Things To Do

We have a large sand play area for the kids with a jungle gym and a swing for the little ones. We also have the original maypole from the 1920’s schoolhouse. It can be a blast for the young at heart who remember what it is. You may bring and dock your own boat at no extra cost or bring your own motor for one of our boats. We also rent motors and extra boats, as well as life jackets, which are the law in Wisconsin.

We have a very nice fish cleaning building with stainless steel cleaning tables and hot and cold running water. We offer some bait and freezers to keep your catch in. There is freezer paper and tape to wrap your catch in and a freezer just for the heads and skins of your cleaned fish. This helps keep the smell down on those warmer days.

We like to check you in and then try not to bother you the rest of the week so you can enjoy yourselves however you wish. We are almost always available if you need something extra. Enough about us. You may wonder what there is to do in the area. There are many options. If you like to golf there are at least seven 18 hole courses within 30 minutes of us with one just 5 minutes away outside of Birchwood.

Man and woman holding fish.

Thirty minutes away is Hayward with many tourist-orientedplaces to visit. If walking is your thing, the Ice Age walking trail runs through Birchwood. You can choose to walk down a quiet forest road where wildlife may greet you.

If you want more adventure you can rent an ATV in town and ride the Tuscobia  Trail or many others trails it leads you to. Be sure to get a map as once in the woods all the trees look the same.

You can swim in the lake or take the kids to Doolittle Park in Birchwood to their beach on Birch Lake. It is free to everyone. If you like to shop–and what woman doesn’t–Birchwood has junk and antique shops as well as a grocery, hardware. There is a bank with an ATM, a post office, lumber yard and laundry mat. If it’s entertainment and food you seek, there is a café, pizza den, and two taverns.

Girl doing a cannonball off a dock into a lake