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151795 Wambold Drive

Mosinee, WI 54455

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TEL: (715) 693-2595

Please Note: Phone calls are accepted between 8am - 8pm CST.

E-MAIL: info@lakeviewlogcabin.com

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relax, stay, and play on lake dubay

  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).  

AREA FISHING GUIDES

HOOKSETTERS:

Central Wisconsin's largest and most recognized "Year Round" guide service. With multiple guides on the water and in the woods every day we can keep you on top of the best hunting and fishing Central Wisconsin has to offer . . . 

RASMUSSEN OUTDOORS:

No matter what your fishing goal is, Rasmussen Outdoors is sure to have a trip for you.  Wisconsin hosts great multi species action, as well as trophy class fish.  With endless miles of river, thousands of lakes in the Northwoods, and huge amounts of fishable water on Green Bay and Lake Michigan there are endless open water and ice fishing opportunities year round . . . 

 

DINING ON THE WATER

SUNSET BAY BAR & GRILL:

Sunset Bay Grill is a Restaurant and Bar on Lake DuBay Wisconsin where you can enjoy Food, Fun, and Friends . . .

TIKI BEACH:

Tiki Beach is a fun, family friendly environment that offers cold drinks, great food, and entertainment . . . 

DOCK OF DUBAY:

Enjoy our daily specials, homemade pizza and other delicious items from our full menu . . .

 

 

BULLHEAD'S BAR & GRILL:

A Stevens Point bar and grill serving up gourmet pub style fare, chef-prepared, with dinner and drink specials all year long . . . 

 

AREA BOAT RENTALS

ENDLESS SUMMER BOAT RENTALS:

Pontoon rentals on Lake Dubay between Wausau and Stevens Point directly off I-39 . . . 

 

DUBAY WATERS:

Pontoon Rentals are from 10am-6pm Daily. Rentals provide Lifepreservers, anchor and fuel . . . 

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

MOSINEE AREA:

The Central Wisconsin Water Walkers perform free water ski shows every Thursday at 6:30 p.m in June, July and August at South Bay Beach Park, 4480 Park Road, Mosinee, WI. Bring a blanket or chair to sit on and sunglasses or a visor to enjoy the setting sun over the final pyramid . . . 

WAUSAU AREA:

Surrounded by woods, lakes and hills, the Wausau area enjoys the fortunate combination of big-city amenities with the look and feel of the great Northwoods and small-town hospitality. Four seasons of outdoor recreation, a thriving arts community, entertaining festivals and events, diverse shopping and dining are just some of the many things to discover in the Wausau area . . . 

STEVENS POINT AREA:

The Green Circle is the Stevens Point Area's 24-mile nature trail which circles through the beauty of river shores, trees, wild birds, and animals. A co-operative effort brought together neighboring municipalities and the people of Portage County to create this 24-mile greenway that follows a route around the entire Stevens Point Area. This is a great place to bike, hike, jog, or ski . . .