Great Day Trips

Holiday Acres is a short drive from many of the Northwoods finest golf courses. To view the list of nearby courses, just follow the links.

Rhinelander Logging & School Museum - One of Rhinelander's main attractions with displays of century old logging memorabilia, a blacksmith shop, cook shanty and bunkhouse, narrow gauge steam engine, and much more. Bring the kids and come to the logging museum to see how the name 'lumberjack' came about. The museum is the oldest and most authentic museum in the Midwest. A great way to start your Northwood's vacation. Admission is free, however donations are welcomed.

Experience the Long Lake Nature Trail for a refreshing walk that will take you away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Northern Lights Playhouse now called Tommy O's Northernstars Playhouse - Located 10 miles south of Minocqua on Hwy. 51 in Hazelhurst. The Playhouse is an indoor theater presenting entertaining musicals, side-splitting comedies and much more. The resident company is comprised of professional actors from across the country. 715-356-0003.

Pinewood Country Club - Located in Harshaw, Pinewood Country Club is an 18 hole public golf facility on 600 beautiful acres of the most scenic land in the Northwoods. The golf course was built in 1962 by Al and Marie Bromann, Jr. Today it is still a family owned and managed business, with the third generation now owning the golf course, Chip and Jayne Bromann.

Inshalla Country Club - Inshalla features a driving range, putting and chipping greens, true Pro Shop, banquet hall and dining rooms, and upgraded patron facilities. The back nine renovation completed in 2011 features a new Par 5 - 10th Hole and Par 3 - 16th. The new Par 70 layout is truly fun and challenging.

George W. Brown, Jr. Ojibwe Museum and Cultural Center - offers visitor tours, videos and beautiful dioramas depicting the four seasons of Ojibwe's life as it has been lived here for centuries.

Shoeder's Marine - for snowmobile, ski boat, fishing boat and ATV rental call Shoeders Marine at (715) 365-7722.

Rouman Cinema - a six screen movie theater located on Lincoln Street in Rhinelander opened February 2000. The unique design and motif of the complex is one of a Northwoods flavor, complete with log and stone interior, floor to ceiling themed artwork and other regional distinctions. The theater is an area landmark and showpiece, as well as the model for exhibition excellence in Northern Wisconsin. Also visit the original 4 screen State Theater in downtown Rhinelander. Call 715-362-2800.

Rhinelander Chamber of Commerce - Whether for a vacation, family reunion, business convention or a lifetime, your stay in the Rhinelander Area will be unforgettable! Call us 800-236-4386 if you would like
help planning your visit or would like information for relocation. We would be glad to help!

Hodag Lanes - Your Local Community Entertainment Center in Rhinelander: Open 7 days a week year round! 20 lanes with automatic scoring. Bowling special's on different nights of the week. For more information call 715-362-7115.

Hodag Guide Service - Come and experience an exclusive Wisconsin River Float Trip for fantastic smallmouth bass and musky action, which was featured on Midwest Waters and Wood Television Show in September of 2002. We can arrange your trip to accommodate any schedule including split days. Located in Rhinelander.

YMCA of the Northwoods - Located at 2003 Winnebago Street East, Rhinelander. Features warm water family pool with slide, hot tub, sauna, full size gymnasium, fitness center with indoor track and generation center with pool table, ping pong, football, computers with internet access, television and video games. Day and week passes are available.

Snow Tracks - Wisconsin defines snowmobiling. We invented the sport. And over the past twenty-five years, we've developed a trail system second to none! More than 25,000 miles of top-quality trails now link every corner of the state.

Lake Tomahawk Snowshoe Baseball - Looking for something unique to do? Check out this great game of snowshoe baseball.

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