Local Dining & Lodging

Blue Heron located in Wild Eagle Lodge
4443 Chain O Lakes Rd
The dining room is cozy with a wood-burning fireplace, and the bar area has a lower and upper 40-seat lounge area where diner can enjoy cocktails and appetizers. Blue Heron offers an outstanding menu complimented by lovely wines and a fun martini list.

Chanticleer Inn

1458 E Dollar Lake Rd, Eagle River, WI
715-479-4486 - www.chanticleerinn.com
Visit and enjoy our smoke-free, air-conditioned restaurant at the Chanticleer Inn, overlooking beautiful Lake Voyager. As you dine, enjoy the flotilla of boats in the summer or the passing of deer across the ice in winter. Our extensive menu, from our famous Chanti-burger to lobster, features nightly specials including Friday Fish Fry. We also offer a light sandwich menu that can satisfy the hunger pangs of anyone! On Saturday, try our famous Prime Rib! Come and enjoy!

Eagle Water’s Resort & Restaurant located in Eagle Waters Resort 

3358 Eagle Waters Rd
715-479-4411 - www.eaglewaters.com
Historic Four-Season Resort - Kee-Mi-Con Lodge, Cabins, Renowned Dining, Trading Post. The restaurant is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 5pm-9pm, Sunday Brunch: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. We offer Traditional American cuisine and occasional live music.

Riverstone Restaurant

219 N Railroad Street
Given the Award of Excellence by Wine Spectator Magazine in 2008 and known as one of Discover Wisconsin’s Choice Restaurant Destinations, this acclaimed restaurant is known as wine-friendly and offers a wide variety of menu items for all.

Wild Eagle Lodge

4443 Chain O Lakes Rd
715-479-3151 - www.wildeaglelodge.com
Wild Eagle Lodge is one of the premiere resorts on the Eagle River Chain of 28 lakes, the largest chain of inland freshwater lakes in the world. Ride a pontoon boat to dinner, kayak along undisturbed shores, fish for the catch of a lifetime, and snowmobile right from your door to more than 500 miles of groomed trails. Wild Eagle Lodge is your four season destination for fun in the Northwoods.

For more information on lodging, dining, and other “happenings in the Northwoods” check out the local Chambers of Commerce.