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It’s cabin time™ in Brule
Brule, WI Cabins and rentals on the Bois Brule River are also near Lake Superior. Brule is a quaint little town in northern Wisconsin where people come to enjoy quiet cabin life, the wildlife, and fish the most famous river east of the Mississippi River. The Bois Brule River is also known as The President’s River, appropriately nicknamed by 5 presidents that have vacationed in the area. The Bois Brule River’s dark waters are famous for its trout fishing, attracting serious fly fishermen all over the world. President Coolidge even conducted official White House business from the Cedar Island Estate and the town’s high school.
While not everyone likes to fish, there is definitely other things to do, no matter what the weather in Brule is. Slip on your skis and head out to the Afterhours Ski Trail, one of the best well groomed cross country ski trails in the Midwest. Ski Brule Mountain and see Lake Superior. Put on your orange and hunt on the miles of public hunting grounds in the Brule River State Forest, or enjoy hiking the Stony Hill Nature Trail. Your Bois Brule River cabin is a great observation base for watching bald eagles and other wildlife. Brule is also known for some of the greatest, most remote ATV and snowmobile trails in the state, such as the Tri County Corridor that is 60 miles in length going from Superior to Ashland.
Brule, WI is only 45 minutes from Lake Superior; the cabins and cottage are closer, so an afternoon trip is a no brainer. Lake Superior is the largest of the Great Lakes. Take a day trip and experience miles of sugary shoreline, or navigate the waters in your kayaks. Tour the Apostle Islands and the incredible ice caves in the winter. Take a lighthouse tour. Then return to your cozy Bois Brule cabin and relax in front of the fireplace. Another day trip recommendation is going to Solon Springs to catch a music concert. Nationally and regionally recognized bands frequently play there.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Brule seasonal events and day trips. Compare cabins and Brule lodging here, then book directly with the rental owners or local managers and skip those booking website traveler fees.