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WELCOME TO MERCER
"Home of the Turtle Flambeau Flowage"
known for the natural beauty of its surroundings.
Offering quiet, tension-free lifestyles for all ages. It has an
system, a new library and renovated community
building, legal and medical facilities and a strong retail base.
The current population is 1,925.
in the heart of a vast, open country. No other area in Wisconsin
provides more authentic wilderness, or greater abundance of virgin
vacation land, than the lake area of Mercer.
Wisconsin has been invaded by traffic and tourists, but this area
remains unspoiled. It offers you a clean, fresh world, renewed with
every change of season, here at the top of the state. Each year brings
more Mercer history, we hope you will enjoy sharing a little of our
town’s past and present. We can provide all the conveniences so
necessary to a successful family vacation.
Mercer, the “Loon Capital” in the Heart of the Northwoods!
Over 200 lakes in a 20
mile radius. Over 125,000 acres of
clean waters teeming with game fish. Nearly 300 miles of
Includes world famous
Turtle-Flambeau Flowage, home of bass, trout, walleye, northern,
crappies, perch, scrappy bluegills and explosive musky
377,900 acres of
Sand Beaches, cool
forests, sun-filled days and brisk nights
hiking, cycling, water skiing, nature study, hunting, ice fishing,
archery, golfing, and loon watching
You’ll find it all in
Mercer and all set in the natural beauty and serenity of the True
Mercer, c. 1981. How
much does a 16 foot loon weigh? The Mercer Loon, which made its
debut on May 22, 1981, weighs approximately 2000 pounds. It was
erected at the location of the new Mercer of Commerce
building to emphasize Mercer’s claim as the “Loon Capital”.
New Library and
Renovated Community Center ,Carrow Tourist Park on
County J - Offers Swimming, Boating, Picnicking & Tennis,
Walleye Run Early in
May at Lake of the Falls County Park, Canoe/Kayak Trails
with State Mapped Routes including Turtle River Chain
456 miles of Groomed
Snowmobile Trails, Loon Day Art and Craft
Fair the First Wednesday of August,
County Fair Last
Weekend in August -
Near Major Downhill
MECCA Trail System -
Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing, Hiking, Biking,
miles of ATV Trails, 15 Waterfalls, 9-hole Golf Course,
Miniature Golf Course,
Northwoods Public Shooting Range, World’s Largest Loon,
Railroad Depot Museum, Caboose and Historical Society,
Over 377,900 Acres of Forest Land for Hunting &
home of great fishing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, lodging in
hotels, motels, cabins and resorts. Also home of the Turtle
Flambeau Flowage and it's fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking and
wilderness camping opportunities.
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