Welcome to this little slice of heaven we call Eagle River.
Come fall, our tree’s sure hog the spotlight, but there’s lots of other fun to find in their shadows. Make sure you get in some last boating, fishing and hiking trips before the sun sets on the season. Oh, and of course, don’t forget to get in an eyeful of that beautiful fall Northwoods color we’re known for.
Immersed in beauty and history, the land and settlements on it—now known as Eagle Waters Resort—is a place that needs to be experienced to fully appreciate. And when you do, you might think “I have found it.”
The Native American name “Kee-Mi-Con” translates to this phrase. In the mid-1800s, the property included a trading post, a bank, and a post office. It was a gathering place for fur traders, loggers, and natives. In many ways, it was an information hub and the ultimate goods matrix.