10311 Lower Kaubashine Rd, Minocqua Wisconsin 54548
Located on the shores of Lower Kaubashine Lake, the Hilltop Cottages Resort sits on 48 acres of land with a babbling brook and an additional 60+ acres of State of Wisconsin forest with beautiful undeveloped shoreline right next door.
All cottages are furnished, with cooking ranges, refrigerators, and shower stalls. Kitchens have a complete supply of cooking utensils, micro wave, pots & pans, coffee maker, toaster and dinner ware. All cottages have screened - in porches, Weber grill and a picnic table. A boat is furnished with each cabin rental. Boat motors are available at an additional charge.
Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
(Minocqua) Aqua Aire Motel
(Minocqua) Beacons of Minocqua
(Hazelhurst) Black's Cliff Resort
(Eagle River) Braywood Resort and Motel
(Mercer) Deadhorse Lodge
(Boulder Junction) Evergreen Lodge
10/17 Coming to The Minocqua area
Great Northern Beer Festival Eagle River WI June8 The Great Northern Beer Festival is a great opportunity to try many
different styles of beers from many different breweries.
Finnfest USA Hancock MI June19-23 FinnFest USA is a festival with strong academic, cultural, and commerce components presenting Finnish and Finnish American culture and heritage.
Cranberry Blossom Festival Wisconsin Rapids WI June20-23 More than 20 events including live music, a parade, arts and crafts, cranberry blossom tours, and culinary treats featuring Wisconsin's tart and tangy fruit, the cranberry!
Pig in the Pines Ribfest St. Germain WI August1-3 The 9th Annual Pig In The Pines RibFest features award winning ribs, live music every day, family attractions and an all-around good time.
Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival Cable WI September13-15 Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival has been conducting fat tire racing and fat tire fun since 1983. Chequamegon 40, Short and Fat tours, Rough Stuff Rendezvous, Cable Criterium, and Sunday Funday.
Apple Festival Bayfield WI October4-6 Apple Festival has been hailed as the “Best Festival in Wisconsin” by Wisconsin Trails Magazine and one of the “Top Ten Autumn Festivals in North America” by the Society of American Travel Writers.