This is a central hub for the Adventure Seekers looking to experience all of the river.
White Water Tubing - 3 sets of class 2 white water rapids combined with 2-3 hours of relaxation and adventure (section 2)
Moose Knee Rafting - Class II-III - guided - Education necessary to advance to bigger waters! ( Section 3 or Red River)
Self Guided Class 3-4 rapids. We provide safe transportation. (Section 4)
The Wolf River is home and starting point central hub to many of the whitewater rivers in Wisconsin: Highly encourage everyone to expand into this realm, a feeling of exhilaration like no other.
They will guide you through the rapids in the Wolf and the Pike as beginning lessons. These are one of a kind experiences that has changed our whole life.
Come, see, feel, be in Mother Nature
.25 miles from camp, there is a beautiful hiking trial along the wolf river.
Forest, Prairie, River, Pines, ferns. Breath taking view of the abundance provided by Mother Nature.
30 minute hike from the back of our camp is open to our guests when we do not have private retreats in the village. There is also access along Hwy WW. The trail will lead you to Boulder Lake.
Surrounded by the National Forest and the Wolf River there it is very dark here. At the front of the property there is a grassy knoll that provides the perfect angle and clearing for star gazing.
Take your special event to this amazing spot where there is crystalline waters, spring fed from the 2nd largest aquafer in Wisconsin. Boulder lake is the 3rd clearest lake in our state. You can see the tan sandy bottom even from the middle. There is a boulder garden at the Northern tip of Boulder Lake that is fun to Wade around and snorkel if you please. 60% sand, 20% gravel, 20% rock, 0% muck See rentals tab for our Kayak options.
Along Hwy WW our guests are able to access the trail system where your Journey can take you to Lakewood, Townsend, or Mountain. We are able to guide you to the access point. For ATV/UTV, please call to make reservation so that we can accommodate a special place for your group.
There is public access within 15 minutes of two very healthy Northwoods Lakes.
Boulder Lake is a 516 acre lake located in Vilas County. It has a maximum depth of 23 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from public boat landings. Fish include Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike and Walleye. The lake's water is moderately clear. 60% sand, 20% gravel, 20% rock, 0% muck
White Lake is a 153 acre lake located in Langlade County. It has a maximum depth of 42 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from a public boat landing. Fish include Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Trout and Walleye. The lake's water clarity is very clear. 40% sand, 8% gravel, 2% rock, 50% muck
The overall experience here is blissful. Sharing stories around a fire, gathering, preparing, and cooking on a fire or camp stove together, making pudgy pies, laying in a hammock, loosing yourself but finding your soul in the woods, indulging with a creamy ice cream cone.
There are many breath taking spots to do yoga and meditation. we will share with you how to get there.
The environment that we live in day-to-day depletes our microbiome from the food we eat to the overuse of antibiotics. Every breath you breath in the forest helps your microbiome repopulate with the beneficial bacteria that helps us regulate our emotions, digestive tract, & mental state. Sitting on the earth surrounded by ferns in meditation has a greater effect on your health than probiotics.