If you are looking for tips on finding some of the best deer hunting and lodging locations in Wisconsin, then you just found the right place! At The Hideaway Resort in northern Wisconsin, near the town of Mercer, you can enjoy activities like deer hunting, ice fishing, snowmobiling, boating, hiking and swimming. Below I have provided my personal review of The Hideaway Resort in Mercer, Wisconsin. Hopefully these tips can help you plan the perfect vacation trip in Wisconsin!
Location & Travel Information:
2139 Popko Circle West, Mercer, Wisconsin 54547 (Phone: 715-476-2160)
Travel Distances to The Hideaway Resort in Mercer, Wisconsin: (www.mapquest.com)
Madison, Wisconsin: 249 miles / Milwaukee, Wisconsin: 295 miles / Green Bay, Wisconsin: 203 miles / St. Paul, Minnesota: 282 miles / Chicago, Illinois: 388 miles / Wausau, Wisconsin: 110 miles / Stevens Point, Wisconsin: 141 miles / Appleton, Wisconsin: 210 miles / La Crosse, Wisconsin: 277 miles / Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin: 219 miles
Important Key Notes & Tips about The Hideaway Resort in Mercer, Wisconsin:
* Resort located on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage / * Cabins rentals available (all cabins include modern facilities and amenities) / * Resort open year round for lodging / * Year round hunting available in the area / * Winter activities include snowmobiling, ice fishing, cross country skiing and downhill skiing / * Summer activities include fishing, boating, canoeing, hiking, biking and swimming / * Restaurant and tavern onsite at The Hideaway Resort / * Reservations required
About The Hideaway Resort in Mercer, Wisconsin: The Hideaway Resort is located in northern Wisconsin, in the town of Mercer. The Hideaway Resort is open year-round, and offers a 16,000 acre lake on the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage for your use year-round. So whether you want to go fishing, ice fishing, boating, snowmobiling, or hunting, The Hideaway Resort offers plenty of activities for you to do in Wisconsin’s north woods all year long. All cabins are modern and fully accessorized for your use anytime throughout the year.
Things To Do, Activities, Recreation & Sightseeing: The Hideaway Resort is open year round and offers plenty of outdoor activities for both the winter and summer months in Wisconsin.
Winter Season: During the winter months at The Hideaway Resort, popular outdoor activities include snowmobiling, ice fishing, cross country skiing and downhill skiing. Snowmobiling in the area is among the best in the state, as there are over 250 miles of marked and groomed trails surrounding The Hideaway Resort.
Summer Season: During the summer months at The Hideaway Resort, popular outdoor activities include fishing, boating, canoeing, hiking, biking and swimming. Fishing is extremely popular and is available year round, with Musky, Walleye, Perch, Bass, Crappies, Bluegills, and Pike all in the Turtle Flambeau Flowage.
Other Outdoor Activities: Other activities at The Hideaway Resort include year round hunting, including deer and bear seasons, and smaller game like duck, geese, squirrel, grouse, and woodcock. Onsite activities at The Hideaway Resort include a volleyball court, basketball court, horseshoes, shuffleboard, and a playground area.
Facilities & Amenities: The Hideaway Resort offers a total of ten rustic cabins, with each cabin encompassing modern facilities and amenities inside. Cabins have either two or three bedrooms, and all are equipped with hot water, heat, ovens, refrigerators, showers and toilets. Dishes, silverware, cookware, and bed linens are all included in the cabins for easy use. Also, numerous cabins are located just feet away from the lake!
Prices & Costs: The Hideaway Resort offers both daily and weekly rates for cabin rentals. Cabin rental rates per day range anywhere from around $100 for a 2 bedroom cabin, on up to $150 for a 4 bedroom cabin. Weekly rates range anywhere from around $500 per week for a 2 bedroom cabin, on up to around $800 for a 4 bedroom cabin. All rates include the use of everything inside the cabin as well as use of the lake anytime.
Summary and Recommendation: After staying at The Hideaway Resort in Mercer, Wisconsin, I would definitely recommend this resort to anyone who loves hunting! Whether you enjoy big game hunting during the deer and bear seasons, or smaller game like ducks, geese, squirrel, and others, The Hideaway Resort is the perfect place to stay. Fishing is also excellent on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage, and best of all, you can access the lake directly from your cabin at The Hideaway Resort! Overall, I enjoyed my stay at The Hideaway Resort in Mercer, Wisconsin, and I would definitely recommend this resort to anyone who is looking for a place to stay during their hunting trip in Wisconsin.