Klondike Days is just a week away here in Eagle River. This is the 21st year for the event which celebrates Wisconsin’s history of logging and fur trading. The living encampments give a glimpse into the past as you see how the people who settled the state lived there lives. You can see how the fur traders, pioneers, and Native Americans survived in the Wisconsin wilderness. You can also see some of the logging history through events like the lumberjack competition and horse log pull, just to name a few. This is a great way for the whole family to spend a day and learn a little about our history. The event also offers a unique opportunity for you to engage your kids in learning about history. There are also plenty of other activities including an arts and craft show and a blue grass festival. Your children will also enjoy the pony and horse rides, dog sled rides, and coloring contest. Take a sleigh ride through the woods or a quick hay ride around the event to cap a fun filled day.