Trout Lake - boating, biking, hiking and birding

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10556 Campo Fiesta Lane, Boulder Junction, WI 54512

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 8
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Type: Cabin
Description of the Boulder Junction vacation cabin rental
There are two cabins, Each cabin has 2 bedrooms and one bath. Call for rates and availability for each cabin.

Get your reservations in now for summer fun! Rent both cabins for a private family retreat!

We are located on 200 feet of sandy frontage on the North side of Trout Lake. Trout Lake is the
largest and deepest lake in Vilas County. It is 3,870 acres in size and has a maximum depth of 117 feet and a clear color of high transparency of about 20 feet. The majority of Trout Lake is State owned and is never crowded, Common fish in the lake are...walleye, muskie, small mouth bass, northern pike, lake trout, largemouth bass, whitefish and Panfish.

There is a private pier with a bench and ladder for enjoying the water front. There is also a picnic table, camp fire and air pogo on the lakefront for your use. Plenty of room on the pier to moor your boat. There is so much to do in the Northwoods. Boulder Junction has the best paved bike trails around. The Snowmobile trails lead to all surrounding towns. Eat a great breakfast or lunch at the Granary restaurant in town.
You will enjoy the quiet peace the Northwoods offers. A second cabin that sleeps 4 available for summer rental. Email for details.
Hoffman's Trout Lake was part of the Campo Fiesta girls camp.

Pam Hoffman

Area Info
Boulder Junction in the Northwoods of Wisconsin is a great place to bike, offering an excellent variety of bicycling opportunities. Paved trails, mountain bike trails and quiet roadways combine to create an incredible bicycling destination. Boulder Junction’s most popular bicycling opportunity is a set of trails that make up the Heart of Vilas County Bike & Hike Trail System.
Lumberjack Trail
This is an outstanding trail specifically maintained for mountain biking. Enjoy majestic pine forest and scenic wetlands as you pedal 12 miles of trails. There are two trailheads – one on Old Road K and the other off of Concora Road.
Nichol’s Beach Trail
This trail starts at the Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce office and runs for three miles to Nichols Lake. The picnic area at Nichols Beach is a great place to stop for lunch.
Crystal Lake Trail
Take blacktop trail from downtown Boulder Junction to beautiful Trout Lake and to the Crystal Lake Campground in Sayner. This 11-mile, fully-paved trail is perfect for all types of bicycles. The trail connects with the Plum Lake Trail and continues to the St. Germain Hike & Bike Trail. Together, all three trails form the 23-mile paved Heart of Vilas County Hike & Bike Trail.
Quiet Roadways
Much of the Boulder Junction Area Trail system is paved, making it perfect for touring cyclists on road bikes. Boulder Junction is also surrounded by hundreds of miles of quiet roadways offering spectacular woodland scenery and unbelievable waterscapes.
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