Top Reasons to Stay at The Four Seasons Island Resort
- The resort is located in the beautiful Wisconsin Northwoods on Miscauno Island, a patch of land carved out by the Menominee River.
- A nine-hole, par-34 golf course surrounds the property. It features large bunkers and two enormous water hazards: the Menominee River and the Miscauno Creek.
- The Four Seasons rents bicycles, kayaks, canoes and has captain-guided pontoon tours to help guests explore the area.
- Standard suites have balconies that look out on the woods, luxury suites have separate living rooms, and premium suites have all of the above plus a full kitchen.
- On Friday and Saturday there’s live music in the resort lounge and karaoke in the sports bar. Stop by any day for local microbrews, martinis, and cocktails.
- The Four Seasons Steakhouse serves Prime cuts of meat as well as seafood and pasta.
- The indoor pool, sauna, and whirlpool stay open from 5 a.m. to midnight.
- The resort has been open for more than 100 years and was the rumored retreat of Chicago mobster Al Capone.
Pembine, Wisconsin: Waterfall Capital of the Northwoods
Pembine is tucked away in the Wisconsin Northwoods, about 80 miles north of Green Bay. It's a quiet, secluded little town. The Menominee River runs just east of Pembine and feeds into some beautiful waterfalls, which have earned the region the nickname “Waterfall Capital of Wisconsin.” The falls are surrounded by hiking trails—and many have parking nearby.
The area’s many waterways offer great opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, tubing, and whitewater rafting. While you’re on the water, keep an eye out for herons and bald eagles. Anglers can seek out smallmouth bass, walleye, muskies, and other fish.