Boulder Junction, Wisconsin cabins and resort rentals
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It’s cabin time™ in Boulder Junction
Boulder Junction, WI lodging and cabins are in the Musky Capital of the World. The northwoods will greet you with open arms and plenty of options to fulfill your long vacation days. From sunrise to sundown enjoy many recreational opportunities, lake views, delicious food, festivals and great company. Boulder Junction will always have that small town feel that’s hard to find these days - surrounded by state land. Enjoy the Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest which stretches over 225,000 acres and includes hundreds of lakes, rivers and streams. This forest is very diverse. Boulder Junction also serves as one of the best areas for hunting whitetail deer and black bear. Boulder Junction has 194 lakes, making this special place one of the most densely populated LAKE areas in the country. The most popular lakes are Trout Lake, Wildcat and High Lake. High Lake is home to the record breaker 18 lb. walleye.
Let loose and have fun in one of the many area event such as the Winter Frozen Tozen. Who wouldn’t want to go turkey bowling? There is also an ice fishing contest, activities for the kids and live entertainment. Musky Day Jamboree in August has a Fun Run, arts and crafts, live entertainment, contests, kid’s activities, and fireworks. Enjoy other festivals such as fall festivals and the North woods Art Tour.
Other things to do nearby your Boulder Junction cabin is play a round of golf at the Trout Lake and Country Club golf course and afterwards get your dinner at a great place like Aqualand Ale House (20 craft beers on tap) and also there is Boulder Beer Bar and Smokey’s Supper Club - then return to your private and rustic resort, not a hotel room. Birding is pretty popular here too. Witness geese, goldeneyes, robins, bald eagles and black birds. There is much more to see for wildlife if you follow the Crystal Lake Trail or the Escanaba-Pallette Lakes Trail which winds through wetlands, valleys and forests; no bicycles allowed on these trails. However, you can mountain bike and explore the Lumberjack Trail.
There are two sandy beaches nearby at the Crystal Lake beach and the Nichols Beach. Try your hand at Geocaching, it is loads of fun. For more cabin time adventure, try the Grassy Creek Ranch, a great place to actually ride a horse, as it gallops, trots, and jumps over the trail. To see the Northwoods Scenic roads sans horseback, drive the 12-mile Rustic Road 60, Boulder Junction to Star Lake.
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