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Cozy Cabin On The Lake

Secluded lake home on beautiful East Horsehead lake. Features open concept dining, living, and kitchen with 2 bedrooms. Main living space features a premium queen futon as additional sleeping accommodations. Large deck leading to firepit and lake frontage. 50" TV in living room with DVD player. WIFI, netflix, hulu Many activities close by: - Nature - Fishing - Swimming - Hunting - Biking - Snowmobile trail access - ATV Trails - Golf - 20 minutes from Minoqua, Rhinelander, & Thomahawk

$140 per night
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  2. Lake Tomahawk
The Nest on Bird Lake

The VIEW...period. You will love this 3 bed, 2 bath (1,600 sq. ft) rustic cabin just FEET from pristine Bird Lake. This is perfect for families & fits 6-8 people comfortably. The cabin features two living spaces, a dining room, as well as a furnished kitchen, all over-looking the lake. We are close to snowmobile trails for that winter getaway or bring your boat and tie up to the dock for your summer vacation. Only 15 minutes south of Minocqua. Equipped w/ ROKU T.V., Wi-Fi, and fireplace.

$307 per night
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  2. Hazelhurst
NEW! Lakefront Hazelhurst Cabin: Dock & Pool Table

Embark on the ultimate lake retreat when you stay at this 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom vacation rental cabin in Hazelhurst, boasting 2 fully equipped kitchens, a pool table, fireplace, and a great outdoor space with a private dock, expansive deck, screened porch, and gas grill. With direct access to Silver Lake, easily spend your days boating, tanning, or fishing. There’s a few other lakes nearby that you can explore, as well as a plethora of guided adventure tours for the entire group to enjoy!

$374 per night

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Lake Cabin in the Heart of Downtown Minocqua, WI
$290 per night
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  2. Minocqua
Minocqua Retreat Home ...7 miles from downtown!!!
$265 per night
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Betsy’s Bay Retreat
$186 per night
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  2. Arbor Vitae
Unit C at Towering Pines on Little Spider Lake
$126 per night
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  2. Woodruff
Lakefront Woodruff Cabin
$129 per night
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  2. Arbor Vitae
The croquet cabin your year round romantic escape
$171 per night
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  2. Arbor Vitae
New listing! Lakefront cabin with dock, over-water deck, year-round views!
$219 per night
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  2. Minocqua
Waters Edge Cabin on Lake Minocqua
$150 per night
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  2. Lake Tomahawk
Watters Edge Retreat - Lakeside Cabin
$246 per night
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  2. Arbor Vitae
Unit B at Towering Pines on Little Spider Lake
$133 per night
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  2. Saint Germain
Water's Edge Resort Cabin With WiFi and Gas Fireplace - Seasonally Dog-Friendly!
$99 per night
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  2. Manitowish Waters
Waterfront modified A-frame on chain of 10 lakes
$254 per night

Minocqua house rentals

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Quaint lakefront cabin w/ indoor & outdoor fireplace, private dock - dogs OK!
$271 per night
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  2. Eagle River
Lakefront Home w/ Deck, Grill, Fireplace, Firepit, AC, and WIFI!
$323 per night
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Dog & family-friendly house w/forested lake views, waterfront, and private dock
$287 per night
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  2. Tomahawk
Dog-friendly lakefront home with high-speed WiFi, dock, private w/d, & firepit
$200 per night
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OUTDOOR ENTHUSIAST…PERFECT LOCATION!!
$195 per night
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  2. Rhinelander
Secluded Lake Front Gem with Breathtaking Views & Free WiFi - Dogs Welcome
$142 per night
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  2. Minocqua
Charming, New, Custom Designed Northwoods-Get-Away
$350 per night
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  2. Eagle River
Dog-friendly waterfront cabin w/ wood-burning fireplace, boat dock, & firepit!
$188 per night
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Welcoming, Custom Designed Northwoods-Get-Away
$350 per night
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  2. Lac du Flambeau
New listing! Lakefront home w/dock, swimming area, kayaks, sunset views
$279 per night
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  2. Rhinelander
**Remodeled 3BR family cottage on Lake Thompson**
$135 per night
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  2. Minocqua
Blue Lake Cottage - Overlooks Blue Lake - 10 minutes from Downtown Minocqua
$246 per night

Minocqua condo rentals

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Condo on Plum Lake
$100 per night
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  2. Eagle River
Private Lakefront Condo - Eagle Lake On The Chain
$325 per night
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  2. Eagle River
Newly Built Condo On Duck Lake w/Decks, Private Dock & a Firepit
$361 per night
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  2. Eagle River
Comfortable 3-level condo w/ deck & gas fireplace - close to Dollar Lake!
$272 per night
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Bull Frog Bay #1 - Relax In This Cozy Downtown Duplex Unit Overlooking Beautiful Lake Minocqua!
$185 per night
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  2. Eagle River
High-End Condo on Duck Lake with Chef’s Kitchen and Private Boat Dock!
$393 per night
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  2. Eagle River
Gorgeous, Three-Story Condo w/Free WiFi, Theater Room & Lake Access
$433 per night
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  2. Eagle River
Lovely condo w/ a lake access plus shared tennis & basketball courts
$186 per night
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  2. Eagle River
Charming lakefront condo w/ gas fireplace, private deck close on chain of lakes!
$198 per night
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Cozy condo w/ a private balcony & shared tennis - close to private beach
$326 per night
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Modern Water-View Condo with Fast WiFi, Gas Fireplace, Patio & Gas Grill
$181 per night
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  2. Sayner
Lakefront Cabin with Plum Lake Views, Private Dock, Beach Access, & Shared Pool
$188 per night

Your guide to Minocqua

Welcome to Minocqua

It takes just one look at a map to understand why they call this region Wisconsin’s Lake Country. In fact, Minocqua is situated on a tiny peninsula jutting into a lake ringed with beautiful boathouses, and you can fish right off the public pier downtown. Minocqua, and the nearby communities of Woodruff and Arbor Vitae, offer an ideal getaway for people who love both summer and winter outdoor activities. Walleye and bass are plentiful in these waters, and there are so many small lakes around that you could find your own, spending the morning with no one but the birds to keep you company. Hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails wind their way around the lakes, and when the snows descend, the trails are marked with tracks from cross-country skis, snowshoes, and snowmobiles.

The town of Minocqua itself is a charming basecamp, with plenty of shops, breweries, and restaurants to entertain you between adventures. (The Friday night fish fries in this region are legendary.) The 36-foot-tall statue of Paul Bunyan and Babe is not the only remnant of this area’s logging past — lumberjack shows take place in Woodruff all summer.


How do I get around Minocqua?

Minocqua is remote enough to require a car to drive around — and to get there in the first place. No intercity buses or trains pass through this part of Wisconsin. Several daily flights from Midwestern hubs arrive at Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport (RHI) in Rheinlander, 27 miles to the southeast, and you can rent a car there or take a taxi to Minocqua. You may find it just as convenient to fly into Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP), which is around 250 miles, or a 4-hour drive, to the west. You won’t find public transportation options once you’re in town, but you can rent bikes, all manner of boats, and snowmobiles to get around on land or water.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Minocqua?

The population of Minocqua quadruples in summer, which should tell you a little bit about the considerable appeal of Wisconsin’s lake country. All those lakes keep the July and August weather from being oppressively hot, though the weather does tend toward the muggy. (Thanks to the lakes, you’ll also want to bring lots of bug spray.) The fishing season begins in late spring and goes through early fall, when the temperatures dip into chilly territory. October turns the entire countryside brilliant shades of orange and red — perfect for hikes and scenic drives. The snows start in late October and peak in December and January, when the temperature often drops below zero degrees Fahrenheit. But those are also the perfect conditions for cozying up in one of the area’s cabin rentals and activities such as cross-country skiing, snowmobile riding, and the city’s favorite winter sport: snowshoe baseball.


What are the top things to do in Minocqua?

Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest

The Wisconsin state authorities have counted 900 lakes in this 236,000-acre park, located just a few miles from downtown Minocqua. There are plentiful trails for you to meander on, sandy beach spots with picnic areas, and a nature center at Crystal Lake Campground that offers displays and educational talks. You’ll also find dozens of campsites, including a few primitive backcountry spots that require a canoe to get to. Keep in mind that you’ll need a state park admission sticker for your car.

Hanging out in the water

If you aren’t driving to Minocqua with your own boat in tow, never fear: There are a number of rental shops that will hook you up with everything you need to hang out on the water, from tubes and stand-up paddle boards to pontoons for slow cruises. You could set your canoe into the water and spend the day exploring the chain of Minocqua Lakes. Anglers here set their sights on walleye, bigmouth and smallmouth bass, bluegill, and muskie. If you visit in winter, the fishing doesn’t stop — it simply moves onto the ice.

Minocqua Winter Park

This nonprofit hub for snow sports, which combines a municipal park with trails through private lands, is a popular destination for all manner of winter fun. In addition to the 54 miles of trails dedicated to cross-country skiing, you’ll find groomed paths for fat-tire bikes and snowshoes, hills for tubing down, and a lake for ice-skating, as well as fire pits and refreshments.