Northwoods
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Management
Phone:715-356-3178
The Train Station Shops
611 Oneida Street
P.O. Box 585
Minocqua, WI 54548


Vacation Rentals

Resorts


We currently manage cabins in a variety of resort settings with multiple cabins/condos.  They all provide peaceful vacation settings with lake access.  Whether you are looking for a place for your family or several families to vacation together, we have the accommodations to suit your needs.



Hidden Harbor Resort

Hidden Harbor Resort is nestled in one of the bays on beautiful Lake Kawaguesaga, a 670 acre fresh water lake that is one of the most scenic on the Minocqua chain of lakes. The entire chain has approximately 90 miles of shore line, a perfect setting for fishermen, nature lovers or boating and water skiing enthusiasts. Take a leisurely cruise around the unusual island city of Minocqua, only 1 1/2 miles away by boat. Amateur photographers or early risers may be blessed with a glorious sunrise!




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Knotty Pine Resort

Knotty Pine Resort is tucked into a quiet bay on desirable Lake Minocqua and the Minocqua chain of lakes. Downtown Minocqua is less than 2 miles away for off-water entertainment. At the resort, a gradual slope to the water is ideal for swimming, soaking up the sun, or simply enjoying the big water views from the lawn nestled under the pines.




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Mercer Lake Resort

Mercer Lake Resort is a four season resort located on pristine Mercer Lake, the perfect vacation spot situated in the towering pines of the Northwoods. For the summer it offers a private boat launch and docking, great play area for the kids and swimming for all. In the winter months ice fishing and snowmobiling are superb, with Winter Park x-country ski trails close by. There are 2, 3 and 4 bedroom cabins available so you can enjoy the Northwoods at it's finest no matter what time of year.




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Minocqua Shores Resort

Minocqua Shores Resort is located in the heart of the Northwoods, ideally situated on the 6,000 acre Minocqua Chain of Lakes. Conveniently located 2 miles from downtown Minocqua by car or a short 1 mile walk on the historic Bearskin Trail, Minocqua Shores Resort offers privacy and town convenience all in one place. The Resort is surrounded by pines and hardwoods on spacious 5 acres with one quarter mile of level shoreline. Choose to stay in the 2 or 3 bedroom log sided cabins or the roomy 3 bedroom condo units.




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Nitschke's Northern Resort

Just across the lake from beautiful downtown Minocqua lies a piece of spectacular Northwoods paradise: Nitschke's Northern Resort with 300+ feet of level sand beach. Located on the peninsula that separates Lake Minocqua from Lake Kawaguesaga, giving you access to the crystal clear waters of the entire chain of lakes. Enjoy the private docking, immediate access to the Bearskin State Trail, playground for the children and a beautiful sandy beach for fun in the sun.




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Old Stoney's Resort

Old Stoney's Northwoods Resort is located on Big Arbor Vitae Lake, which boasts 1,090 acres of scenic water to explore. Big Arbor Vitae, with over 3/4 of the shoreline State owned, is famous for great fishing including Musky, Walleye and various panfish. Wildlife abounds on the lake with loons and eagles common sights. The four cabins are nestled in the lofty pines and the resort offers docks for your boat, great swimming, a play area with a tower and bridge, swings and and much more. Enjoy your vacation in the Northwoods on one of the finest lakes in the area!




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Sunset Bay Resort

Sunset Bay is a family resort resting in a quiet bay on Lake Minocqua - right off Hwy. 51 and just one mile south from downtown Minocqua. The convenient location means you are only a short distance from hiking and biking trails, tennis, golf, horseback riding, shopping and fine dining. The resort features a swimming beach, swim raft, playground equipment, fire pit and fish cleaning house. The famous Minocqua chain of four lakes is a fisherman's paradise teeming with a variety of fish such as Musky, Walleye, Bass, Northern Pike and panfish.




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