There's no place like home, which is why travel guides written by turtles are all so repetitive. Leave your shell with today's Groupon to Lakewood Resort in Tomahawk. Choose from the following options:
- For $135, you get a three-night stay in Cabin 7 (a $225 value).
- For $144, you get a three-night stay in Cabin 10 (a $240 value).
- For $225, you get a three-night stay in Cabin 1, 3, or 6 (a $375 value).
- For $270, you get a three-night stay in Cabin 2, 4, 5, 9, or 13 (a $450 value).
- For $342, you get a three-night stay in Cabin 8 or 11 (a $570 value).
- For $450, you get a three-night stay in Cabin 14 (a $750 value).
An additional advance deposit is not required for Groupon holders.
Lakewood Resort's 13 cabins line the shores of Lake Nokomis, unveiling views of its 2,400 acres of water. The cabins, which sport up to five bedrooms, can host from two to 10 people. Heating floods interiors on chilly nights, and kitchens come equipped with basic appliances and dishes so guests don't have to refrigerate things by hand. The picnic tables and grills outside certain units tempt palates with the possibility of alfresco dining, and the on-site playground, basketball court, fire pit, and WiFi-endowed Lakewood Lounge beckon guests to leave their cottages. Visitors should outfit their temporary lodgings with linens, pillows, towels, toiletries, and player pianos from home.
Area attractions from golf and shopping to festivals and craft shows tempt travelers to explore their surroundings. Lake Nokomis's walleye and bass jostle for the honor of latching onto anglers' hooks, and nearby boat rentals launch excursions across the lake's waters. Hikers and bikers trek the Hiawatha and Bearskin trails, drinking in natural scenery and searching their maps for hidden messages from their cartographer girlfriends.
Lake Nokomis stretches for more than 2,000 acres, surrounded by dense evergreen forests. It's just steps from Lakewood Resort's cluster of quaint cottages: sandy paths wind from the lakefront to the cottages, some of which rest right off the water's edge and ATV trails wind through the wild. Other cottages are tucked further back into the wooded scenery, but they all look out to Lake Nokomis.
The resort's access to Lake Nokomis makes it a nice base camp for a fishing trip. The waters are full of walleye and bass, and there's a place to clean up your catch on-site. Come nightfall, you can gather around a communal fire pit to roast marshmallows or burn embarrassing teenage journal entries.
Wood-paneled walls and others are decorated with woodsy furnishings, and the setup is simple and unfussy. Some of the cottages can comfortably sleep up to eight people, and you can cook up a freshly caught walleye in the full kitchen area. Right outside select cottages, there's a grill and picnic table for an evening cookout.
Be sure to bring along plenty of bed linens, towels, and toiletries, as the cottages are not equipped with these items.
10174 Camp Rice Point Rd.
Tomahawk, Wisconsin 54487Get Directions