Osthoff Resort, The
The Osthoff Resort is a AAA Four Diamond hotel located on the beautiful shores of Elkhart Lake. The resort offers spacious accommodations with 500 ft. of sandy beach, three dining areas including a fine dining restaurant with lounge and outdoor dining, casual dining room with outdoor patio, and a lake deck with live music. Resort also includes: L'ecole de la Maison cooking school, Aspira Spa, indoor and outdoor pools, saunas, whirlpools, fitness centers, game room and arcade, watercraft and mountain bike rentals, tennis court, childrens' summer and holiday activities program and nearby golf.
Hours of Operation
Open Year Round.
From Milwaukee, take I-43 north to Hwy 57 junction at Saukville. Go north on Hwy 57 to Hwy 23. Take Hwy 23 west to Hwy 67. Go north on Hwy 67 and continue into Elkhart Lake. Turn left at the four-way stop and turn left onto Osthoff Ave. Follow the curving road a short distance to The Osthoff Resort which is on your right.
- On Water
- Disabled Access
- Boating Services Available
On-Site Spa Amenities
- Food Service
- Fish Fry
Canoeing & Kayaking Services Available
On-site Resort Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Boat Rentals
- Spa Services
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