There is a gas station, restaurants and multiple shops and businesses located in downtown Sayner. Sayner also has a community building and parks which host some events.
Places to Go
While no longer in business, these ladies lived their entire life in Star Lake. While you can not go inside, it brings back memories for many people who grew up coming to the area.
Located right off Highway K, right by where Highway N intersects, there is a place to park and hike into this fantastic forest which also included Salsich Lake. http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/lands/naturalareas/index.asp?sna=500
Since our Centennial celebration in 1994, the Star Laker's have developed the Old Mill Site town park. Located off Statehouse Road (turn right past the Star Lake Store), on Star Lake, the park offers a pavilion, picnic tables, children's playground equipment, swimming and modern pit toilets. In 2006 the Star Laker's Club purchased a 36" wide, wheelchair-accessible fishing pier for the park, so no one will miss out on the fun of fishing our beautiful area. So load up your car and spend a great family day at the town park. Park Rules: No Camping or Hunting Please Keep Park Clean Please Take All Refuse With You Park Closes at 9 PM
The Old Milltown Depot includes a retail storefront during the summer, the railroad sign and the replica train depot. Thus far, plans have been made to create two museums on the Old Milltown Depot land- one with the Fredrickson company house and the other with a replica of the Star Lake depot. The Fredrickson house will serve as a museum illustrating Star Lakes history and will be full of artifacts dating from 1895. The depot will serve as a museum dedicated to Star Lake’s railroad days.
There are often activities taking place at the local library.
There are some historic graves from the logging days. Tourists frequently stop by to take a look.
This is one of the finest nature trails in the county. It was the first tree plantation in Wisconsin. Map of Star Lake Interpretive Nature Trail
General store. Gasoline. Bait. Hunting and Fishing Licenses.
This state forest boat landing on Plum Lake is a great place to launch your boat or to go see some water skiing. The Plum Ski-ters put on a free water-ski show here in the summer. Check out http://www.plumskiter.org/ for more information.
Open during the summer, this museum features all sorts of interesting items from our past. Antique boat motors, logging tools, photographs. Definitely worth your time.