Area Attractions

Picnic Areas in Burnett County
County Owned
Clam Dam (Clam River), Webster
Jeffries Landing (Yellow Lake), Webster
Lake 26, Danbury
Meenon Park (Clam River), Webster
Minerva Dam, Danbury
Thoreson American Legion Park (Big Wood Lake), Grantsburg

Village and Township Owned
Clear Lake, Village of Siren
Crooked Lake, Village of Siren
Memory Lake, Village of Grantsburg
Mud Hen Lake, Daniels Township

State and Federal Owned
Crex Meadows, Grantsburg
Highway 70 Wayside on Clam Lake, Siren
N.P.S, St. Croix River and Hwy. 70, Grantsburg
Riverside (St. Croix River), North of Danbury

Public Swimming Beaches
Austin Lake, Webster
Big Wood Lake, Grantsburg
Mud Hen Lake, Siren
Clear Lake, Siren
Crooked Lake, Siren
Devils Lake, Webster
Round Lake, Danbury
Lake 26, Danbury

Clam River - 31.5 Miles
Nambekagon River - 12.5 Miles
St. Croix River - 65.5 Miles
Yellow River - 38.0 Miles

Golf Courses

Fox Run Golf Course
27536 State Road 35, Webster - 715-866-7953

Siren Glen Golf Club
8606 Waldora Road, Siren - 715-349-8000

Voyager Village Golf Course
28851 Kilkare Road, Danbury - 715-259-3910

White-Tail Wilderness Golf
27225 State Road 35, Webster - 715-866-8276

Yellow Lake Golf Course
7768 County Road U, Danbury - 715-866-7107

Want to have fun?

Burnett County offers much to the person with some leisure time to dispose of. From taking a walk along a country road or through a forest, to a fast game of tennis, there is much to enjoy.

There are many fine golf courses in the area. They are as follows: Fox Run Golf Course, Grantsburg Golf Club, Voyager Village Golf Course, White-tail Wilderness Golf and the Yellow Lake Golf Course.

If you want to pamper yourself, try the Grantsburg Fitness Center. You can exercise in air conditioned comfort in an exercise and weight room.

There is also two racket ball courts, a pool, whirlpool and sauna. If you are not a member, you can purchase a one-day membership. For more information, call (715) 463-2995.

Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park is located on 80 wooded acres along the Yellow River near Danbury, Wisconsin. The park is a living history site where reconstructed fur trade posts occupy the actual sites where they once operated from 1802 to 1804, alongside an authentic Woodland Indian Village. Fort Folle Avoine can be reached by driving four miles north of Webster to County Road U. Go west about two and a half miles. You can also check them out at: In addition to all this there is 242 lakes with game and panfish populations. 85.6 miles of trout streams and 202.7 miles of warm water fishery streams. There are over 150.000 acres of public owned lands open for hunting in Burnett County. Like to snowmobile? There are 158 miles of state approved, signed and groomed trails in Burnett County. There are an additional 150 miles of signed and groomed trails operated by the Wonderland Sno-Trails and Overland Trails organization. These trail systems are open to the public.

As you can see, Burnett County is a place for all ages, all 4 seasons of the year!!


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