Trout and salmon fishing, Lake Superior beaches and sea caves, canoing and kayak
Greg and Brenda Kessler
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 8
Minimum age of primary renter: 21
as always the cabin is fantastic. great location and excellent property. very clean.
Beautiful spot on the Brule
Great base camp for fishing the Brule. Comfy and cozy. Kitchen could be painted a warmer color. Sauna was awesome.
Another fun stay at McNeils
Been staying at McNeils for years. Can’t beat the location on the Brule and the beautiful property.
Always a special adventure .
Fin and Feather Week!
We had a great time staying at McNeils on the Brule. The place was spotless when we arrived and was lucky to meet Greg in the woods! Great place and great people
McNeil's is located in the heart of the Brule River State Forest in Northwestern Wisconsin and offers a variety of outdoor experiences including canoeing and kayaking the Brule River as well as world class trout and salmon fishing. The Brule River State Forest provides a diversity of hiking experiences on the North Country Trail, the Bayfield Trail, and the Stony Hill trail. In winter, the Afterhours Ski Trail provides 27Km of well groomed skate and classic trails. Snowshoe trails are maintained at both the Afterhours Ski Trail and the historic Bayfield Trail. Many skiers utilize the Afterhours Trail to prepare for the annual Birkebeiner race held in Cable each year.
McNeil's location near Lake Superior's south shore mid-way between Duluth and Bayfield. This offers a variety of experiences ranging from sea kayaking Lake Superior and viewing the sea caves or enjoying an evening of dining, entertainment and site seeing in Duluth's famous Canal Park. Lake Superior offers some of the best beaches in Wisconsin during summer while the Sea Caves turn into breathtaking Ice Caves during winter and are best seen from Meyers Beach access near Cornucopia. Lake Superior tributaries offer a variety of streams with waterfalls at Amnicon State Park, Twin Falls near Port Wing and Houghton Falls near Washburn.
For the mountain bike enthusiast, there are miles of remote back roads on the Brule River State Forest, Bayfield County Forest, Chequamegon National Forest. The CAMBA (Cable Area Mountain Bike Association) trails between Iron River and Cable offer top notch mountain bike trails looking for scenic and challenging experiences.