Klondike Days to be Held in Eagle River this Weekend

By: WSAW Staff Email
By: WSAW Staff Email

Thousands of people will make their way to the Eagle River this weekend for the 24th Annual Klondike Days. The event features dozens family activities including turn of the century entertainment like horse pulls, ice sculpture, chainsaw carving, Native American exhibits and dancing.

Click here for an itinerary of events.

The event is held at Northland Pines High School, Rocking W Stables, and Kartway grounds. The Wisconsin Department of Tourism has name it Wisconsin’s # 1 winter family fun festival.

Click here for ticket pricing and purchase info.

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