Area Events

Fun Day: The annual charity event for the Pike Lake Volunteer Firefighters at the fire hall.  Fun Day is on the Sunday of Labor Day Weekend.  Enjoy raffles, horseshoe tourney, games for adults & children, food & refreshments, music, cash drawing, and fireworks.  Raffle tickets are available at the various Pike Lake Chain establishments and at the event.

Snowmobile Calendar:  Fifield Sno-Drovers web-site

Price County Events:


There is great fishing for the avid fisherman with musky, bass, walleye, northern pike, crappies, perch, rock bass, blue gills and sturgeon. Motor trolling is permitted on Round Lake and Pike Lake. There are two large piers to safely dock your boat, or use one of ours. (14 foot row boats are available for guests.) There are two public access boat ramps, one next to the resort. A screened fish-cleaning house with running water and electricity ensures proper care of your catch. Spring and Fall offer the best fishing and, of course, ice fishing for the cold weather fisherman.

Water Sports


Our safe and sandy beach has a very gradual slope with no drop-offs. A beach-side deck with lounge furniture provides relaxation while sunning and a great place to watch the children play. Water skiing, jet skis, and other motorized water sports are allowed from 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Row boats, canoes, and paddle boat are available for guests' use.


Nature Lovers

Round Lake Non-Motorized Area has hiking, biking, and cross country ski trails, the historic logging dam, and Tucker Lake. Or venture further to the covered bridge, while still enjoying the spectacular fall colors or wild life including Bald Eagles, deer, chipmunks, fox, wolves, bears, and rabbits to name a few of things to enjoy in the forest.

ATVs (All-Terrain Vehicles)

Many miles of well-marked trails (maps available) through the Chequamegon National Forest provide the rider with beautiful scenery of pine trees, water, wildlife and fun. The trail begins at our door.



Price County is part of the Chequamegon National Forest that is open for deer, bear, grouse, ducks and snowshoe hunting. The hunter can walk for miles along trails through the forest without worrying about "no hunting" signs. Park Falls is the "Ruffed Grouse Capital of the World".


Snowmobile enthusiasts will discover the best kept secret in the Northwoods; we are in the center of an outstanding network of trails groomed and maintained by the local snowmobile club, the Sno Drovers. Through the forests, over frozen lakes and along certain roads, the snowmobiler can enjoy the best rides ever experienced and an abundance of stops along the way to dine, gas up, or enjoy the company of other snowmobilers.




Cross Country Skiing

Nine cross-country ski trails, including the Round Lake Wilderness Study Area, offer a variety of challenges for the beginner or experienced skier. The terrain is rolling and wooded and frequented by deer and other wildlife, offering the skier a beautiful experience in the northern forest.

Other Activities

Lake of the Torches Casino, golf courses, horseback riding, snow skiing, shopping, theaters, entertainment, and dining are all within a twenty minute to an hour drive. Remember to visit some of the local establishments on the chain for a good meal. There are several denominations of churches a short trip from the resort.