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Recent Northeast reviews

  • Great little cabin

    "This is a very nice cabin. It's very clean, modern, and sits on a beautiful no-access lake. Very relaxing. We enjoyed using the row and paddle boats to go out and catch some pretty nice perch....2 were 11 1/2 inches! Tip: fish bite better in the morning! Rhinelander is only 6 miles away, so just a short trip to town if you need anything. Very close (1/2 hour) to Minocqua and all of the tourist trap type stuff, if that's what you like. We would very much recommend this cabin to anyone, and hope to make a return trip soon!"
    Guest: Diane Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 16, 2014
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  • Sister Bay

    "The property worked well for our group of 5 and more could be handled easily. Owner very easy to deal with. We will return."
    Guest: Carol S. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014
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  • Fun times on Chute Pond

    "One of the best vacations I had all summer. The house was roomy, well kept, and right on the water so we could fish / swim in our own back yard. We didn't pack much food since we always seem to bring everything back home so we ate at Kitty's every night. Excellent burgers, Steak, and Pizza and it's in walking distance so we didn't have to drive. Also took the boat to two other bars on the lake to check them out. One day we went tubing down the river, stopped at a small winery, and checked out the Casino. All around good time."
    Guest: Maverick Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014
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  • Hockey Trip Made so Much Fun

    "A group of hockey board members came to Green Bay for a National tournament. We wanted a place to stay that was close to the arenas and also great tourist sites. This home provided everything we wanted and more. It was clean, cute, well stocked with the basic essentials, and the owners were so very nice and easy to work with. Communication with them was wonderful. We would highly recommend this home to others, and hope to visit again soon!"
    Guest: Erika S. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 8, 2015
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Northeast Travel Tips

Northeast Wisconsin Vacation Rentals Make the Perfect Bases for Enjoying Beautiful Lakes and Rivers

Northeast Wisconsin is blessed with a host of natural resources. Situated close to Green Bay, Lake Michigan and the Great Lakes, which contain 20 percent of the earth's freshwater, make the perfect vacation destination for those seeking water-based activities. Summer activities are focused upon the many lakes and rivers in the area, while the cold winters provide excellent opportunities for skiing, ice fishing and other winter sports.

Northeast Wisconsin Lodging Offers Plenty to See and Do

The area around your northeast Wisconsin vacation lodging is a natural paradise for boating and fishing enthusiasts. It is the home of the smallmouth bass and some of the area's best fishing can be enjoyed on the Cisco chain of lakes. Walleye, musky, northern pike and a variety of panfish can all be caught from the dock or a small boat. Water sports including waterskiing and sailing are popular in the area, along with boating, tubing, Jet Skiing and swimming. ATV trails are also a great way to enjoy exploring the woodland trails.

Walking in the area is a popular activity, especially around the 26-acre Crawford Lake which has a maintained walking trail around it. It makes the most of the beautiful lakeside scenery. The area also has abundant wildlife opportunities. See fish jumping, deer grazing, red and grey squirrels foraging for food, and foxes trotting through the woodland glades. Loons, the short-tailed water birds which are found in this area, can often be seen diving for fish, and blue herons stalk the edges of the lakes. Porcupines and wild turkeys are a delight to discover and birdwatchers will be thrilled at the regular sightings of bald eagles overhead.

Winter activities are just as exciting with many opportunities for snowmobiling and other winter sports. Granite Peak is the place to enjoy downhill skiing in the area, along with ice fishing, skating and cross country skiing.

Wisconsin Vacation Rentals Are Well Located for Exploring the Area

Rib Mountain Ski Hill is a popular place for visitors as it has excellent amenities, great restaurants and plentiful shopping. Green Bay is a popular place to visit at the mouth of the Fox River in a sub-basin of Lake Michigan. It is home to the National Railroad Museum and the Neville Public Museum with exhibits of art, history and science. The town is also home to the Green Bay Packers professional football team which has won more titles than any other NFL team. The Hazelwood Historic House Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and also well worth a visit.

The Historic District of Oshkosh has 27 historic buildings including a bank, homes, churches, schools, firehouse, courthouse, cemetery and observatory. The town is the home of the original Oshkosh Brewing Company.

How to Reach Northeast Wisconsin Cabins

The nearest major airport to Wausau in the heart of Wisconsin is the Dane County Regional Airport in Madison, WI. It is approximately a 126-mile drive to your Northeast Wisconsin vacation rental. Those wishing to drive to the area will find it easy to access using the Interstate 39 from Madison.

The Best Time of Year to Visit Northeast Wisconsin Vacation Rentals

Northeast Wisconsin lodging experiences some extremes of temperature throughout the year. Those wanting to fish and swim will find the summer highs of 80 F very pleasant, although the area does have at least four inches of rainfall per month in the summer. During the winter, the area sees hard freezing and has more than 12 inches of snowfall regularly. Temperatures can drop as low as 0 F in January, the coldest month.

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