Awe-inspiring scenic beauty, historic charm and family-friendly activities for outdoor adventure and sun-kissed fun. Warrens, Wisconsin is a stunning destination in the heart of the Cranberry Capital for leisure and business travelers alike. Whether you’re in the mood for a local cranberry wine tasting or hiking at one of the natural parks , discover it all just minutes from the Three Bears Resort.
Established in 1957, the Black River State Forest encompasses approximately 68,000 acres of public land in Jackson County. The property also contains about 12 miles of the large and fast moving Black River as well as three miles of the Black River’s east fork. The area is also known for its unique geological formations and recreational opportunities for all four seasons including paddling, hiking, biking, hunting, skiing, and ATV riding.
Do you know what Wisconsin’s No. 1 fruit crop is? The cranberry, of course. The Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center is your ultimate guide to cranberries and a must-see destination in the Midwest. The Museum features information all about the cranberry industry and history of Wisconsin cranberries. Their one-of-a-kind center is located at the historic Union Cranberry Warehouse in Downtown Warrens.
Trails of Monroe County are located in west central Wisconsin, where the I divides (I-90 and I-94). Monroe County trails are known for some of the best and well maintained trails in the state with easy access from just about anywhere in the county.
Over 1,000 acres of Monroe County forest land and a 50-acre lake providing peaceful fishing (trolling motor only), boat launch and fishing pier, padding, ice fishing, hiking, and snowmobiling.