Sommer's Lakefront Retreat is a comfortable home situated on an expansive lakeside property. It is a perfect Northern Wisconsin home for couples, seniors, and small families who enjoy a quiet environment. The property is a "park-like setting" with white pines planted by the CCC in the late 1930's. Many years the "resident" eagles spend their summer months raising their young eaglet(s), and lessons in flying and hunting take place daily on the property.
Your retreat is located 100 feet of gently slopping lawn to the lakeshore. A pier is available for your use. The lakeshore has natural landscape where wildlife can feed, rest and raise their young. Also, it remains natural to feed the abundance of fish which inhabit Sand Lake. The lake is a recognized musky and walleye lake. Crappies, small mouth bass and northern are also abundant for the fishing enthusiast.
If your desire is to relax at this retreat, enjoy the quiet, beautiful setting and stroll around the expansive property. Perennials and annual flowers are in abundance for your enjoyment. Native flowers bloom along the lakeshore to attract butterflies and birds.
Your retreat for your stay is a very comfortable, well equipped home with three bedrooms (2 queen and 1 twin), 1 and 1/2 bath all on one floor for easy access. The living room has a large screened picture window that looks out over the lake. Enjoy a cozy evening in front of an original stone fireplace with gas insert.
There’s always something for you to discover in Stone Lake and since you book with a local expert, you won’t miss an adventure that fits your needs.
Your retreat is only two miles from the bustling little town of Stone Lake, Hayward is 15 miles and Spooner is within 20 miles. Up for a scenic drive? Take a beautiful ride that skirts the western shore of Stone Lake - it’s designated Rustic Road #71. Other highlights include the Stone Lake Wetlands Park, and the Fishing Hall of Fame in Hayward to name a few. Festivals abound throughout the summer including: Hayward's Musky Festival and the International Log Rolling competitions and Stone Lake is very well known for its Cranberry Festival the first weekend of October. Over 30,000 people spread out through the town visiting booths, enjoying local foods and having a few beverages in the fall weather. (rain, shine or snow)
If you're interested in a coffee break or a craft beer stop, the friendly Whistle Punk is located right in Stone Lake. Wifi is available for you as you sip your beverages and have some local baked goods. The School House Wine Shop in Stone Lake is a well established business with delicious lunches to go with your favorite wine, and an abundance of outdoor seating. If you're craving a hand made pizza, stop at the Stone Lake Pub, also right in town. And, the best fish fry in the whole area is at Pine Ridge on Lake Sissabagama, a 10 minute drive from your retreat. Stone Lake also has some very unique shopping including: Farm Boyz Mercantile (a combination of specialized meats, cheeses, in season produce, baked goods as well as liquor, wine, beer, home décor and local artisans wares. Last Frontier, an interesting shop with a combination of antiques, local sweatshirts, gifts, and ice cream, and Stone Wreath Boutique are a few of local specialty shops.
$1500 - $1950 per week
$1950 - $2535 per week
Weekly rental only (Sunday through Sunday) for July and August. Arrival date negotiable
Minimum 3-day rental in May, June and September
16190W Sand Lake Road
Stone Lake, WI 54876
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715-499-1843 (leave message)
715-499-1843 If you call, mention "Rent Wisconsin Cabins". Visit website (if listed) then return and send your inquiry.
Your home away from home is part of a historic resort which was purchased by my father in 1937. I was born and raised on the resort and went to the local schools. The resort originally had nine cabins. Most cabin sites have been converted to seasonal RV sites. One cabin still remains on its original site. Individuals (many who came as children to the resort) rent the cottage to enjoy the "vintage" feel for the past. All sites are rented to "like minded" guests who enjoy the beauty and solitude of the property. Because I was raised in the area, I have many historical stories. And we have a wonderful historical museum in Stone Lake that demonstrates the versatility of the area from the abundance of resorts in the past, to cranberry harvest to sports of all kinds. The museum is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from noon to four. It is worth a visit and you may see me there, as a docent, excited to share local history.