Welcome to Lac du Flambeau!
Following the government order of the Lac du Flambeau Tribe, the Lac du Flambeau Chamber of Commerce is confirming the cancellation of the July 4th parade. We look forward to when conditions are deemed appropriate to have community events and wish you a safe summer.
Join us during our community events where the whole family can learn, relax and enjoy the amazing beauty that Mother Earth gave Lac du Flambeau. Experience those gifts on one of our 260 lakes, paddle our 71 miles of rivers and streams or catch glimpses of wildlife and the many birding opportunities on the Powell Marsh; 12,000 acres of wetlands designated by the state as one of the top birding destinations in Wisconsin. Catch a record size fish in the premiere fishing area and have a guaranteed dinner! Immerse yourself in the Ojibwe culture at the George W. Brown Jr. Museum and Cultural Center or Mikwendaagoziwag (Boys Dormitory) through classes, tours and displays. The rich history of the land and our people is what makes Lac du Flambeau!
We would like to invite you to experience the Lac du Flambeau heritage by sampling our succulent organic strawberries from the Golden Eagle Farm, find comfort in the traditionally harvested wild rice (Watch Wild Ricing Video), and you can’t forget the mouthwatering Fry Bread. Walk the paths that our Ojibwe ancestors did, see how they built their homes, tools and the games they played. Shop at Adaawe Place, our new shopping district, and see the crafts and art that has been taught to generations. Take a break on the ample park benches throughout downtown where you can sit back and “Refresh Your Spirit”.
*Updates from the LDF Tribe regarding COVID-19 are available at www.ldftribe.com. Please visit the business' websites for current hours/availability with the rapidly changing business environment due to COVID-19.