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Townsend house description
Lake home on Boot Lake in Townsend, WI (approximately 60 miles North West of Green Bay in Oconto County) this is the perfect All Season vacation destination. available for weekly or monthly rental, longer stays considered. This 3 bedroom, 3 full bath Ranch sleeps up to 6-8 people comfortable. Boot Lake is a full recreational lake. We give automatic preference to those families and individuals that return each year. Also, requests for longer stays will be considered over requests for shorter durations. We do have a minimum one week stay requirement.
Home is fully furnished; the main floor features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths up stairs and 1 full bath down stairs, fully stocked kitchen and living room with fireplace and 60’ TV, Direct TV, Internet WiFi service available. The master bedroom has a full lake view from the bedroom and bathroom and a 46’ TV. The lower level has a hide away sleeper sofa in the main area, full bar and second fireplace. Washer and Dryer located on lower level. The home has a private pier and boathouse.
Our cabin is located right on the lake and snowmobile trails (The trail runs around the lake). There is also boat dock, boathouse and a 2-car garage. The home is very warm and inviting and perfect for your friend/family gatherings. Sorry, no pets or smoking allowed are allowed. We do require a cleaning fee at the end of your stay, as we generally have guests departing and arriving on the same day.
Spend your days boating, fishing, or swimming from your private pier. The area also offers hiking, hunting, mountain biking, horseback riding, golf and ATV trails. In winter you can enjoy ice fishing, snowshoeing, cross country skiing or snowmobiling. Casinos, plenty of restaurants and bars are close by as well
You can choose to be active or just relax; we have the perfect spot for you. We would love to have you as our guest!
Rates are based on 6 guests; add $30 per night, per additional guest
My Standard Rate 7 night min stay
Additional information about rental rates
Refundable Damage Deposit$500
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
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The Great Outdoors of Northern Wisconsin, The Loon’s Nest vacation cabin get away.
White water rafting adventures, plenty of wildlife to see bald eagles, black bears, wild turkey, deer and waterfowl. Fishing, hunting, Cross country skiing, hiking, boating, water skiing, ATV trails, kayaking, snowmobiling, golf, mountain biking and many other outdoor activities to do and enjoy.
The annual Crandon Brush Runs in Crandon Wisconsin is a must see event if your into off-road racing.
Other events and things to do include:
World Championship Snowmobile Derby
Eagle River, Wisconsin
This annual event in northern Wisconsin is the most recognized professional snowmobile race and one of the largest gatherings of 'sledders' in the world
The American Birkebeiner is the nation's largest and most prestigious cross-country ski marathon – approximately 51 kilometers from Cable to Hayward – that draws thousands of cross-country skiers from all over the world.
Lumberjack World Championships
Professional male and female lumberjacks and logrollers from around the world compete for one of the largest purses in lumberjack competition.
late September - early October
La Crosse, Wisconsin
One of Wisconsin’s largest autumn festivals for more than 50 years, attracting 150,000 people annually, Oktoberfest here is an authentic Old-World folk celebration steeped in German tradition.
The Apostle Islands and the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore: A group of twenty-one islands and 12 miles of mainland coastline at the northeastern tip of the Bayfield Peninsula, the northernmost mainland point in Wisconsin.
The Penokee - Gogebic Iron Range: 80 miles long and about a mile wide, this range of hills (formerly mountains) runs southwest from the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan to southeast Bayfield County, Wisconsin. It has a long and controversial mining history, dating back to 1848 when iron ore was first mined near Hurley, WI.
More than 62 northern Wisconsin waterfalls: Some may be described as large rapids (beautiful nonetheless), but others are quite magnificent such as Big Manitou, the tallest waterfall in the state.
2 National Forests: The Chequamegon National Forest -- about 858,400 in size, located in Ashland, Bayfield, Sawyer, Price, Taylor, and Vilas counties. And, the Nicolet National Forest -- covering nearly 661,400 acres in Florence, Forest, Langlade, Oconto, Oneida, and Vilas counties.
The Ice Age Trail: A thousand-mile footpath showcasing landscape features created more than 12,000 years ago after the glacier covering most of Wisconsin retreated.
The North Country Trail: At 4,600 miles stretched across seven states, it's the longest hiking path in the United States. The Wisconsin segment is the smallest distance of any of the seven states but is definitely one of the most scenic - but then again, we are biased!
Great Divide National Scenic Highway: Runs through the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and reveals some of the most majestic plant and animal life in Wisconsin's Northwoods: black bear, timber wolves, white-tailed deer, beaver, loons and bald eagles. If you go in the fall, the fall foliage is absolutely spectacular.
The Chippewa Flowage (also known as the 'Big Chip'): A 15,300-acre lake created in 1924 as a way to increase water flow for power generation. Big Chip is the third largest lake in Wisconsin with a wooded, undeveloped 233-mile shoreline. It is known for its 'wild' and 'uncrowded' atmosphere and of course, it's top notch fishing.
The Turtle-Flambeau Flowage: 18,900 acres of water, comprised of nine lakes, three rivers and several creeks, all pristine and pollution-free. Located in southern Iron County in far northern Wisconsin, the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage is known for its wild beauty and splendor.
The Eagle River Chain of Lakes and the adjoining Three Lakes Chain: The largest freshwater chain of lakes in the world. The lakes are considered Wisconsin's most productive muskie and walleye fisheries.
The Blue Hills Felsenmeer - Sea of Rocks: Made up of several small valleys on the southwest side of the Blue Hills near Bruce, Wisconsin, this 'sea of rocks' was created from frost activity which broke up massive quartzite outcroppings to create a profusion of fractured rocks.
Timm's Hill: The highest point in the state of Wisconsin (elevation of 1,951.5 ft or 595 m) and is located in Price County. There's a tall lookout tower at the top offering spectacular views of Northern Wisconsin.
Crex Meadows: A rigorously managed ecosystem home to over 270 species of birds, 86 butterflies, and 720 species of plants, plus countless mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and insects; truly a bird watcher, naturalist and botanist's paradise.