Choose your north-woods adventure in Crivitz and the Marinette County area — rock climbing, zip lining, ropes course, paint ball, white water rafting and more!
There are such a wide variety of activities in the Crivitz area, you will never be bored. Several attractions that are unique to this area are Whitewater Rafting and our Waterfall Tour.
The Crivitz area offers an abundance of wildlife, with the many lakes and forests, and sightings of deer, bear and eagles are common. The scenery is quite spectacular during the fall colors as well.
Marinette County has a unique geological structure that has created many magnificent waterfalls. There are dozens of larger falls and hundreds of smaller ones throughout the area.
For almost 70 years, the Crivitz Recreation Association has brought businesses and individuals together to promote and enjoy all of the wonderful things we do in the Crivitz, Wisconsin area. Explore our website and get a preview of all that the "Near North" area has to offer. We have our members listed in several directories, broken down by types of offerings as well as geographically by the area that they are located in. You will see that there is something for everyone and we hope that you visit our area soon to experience it for yourself.
Summer is a great time to explore the local forests for new flora and fauna. Area waterways offer a variety of recreational opportunities including swimming, boating, fishing and two local waterski teams.
During fall in Crivitz, the roadways are awash with fall colors and offer a spectacular view as you take a drive through the northwoods. The flowages also offer a colorful view this time of year.
The cold and snow of winter turn our thoughts to ice fishing and snowmobiling as well as cross country skiing and other cold weather activities. There are ice fishing derbies, snowmobile radar runs, and a variety of winter festivals.
Spring run-off makes for great waterfall viewing and creates great whitewater rafting opportunities on the Peshtigo River. As the forest greens up, the first wildflowers bloom and local wildlife become more active.