- For many families Labor Day weekend means getting in one last summer trip before school starts. Fortunately the weather decided to behave like summer just in time for that last long weekend.The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest has 51 campgrounds on its 1.5 million acres of land in the state. Fifteen of those campgrounds are in the Eagle River-Florence District. Foresters say the campgrounds offer a little of everything."We have non-motorized and motorized trails, so there's also ATV access. We have several designated beach areas, so a lot of swimming opportunities. There's a lot of boat access, so people who want a last chance to get out on the water there's sites that you can camp, wake up, go swimming, get on your boat. And there's also opportunities for more solitude. We have five wilderness areas," says Megan Healy, from the U.S. Forest Service.You'll need to get a pass or make reservations for some of the campgrounds. You can find a link to the U.S. Forest Service below.
Written By: Lyndsey Stemm