We urge you to contact our reservationists directly at 877-945-3965 or use our Online Reservation System to check availability and rates for your preferred dates.
We also welcome email inquiries at email@example.com.
Cancellation 30 days or more prior to arrival; a $50 cancellation fee is withheld.
Cancellation less than 30 days prior to arrival; the full deposit amount is non-refundable.
*Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are adjusting our cancellation policies. If you are staying during a time that the state of Wisconsin or the state that you are coming from has an active Stay At Home order, we will either cancel your reservation with a full refund, move your reservation to another date, or issue you a Gift Certificate good for two years.
If you have a future reservation and have concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic, we will offer you a Gift Certificate for the deposit amount or move your reservation to a later date at no charge. Otherwise our normal cancellation policy applies to all reservations.
If you are coming up snowmobiling and are on our Snow-Go policy you will have up to 5 days prior to your arrival to cancel your reservations with no penalty if we do not have snow, rental sleds are not being let out, or the Sno-Eagles club has rated our trails in a overall poor or un-rideable condition.
Basic kitchenware, charcoal grill (removed in winter), dish soap, toilet tissue, bed linens and towel sets.
May 1 – October 15 rentals include dockage for your own boat. A boat landing is on site. (Note: daily housekeeping, charcoal and consumables are not included.)
Housekeeping service, pack-n-plays, high chairs and marina rentals.
Check in is at 3PM and we do not guarantee check-in before that time. If you arrive early, we will allow you to check-in only if your condo is ready, but this will not change the order in which your unit is cleaned.
Check out is 9AM from June 29th to August 17th and 11AM from August 18th to June 28th. We do not approve any late check-outs until the day of departure, and even then it is not guaranteed.
Tidy service is not provided, but you can arrange this service with the front desk for an additional fee.
Condos have two full bathrooms, a full kitchen, living room, dining room, patio set, gas fireplace, and a charcoal grill. We provide linens and towels and a limited supply of starter toiletries, tissue, and kitchen items. Charcoal and lighter fluid is not supplied.
Yes! We have dock space available and are on the ATV/UTV trail and only a few hundred feet from the snowmobile trails. We have trailer parking.
We are 3 miles north on highway 45.
No, all entrances are on the exterior of the buildings, and second floor units have stairways leading to the units. Those with mobility issues should make it known to a reservation specialist that a ground floor unit is required at the time a reservation is confirmed.
No, we don’t allow pets in our units or on our property. Specifically trained service dogs are allowed with prior notifications and working animal identification.
We do not allow smoking in our condos.
Select units have laundry, but we do not have laundry facilities on site.
We do have Wi-Fi in the condos. It is password protected, and we will supply the password at check-in.
We have cable service provided for by Charter. In addition, each unit has a DVD player.
Yes we do! Please contact Robin and check out the events pages.
The resort fee is an obligatory fixed nightly charge that covers a variety of amenities here at the resort. We have many amenities supplied at the resort year-round. Feel free to visit our amenities page to see what all is offered.
We have a three-night minimum from June 29 to August 11. There are a few weekends throughout the year that will also require a minimum night stay, but for the majority of the year, we allow nightly rentals.
Each condo is individually owned, and many of the owners have their units listed. Check out our Real Estate page for more information.
Generally, we do not allow rentals by the month.
There are quite an abundance of bald eagles in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, and you can see them flying overhead, perched in a tree over the side of a road, or guarding their nests on the chain of lakes.