Cornucopia is located in Wisconsin’s Bayfield County along Highway 13 and County Highway C. Sometimes referred to as the “Horn of Plenty”, the quaint little village of Cornucopia is located on horn marking the top of Wisconsin. It is Wisconsin’s northernmost village where you will find a picturesque harbor famous for its sandy beaches and beautiful sunsets. As the western gateway to the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Cornucopia is home to spectacular sea caves. Beautiful sandstone formations along the shoreline have been carved away by Lake Superior. Spanning the entire shoreline from north of Spirit Point to Little Sand Bay, the sea caves can be accessed by kayak or guided power boat tour during summer and by trail or sometimes ice in winter.
The Cornucopia Beach is a popular spot for swimming and relaxing with a playground and pavilion. A Commercial fishery at the marina makes a great place to stop for fresh and smoked fish while in the area. Harbor shops and art galleries line the marina and a museum is located next to the beach. Fresh , clear water runs year-round at the artesian well nearby. A campground and hotel are located at the marina and cabins across the street from the beach make it a convenient place to stay.
“Downtown” Cornucopia is just a block away with a historic general store offering fresh deli items and many grocery items where you can stock up for a picnic as well as souvenirs and a big hardware section. You’ll also find a coffee shop, restaurant/bar, post office, gas station/convenience store and kayaking outfitter in town. A summer concert series makes a great reason to stay awhile.