Area Natural Resources

Quite Lakes

The Retreat has beachfront access to Lost Land Lake, one of Wisconsin’s three “Quiet Lakes“.

Waterskiing, jet skiing and speeds in excess of 10 mph are not permitted on our jewel, nestled in the heart of the Chequamegon National Forest.

This allows uninterrupted fishing, pontooning, canoeing, kayaking, and other lake fun to flourish.

Resort Map

Lost Land Lake

Lost Land Lake is connected by a mile long navigable channel to Teal Lake, another “Quiet Lake”. These two pristine lakes combine to provide over 2300 acres of tranquil water. The lakes provide a traditional Northern Wisconsin fishery. Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, Northern Pike, and of course, “The King” of freshwater fish, the Musky abound.

Lost Land and Teal Lakes are class "A" Musky waters and are in the top 25 Musky waters of Wisconsin.