About Sailor Lake Pavilion
Sailor Lake Pavilion is part of rustic Sailor Lake Campground, both adjacent to scenic Sailor Lake. Its secluded setting makes it a popular location for family and group events. The pavilion is adjacent to the campground and the scenic lake, which is popular for fishing. Nearby off-road vehicle trails are also quite the draw. Natural Features: The pavilion is situated on the northwestern shore of Sailor Lake at an elevation of about 1,460 feet. The area is shaded by a mixed hardwood forest. Recreation: Sailor Lake Pavilion provides access to the 60-mile Flambeau Trail System. The trail is highlighted by rolling terrain, tree-lined corridors, wooden bridges and vistas overlooking various bogs and lakes. It is a popular snowmobiling location during winter months. The picnic area is adjacent to 170-acre Sailor Lake, which is popular for boating and fishing. Anglers will find healthy populations of pan fish and northern pike. A boat ramp is located a mile south of the adjacent campground. Facilities: The pavilion is a day-use picnic area that can accommodate groups of up to 30 people. No overnight camping is available at the site. The pavilion is equipped with multiple tables, grills and a campfire circle. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided. Nearby Attractions: Sailor Lake is located approximately 11 miles southeast of Fifield. The city boasts a variety of tourist attractions, including historic sites, a reconstructed logging dam and a couple of war memorials.
USDA Forest Service
Sailor Lake Pavilion is located in Chequamegon-Nicolet NF in Wisconsin
From the intersection of Highways 13 and 70 in Fifield, drive about 8 miles east on Highway 70 to Forest Road 139. Turn right (south) and continue on Forest Road 139 about 3 miles to the Sailor Lake Boat Landing and Picnic Area, just past the campground road.
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