Vacation like a Lumber Baron!
In 1926 Lumber Baron L.L. Barth built the Clam Lake Lodge on idyllic lakeshore on Upper Clam Lake. Mr. Barth built the Lodge as his family’s summer home and as a private resort to entertain friends, business and political associates. The Clam Lake Lodge contained amenities in 1926 that were only attainable if you were a tycoon, like L.L. Barth. Fast forward 86 years and the Clam Lake Lodge has returned to its glory. Truly fit for a lumber baron, the Lodge contains amenities not seen in many North Woods vacation homes. Come to the Clam Lake Lodge and vacation like a modern day lumber baron!
Clam Lake Lodge and Wapiti Cabin sit on 350 feet of Upper
Clam Lake frontage one mile south of the village of Clam Lake, Wisconsin. The
property has incredible views of Campfire Island, which sits in the middle of
the lake. Clam Lake is located in the heart of the 860,000 acre
Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Clam Lake is the only town located in this
725 square mile section of the Chequamegon (roughly the same size of the Twin
Cities metropolitan area). Clam Lake is blessed with an abundance of activities,
and Clam Lake Lodge and Wapiti Cabin are
the perfect places to call home for you to base your adventures.
Why Clam Lake? Click here for a page of local attractions and activities.
Clam Lake Lodge and Wapiti Cabin for your large group
Fall 2014/Winter 2014/2015
$725 per night 3 night minimum stay.
Summer 2015 (includes 20 foot Bennington pontoon)
$925 per night 4 night minimum stay.
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To make a reservation please contact:
Clam Lake Lodge
60462 Clam Lake Drive
Clam Lake, WI 54517
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