- Lake Dubay, USA -
Located in between Wausau and Stevens Point, Lakeview Log Cabins is proud to be a 100% family owned and operated vacation rental property - the classiest and most comfortable camping experience available on Lake Dubay. Our five quaint and cozy log cabins (six units) were built to offer all the basic amenities of home between 1996 and 2001 by Jay Tillman. Two generations later, his granddaughter, Holly Thompson, lives on-site with her family and is thrilled to maintain the family-oriented, pet-friendly environment that her grandfather established. Staying at Lakeview is all about the outdoors and activities on the lake. Fishing is convenient year round and is most favorable during Spring and Autumn. Summer is open season for boating/water-sports, swimming, hiking, biking, campfires, and more. In the Winter, snowmobile trails can be accessed from the lake, and the cabins are located in close range to downhill and cross-country skiing.
"Not all those who wander are lost..."
~ J.R.R. Tolkien
While staying at Lakeview Log Cabins, you may enjoy a dip in the lake at the designated swimming area, take the kayak, canoe, or paddle boat out for a cruise, relax beside the lake shore in the hammock, gather friends and family for a competitive game of volleyball while the little ones play on the swing set, or voyage out for an eventful day of fishing as Lake Dubay offers excellent fishing year-round. The flowage is well known for its many Walleye, Crappie, Perch, Bluegill, Bass, Northern, and Muskie. Lake Dubay also offers great sailing, water skiing/tubing, boating, and various sand bars. If you'd like to explore a little further, enjoy a day at one of the area's seven golf courses (all within 20 miles or less), trek the 24 mile Green Circle biking/hiking trail in Stevens Point, or visit Rib Mountain State Park/Granite Peak Ski Hill in Wausau. Dells of the Eau Claire in Aniwa offers excellent hiking and photography, and Nine Mile Forest in Wausau has great trails for mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. Lastly, don't forget to top the night off with a peaceful campfire around the community fire pit (wood provided).