Butternut Lake in Butternut, Wisconsin Lake Edge Cottages
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Welcome to your vacation home away from home. Our cottages are open year-round.  They are completely furnished and include: - Living/dining area - Complete kitchen - 2 bedrooms, including all linens - Full bath with all linens - Dishwasher - Washer/dryer - Coffee maker & toaster - Fireplace - Cable TV - Charcoal grill & fire pit - Pontoon & kayak rental - Smoke-free lodging, per state law - Cottage 2 is handicapped-accessible - Pets are welcome.  However, there is a limit to two pets per   cottage at a rate of $75.  Owners must keep their pets   leashed when outside and clean up after them. - Pontoon rentals are available Rates Nightly:  $125 (3 night minimum from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend) Weekly:  $800            Monthly:  $1,800 Call for full summer rate. Pets:  A maximum of two pets are welcome at a rate of $75. All reservations require a $125 deposit payable at the time the reservation is made.  The balance is due 45 days before occupancy. There is a 3-night minimum from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.  Please call if you need a shorter stay, and we will try to accommodate your needs. Ask about special offers.  Call 608-772-7310. ATV and Snowmobiling We are located near the Tuscobia Trail, 74 miles of wilderness used by hikers, bikers, ATVs, and snowmobilers. We have direct access to the Dead Horse ATV trail, which offers access to over 100 miles of trails. When the lake freezes over, you can snowmobile right from your front door onto the lake and enter a large snowmobile trail system taking you all over the state.
Biking Butternut is a great location for bicyclists.  Not only can you ride on various terrains, but you will ride through amazing natural beauty.  The Flambeau 40 race is held in September. Fishing Butternut Lake is a 1,006 acre body of water on the northern end of Price County and the southern end of Ashland County. It is a Class A Musky lake.  Walleye and crappie are other favorites for area anglers.  You can fish off the dock or bring a fishing boat (one per cottage). DNR fishing regulations & season opener dates Hiking Take a stroll through beautiful Copper Falls State Park located just a few miles north of Butternut, or take a day trip to Madeline Island and hike around the quaint island.  Visit the museum and shops.  The national forests are available for your nature hikes, too.  Don't forget your camera. Hunting Located between the Ruffed Grouse Capital (Park Falls) and the Black Bear Capital (Glidden), Butternut is ideally situated for hunters.  The Chequamegon and Nicolet National Forests are a hunter's paradise.  The Ruffed Grouse Fall Festival is held in October.  The cottages are within 5 miles of county and federal land where you can hunt. DNR hunting regulations & season opener dates Kayaking Butternut Lake is a great lake for kayakers.  In the early morning hours, when the lake is as smooth as glass, is a perfect time to launch the kayak. Relaxing Your vacation should be an opportunity to unwind and enjoy life. So, maybe all you want to do is sit on your deck with a beverage and a book.  Go ahead.  Kick back with your feet up and listen to the loons, watch the eagles, or catch a glimpse of the deer that frequently visit. Swimming Of course you can swim in the lake.  For those who prefer sparkling water, Park Falls has a very nice public pool.  Call 715-762-2311 for pool hours.
Vacationing at Lake Edge Cottages in Butternut, WI
Lake Edge Cottages
Bohn Web Design  Copyright © 2012 to Present.  All rights reserved.  | |  Technical Assistance:  Lynne@BohnWebDesign.com  |
Welcome to your vacation home away from home. Our cottages are open year-round.  They are completely furnished and include: - Living/dining area - Complete kitchen - 2 bedrooms, including all linens - Full bath with all linens - Dishwasher - Washer/dryer - Coffee maker & toaster - Fireplace - Cable TV - Charcoal grill & fire pit - Pontoon & kayak rental - Smoke-free lodging, per state law - Cottage 2 is handicapped-accessible - Pets are welcome.  However, there is a limit to two pets per   cottage at a rate of $75.  Owners must keep their pets   leashed when outside and clean up after them. - Pontoon rentals are available Rates Nightly:  $125 (3 night minimum from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend) Weekly:  $800            Monthly:  $1,800 Call for full summer rate. Pets:  A maximum of two pets are welcome at a rate of $75. All reservations require a $125 deposit payable at the time the reservation is made.  The balance is due 45 days before occupancy. There is a 3-night minimum from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.  Please call if you need a shorter stay, and we will try to accommodate your needs. Ask about special offers.  Call 608-772-7310. ATV and Snowmobiling We are located near the Tuscobia Trail, 74 miles of wilderness used by hikers, bikers, ATVs, and snowmobilers. We have direct access to the Dead Horse ATV trail, which offers access to over 100 miles of trails. When the lake freezes over, you can snowmobile right from your front door onto the lake and enter a large snowmobile trail system taking you all over the state.
Biking Butternut is a great location for bicyclists.  Not only can you ride on various terrains, but you will ride through amazing natural beauty.  The Flambeau 40 race is held in September. Fishing Butternut Lake is a 1,006 acre body of water on the northern end of Price County and the southern end of Ashland County. It is a Class A Musky lake.  Walleye and crappie are other favorites for area anglers.  You can fish off the dock or bring a fishing boat (one per cottage). DNR fishing regulations & season opener dates Hiking Take a stroll through beautiful Copper Falls State Park located just a few miles north of Butternut, or take a day trip to Madeline Island and hike around the quaint island.  Visit the museum and shops.  The national forests are available for your nature hikes, too.  Don't forget your camera. Hunting Located between the Ruffed Grouse Capital (Park Falls) and the Black Bear Capital (Glidden), Butternut is ideally situated for hunters.  The Chequamegon and Nicolet National Forests are a hunter's paradise.  The Ruffed Grouse Fall Festival is held in October.  The cottages are within 5 miles of county and federal land where you can hunt. DNR hunting regulations & season opener dates Kayaking Butternut Lake is a great lake for kayakers.  In the early morning hours, when the lake is as smooth as glass, is a perfect time to launch the kayak. Relaxing Your vacation should be an opportunity to unwind and enjoy life. So, maybe all you want to do is sit on your deck with a beverage and a book.  Go ahead.  Kick back with your feet up and listen to the loons, watch the eagles, or catch a glimpse of the deer that frequently visit. Swimming Of course you can swim in the lake.  For those who prefer sparkling water, Park Falls has a very nice public pool.  Call 715-762-2311 for pool hours.