Resort Activities

Musky, northern pike, bass, and walleye dominate the game fish in Little St. Germain Lake. Crappie, bluegill, pumpkinseed, and perch are abundant pan fish. Good catches of fish are made throughout the year. The best fishing is generally from mid-May through June. December ice fishing can be excellent. For those of you who may need some assistance in catching fish, we can furnish you with names of guides. Guides offer you valuable fishing tips and are often successful when many fisherman are not.

- A fish house* is available for cleaning your fish during the warm weather months.

The lake is ideal for swimming from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Our sandy beach is approximately 12′ by 50′. Floats mark the shallow water area. The swimming area has no steep drop-offs and has a sand bottom. Swimmers can use the swim raft* for sunbathing, diving, etc.

We have several 14′ rowboats* available for our guests. 8 HP outboard motors are available to rent as well as 6 pontoon boats for those desiring a leisurely cruise around the lake or for some comfortable fishing. If you bring your own boat, the state’s free boat ramp is located on Tobin Lange Rd off Birchwood Drive, approximately 2 miles from the resort. Be sure to bring your fenders or boat bumpers if you bring your own boat. There are no size restrictions on the lake. Deep V hulls over 20′ will have to be careful in certain areas of the lake. The average lake depth varies from 5′ in No Fish Bay to 54′ in West Bay. Our bay averages a depth of 14′. Check out the boat/motor rental page for current rates.

During the summer season, June 17th to August 19, waterskiing* is offered to our guests. Countless persons have learned to waterski at the resort. Others have learned to slalom ski, etc. We start at 9:30AM Monday through Friday (weather permitting) and pull until we’re out of skiers. Each skier is given one turn each day. You’ll be able to show off your waterskiing skills behind our Malibu ski boat!

Two canoes* are available for our guests to use at no additional charge. The inlet to the lake, Muskellunge Creek, is located about 1/2 mile down our shoreline. The creek offers easy, peaceful canoeing. Most of the land along the creek is county land and is all wilderness.

Our four person paddleboat* is available to our guests free of charge.

You can work on your suntan as you relax on a lounge chair on the sun deck adjacent to the beach. Our north shore location allows our beach to receive sun all day long.

The playground area includes a commercial swing set that will handle adults as well as children, a giant sandpile filled with toys for the most creative individuals, a sand volleyball court, and a basketball hoop.

The gameroom is located on the second floor of the boathouse and includes ping pong table, magazines, and toddler toys.

Three kayaks* are available for our guests to use at no additional charge. There are two sit-on-tops and one sit-in. Good for all ages.

Walking, jogging, and hiking are enjoyed by many people. There are various trails throughout the area. You often see wildlife – deer, eagles, raccoons, etc.

During the summer season, Monday night is cookout *night at the resort. Bratwurst and hot dogs are furnished, along with beer and juice. You can bring a dish to pass to fill out the menu. This cookout gives you a chance to meet the others at the resort and enjoy some good Wisconsin bratwurst and hospitality.

One of the things people enjoy at the resort is watching wildlife. It is common to see eagles soaring in the sky, osprey diving for fish, loons calling back and forth, or a deer walking through the resort grounds. Mink, fox, coyotes, raccoons, otters, porcupines, and other animals may occasionally be seen around the area.

Every cabin has satellite TV and a combination DVD/VCR player.

The peace and quiet found at the resort provide a great opportunity to sit back and relax while reading a book or magazine. We have a small library of books and magazines in the game room.

For current snowmobile conditions visit our trails conditions page. Wintertime brings snow and snow brings the snowmobilers. Snowmobile trails lead almost everywhere. There are hundreds of miles of groomed trails waiting for you to explore. The main snowmobile trail exiting the east end of Little St. Germain Lake goes through our property, so we are definitely “right on the trail.” Whether you have a large or small trailer, there is plenty of parking for you at the resort. You can park your snowmobiles right outside your cabin. Gasoline is available to our guests 24 hours a day.

The resort is centrally located to many fine cross country ski trails, offering a variety of challenges – from beginner to expert.


*The resort’s package rates described on this website include the use of the resort’s many extra leisure time activities and facilities. Activities and leisure items included in our “package” rates are marked by an asterisk. These items are optional for the “lodging only” rate.

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