Diamond Lake Family Campground

W5449 Loomis Rd
Porterfield, WI 54159

(715) 789-2113


Diamond Lake Campground is near these intriguing highlights of the Porterfield, Wisconsin area!

Hunter's Glen Golf Course - Hunter's Glen Golf Club, located just off Highway 141, one mile east of Crivitz, offers the public a championship level course. This championship course was designed by Rick Jacobsen and boasts an exquisite design with contoured tree-lined fairways, vast natural areas, and rolling greens. Hunter's Glen Golf Club promises to be one of the most challenging courses you'll encounter during your visit to Northeast Wisconsin. Also available are on course beverage service, golf lessons, and an outside patio.
Porterfield Country Music Festival - Held annually in June at Green's Green Acres just a few miles west of Marinette in Porterfield, the Porterfield Country Music Festival is a celebration of country music. Pat performers have included Trace Adkins, Kenny Chesney, Crystal Gayle, Toby Keith, and Tammy Wynette, among many others. Enjoy live performances, a wide variety of foods & treats, and several merchants selling arts & crafts and other merchandise.
Piers Gorge - The fast-flowing waters of the Menominee River leading to Piers Gorge provides a beautiful setting for wildlife watching and water recreation with boat access points along the river catering to wildlife watchers with canoes. There are nine hydroelectric power dams and reservoirs on the river (each has a portage for small boats. The scenic Piers Gorge area of the river contains some of the fastest-moving water in Wisconsin. It is not navigable, but still offers beautiful scenery. There are spectacular bald eagle viewing opportunities. In addition to the eagles, osprey, common loons, and waterfowl are common sightings.
Peshtigo Fire Museum - On the evening of October 8, 1871 the worst recorded forest fire in North American history raged through Northeastern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, destroying millions of dollars worth of property and timberland, and taking between 1,200 and 2,400 lives. Due to the near total devastation of the village in the fall of 1871, the museum has only a few artifacts salvaged from the fire -- notable among them the tabernacle that Father Pernin rescued from his church. The remainder of the collection is devoted to the whole of the area's history and consists of many interesting items.

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