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September 19, 2015

Northern Exposure Golf Scramble

Held at Watersmeet Casino Golf Course. Cost is $50, includes 18 holes and chicken & rib dinner at Northern Exposure at 5:00pm. Golf prizes and door prizes.
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July 24, 2012

Business spotlight: Vilas County

Traveling to Vilas County? Learn more about these local businesses.

Experience luxury log cabin comfort at the Timberline Inn in downtown Manitowish Waters. The Timberline Inn is a great place to relax and take in the peace and quiet of the Northwoods.

On the shores of Big Lake in St. Germain, you’ll find Lynn Ann’s Campground. The wooded campsites are clean and scenic. And, Big Lake offers some of the best fishing in the Northwoods for musky, walleye, bass, northern pike and panfish.

Sunrise Lodge on the shores of Lac Vieux Desert in Land O’ Lakes can accommodate parties ranging from one to 25. You’ll find a variety of units featuring fireplaces, full kitchens and an array of amenities. But the best feature of Sunrise Lodge might be the lake. Lac Vieux Desert is an enormous lake – 4,200 acres – and boasts great fishing for walleye, northern pike, musky, perch and crappie.

The Gateway Lodge in Land O’ Lakes has been serving vacationers and outdoorsmen for more than 100 years. Located right on the boundary that separates Wisconsin from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, it is the epitome of a Northwoods lodge.

At Edgewater Inn & Cottages in Eagle River, you can choose from the cozy comfort of a knotty pine room at the inn or the rustic charm of a cottage. Located on the waterfront of the Eagle River Chain of Lakes, it’s the perfect place to stay if you want to enjoy fishing, boating or just relaxing by the water.

Try your luck at Lake of the Torches Resort Casino in Lac du Flambeau. In addition to slot machines, blackjack tables, bingo and a poker room, you’ll find a fantastic buffet and great entertainment.

Fun for the whole family, Eagle Falls Adventure Golf in downtown Eagle River offers 18 holes of top-notch mini-golf. Waterfalls, rivers and fountains highlight this course, which is based on a 1950s fishing camp theme.

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June 26, 2012

Business spotlight: Stevens Point Area

Traveling to the Stevens Point Area? Learn more about these local businesses.

If you’re looking to be creative, stop by Clay Corner Studio to engage your hands in the arts. You’ll be able to paint pottery, work the pottery wheel, sculpt with clay and try your hand at glass fusing. No appointment is needed. Just drop in and get to work!

See the work of some talented local artists at Koerten’s Fine Framing and Gifts in Stevens Point. Work includes stunning wildlife photography and masterful paintings.

If you’re visiting the Stevens Point Area with the kids, take them to the Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum in downtown Stevens Point. The museum offers an array of hands-on exhibits and activities that are sure to entertain the kids.

If you’re looking for some excitement, head to Mohican North Star Casino Resort in Bowler. You’ll find slots, table games, poker and bingo, as well as a spa and entertainment. If you’re hungry, there are two dining options and a coffee house.

If you get a kick out of Model Ts and ’57 Chevys, don’t miss the Iola Old Car Show from July 12-15 in Iola, just minutes from Stevens Point. This year’s show will be the 40th anniversary of the event. The show will feature a tribute to Plymouth, Oldsmobile, Mercury and Pontiac. Later in the summer, August 11-12, Iola will host the Vintage Military & Gun Show, which brings vintage military vehicles and equipment from around the Midwest.

For the classic Wisconsin supper club experience, try the Red Mill Supper Club in Stevens Point. Fantastic drinks, sensational seafood, perfectly prepared prime rib and juicy steaks are what you’ll enjoy in this cozy restaurant.

Comfort Suites in Stevens Point is a great place to get a good night’s sleep. The hotel is located within walking distance of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, putting you close to the action.

Located right off I-39 and Highway 51, the Holiday Inn in Stevens Point is a convenient place to stay. As soon as you set foot into the hotel’s beautiful lobby, you know you’re someplace special. The Splash Point Water Park and its three-story slide will be a hit with the kids.

The Wild West Campground & Corral in Amherst sits on 90 acres of beautiful forests and meadows. In addition to horseback riding and hayrides, you’ll find a full-service campground, offering electric/water sites and a dump station. For a Wild West experience in the heart of Wisconsin, this is the place to be.

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