Grand Lake Cabin Rental with Large Deck and Lawn in Ashland County, WisconsinMellen, Wisconsin (United States of America)
Grand Lake Cabin Rental with Large Deck and Lawn in Ashland County, Wisconsin
"Everything about this cabin is amazing! Has everything you need, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, boating, hiking and so much more! There is a great feel…"
This stunning cabin is the perfect rental for a group to enjoy a glamping getaway to English Lake in Ashland County, Wisconsin. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom property sleeps eight comfortably in beds. It features one king-size bed, one queen-size bed, two twin-size beds, and two full-size pull-out couches. Two full-size aero beds are also available for guests' use. In addition, the cabin boasts a 900-square-foot cedar-wood deck with outdoor seating for 10 people and gas and charcoal grills, too. There is also a beautiful swimming beach with a boat dock for guests to enjoy throughout their stay.
This spacious and luxury glamping cabin features a huge private deck and patio around the back of the property, as well as a very large lawn for glamping to use to play recreational games in the warm weather together.
All towels and linens will be supplied for glampers by the hosts. There are also rowing boats and kayaks available for glampers to use free of charge, in addition to life jackets for both adults and youths.
Glampers will be pleased to know that there is in-floor heating for them to turn on during the colder months, and for those staying in the summer, they can use the air conditioning system that is set up throughout the glamping cabin.
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Private Barbecue
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Children allowed 2-12 years old
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Location and surroundings
Mellen, Wisconsin (United States of America)
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- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Wildlife watching
Located just outside of the 860,000-acre Chequamegon Forest makes for endless recreational opportunities. Fish, boat, swim, canoe, kayak, stand-up paddleboarding, or just explore the dozens of lakes and streams in the Clam Lake area. Hunt, hike, ski, snowshoe, snowmobile, and ATV on the hundreds of miles of trails.
The Chippewa Flowage is an impoundment of the Chippewa River, the same river that flows through many of the Clam Lake area lakes. The Namekagon River 15 miles west is a blue ribbon trout stream and is known to be one of the best trout fisheries in the midwest. Chequamegon Bay on Lake Superior in Ashland is world renowned for its smallmouth bass. Saxon Harbor and Bayfield offer fishing charters for chasing Lake Superior lake trout and king salmon. The Bois Brule River has tremendous steelhead fishing. The local lakes offer great fishing for panfish, crappies, bass, walleye and musky. There are many local streams that offer great brook trout fishing. The variety of fishing in the area is hard to beat.
Ashland County offers 280 miles of groomed trails, Bayfield County offers 600 miles of groomed trails, and Sawyer County also has 600 miles of groomed trails. Clam Lake sits at the intersection of all three counties. State Corridor Trails eight and 25 passes through the area. Besides the nearly 1,600 miles of groomed trails are thousands of miles of forest roads to explore. Ride from Clam Lake to the famous Lakewood's Resort on Lake Namakagon only 12 miles away.
Golf Capital of Wisconsin:
The Hayward/Cable area is known as the golf capital of the state. Clam Lake, which is just 20 minutes from this glamping site, is close to many championship courses. Glampers can stay for a week and play a different championship course each day.
The CAMBA (Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association) trails are the premier system of trails in the Midwest. The CAMBA off-road bike system consists of over 300 miles of marked and mapped routes through a near-wilderness area of striking beauty and peaceful solitude. The CAMBA system is quickly becoming the singletrack Mecca of the midwest. The Namakagon cluster trailhead is located eight miles west of Clam Lake. The Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival takes place each September with nearly 3,000 riders taking part in the race.
The area is blessed with tremendous hunting. Upland bird hunters come from all over the USA for the tremendous Ruffed Grouse and Woodcock hunting. The Park Falls area of the southern Chequamegon is known as the Ruffed Grouse Capital of the World. The world record Black Bear was shot just east of Clam Lake near Glidden. Bayfield County is known as one of the best counties in the world for Boone and Crockett black bears. The elusive Whitetail deer is always a challenge in the wild big woods. With dozens of lakes and streams in the area, Clam Lake is popular with duck hunters.