Area & Activities
Northern Wisconsin Resort Cabins Central to Outdoor Activities, Recreation & Attractions
Bayfield County Wisconsin Family Vacation Activities
Come enjoy everything Northern Wisconsin has to offer…from our beautiful lake to our wonderful trails and ever changing seasons… We look forward to seeing you at the Delta Lodge soon!!
We now have snowshoes available to lend to our guests.
- Lake Superior Scenic Byway
- Nordic/Alpine Skiing/Snowshoeing
- Family Gatherings & Reunions
- Lost Creek Adventures’ Apostle Islands Paddling Workshops & Events
We offer seasonal discounts off our peak rates! Call or check out rates available at different times of the year – CLICK HERE!
Delta Lodge is located in the heart of Chequamegon National Forest. People enjoy hiking, biking, swimming, fishing and sitting around a campfire at the end of the day enjoying the view from an adirondak chair. There are 13 cabins in which to stay while enjoying and experiencing nature in this beautiful spot.
There are campfire pits throughout the grounds if you like to make campfires in the evening – we provide the firewood. A boat comes with the cabin rental for your exclusive use on Lake Everett; there are three additional boats on Delta Lake for guests to use. There are nine kayaks, a canoe and paddleboat for guests to share. There is a 70’ swimming dock and swimming raft – a great for a launch into the clear, spring-fed lake. Or, you can park yourself in the sand on an Adirondack chair and watch the kids build an ecology pool (or swim) while you catch up on your reading.
Frequently Answered Fishing Questions: Bass, Blue Gill, Northern and Crappie. Lake Everett is a built like a big bowl – very deep, spring-fed, 35 acres and self-contained. The best fishing is near the shoreline, cigars optional. Delta Lake is a 180-acre flowage – the best fishing is through the channels into Bear (20 acres) and Hay Lakes (60 acres) and around the islands. Where the water is constricted the bigger fish are fishing for the smaller fish caught up in the current. Hay Lake drains into a tributary of the White River, which is great for trout fishing with a fly rod.
Both lakes are suited for silent sports – small horsepower motors, kayaks, canoes, swimming and fishing. Neither lake is suited for water-skiing or wave runners. There are lakes within driving distance, the Pike Lake Chain or Lake Owen, which are good for water sports involving speed and wakes.
Other activities: hiking, horseback riding (the Benson Horse Ranch), ATVing (tri-county corridor), mountain biking (CAMBA trails) and road biking, touring Bayfield, Madeline Island and the Apostle Islands, touring Hayward including Wilderness Walk and the Lumberjack Shows. Lots of restaurants populate the area including the Delta Diner, which is just a mile away. If you want to put together a tour of area pottery shops and other Lake Superior art galleries just ask Marilyn.
If you are interested in availability information or to request a brochure, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us (715) 372-4299 so we can assist you personally!