Your ultimate vacation awaits you at Eagle River’s Last Resort.
Water Sports – Water Skiing, Wake boarding, Paddle boarding, and tubing
Pontoon Boat Rentals on property (Inquire about pricing and availability)
Included in your stay (no additional costs):
14- Ft Aluminum Boats (motors are available for rent)
Bon Fire Pit with wood and fire starting materials
Gazebo – Guests enjoy eating dinner and playing board games inside the gazebo
Large Sandy Beach with sand toys
Picnic Tables by the lake
The Eagle River, WI Area features many activities and adventures including:
- Discovering the history of Eagle River on Eagle River Twisted History Tours
- See the area from a bird’s eye view with Scenic Air Tours of the Northwoods of the Northwoods. For reservations call (561) 271-7638.
- Hiking in the nearby Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
- Canoeing or tubing on the Wisconsin River
- Horseback riding at several close locations
- Discover the Children’s Museum
- Fill your need for speed at Go Karts
- Laser Tag and Mini Golf
- Test your skills at the Escape Game
- Tennis Courts in Town
- Sail the Seas with Pirate Ship boat tours
- Taste some local wine at Three Lakes Winery
- Bowling at Eagle River Lanes
Eagle River features a landmark building housing the Ice Hockey Arena. You can also compete in local Musky tournaments, attend Antique and Craft Shows, water ski shows, and boat to several local pubs and restaurants for casual dining (some feature live music on weekends).
Nearby attractions and activities include scenic Bond Falls and Agate Falls, visit the site of the Mysterious Pauling Light at Robbins Pond, canoe the Ontonagon River, hike the Porcupine Mountains and see Lake Superior and the breathtaking Lake in the Clouds. Enjoy a ride on the live full scale steam train at Camp 9 in Laona or kayak the rapids on the Wolf River. Activity books with more information are located in each guest cottage.
Otter Lake is a 217-acre lake and is one of the 28 lakes that make up the largest inland chain of lakes in the world. The lake has a maximum depth of 30 feet and is rated “Class A” for musky and walleye. It also supports pan fish and bass populations.