DescriptionOn Lake Mohawksin near the confluence of three rivers—the Tomahawk, Somo and Wisconsin—the city of Tomahawk developed as a lumber town after the first mill was built in 1888. Today its location makes it a popular all-year North Woods retreat. Game fish, deer and small game are abundant, and eleven local parks provide opportunities for picnicking and other outdoor activities. The Route of the Hiawatha, a 6.6-mile bicycle, hiking and snowmobile trail, begins in Tomahawk and extends northward to Lake Nokomis.
Water ski shows are held 3 nights a week Memorial Day through Labor Day at Kwahamot Bay. Winter sports activities include snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, ice-skating and ice fishing.
Visitor InfoTomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce 208 N. 4th St. TOMAHAWK, WI 54487. Phone:(715)453-5334 or (800)569-2160