Find yourself in Carter or Hiles? Stop by and see our sign!

  • Sugar Bush Hill Historical Marker, Northern Highland
    Near Crandon, at the intersection of Highway 8 and Kwe Da Kik Lane. Marker is at a wayside.

    Live the highlife in Northern Wisconsin and visit this historical marker showcasing the highest point in the Northern Highland region of Wisconsin.

    Sugarbush Hill, which you see across the valley, is one of the highest points in the northern highland geological province. This province, which includes some 15,000 square miles, is underlain by the crystalline rock on an ancient mountain range comparable to the Rockies, the peaks of which were ground down by glacial and other geological processes extending over almost infi­nite time. Within this forest region lies one of the greatest concentration of lakes in the world, similar to that of Finland. ~ Excerpts from Wisconsin Historical Society

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  • Steam Train in Laona
    5068 Highway 8, Laona, WI 54541
    Photo By Daniela Kloth

    The Lumberjack Steam Train & Camp 5 Museum are open seasonally.

    Full steam ahead!! Don’t miss the chance to see the historic Steam Train in Laona.

  • World’s Largest Soup Kettle in Laona
    Highway 8, Laona, WI 54541

    Get your camera ready and dig in! Visit the world’s largest soup kettle and smile big.

  • Historical Marker in Mole Lake
    Highway 55, Mole Lake, WI

    The Battle of Mole Lake is memorialized with this historical marker east of the Mole Lake Casino & Lodge.

  • Dinesen House in Mole Lake
    3084 Highway 55, Mole Lake, WI
    Photo by Royalbroil

    See the Dinesen House, a standing legacy to the endurance and strength of the individuals and families who called the cabin home, and to the Sokaogon Chippewa Community who refused to give up on the humble log cabin.

  • Bear Paw Tree
    N3494 Hwy 55, White Lake, WI

    Wonder why there are kayaks in this tree? In 2007, a 1.5 mile wide tornado traveled 50 miles through the Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure, leaving only this single White Pine tree standing. Depending on who you ask, the kayaks were placed in the tree by the tornado, but other say the owners kept the tree and placed the trashed kayaks up in it to remember the tornado. Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure was rebuilt after the tornado.

  • Gilmores Mistake Rapids
    N2580 Highway 55, White Lake, WI

    Gilmores Mistake is a section of Wolf River rapids located by Crab N Jack's. When the river is lower, you can walk out on the large rock that is at the start of the rapids. Just past Gilmores Mistake, is a take out point for rafters, kayakers and tubers.Check out the Winding Down the Wolf video clip.  Here is video with higher water levels.

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  • Military Park in Langlade on Wolf River
    N8722 Highway 55, White Lake, WI
    North of Lily – between Lily and Pearson

    This is a perfect stop to snap a photo of yourself by the Old Military Road historical marker or the famous Wolf River. While there, learn about early history of the area. Swing set, picnic tables, open air shelter and restrooms are also available.

  • The Town of Hiles is celebrating its history with a new mural that travelers on the Byway shouldn’t miss!
    Located in front of the Hiles Town Hall on Hwy 32 in Argonne, the 8' multi-panel mural showcases the town’s early days, the appreciation of Native American culture and traditions, and the exceptional recreational opportunities for locals and visitors to enjoy.
    This three-year project was conceived by the Hiles Service Club. Volunteers from the Club drew sample panels freehand, and panels were created and installed by Brian Rocky Alsteen of Air Head Designs. Funding for the project included grants from the Forest County Potawatomi Community and the Forest County Tourism Commission.
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