Recreational Activities

Recreation in the Tuttle area is all about the outdoors. Whether you are wanting to go birding, hiking, fishing, boating, hunting, camping, snowmobiling or visiting--Tuttle is the place to be.

The town has a beautiful park on Main Street that has playground equipment for the young people, picnic shelters for the picnickers and camping space for campers.

Lake Josephine is located just 2 miles north of Tuttle, while Cherry Lake is about 12 miles southeast of town. Both lakes have great fishing and boating opportunities. There are camping areas and docks at both lakes and Lake Josephine also has picnic shelters available. The 4th of July is a big day at Lake Josephine. Numerous families gather to celebrate the day by picnicking and shooting off fireworks. Also, the Tuttle Wildlife Club sponsors an Ice Fishing Derby every January at Lake Josephine.

The area surrounding Tuttle is a paradise for hunters, filled with deer, upland game, and waterfowl. The Tuttle Wildlife Club sponsors an annual Turkey Shoot at the Town Hall in November. A Big Buck Contest is held at the end of deer hunting season each November.

If you are hungry, stop in at the Days Gone By café for a snack, meal, or coffee. The Tuttle Community store offers sandwiches, bakery items, pop, juice, and coffee. The store also has a full line of groceries available for your camping, picnic, or party needs.

If you are looking for refreshments or good conversation go to Irma’s Place “Home of the Loud One”. You can always find a card game to join at the bar. Irma’s Place also offers dart machines, a pool table, gaming machines, and a big screen TV.

Tuttle, the small town with a big heart--is the place to be!