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It’s cabin time™ in Crandon
Looking for Northern Wisconsin resorts and cabin rentals in the Crandon area? We totally understand why! A Crandon, WI cabin rental locates you in the middle of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest with exciting multi-seasonal recreation in all directions. Your Crandon Forest County vacation rental gives you access to over 300 miles of ATV trails and 400 miles of groomed, state-funded snowmobiling trails. The trails connect with two casinos and local businesses providing ample stops along the trail for tasty food and refreshments. No matter what recreational vehicle you set out on, you are guaranteed a winding journey through a sensational pine forest. The Otter Springs Trail is your destination for winter skiing and snowshoeing if you want to motor yourself through a winter wonderland. Nearby Ed’s Lake Trail is open for Mountain Biking beginning June 1 for those looking to experience railroad grade trails through a variety of forest types.
Nearby Lake Metonga is considered a Northwoods’ gem with excellent fishing in 2,157 acres of surface water with good clarity. Plus it has 79 feet of depth for all those lunker holes at the bottom. Anglers will have your choice of fishing for jumbo perch, bluegill, walleye, pike, and largemouth and smallmouth bass. Lake Lucerne is another close by option with its own public boat ramp for fishing and free summer waterski shows. Fishing is also excellent on Lake Lucerne. Fishing, boating, and swimming in beautiful lakes is what the best of the Wisconsin Northwoods is all about.
For over 45 years, the Crandon International Off-Road Raceway has been home to short course off-road truck and buddy racing. The Raceway hosts two annual races of 4x4, dune buggy, and truck drivers and draws international crowds of nearly 90,000. The permanent facility now encompasses 400-plus wooded acres. Crandon is also home to the Forest County Potawatomi Cultural Center, Library and Museum. The public is invited to learn about the culture and traditions of the Potawatomi Indian Tribe with permanent exhibits containing significant contemporary photographs, audio/videos, books, treaties, and other materials. Enjoy a year-round recreational destination in a Crandon cottage rental with all the comforts of home.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Crandon seasonal events and day trips. Compare cabins and Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest vacation rentals here, then book direcly with the owners or local managers to get the guaranteed lowest rate and best local advice. Why rent through middleman booking websites when you can book the same cabin direct for less?