Florence Wild Rivers Interpretive Center
Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center
VISITOR CENTERS ON THE CHEQUAMEGON-NICOLET
The Forest is home to two unique visitor centers providing the public with information about the past, present and future restoration of our natural resources.
The Florence Wild Rivers Interpretive Center has several impressive displays, and presents programs and events throughout the year that focus on environmental education. The center also houses a very unique exhibit of an extremely rare albino white-tailed buck.
The Center is located at the corner of State Highways 141 and 101/70 in Florence, Wisconsin.
Partners at the Center include the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, The Wisconsin Historical Society, and the Friends of the Center and UW Extension in cooperation with the Northern Wisconsin History Center.
The Center is located 2.5 miles west of Ashland, Wisconsin on U.S. Highway 2.