Fishing Licenses

Eagle River has some of the greatest pan fishing in the Midwest! With an abundant amount of lakes, who wouldn’t imagine that. Well there are requirements for fishing licenses here. There is a shop just a mile and a half down the road from the resort that sells licenses – so you don’t have to Read More …

Wildlife: Moose

When you think of Wisconsin – not really sure Moose comes to mind – maybe cows, deer, and bears. Well it just so happens that we do have some moose here in the Northwoods. Although we have never been lucky enough to see the elusive creatures, our local newspaper reports sightings from here all the Read More …

Fall Leaves

It’s getting around to the time where the leaves are going to start changing and falling. For visitors, it inspires feelings of awe and wonder.  But for residents up here, it means RAKING and a whole lot of it!  Last year, I laminated one of the prettiest leaves I found and it is still the Read More …

River Birch

On today’s blog post, we are going to look at a tree that we are going to plant here on property. Here is some information on the River Birch: River birch (Betula nigra), also known as red birch, black birch or water birch, is native to the southeastern United States where the trees typically grow Read More …

Sandcastles

With our huge sand beach, there is lots of room for sand castles. We provide a whole container of sand tools! We have seen some pretty amazing creations, but here are some tips and tricks on how to build a great sand castle. Build the castle far enough that waves will hit it Draw an Read More …

Birch Trees

When you are walking on our property, you will see a variety of species of trees. One of our favorites is the Birch Tree. The bark is paper-like and burns well if you need to start a fire. Here are a few fun facts about Birch Trees: Birch is a medium-sized tree that can reach Read More …

Resort Feature: Best Beach in the North

Whenever we are talking to folks who aren’t staying at the resort, but when we describe the location – everyone always remembers our big sand beach! We pride ourselves on having the best beach in the north. The sand is fine with no rocks. Our lake front also has a sandy bottom – no rocks Read More …

Largest Freshwater Chain of Lakes in the World

Great article by LakeLubbers.com  – https://www.lakelubbers.com/eagle-river-chain-of-lakes-869/ The Eagle River Chain of Lakes in far northeastern Wisconsin is known to fishermen as prime Musky water, but the lakes are also a prime vacation destination for the entire family. The Eagle River Chain includes nine lakes that span 3,928 acres with 68 miles of shoreline: Catfish Lake, Voyageur Read More …

Wildlife Wednesdays: Musky

This is our last wildlife Wednesday for the season – we feature the most illusive fish of the Northwoods – the Muskellunge. There are multiple contests each summer to see who can catch the biggest Musky. We have had multiple guests catch musky right off our piers; however, you swimmers don’t need to worry – Read More …

Wildlife Wednesday: Large and Small Mouth Bass

I know this will interest the anglers coming to our resort! One of our guests, Tyler Bickle, was casting near the swim raft one morning and reeled in this beauty – a 20 lb large mouth bass! These beauties put up a nice fight. Here are some facts about these fish:   The world record Read More …