In the Northwoods fall is one of our favorite seasons of the year and we would like to share it with you! Imagine breathing in fresh crisp air while seeing the extraordinary mixtures of colors in the trees. The autumn weather is perfect for going on bike rides, hiking trips and early morning fishing trips. Give us a call today so we can help you plan your fall adventure at the Wild Eagle Lodge.
The Eagle River area has numerous biking and hiking trails for your enjoyment. Some of our favorites are the Anvil Lake Trails, Nicolet North Trails, and Three Eagle Trail. These trails wind through the National Forests and around crystal clear lakes, giving you a glimpse of beauty not found anywhere else. There is nothing better than getting your daily dose of exercise while your eyes fest on the wonderment of nature.
Being located on the Chain of 28 Lakes offers Wild Eagle Lodge guests a one-of-a-kind opportunity to head out on a fishing voyage. This is one of the best ways to view the fall colors, as you’re casting along the shorelines during trophy musky season. After a day out on the water, you can come back and warm up by the fire or enjoy a dip in the hot tub. If chasing that trophy fish is not your cup of tea, you can always enjoy a relaxing day out on the water viewing the many historic homes and boat houses along the shore.
Autumn also brings with it many annual events and festivals to the Eagle River area. You want to be sure not to miss Cranberry Fest on October 2-3 2010, which brings crafters from all over the state as well as a celebration of the cranberry harvest. Two other great events are Wild Eagle Lodges’ Musky school and Oktobearfest. These events are a great way not only to enjoy the area, but you might also find that missing treasure for your living room. You can get more information on all of our great festivals and track the progress of the colors at our fall colors watch page. Enjoy and treat yourself to a memorable fall getaway in the Northwoods!