Experience The North Woods of Beautiful St. Germain
There's no better place to put the daily grind behind.
What to do in St. Germain
St. Germain has a plethora of activities for all ages to enjoy. In Summer, boating, fishing, waterskiing, are the most popular activities. Fall brings beautiful colors as well as hunting season. Winter is when those who enjoy twisting the throttle of a snowmobile are in their seasonal bliss. And of course Spring brings relaxation and an escape from from the daily grind.
What To Do
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What To See
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Events To Attend
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On Mondays, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, St. Germain has a flea market in the town park. Many vendors display a variety of goods. Arts and crafts shows are especially popular in the spring, summer and fall. St. Germain’s events include the Classic Car Roundup, Independence Day celebration, Colorama and snowmobile radar run. Other events in the neighboring communities include arts and crafts shows, flea markets, lumberjack shows, and wild game feeds.
Many of our guests enjoy shopping – whether it is buying food, clothes, souvenirs, etc. The St. Germain shopping area is 3.5 miles from the resort. The supermarket and bakery offer a good variety of food. Our shopping area includes a hardware store, gift shops, sport marine store, pharmacy, bait shops, and convenience stores. Eagle River and Minocqua are not far if you cannot find something in St. Germain. Mondays, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, St. Germain has a flea market in the town park. Many vendors display a variety of goods.
There are over 20 restaurants and taverns in the St. Germain area to choose from. From ethnic fine cuisine, to good ol’ fashion americana meals, the choices are more numerous when you include the surrounding communities. Bring your appetites and enjoy some great eating at reasonable prices.
Northern Wisconsin was carved by the glaciers many years ago. Hundreds of lakes dot the countryside. You will find thousands of acres of county, state, and national forests in the area. You can get off the beaten path to tour cranberry marshes, observe waterfalls, visit wildlife parks, see the shores of Lake Superior – the largest of the Great Lakes, and many other things. You will enjoy sightseeing around the area – be sure to bring your camera!
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.
Sayner and Rhinelander have museums where you can learn about the history of Northern Wisconsin’s early days when logging was the primary industry before tourism became popular.
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Contact us by Email
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Contact us by Phone
If you’d like to talk to us, feel free to contact us by phone at 715/542-3765.
Visit us in Person
If you happen to have found us while visiting the area, stop on in and visit us. Our office is open most days from 9 – 5.