This is the beloved town of Butternut, Wisconsin. Folks have that small town charm surrounded by the great outdoors. Near the North Fork of the Flambeau River, and the Turtle Flambeau Flowage, along with several other lakes and streams for boating , fishing and scenic nature. All this would not be possible without the people who built Butternut from the beginning. These town folk long since past should always be remembered. This is Butternut’s history.

Park Falls, Wisconsin is surrounded by nearly a million acres of public lands including the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, the Flambeau River State Forest, and the Price County Forest. These areas provide numerous opportunities to hike, camp and fish. During the winter months there is plenty of snowmobile and cross-country ski out in the clean, fresh, beautiful Northwoods. Pioneers came from miles around to settle in Park Falls. Their stories need to be told and kept
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Butternut, Wisconsin
Park Falls, Wisconsin