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.
Strap yourself in and take the wheel of one of our state of art 2 or 4 person Side x Side Atv’s for an exhilarating trip of a lifetime. Tours will take you weaving in and around the trails of the Black River Falls State Forest. Great for groups, birthdays, bachelor/ bachelorette parties, corporate events or just plain old fashioned family fun.
Address: 627 Sandy Beach Ct, Warrens WI
Distance from resort: 1min, .2 miles
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.
Address: Black River State Forest, Millston, WI 54615
Access Points : Pigeon Creek, Castle Mound, Perry Creek , East Fork , Wildcat trailhead, Smrekar trailhead
Distance from Resort : 24 min, 19.3 miles
8,600-acre Kickapoo Valley Reserve. The Reserve offers a variety of recreation: fishing and hunting; horseback riding and hiking trails; cross-country skiing and snowshoeing; kayak and canoeing.
Address: Kickapoo Valley Reserve Visitor Center, S3661 WI-131, La Farge, WI 54639
Distance from Resort: 54 min, 46.5 miles
Over 1,000 acres of Monroe County forest land and a 50-acre lake providing peaceful fishing (trolling motor only), boat launch & fishing pier, padding, ice fishing, hiking, and snowmobiling.
Address: Atlantic Rd, Warrens, and WI 54666
Distance from resort: 9 min, 2.9 miles
Travellers are intrigued by the unusual , tall blaffs rising abruptly from the flat plain. Mill Bluff’s sandstone buttes were islands in Glacial Lake Wisconsin during the Ice Age 12,000 years ago. Mill Bluff State Park offers hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, hunting, and trapping.
Address: 15819 Funnel Rd, Camp Douglas, WI 54618
Distance from resort: 25 min, 21.2 miles
Rising some 350 feet above the river are the Ocooch Mountains, named for a small band of Indians called the Ocoche who once made these hills home. The “mountains” are really a region of forested hills, lush valleys and sandstone cliffs that stretch beyond the Kickapoo River watershed roughly from Spring Green to Viroqua. You won’t find the Ocooch Mountains on a Wisconsin map, but that’s immaterial. What you will find is that nearly every deep valley has a pristine trout stream running through it.
Snowmobile Trails of Monroe County (STMC) are located in west central Wisconsin, where the I divides (I90 and I94). 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.
Where to park
The Berry Vine, Warrens, WI
Distance from resort: 3 min, .5 mile
Warrens Ball Park
Distance from resort 3 min, .9 mile
Considered the first rail-to-trail in the United States, the Elroy-Sparta State Trail remains one of the most popular trails in the country. With three rock tunnels and five small towns along its 32.5-mile route, the trail is a favorite Wisconsin bicycling destination Access: (3 points) Sparta: The depot is at 111 Milwaukee Street, Sparta. Exit I-90 on State Highway 16/71 and go west about two miles to Water Street, then south about 0.6 miles to Milwaukee Street. The Sparta Depot serves as trail headquarters. A bridge over Interstate Highway 90 in Sparta connects the La Crosse River Trail to the Elroy-Sparta State Trail. Elroy: Exit I-90/94 on State Highway 82 and go west for about 12 miles. There is parking at the Elroy trailhead where the Elroy-Sparta State Trail and the 400 State Trail connect. Norwalk, Wilton and Kendall: State highway 71 runs between Elroy and Sparta through all three towns. The restored railroad depot in Kendall serves as trail headquarters and has a railroad history museum with pictures and artifacts on display.
Distance from Resort: (ABOUT) 34 min, 31.9 miles
The lake is 146 acres in size and is the clearest and deepest inland lake in Wisconsin. Wazee Lake has become the most popular scuba diving site in the Midwest, attracting more than 1000 divers annually. It is also host to a two-tier fishery including two species of trout, smallmouth bass, bluegills and walleye. The lake is non-motorized to ensure protection of the pristine water quality. The area offers 9 miles of hiking trail, 3 miles of surfaced bicycle trail, non-motor boat launch, and several scenic vistas of the surrounding forestland.
Address: N6302 Brockway Rd, Black River Falls, WI 54615
Distance from resort: 35 min, 26.9 miles
3,600-acre Wildcat Mountain State Park, which offers 25 miles of hiking, horseback riding, and cross-country ski trails
Address: Wildcat Mountain State Park, E13660 State Hwy 33, Ontario, WI 54651
Distance from resort: 49 min, 39.2 miles