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Lake Hallie

Anglers and canoeists can enjoy a leisurely float down the Chippewa River from Chippewa Falls to the boat ramp across from Lake Hallie. An 18-hole golf course lies on the shore of Lake Hallie and the banks of the Chippewa River. Hallie Youth Days provides opportunities for young softball and baseball players to display their talents. In the near future, a bike trail will provide a connection to the Old Abe and Chippewa River Bike Trails.

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The village of Lake Hallie, County Highway OO and State Highway 53, began in Wisconsin’s logging era. In the 1870s, the community of Badger Mills formed adjacent to the Chippewa River and Lake Hallie. Lake Hallie, an oxbow of the Chippewa River, was named after the daughter of the lumber mill president. The lake was used as a holding pond for logs. When the logging boom ended, the lake became a recreational center. Today Lake Hallie provides excellent fishing throughout the year. Anglers and canoeists can enjoy a leisurely float down the Chippewa River from Chippewa Falls to the boat ramp across from Lake Hallie. An 18-hole golf course lies on the shore of Lake Hallie and the banks of the Chippewa River. Hallie Youth Days provides opportunities for young softball and baseball players to display their talents. In the near future, a bike trail will provide a connection to the Old Abe and Chippewa River Bike Trails.