Here are additional Up North resources to help you plan your stay while visiting Northern Wisconsin and Florence County. Most trail maps, guides and brochures are available to view and download by clicking on the title, or “Click Here” link to order a hardcopy from the “Contact Us” page.

Florence County Visitor Guide
Looking to ESCAPE, EXPLORE and RENEW in Florence County?
This informative guide describes places to go, things to do and contains a business directory.
Click Here to order a FREE Visitor Guide

Florence County Waterfall Guide
This brochure includes a map, descriptions and directions to all 7 Florence County Waterfalls on the Pine and Popple Wild Rivers as well as other activity ideas.Click here to order a Waterfall Guide

Florence County Recreation Map
This brochure contains the best map of the county marking the location of all types of outdoor recreation, land ownership types and descriptions for all 15 Wild River access points.

Pine & Popple Wild Rivers Guide
This DNR brochure includes a map of the Pine & Popple Wild Rivers, describes details about the Wild Rivers and highlights paddling trip options.
Click here to order your copy
Spread Eagle Barrens SNA Map Side
Spread Eagle Barrens State Natural Area (SEBSNA) was established in 1995 to protect a rare landscape of bracken grassland or ‘barrens’. The property is 8,418 acres, including a 1,305-acre easement owned by We Energies.
Click here to order your Spread Eagle SNA Guide

Blue Ox Trail Riders Snowmobile and ATV Map
Click here to order your Blue Ox Trail Map
Hunter Walking Trail Maps
Bessie Babbit
Burma Road
Bush Lake Flats
Grandma's Beaver Pond
Halls Creek
Lamon Tangue
 Winchester Trail

Horse Trail Maps
Halls Creek
Bush Lake Flats
Cross County Ski Trail Maps
Halls Creek
Lake Emily
Lauterman Trail

Historic Florence Walking Tour
A great way to explore Florence is to take a self-guided walk through time using this Historical Florence Walking Tour booklet.  This 1.7 mile route contains pictures and historic details about 37 noteworthy buildings and sites in Florence.  A numbered map in the booklet directs your tour which starts at the Museum (#1)located at 201 Florence Avenue across from Steamin’ Joe’s Coffee Shop on US Hwy 2. 

The tour guide was developed as a cooperative project between the Florence High School World Geography Class of 2016 and the Florence County Historical Society and made possible by a grant from the Dickinson Community Foundation.  Historical Society members have added a few updated photos and additional information to the 2019 edition.

Booklets are available for $5 each at the Museum during their Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon summer hours from June 14th through September 14th. They also can be purchased at the Wild Rivers Interpretive Center Gift Shop.

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