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Lake Ottawa Recreation Area

Hiking Lake Ottawa Recreation AreaSkiing Lake Ottawa Recreation Area

Trail Distance:

10+ miles containing four loops.

Trail Description:

The Lake Ottawa Waginogan is located near the boat launch at the Lake Ottawa Recreation Area on the Iron River District. The Wigwam is an exact replica of a traditional Ojibwe birch bark dwelling historically found within the upper Great Lakes Region. The wigwam is made of all natural forest products, including maple saplings, spruce roots, basswood and birch bark.

Paved roads and short accessible trail through the picnic area to the fishing pier in the day use area and through the campground. The Lake Ottawa Waginogan (wigwam) is located near the boat launch at the Lake Ottawa Recreation Area. This Wigwam is an exact replica of a traditional Ojibwa birch bark dwelling historically found within the Upper Great Lakes Region. The wigwam is made of all natural forest products, including maple saplings, spruce roots, basswood and birch bark.

This area can be reached west from Iron River on US2 to Hwy 73 south approximately ¾ mile to Lake Ottawa Road, then approximately 4 miles to Lake Ottawa Recreation Area.

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