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Crivitz Recreation Association
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rivitz was founded by German immigrant
Fredderick Bartels. It was named after
his homtown of Crivitz Germany.
The Crivitz area has a deep history of logging.
Logs were moved to mills and lumberyards in
serveral ways, by horse drawn sleds, railroads and
even by waterways. Streams and rivers provided
existing pathways to get logs from woodlands to
processing yards.
The next great change came from the
construction of hydro-electic dams. High Falls
Flowage, on the Peshtigo River, was one of the
earliest successful major hydro projects in
Wisconsin. It is one of twenty-one notable hydro
dams built in the United State before World War I.
The idea was spawned by Frank H. Josslyn.
Being the first dam of four to be built on the
Peshtigo, there were many unforeseen obstacles
that had to be overcome. One of those was the
location. It was built nineteen miles from the
closest rail road at Ellis Junction, now Crivitz.
Because of the poor sand roads, most of the
heavy equipment was hauled from Crivitz in the
winter on sleds pulled by teams of horses. It has
been said it took thirty two horses and a fifteen
man crew seven days to move one eighteen ton
transformer from Crivitz to High Falls.
They threw the switch on the Westinghouse
switch board for the first time on August 15, 1910.
The hydro supplied electric power to the city of
Green Bay and beyond. High Falls Dam has been
continuously producing electricity for over 100
years. The site is listed on the National Register of
Historic Places. With the success of the High Falls
Dam, three more Hydro Power Plants were built
along this stretch of river.
The dam on Lake Noquebay effectively brought
up the level of the lake, enhanced the shoreline,
and enlarged this popular recreation lake.
A byproduct of these dams was the reservoirs
they created. These reservoirs produced fantastic
fishing and recreational areas of great expanse.
Our reputation as a quality fishing area quickly
spread far and wide. This was the beginning for
the tourism in the Crivitz area.
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f you haven’t heard by now, our area is an
awesome playground. Part of the reason is
the number of public park areas for our visiting
friends and neighbors to enjoy. Our hundreds
of thousands of acres of county and state owned
lands are dotted with a wide variety of parks and
camping areas. Lake Noquebay, Twin Bridge,
Veterans, and Davis Falls are all county owned
parks. They are also all within a half hour of the
Village of Crivitz. McClintock and Goodman
Parks are a bit further away, but well worth the
drive to see the rapids.
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of the world? The highest point in Marinette
County can be found west of Crivitz at Thunder
Mountain County park with great trails for both
hiking and biking.
Quiet water is right in Crivitz at Don Brooks
Memorial park, a favorite launching spot for
quiet water rafters. Would you like to be on top
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VETERAN’S FALLS
McCLINTOCK FALLS
Take Cty Hwy W west out of
Crivitz to Parkway Rd. North.
Veteran’s Park is 3 miles north
of W on Parkway.
15 miles from Twin Bridge Park is the entrance to
McClintock Park Campground. Short walk to
waters. Falls are actually series of rapids beneath
many bridges.
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STRONG FALLS
CARNEY RAPIDS
On the Peshtigo River in
Goodman Park between Hwy
8 and Cty Hwy C on Parkway
Road (Cty I).
Continue east on Hwy 8 to Old Cty. Rd A; turn south
and go about 2 miles to the first bridge. Carney
Rapids is an area of rushing water that can be
viewed from the road just to the west of the bridge.
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FOUR FOOT FALLS
EIGHTEEN FOOT FALLS
Just north of the bridge at Carney Rapids is a dirt
road to the east. Drive or walk the road about 1/2
mile. A short walk along a path to the right takes you
to the falls.
Go north on Twelve foot Falls
Road and take the second
sand road on the right. 1/2
mile to the falls.
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TWELVE FOOT FALLS
EIGHT FOOT FALLS
Located on the Pike River just
west of Hwy 141 off of Hwy 8.
Take Lilly Lake Rd south from
Hwy. 8 and follow the signs.
Just downstream of Twelve Foot Falls. A short walk
though the campground and down a path takes you
right to the falls.
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HORSESHOE FALLS
DAVE’S FALLS
Take 12 Foot Falls Rd south past Trout Haven Road to
FR510. Follow FR510 to the turn-off and parking area
for the falls. The roads are sometimes in rough shape
during frost out in spring, and in muddy weather.
Located at Dave's Falls
County Park, on Hwy 141 just
south of Amberg.
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BULL FALLS
SMALLEY FALLS
Take Hwy K to the east just south of Amberg. 1/4 mile
to the power lines. Short walk down the power lines
to the river.
Chute falls peppered with
boulders. Take 141 about 5 miles
north of Pembine to Morgan
Park Rd. Follow Morgan Park Rd.
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LONG SLIDE FALLS
PIER’S GORGE
On Morgan Park Rd. Continue
until you see the sign. Falls drop
about 50 feet through a chute
filled with rocks and ledges.
Take Hwy 141 north to Hwy 8 east. Follow 8 east
across the bridge and turn left at the sign. Follow the
road back to the end. There is a foot path that takes
you back to the various vistas that the gorge offers.
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ome join the fun of camping in Wisconsin’s
most beautiful north woods. We’re far
enough to leave troubles behind and close enough so
you don’t have to break the bank to get here. There
are both private and public campgrounds from which
you can enjoy boating, fishing and other outdoor
activities.
Our north woods camping will keep you close to nature
and give you back the sanity the city strife has taken
away. Any old way you want to camp, you can pick
your own pace.
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2800-acre
Governor Thompson State
Park is located on the southern
shore of Caldron Falls Flowage just
northwest of Crivitz. Visitors may drive through the
park to view the pristine shoreline of the Peshtigo
River Flowage. The state park has a large picnic area
on Woods Lake, and an improved boat landing on
Caldron Falls Flowage (#13).
It also recently completed a 100-site campground,
three boat access campsites, and 16 miles of hiking
trails to get you off the beaten path to see the
picturesque granite rock outcroppings and the
abundant wildlife that call this retreat their home.
When the snow flies, we have six miles of groomed
ski trails for both classic and skate skiers and 2.5
miles of packed snowshoe trails.
There is a warming shelter available at Woods Lake.
Shore-fishing, ice-fishing and non-motorized boating
is permitted on the two inland lakes. Admission fee
required.
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he Crivitz area has a broad variety of
feathered friends. Some of our common
sightings include eagles, owls, woodpeckers
and countless more. A keen ear and ready
binocular will help toward reaching your ‘Big
Year’. Eagles area year round residents here
and you will spot them along the rapid flowing
Peshtigo River, they love fish!
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he Peshtigo River is the best stretch of
river in the Midwest and unmatched in
Wisconsin for whitewater rafting. A half hour
northwest of Crivitz is the place to test your
skills on this most exciting adventure. Quiet
water, rapids and falls, are all in this stretch of
river. River trips begin in spring and continue
through summer and early fall. Our rafting
companies cater to the first timer, experienced
hardcore rafters, and all of those that are
somewhere in between. Don’t worry about
being equipped; the rafts, oars and
other gear are supplied to you by
your outfitter.
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The scenery is gorgeous.
Granite outcroppings, huge facings, and
near virgin timber forests line the banks
of our whitewater paradise.
If a quieter type of rafting is what you are
looking for then check with your outfitter.
There are a several spots on the river that
you won’t lose the cooler on.
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Crivitz Lodge
215 Hall Ave
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Lake Noquebay
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Lakeside Bar,
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Little Paradise
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Peshtigo River
Vacation Rentals
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Crivitz, WI
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Parkway Rd
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Crivitz, WI peshtigoriverrentals.com
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W6296 Circle Rd
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Popp’s Resort
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Shaffer Park Resort N7217 Shaffer Rd
Motels &Supper Club Crivitz, WI
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Rene’s Dining Room
W11590 Cty Rd X
Crivitz, WI
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Shaffer Park Resort
Motels & Supper Club
Soup to Nuts
N7217 Shaffer Rd
Crivitz, WI
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Thunder Mountain
Valley Inn
Tommy’s Corner
Pub & Grill
Twin Bridge
Resort
W12960 Tracy Ln
715.757.3150
Crivitz, WI
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N9686 Cty Hwy X
715.757.3487
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o vacation is complete without stopping for a
little something to tickle your tummy. Famous
supper clubs have long been part of your vacation
to the near north. Pick a steakhouse, look up some
fried chicken, or round off the week with a Friday
night fish fry. Cap that off with a yummy icecream
treat and young and old will be satisfied.
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Sharky’s Floral
Tree Treasures
Evergreen Market
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Country Convenience
913 N. Hwy 141
Crivitz, WI
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Crivitz, WI
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Crivitz, WI
709 Dyer St.
amazing variety of specialty shops featuring
everything from jewelry to premier wines.
Wisconsin is famous for its cheese, and Crivitz
has the best cheeses available for you to take
back to the cabin or all the way back home.
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rivitz has the ultimate indoor sport, Shopping!
Top off a day in the great outdoors with an outing
through our many boutiques and shops. As
expected, you will find beautiful crafts and country
made items mixed in with antique shops and sporting
good stores. But perhaps what you didn't expect is the
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olks love to come to Crivitz to fish.
Whether you are a hardcore Musky
hunter or just want to wet a line while you let
the sun tan your hide, the places to fish in this
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area are beautiful, peaceful, and brimming with
plenty of fish. Hit the lakes, streams or rivers.
Fish for the big one or let the kids catch
so many pan fish you’ll get tired of baiting
their hook. Get serious about May walleye,
June bluegills, August smallmouth, September
sturgeon, October musky, then start all
over when the ice gives you access to all
of the above.
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- Local Fishing Muskellunge
A lean, hard-muscled fighter that reaches a
maximum length of over 5 feet and weight of
almost 70 pounds.
Northern Pike
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Pike attain lengths of as muc
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Largemouth Bass
The largemouth grows to a weight of 11 pounds
and length of about 24 inches.
Brook Trout
This brightly colored fish feeds on stream
insect larvae, but will readily take baits
such as worms, minnows and chub tails.
Yellow Perch
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often numbering in
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Bluegill
Labeled a ‘panfish,’ the bluegill is almost as
deep as it is long. Length sometimes reaches 10
to 12 inches, and weights go up to 2 pounds.
Smallmouth Bass
between 1 and 2
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rivitz is only an hour north of Green Bay, 180 miles north of
Milwaukee and 240 miles north of Chicago. You can easily use
interstate highways or country roads, whichever is your pleasure,
or fly in to Marinette County’s only public airport.
The Crivitz Airport is located in the town of Stephenson, just 3 miles west
of Crivitz on County Road W in Marinette County’s recreational area. The
airport features a 2,500 ft. paved runway with pilot controlled lights and a
well maintained turf runway. Free tie downs are available for visiting aircraft.
DeSmidt’s Golf Course
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Woodland Ridge
Golf Course
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ome of the most beautiful courses in
northeast Wisconsin are within minutes
of Crivitz. Lush fairways, top notch greens,
pristine ponds and natural landscaping are just
part of the golfing experience in the
Crivitz area.
Seventy-two holes within five miles of the village of
Crivitz provide the variety and challenges of a
favorite Wisconsin sport. The diverse nature of each
of our courses will make golfing Crivitz an experience
that will keep both the novice and advanced golfer
enjoying our area season after season.
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(left) Twin Bridge Ski Team
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(right) Crivitz Ski Cats
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id you know Wisconsin has more water
ski teams than any other state and two
of the best are in the Crivitz area? You will not have
a problem fitting a show into your vacation. There
are performances three nights a week starting midJune through mid-August. The Twin Bridge Ski Team
performs west of Crivitz on the High Falls Flowage, at
the Stephenson Town Park Thursdays and Saturdays
at 6:30pm. The Crivitz Ski Cats perform east of
Crivitz on Lake Noquebay, Lake Noquebay County
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Both shows have no admission fee, but donations
are welcome. Food and refreshments are available
for purchase on site. Bring your lawn chair or
blanket to watch the show. These shows are
excellent entertainment for the whole family. You
will see some of the best skiers in the state of
Wisconsin, including those who have skied
professionally all over the world. You will see
unbelievable barefoot pyramids, twenty girl ballet
lines, mixed doubles, four tier pyramids and jumping
that will have you asking “how did they do that?”
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ome BEACH right here!
Looking for a little beach action for you and the
kids? How about a little tour of the best beaches in
the near north area.
Start at the big lake, Lake Noquebay Park.
Fine sand and a gradual taper to deeper water make
this one of the most popular swimming spots in the
county. The park also has play ground equipment
for the kids and a boat
landing from which to set sail. Rent the lodge
for gatherings or just for picnic fun.
If fun on the flowage is what you would like to
try, then look up Twin Bridge County Park.
It is just a minute or two from Tommy Thompson
State Park. This park has not only a great beach
area, but, camping, showers, picnic areas, grill sites,
and boat landings up and down the flowage. The
pristine shoreline along the flowage looks
like the far off Canadian wilderness, but it is much
closer to home.
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Moving on to the jewel of Stephenson township, we head
over to Newton Lake. This recently rebuilt beach area has a
sandy beach area that is just off the main path. Little
Newton has long been a local favorite of both full and part
time residents.
A bit less well known is the beach area at boat landing 7Wolf Rock. Locals swim out to the rock and jump into
deeper water. This landing is not just for the boaters, it’s
also great for the floaters!
Last on the list is an area a bit further north. The scenic
drive up Highway I (Parkway) will take you through a large
part of Marinette County’s Forest land to Goodman Park.
Where’s the beach? Not here. Mother nature has provided
her own water park. The slippery rock formations have
been worn smooth by the constant flow of Peshtigo River
water. If you plan it just right, you slide down the rocks and
into the shallow pool below. This is cool whitewater and
very refreshing on a hot summer day.
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most popular bodies
of water in this area are Lake
Noquebay and the Peshtigo
River Flowages. The wandering
shorelines on these two waterways provide boaters with hours
of touring pleasure. Forested islands dot
both bodies of water, each one having a little
something different to look at. Whether you
are cruising, skiing, sailing, or just touring. A
boat ride on any of the “Crivitz” lakes is an
enjoyable way to spend the day.
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Bank North
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banknorthwis.com
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Crivitz Lumber
J&T Electric
Lakes Construction
North Reach Medical
510 US Hwy 141
715.854.7821
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Crivitz, WI
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Crivitz, WI
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Bank & Trust
Crivitz, WI
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JC PowerSports
Kosir’s Rapid Rafts
Popp’s Marine
The Ski Hut
Wildmand Adventure
404 N US Hwy 141
Crivitz, WI
W14073 Cty Rd C
Silver Cliff, WI
W11581 Cty Rd X
Crivitz, WI
216 US Hwy 141
Crivitz, WI
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jcpowersportscrivitz.com
715.757.3431
kosirs.com
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715.854.2360
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skihutmarine.com
888.813.8534
wildmanranch.com
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goods
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real estate /services
723 Main St.
Wausaukee, WI
410 US Hwy 141
Your Realty
Crivitz, WI
North Country
117 N. US Hwy 141
Real Estate
Crivitz, WI
Keller Williams
N7217 Shaffer Rd.
Realty-Crivity Properties Crivitz, WI
Bigwoods Realty
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715.854.7811
your-realty.com
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715.854.7774
northcountryrealestate.com
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715.927.5523
crivitzproperties.com
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businesses /services
Dave Nesbitt
Certified Radio Marketing Consultant-Diamond Level
[email protected]
2504 Roosevelt Road Marinette, WI 54143
(715) 735-0225 (715) 938-5241 (715) 732-0125
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January
19-20 Free Winter Fishing
Weekend
26 Caldron Falls Snowmobile
Radar Run & Fish-0-ree
8am-4pm Heated tent, food,
beverages, raffles. Thornton's
715.757.3311
February
9
High Falls Fish-O-Rama,
Radar Runs & Winterfest
High Falls Flowage, Boat
landing #3. Heated tent,
fishing contest, snowmobiles,
raffles and concessions
715.927.2652
April
21 13th Annual Iron Snowshoe
Snowmobile Club Banquet
Rene’s Dining Room 715.757.3411
5pm cash bar - 7 pm Dinner
Gun Raffles, Prints, Cash
Drawings
25-May 4 Quilters Marathon
Shop Hop
Sew Much More. 709 Dyer
St. in Crivitz. Call 715.854.2621
sewmuchmoreincrivitz.com
May
3-11 Shop the Top Michigan
Shop Hop
Sew Much More. 709 Dyer
St. in Crivitz. Call 715.854.2621
sewmuchmoreincrivitz.com
4
photo courtesy Tom Wolf
9
Candlelight Ski/Hike
The Peshtigo River State
Forest 6:30pm-8:30pm.
Spring Rapids trailhead, 5
mile west of Crivitz on
Cty Rd W to Kirby Lake Ln.
715.757.3965
16 Candlelight Ski & Hike
Governor Thompson State
Park 6-9pm. Weather
permitting. 715.757.3979
16 Human Ice Bowling
Caldron Falls Benefit. Meat
raffles & DJ. Thornton's
715.757.3311
16 Making Herb Infused Balms,
Salves, & Oils
petermanbrookherbfarm.com
715.927.2330
March
29-30 Twin Bridge Area
Indoor Miniature Golf
Tournament
920.360.4574
30 Crivitz Easter Egg Hunt
Crivitz Community Veterans
Park 11:30am Children 9 &
under. If inclement weather it
will be held in High school
715.854.694
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4
Legion Gun Show
Crivitz Village Hall on
Henriette Ave. Crivitz.
8am - 2pm
Spring Craft Show
Crivitz Spring Craft Show at
the Crivitz High School. Doors
open 8:30am-2pm.
photo courtesy Tom Wolf
25 Historical Museum
The Crivitz-Stephenson
Historical Society Museum
open for the season.
25 Legion Trap Shoot
Noon to 6pm at Skips Place.
W9804 County Rd W. Crivitz.
25 Dunbar Sportsman Club 50
Bird Poultry Shoot
More info at 715.324.6395
27 Crivitz Memorial Day Parade
11 am Downtown Crivitz
27 Crivitz American Legion
Memorial Day Services
Middle Inlet Pine Hall
Cemetery 9:15am. Crivitz
Cemetery 10:30 am.
June
June - August
Crivitz Flea Market
Village of Crivitz Flea Market
across from the Village of Crivitz
Hall at 800 Henriette Ave.,
Crivitz. Every Thursday.
Additional Flea Market July 4th.
June - August
Music & Movies in the Park
Veteran’s Memorial Park &
Shaffer Pavilion
20 Shooting & Sports Banquet
for the Crivitz Lions
Fundraiser for The Crivitz
Lions. At The Woods Dinning
and Spirits.
27-29 Bluegrass Festival
6 bands food & beverages.
Camping Thornton's
715.757.3311
July
4
Mid June - Mid August
Crivitz Ski Cats Water Ski Show
Wednesday & Saturday 6:30 pm
www.CrivitzSkiCats.org
4th of July Celebration
& Parade
Parade at 11am with fireworks
at dusk. Village of Crivitz. Info
at www.villageofcrivitz.com for
Mid June - Mid August
Twin Bridge Water Ski Show
Thursday & Saturday 6:30 pm
TwinBridgeWaterSkiTeam.com
photo courtesy Bonnie Popp
1-2 Free Fishing Weekend
2
Governor Thompson
State Park Open House
Free Admission 715.757.3979
4
Wolverine 5K Walk/Run
Crivitz High School
www.crivitz.k12.us
6
Twin Bridge Rescue Squad
Sponsoring Motorcycle Run
& Raffle
Information 715.927.1641
7-29 Wisconsin State Wide
Shop Hop
Sew Much More. 709 Dyer
St. in Crivitz. Call 715.854.2621
sewmuchmoreincrivitz.com
8-16 31st Porterfield
County Music Festival
Green’s Green Acres, 6 miles
west of Marinette just off
Hwy 64. Nashville recording
stars. Gates open at 9am on
June 8th with camping on
grounds. Information call
866.456.4333
www.countrymusicfestival.com
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Crivitz American Legion
Parade & Picnic
Line up for parade at 9am.
Parade starts at 11am. Picnic
at the Veterans Park at John
Shaffer Pavillion. Legion Beer
& Soda Booth. VFW Brat
and Hamburgers.
4
Crivitz American Legion
Raffle
Sweepstakes Raffle at the
John Shaffer Pavillion 3pm
6
Wausaukee Annual Freedom
Celebration
www.wausaukee.com
6
Dunbar Sportsman’s Club 50
Bird Poultry Shoot
At the Dunbar
Sportsmen’s Club
6
Waterski Show & Fireworks
TwinBridgeWaterSkiTeam.com
715.927.3299
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4th of July Waterski Show
Crivitz Ski Cats. The Crivitz
Ski Cats perform east of
Crivitz at Lake Noquebay
County Park. Food and
fireworks.
13 Menominee River Float
715.856.5092
photo courtesy Porterfield
Country Music Festival
For more information on things to do and see,
www.crivitz.com or www.crivitzrecreation.com
19-21 11th Cruisin’ Oldies
Concert Car & Tractor
Show
Come enjoy a blast from the
past, concerts all weekend
long, motorcycle show, car
show and tractor show at
Green’s Green Acres, 6 miles
west of Marinette just off
Hwy 64.
porterfieldscruisinoldies.com
3
10th Car, Truck, Bike &
Tractor Show
Curve Inn Resort. Register
from 8am-noon Show until 5:30pm
3
Legion Gun Show
Crivitz Village Hall on
Henriette Ave. Crivitz.
8 am - 2pm
20 Hog Wrestling
28th Annual Hog Wrestling at
Caldron Falls Bar. 715.757.3467
caldronfallsbarandgrill.com
10-11 Customer Appreciation
Crivitz Customer
Appreciation Days.
20 Faerie Fest
11am-3pm workshops, music,
food & fun. 715.927.2330
petermanbrookherbfarm.com
17 Corn Roast Waterski Show
Crivitz Ski Cats. The Crivitz
Ski Cats perform east of
Crivitz at Lake Noquebay
County Park.
27 Dunbar Sportsman’s Club 50
Bird Poultry Shoot
At the Dunbar Sportsmen’s
Club in Dunbar. 715.324.6395
31 Legion Trap Shoot
Noon to 6pm at Skips Place.
W9804 County Rd W. Crivitz.
27 Menominee River Float
715.856.5092
31 Dunbar Sportsman’s Club 50
Bird Poultry Shoot
At the Dunbar Sportsmen’s
Club in Dunbar. 715.324.6395
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August
DUN-GOOD RIDERS
Shrine Ride
Leave North Country Inn,
Hwy 8 in Dunbar, at 10am
Menominee River Float
715.856.5092
Emergencies 911
All other numbers no Non-Emergency
Crivitz Village Hall
www.villageofcrivitz.com
715.854.2030
September
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November
October
Pumpkin Fest for
Homeless Pets
11am-3pm Carving pumpkins,
contest for kids & much more.
petermanbrookherbfarm.com
715.927.2330
5th Annual Fall Festival
Wausaukee Main Street.
Vendors, crafts, live music
and food.
28 Thanksgiving Dinner
Free Thanksgiving dinner at
Town of Stephenson Town
Hall. Sponsored by Twin
Bridge Rescue Squad.
715.927.2793
30 Christmas in Village
Christmas in the Village.
Crivitz Village Hall 10am-2pm.
30 Crivitz American Legion
Raffle
Sweepstakes Raffle at Fuzzy’s
Bar 7pm
5th Annual Quilts on the
Farm Sale
Beautiful hand-made quilts,
candles, table toppers,
purses, totes, wall hangings
and more at Quilts on the
Farm. W6793 Beech Road
Porterfield 715.927.222
December
14 Winter Snowmobile/ATV
Trail Open
Weather Permitting. For Trail
info, call 800.236.6681
photo courtesy Bunny Peplinski
Crivitz Medical CenterNorthreach Health Care
www.northreach.org
715.854.7477
Crivitz Rescue Squad
www.crivitzrescue.com
715.854.7666
Twin Bridge Rescue Squad
www.twinbridgerescue.com
715.927.1641
Crivitz Area School District
715.854.2721
www.crivitz.k12.wi.us
Crivitz Fire Department
www.crivitzfd.com
NON-EMERGENT NUMBER
715.854.7201
[email protected]
Crivitz Area Museum
715.854.3278
104 Oak Street
Town of Stephenson
Fire Department
715.927.2793
28 Harvest Festival
Crivitz Fall Harvest Festival
Craft Show at Crivitz High
School 8:30am-2pm.
100th Birthday Celebration
of Crivitz High School
More info at crivitz.com
Fire Permits Issued:
T& B One Stop
715.854.3223
Corner Convenience
715.757.2373
Country Convenience
715.757.3629
Red Pine Amoco
715.757.2180
Town of Stephenson
www.stephensonwisc.com
715.757.2421
12-13 26th Annual Musky
Tournament
25th Annual High Falls and
Caldron Falls Musky
Tournament. Caldron Falls
Fisher Camp Landing #10;
High Falls-Popp’s Resort
Landing #4. 715.757.3511
28 Legion Gun Show
Crivitz Village Hall on
Henriette Ave. Crivitz.
8am - 2pm
MAR-OCO Landfill
N7785 Shaffer Road
715.854.7530
M-F 8am to 4pm
1st & 3rd Saturdays 8am to noon
from April through October
Recycling Centers:
Village of Crivitz (Town of
Stephenson Garage)
Open on Wednesday &
Saturdays 9am-4pm
Located on August Street
off Hall Ave
Town of Stephenson
(Twin Bridge Site)
Open on Tuesday, Saturday &
Sunday 9am -4pm
W11280 Cty Road X
Churches:
Athelstane Presbyterian Church
715.854.5711
N12826 Davis Rd, Athelstane
Grace Ev Lutheran Church WELS
715.854.2216
716 Henriette Ave
Corner Assembly of God Church
715.854.5363
N12102 County Roads A & C,
Athelstane
St. Mary’s Catholic Rectory
715.854.2501
Henriette, Crivitz
Trinity Assembly of God Church
715.7854.7260
219 South Ave, Crivitz
Faith Presbyterian Church
715.854.2222
806 Fritzie Ave, Crivitz
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T
he Crivitz area features over 400 miles
of local trails for the ATV enthusiasts.
Start here and ride trails to any part of the
county and beyond. Take a snaky trail or one of
the wide forest ATV roads. This area is truly an
ATV playground for all levels of riders. New
trails and access roads offer access
to lodging, dining, stores, and campgrounds.
We even have ATV campgrounds that cater
to your every riding need. If you haven’t
been on our trails lately, you haven’t been
on our trails.
photos courtesy
David Heritsch
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photo courtesy David Heritsch
C
rivitz has long been known as the
“Gateway to the North.” With that
“gateway” comes a mix of agriculture and
woodland property that adds up to a
sportsman’s paradise that is not often found
so conveniently close to the southern portion
of Wisconsin. Thousands of acres of county
forest, state forest, and national forest, provide
the avid hunter with nearly unlimited space to
pursue their quarry. Every year the whitetail
deer harvest in Crivitz and surrounding
Marinette County ranks at or near the top for
whitetail deer hunting in Wisconsin.
Looking for something a little more
adventurous? Black bear populations have
recently increased to numbers that give better
chances for success than
was ever dreamed of.
Ruffed grouse is the
upland game bird of
choice and we have easy
access to some of the
best grouse habitat
anywhere in the north
woods.
Sportsman love our
“Gateway to the
North”.
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ach fall, where the dairy land turns
to forest, the colors turn into a visual
playground that attracts fall visitors looking to
see nature’s handy work. No two autumn scenes
are alike. Each year brings a change in favorite
tour areas.
You can do a little shopping and have a cup of
coffee, or a milkshake while you take your own
fall colors tour.
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urtesy B
J Lanich
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iles of snowmobile and cross
country ski trails are here in all
types of terrain. You can travel hills in the
woods, across blowing fields, or navigate through
our Peshtigo River Valley. Don’t miss the trails
from Lake Noquebay to The Menominee River.
We have incredible trails on county land, state
forests, and through the private woods owned
by generous landowners.
If you are new to the sport, rent yourself all the
gear or machines you need, or bring your own
and test your ability. Our trails connect with
others, not that you would ever want to leave,
but it helps for when you are looking to find
your way back. THINK SNOW!!!
TRAILS!
TRAILS!
TRAILS!
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