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Located 2 miles from downtown Eagle River, the WildWood resort offers five two-bedroom cottages, on the shores of Duck Lake, as well as a one-bedroom off-lake cottage. Cottage ameneties include modern kitchens, baths with showers, comfortable living rooms, screened porches, weber grill, shared pedal boat and canoe and a 14 foot aluminum boat or dock space.

Fisherman will love fishing in the 28 lakes that surround the area and make-up the largest chain of freshwater lakes in the world.

Whether you want to bake on the beach or drop a line in the lake, WildWood Resort is the perfect gettaway spot.

Location: 1920 McKinley Boulevard, Eagle River Wisconsin 54521 Telephone 715-479-5807

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

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