Activities & Sightseeing

Activities & Sightseeing

The area surrounding Lazy Bear Campground is nature’s playground. For the fast-paced adventurer to the laid-back lazy bear, there’s something for everyone within a short drive from the campground. There's a pickleball court right at Lazy Bear so you can perfect your play!

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ATV Trails

Access more than 50 miles of summer ATV trails and 80 miles of frozen ground trails for action-packed adventures throughout Burnett County.

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Kayaking/Canoeing

For more relaxing recreation, two national scenic rivers (the St. Croix River and Namekagon River)  flow through Burnett County and offer plenty of memories while kayaking, canoeing or tubing. You don’t even need to bring your own equipment. There are many river outfitters along the way to help you get started.

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Fishing/Boating

In an area with over 500 lakes, there’s no shortage of finding that special fishing spot for long, summer days or star-filled winter nights. Burnett County has an abundance of bass, musky, northern pike, bluegill, walleye and other panfish - the open water is calling your name!

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Golfing

Don’t leave your golf clubs at home! Tee off at nearby Voyager Village - an 18-hole championship golf course that is accessible for golfers at all levels. With a bar and grill steps away, a cold beer and a good meal is all you need to complete your day on the course.

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Pickleball

It's one of the fastest-growing sports in the country. Pickleball is a combination of tennis, ping pong and badminton. It's simple and fun for all ages! There's a pickleball court right at Lazy Bear so you can perfect your play!

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Explore the Area

Burnett and Washburn counties have so much to explore. Be sure to venture out of Lazy Bear to see what this beautiful area offers!

Contact Us

We look forward to hearing from with you with any questions you have about Lazy Bear Campground! Feel free to drop us a line here or give us a call. We are passionate about camping and the community we live in and would love to talk more about it!