Eagle River Chain

"Great Times Come With The Territory"

You really can't get a whole lot farther north and still be in the state of Wisconsin... but when you get to this area, you may not want to leave; it is the Northwoods at its very best. Nicely nestled up against a chain of 28 lakes -- the largest chain of freshwater lakes in the world -- and very close to the headwaters of the Wisconsin River, the town of Eagle River offers a full four seasons of fun and enjoyment.

Ready to go fishing!

With thousands of acres of Federal and state forest lands and many hundreds of lakes that range in size from 50 to 4,000 acres, there is every opportunity for every kind of water activity imaginable.  (more info on the ten lakes that make up the chain)  

Places to Stay

New Lakeside Home on the Eagle River Chain

New Lakeside Home on the Eagle River Chain!

3 Bedroom, 1 1/2 Bath, Sleeps 6   (minimum stay 2-7 nights)

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Chalet as viewed from the dock

2000 Sq Ft Chalet With Big Water View

3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Sleeps 6   (minimum stay 2-7 nights)

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Great view from the living room with fireplace

2500 Sq Ft Eagle River Vacation Home. Peaceful. Spacious.

3 Bedroom, 3 1/2 Bath, Sleeps 12   (minimum stay 2-3 nights)

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Great view of Yellow Birch Lake

2400 Sq Ft Waterfront Cottage on Eagle Lake Chain

4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Sleeps 12   (minimum stay 2-4 nights) Optional pontoon poat rental available

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Eagle River location

Lake Facts

  • Size: ~ 3600 acres; 70 miles of shoreline (10-lake chain)
  • Depth: varies, depending on the lake; Eagle Lake has a max depth of 34 feet
  • Fish Species: musky, walleye, bass, northern pike, bluegills, crapie and perch
  • Etc,: The fishing is absolutely first class, the water sports are endless and the peaceful places are infinite; over 500 miles of well-groomed and maintained snowmobile trails, as well as excellent cross country skiing. There is plenty of world-class lodging and first class dining venues, museums, special events, shopping and much, much more.
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Fishing Links

Wisconsin Hunting & Fishing Licenses:

 

Things to See

Northwoods Chilfren's Museum

Three Lakes Winery

Tribute Brewery & Taphouse

Hawk's Nest Canoe Outfitters