About the property
- Half Baths1
- Minimum Stay7 nights
House, 4 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 1.5 Baths, (Sleeps 8-9)
Chain Lake is located in Chippewa County, Wisconsin, in the small village of New Auburn. Chain Lake is the first in a chain of three other lakes -- Clear, McCann, and Island, with 1,200 acres of water that stretches over seven miles.
This home offers one of the most spectacular views available. Upon entering the front porch of the home, you will be greeted by a fabulous view with a 180 degree expanse of the lake, and only thirty-five feet off the shore. To enjoy the sunrise or the moon reflecting before you from this room is both awesome and memorable.
This property offers one of the very few beaches available on the lake. It's great for kids -- they can play in the sandpile and splash around in the shallows.
Our lakes offer excellent fishing -- Northern Pike, Musky, Walleye, Large and Smallmouth Bass, and great pan fish as well (sun fish, crappie, and bluegill).
Enjoy the call of the loons, gaze at the spectacular eagles, cranes, geese, and ducks that grace our lakes and skies.
This wonderful place is located in the Blue Diamond vacation area in the heart of Indianhead Country.
Come and enjoy endless relaxation, and the peacefulness that nature provides.
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- Calendar last updated:
- Mar 1, 2018
Sports & Adventure Activities
Simply a wonderful place!
We have been spending a week in this wonderful place for at least the last 5 years. Is simply the most relaxing ,get way with our group 9 to 11 people. From laying in the hammock, fishing right off the docks, kids playing in the sand and swimming, kayaking . The house is charming, plenty of room . Our hosts have thought of every thing . I tell everyone to try this place out is simply wonderful and we plan many more stays it is the highlight to the start of summer!
Thank you, Sara. You are a joy to have, and we look forward to your visit each year!
Fun for the Whole Family
Our family loved Breezy Acres. The house was spacious and charming. The gazebo was our usual dining spot - beautiful. The children loved the sandy beach and the clear water. Bass and northern were caught from the dock! The kayaks were a big hit with everyone. What a great place to relax and have fun with the family. Thanks for the great memories.
Great Week with extended family
We fished right from the dock and caught good size Northern and large mouth bass--good eating and several smaller fish --the catch and release type.
We had fun with the kayaks, letting the wind blow us 'home' several times.
Our favorite room was the porch where we spent most of our indoor time listening to the waves, playing games or reading.
Super Late Summer Vacation 2010
A great old lake home right on the shoeline of a very nice chain of lakes. Good fishing within sight of the house... even in late August. We caught very nice crappie, perch, northern, and large mouth bass every day. The house and property have spectacular views and are beautifully maintained. Highly recommended.
What a Great Week!
If you are looking for a spacious house, private beach, clear clean water, and excellent fishing you are in luck! When our family (ages 3, 7, and 12) weren't outdoors ejoying the beach and water we found ourselves drawn to the huge lake front room with a panoramic view of the lake. Kathy and Mike were great hosts and made us feel right at home. We would recommend this place to anyone looking for a relaxing get away.
Great Reunion House
Our family rented Breezy Acres for an early summer reunion and it was a hit from the kids right up to my ninety two year old uncle. There were at least three separate areas for small groups to convene, a great place to stage food just inside the back door and a very user friendly kitchen. And almost everywhere you sat the views of the lake were breathtaking. We swam and boated and barbecued and were very sorry when our week was up. The cleanliness and quiet of the house teamed with Kathy's attention to detail (a gift basket, volunteering to take our group photo, the loan of her kayaks and canoes) made this a place we want to rent again next year.
We even have a restaurant that is accessible by water. Truly a nice benefit!The Chippewa Moraine Ice Age Museum is about seven miles away. Great for kids -- experience hands-on learning about nature, the Chippewa Valley, and what this area has to offer.