If you haven’t made a trip up to Wild Eagle Lodge in the heart of the Northwoods, then now is your time! Wild Eagle Lodge is located in Eagle River on the Chain of Lakes offering many opportunities to enjoy our beautiful Wisconsin summers on the lake. Enjoy fishing, boating, beachside hangouts, and more when you visit. Let’s dive into why Wild Eagle Lodge should be your next Eagle River getaway!
Staying At The Lodge
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Wild Eagle Lodge truly is a perfect place to bring the entire family together for a trip to the Northwoods! At the lodge, accommodations make you feel right at home with their condo-style lodge rooms. They boast homes that are as little as one bedroom that house up to 4 people, two bedrooms that house up to 6 people, three bedrooms that house up to 8 people, and the Eagle’s Haven which houses up to 25 guests!
Eagle’s Haven is a great stay for a big family get-together, a wedding at the lodge, or just a trip with a large group of friends! The home is a seven-bedroom house that has everything you could want in your retreat to Eagle River. There is plenty of spacious room to spread out while being steps away from some of the best parts of the Chain of Lakes!
Life at Wild Eagle Lodge includes spending a lot of time outdoors along the Chain of Lakes! The Chain of Lakes includes 28 different lakes, the largest connected freshwater chain in the Northwoods. Along the lakes, you can do plenty of summer fun activities right from the access at Wild Eagle Lodge! Boating is one of the best ways to get out and explore the waters that intertwine throughout Northwoods.
At Wild Eagle Lodge, you can bring your own boat and use their private boat launch… Or you can rent a pontoon right through the lodge! The same goes for jet skis! Bring your own and enjoy easy parking and access to the boat ramp. But if you don’t have your own, Trackside in Eagle River offers rentals right on Wild Eagle Lodge’s property!
If fishing is more your fancy, the Chain of Lakes is a great place to get out and go on a fishing adventure. The waters around the lodge are home to many species of fish including muskellunge, walleye, perch, small-mouth, large-mouth, and so much more! This premiere midwest fishing destination is one that you’ll definitely want to explore if you’re a fishing fanatic. If you’re new to fishing or just want an experienced fisher from the area to guide you through your adventure, you can use one of Wild Eagle Lodge’s fishing guides to help you catch the fish you wish! Learn more about fishing opportunities on the Chain of Lakes with Wild Eagle Lodge by clicking here.
While lake life and lodging are two key factors to a stay at Wild Eagle Lodge, there is plenty of other fun to be had as well while on your getaway! If a rainy day comes through, the lodge has an indoor pool and plenty of indoor activities to keep the kiddos entertained and busy all day long. You can also find other fun activities including courts for basketball games, tennis matches, and even a sand volleyball court for hours of family fun!
There is also a restaurant right at the lodge, Blue Heron Fine Dining! This delicious restaurant has something for everyone! From salads and burgers to seafood and steak, Blue Heron makes dining easy for the whole family right on-site. You’ll also want to grab some ice cream from time to time on your trip, especially on a hot summer day. Cool off at Wild Eagle Lodge with a scoop at Eagle Cones Shoppe!
So what are you waiting for? Get ready for your next summer adventure in the Northwoods and book your stay at Wild Eagle Lodge in Eagle River! Not only will you have premiere water frontage on the Chain of Lakes, but Wild Eagle Lodge also boasts many family-friendly activities, fine dining, amazing lodging, and so much more. What are you looking forward to doing while on your next trip to the Northwoods? Let us know in the comments below!
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