Stone Lake is the perfect destination for a romantic getaway. Take a stroll through this quaint downtown or take a hike in the beautiful Stone Lake Wetland Park. Afterwards, grab a table at Red Schoolhouse Wines and taste the many great wines including the specialty Cranberry Wine. Stay at one of the romantic B&B’s, The Lake House which is located on Stone Lake or New Mountain Bed & Breakfast with a hilltop view of Big Lake Sissabagama. Be sure to check out Rustic Road 71 which winds around beautiful Stone Lake.
Stone Lake Family Fun Day
Come to Stone Lake and enjoy a fun-filled day of activities for children and families. Events include: sidewalk sales, kids' games, pet photo contest,...
Stone Lake Cranberry Festival
The first Saturday of October every year brings thousands of people to the annual Stone Lake Cranberry Festival held in celebration of the cranberry harvest....
Summit Lake Game Farm & Campground
Summit Lake Game Farm is a sportsmen's paradise... With many shooting sports, hunting, camping, bar & restaurant, cabins, nature trails, and access to area ATV...
New Mountain Bed & Breakfast
You are welcome year 'round to enjoy our Scandinavian hospitality with a hilltop view of Big Sissabagama Lake. Located between Hayward and Spooner, six miles...
Still Waters Executive Retreat
Come stay at our Northwoods dream home. A full real log, executive retreat, located on 600 feet of a semi-private lake and surrounded by 80+ acres of forest....
Eat and Drink Northwoods style at Pine Ridge. Pine Ridge is a rustic log building built in the 1920's located on Lake Sissabagama in Stone Lake. Home of rack...
Family owned since 1983, The Hideaway takes great pride in preparing several homemade specialties. We use Black Angus 85+% fresh ground beef. Franks famous...
Up North Coffee
Featuring Backroads Coffee, Smoothies, Lattes, Specialty Drinks, Pastries. Lunch is served on the Weekends. A variety of gift items are also...
Five Towns Terrific for Fall
Things to Do
From cranberries to quilts, fright fests to ATVs, these five Wisconsin towns are celebrating fall in a big way. These are five towns you are not going to want...
Celebrating Wisconsin’s Cranberries
Wisconsin supplies more than half the world’s cranberries, and it’s harvest time! Now’s your chance to visit marshes and experience the fun firsthand.