Upper Wisconsin, Pelican, and Tomahawk Rivers

The stretch includes 25 public islands on the Wisconsin River from Rhinelander to Lake DuBay, four islands on the Tomahawk River, and four islands on the Pelican River.  Most of these islands are too small to support campsites, with the notable exception of one island in Alexander Lake, just upstream of Council Grounds State Park, which is a popular campsite for people using this flowage.

Below are links to BLM-managed public islands on these rivers.  These are in JPG format, 8.5 x 11 inches and show topographic features with islands indicated by stars.  To download, click on the icon or the name of the map.

Pelican_River1809 Kb02/22/2013
Tomahawk_River2008 Kb02/22/2013
Wisc02_Rhinelander1787 Kb02/22/2013
Wisc03_Hat_and_Whirlpool_Rapids1760 Kb02/22/2013
Wisc04_HatRapids_CntyA1687 Kb02/22/2013
Wisc05_TomahawkDam_BauersCk1587 Kb02/22/2013
Wisc06_GrandfatherFlowage1515 Kb02/22/2013
Wisc07_below_GrandfatherFalls1614 Kb02/22/2013
Wisc08_LakeAlexander1554 Kb02/22/2013
Wisc09_Merrill_Hwy511537 Kb02/22/2013
Wisc10_MerrillPark_GraniteHts1610 Kb02/22/2013
Below_Lake_DuBay1419 Kb02/22/2013