Summer 2017 Millenials

Instagram-Worthy Experiences

Grab your crew and get up to Eagle River for a weekend away from the hustle and bustle. Experience all of the small-town quirks we have to offer, get back to nature, and try some of our local beers while you’re here. There’s plenty for your group to do, taste, and see, and we promise … you’re gonna want to share your vacation pics.

Walk the Plank

If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind weekend, join the crew at Pirates Hideaway for a tour onboard their pirate ship. Cruise around on our Chain of 28 Lakes to see the beautiful Northwoods’ scenery then follow it up with a bite or beer at their tiki bar.

Rent a Cottage

Get the authentic Northwoods experience and keep your group together by renting a cottage.  Cook, play cards, and catch up around the bonfire. Lakeside locations let you have all the fun you want without leaving and deep-woods cabins let you get as loud as you like, just don’t wake the bears.

Get Out On the Water

With the World’s Largest Chain of 28 Lakes, there’s no shortage of water fun around here. Rent a pontoon boat, jet ski, or kayak and dive on in.

Sample Local Beers

Pay a visit to Tribute Brewing Company for local taps. With fresh brews, a big selection, and peanuts on the floor, every day is beer fest here.

Go Four Wheeling

Rent an ATV or UTV or bring your own and see the area like never before. Zip through tree-lined trails and feel the rush of going full-throttle. Routes expand from Eagle River and the Town of Lincoln to Conover and Phelps.

Go Outside

The scenery here is about as good as you’ll find anywhere. Breathtaking sunsets, vibrant trees for miles, and reflective lakes will have you snapping photos left and right.

Head to Up North Beerfest

Plan your vacation during our annual Up North Beerfest. It’s a good place to sample from more than 30 breweries, learn about the brewing process and take home your own souvenir glass.

Grab a Cup of Joe

The Blend offers some of the freshest coffee in Eagle River. Sip small batch coffee in-house or on-the-go. It’s the best way to start your day.

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