A comfy winter stay is closer than you think—head to Oneida County in the Northwoods of Wisconsin to find quiet, cozy lodging properties where you can curl up next to a fire or simply relax after a long day of exploring the Northwoods’ winter trails. Here’s a look at a few options for your next visit.
Choose from a 6-person cottage, spacious log cabins, or comfortable condominiums at the Beacons of Minocqua, a scenic getaway destination located among 13 acres of pine forest on the shores of Lake Minocqua. Amenities include an indoor pool, fitness center, and expansive grounds for skating, sledding, walking, and other winter fun. The Beacons also has direct access to Minocqua’s snowmobile trails.
Lueth Landing, Tomahawk
Lueth Landing on Lake Alice is home to a resort and four lakeside cabins that offer the perfect spot for a winter getaway to the Northwoods. The two- and three-bedroom cabins are fully furnished with complete kitchens, and the property offers easy access to Tomahawk’s snowmobile trails.
Oaken Bucket Cottages, Rhinelander
This family-owned business on the shores of Boom Lake and Thunder Lake offers year-round accommodations in five well-equipped cottages, the largest of which can sleep up to eight people. The cottages have fully equipped kitchens, TVs, fireplaces, WiFi, and other amenities. Oaken Bucket Cottages offers easy access to Rhinelander’s snowmobile trails and is a short drive from cross-country skiing and snowshoeing options like the Almon Park Trail and the CAVOC Trails.
Northernaire Resort, Three Lakes
This resort is located on Deer Lake, which is part of the Three Lakes/Eagle River Chain, and offers a wide array of lodging options, from cabins to condos to “lock-out” studio units. The resort has a bar & lounge onsite, plus an indoor pool and hot tub, a fitness center, and easy access to Oneida County’s snowmobiling and silent sports trails.
Find more places to stay in Oneida County here.