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It’s cabin time™ in Wabeno
Forest County cabins in Wabeno offer river and lake activities for true outdoorsmen. Your Wabeno, WI, cabin rental locates you in the glorious woods of Forest County, with 850 miles of trout streams and 824 named lakes. Wabeno’s name, “Coming of the Winds,” originates after a tornado that destroyed a 1-mile long strip of timber in 1880. The Wabeno Logging Museum commemorates the rich logging history of the area when the Chicago and Northwester Railroad traversed the area carrying lumber from the Wisconsin Northwoods. You’ll find photographs and exhibits depicting the life of a lumberjack in historical logging camps at the museum. After visiting the museum, you’ll want to grab a delicious meal at Wabeno’s favorite local Pinchotta’s Pub and Grub with their famous fish fry, or the Big Easel Gallery and Bistro with a whole house of art to explore.
Just a short drive from your Forest County vacation rental is the Wabeno boardwalk. The 1.5 mile, barrier-free boardwalk and nature trail parallels the Range Line Creek and North Branch of the Oconto River. The 1.5-mile Quartz Hill Trail in Wabeno also has a boardwalk section with trail that leads to the top of McCaslin Mountain with spectacular views. You’ll pass areas of quartz crystal quarries along the trail used by early American Indians to create their various tools. The mountain forest includes red oak, sugar maple, basswood, aspen, and some white oaks. Enjoy the color explosion of fall foliage during a September/October hike. Nearby Ed’s Lake Trail is a great destination for hiking, mountain biking, or skiing in the winter. The trails are mostly wide and are a good workout on mountain bikes.
Nearby Trump Lake is a popular fishing spot with a public boat ramp for easy access. The lake is 162 acres with largemouth bass, muskie, northern pike and walleye. Also nearby is the Heritage Hunt Club offering a full service kennel and bird cleaning facilities. The property includes over 600 acres of corn and sorghum fields with natural habitat for upland game cover. Enjoy a day of fishing or hunting in this area of natural beauty and return home to the comfort of your Wabeno vacation rental. In the evening, you may just find yourself venturing out to the Potawatomi Carter Casino to test your luck on slots, bingo or table games.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Wabeno seasonal events and day trips. Compare cabins and Forest County resorts and lodging here, then book direcly with the owners or local property managers. Booking direct guarantees you get the lowest rental rate because you avoid booking website fees. Plus you talk to local experts.