​​Membership Information
    A membership (single or family) begins in January of each year. Memberships are $20 (single) and $35 (family). Waivers are signed each new year of renewal. Guests are welcome one time for free, but will sign a waiver.

Member benefits include

  • Year around  outings

  • New friends

  • New places

  • Fantastic speaker events

  • NPT website and message board

  • Support of our community's environmental initiatives

  • e-Access to members and events​​

Trail and Map Information

Contact for More Information

  • Diane DeGrand 715-282-6354
  • Mary Lewandowski 715-282-5995

Saturday, July 7, Deerskin River Paddle 
  Twelve NPT members paddled the Deerskin River east of Eagle River on Sat. July 7th.  One could have not asked for a more perfect summer day.  The Deerskin meanders through marsh grasses, pine and hemlock forests.  Great weather, great river and great people.  A successful NPT activity! 

Thursday, May 24, Wildflower Hike

   Few wildflowers were found but we had a fun time hiking together on this warm day.

Friday,  May 11, Giant Pine Trail Hike
   Participants met at the Three Lakes Winery and then headed to the Giant Pine Trail for a two-mile hike.  The trail featured pine trees hundreds of years old.  

Afterwards they walked the boardwalk to Shelp Lake off Scott Lake road. The event finished with a drive to see one of the largest glacial erratic exposed in Wisconsin.

Saturday, May 5, 2018

    Bearskin Creek paddle was well attended and reported by all to be a fine day!

Recent Event Highlights

Welcome to Northern Paddle and Trail
    You are invited to paddle quiet lakes and northern rivers, hike trails of the Northwoods, bike beautiful routes like the famous

Bearskin Rails to Trails Bike Trail, join snowshoe or X-Country ski outings, and relax with friends and an eveningbonfire to finish a wonderful day.

    Our goal is to enjoy the beauty and thrill of silent sports in the company of like-minded souls and strive to be good environmental stewards. NPT is based in Rhinelander, WI.