Red House on the Hill on Dam Lake in Eagle River, WI, offers four season lodging just southwest of downtown Eagle River on the 5 lake Sugar Camp Chain. This 2 bedroom, 1 bath air conditioned rental is located on the north shore of Dam Lake with 275' of sandy shoreline. There are 10 acres on the water with an additional 50 acres across the road abutting the Amerian Legion State Forest for hunting, hiking, biking and exploring. The home has a queen size bed in the master bedroom and a set of twin beds in the second bedroom. The living room has a spectacular view of the lake and has a woodburning fireplace and a queen size sofa sleeper. The home has a beautiful country kitchen overlooking the woods. There is a lakeside deck with a million dollar view of Dam Lake. The Sugar Camp Chain has a total of 2300 acres of water that includes Dam Lake, Sand Lake, Stone Lake, Echo Lake, and Chain Lake. This is a wonderful body of water with Canadian like backwaters for excellent fishing and exploring and for the photographers there are abundant eagle, osprey and loon nests. This property is ideal for hunting as you walk from your door onto 50 acres of private woods abutting the American Legion State Forest. In the Winter, snowmobile from your door onto hundreds of miles of the best groomed and marked trails in the country, as the Eagle River Sno-Eagles, St. Germain Bo-Boen and Sugar Camp Snowmobile trails all merge at Dam Lake (the popular trail #15).
Fishing, swimming, boating, waterskiing, tubing, hiking, biking (come
ride the areas new paved bike trails), golfing, star gazing, go karts
(Elmers) horseback riding (Elmers), hunting, snowmobiling, ice
fishing, cross country skiing, geo-caching, Children's museum, wildlife parks,
water ski shows, historical museums, antiquing. We are conveniently
located between Eagle River and St. Germain for ease in dining out at
the areas finest restaurants and for shopping in all the areas unique
stores and all the fests held in the area thruout the year such as
Watermelon Days, Apple Fest, Cranberry Fest, and Klondike Days. There
are also 2 restaurants on this chain open for lunch and dinner that
are accessible by boat.