The Town of Sherman, containing the historical Springstead Area, is a beautiful land of forests, lakes and streams that has not been over commercialized or over populated. It’s a secluded spot to rest and relax or actively participate in outdoor recreation and the life of the community. The Town of Sherman is 115 square miles in size. Contained within those miles are 55 lakes with 3,000 acres of surface waters and 79 miles of shoreline. In addition the Town of Sherman is the southern gateway to the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage. The Flowage is the largest publicly owned water resource in the State of Wisconsin.
Announcement: Bill Lindsay passed away, Monday December 2, 2013 Bill was the Town Chairman of Sherman from December, 1998 until April, 2005. He was also a town supervisor prior to that. There will be a memorial address and luncheon at the Town of Sherman, Town hall on December 12, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. If you wish to offer condolences to his widow, Nola Lindsay and family be sure to drop by. You can also send a card to Nola and family at 3930 W Stone Lake Road - Park Falls, WI 54552.