Monday, May 23, 2011
Flambeau River State Forest
Two forks of the Flambeau River provide 75 miles of uninterrupted natural beauty and whitewater excitement.
We both learned how to swim in Connors Lake. Connors Lake and Lake of the Pines have campgrounds. Both are beautiful lakes...spring fed, clear cold and great to cool off in after baling hay. (that is just what I did growing up)
You can hike to Little Falls on the Flambeau River. If you can go during high water...you will be in awe.
The boys like me to tell that story after a day of canoeing together...I remind them, never underestimate the power of a River.