Cottage is located on the ATV/Snowmobile trail system and with in walking distance to Lake Arbutus!!
***********Rates (Includes taxes)**********
$375.00 ~ 2 nights - Friday and Saturday
$300.00 ~ 2 nights - Sunday - Thursday
$100.00 for each additional night
$800.00 ~ Weekly
** 2 night minimum reservation required**
***Holidays/Opening Gun weekend*** 3 night minimum - $600.00 ~$100.00 for each additional night***
Check in 3pm - Check out 10am
**Reservations require a 50% deposit at the time of booking
Balance Due 30 days prior to arrival date
**Holidays/Hunting season - Full amount due at time of booking*
100's of acres of county land right outside your back door!
Black River State Forest & Jackson County ATV trails Open
May15-October 15 ~ December 15-March15
Clark County Trails open May1-March15
Arbutus Motor Sports –
N117 Cty Rd J, Hatfield ATV/UTV, Jet Ski, Pontoon Boat Rentals. Located on the trails for Clark and Jackson Counties, close to beautiful Lake Arbutus. Now offering Stand Up Paddle boards for rent! http://www.lakearbutusmotorsports.com/
Black River Canoe Rental, 5999 Hwy 54 W, Black River Falls, WI 54615 – 715-284-8136Rentals include pickup and drop off, 17ft aluminum canoe, 2 life jackets & 2 paddles. Please call for rates and reservations.
Hatfield Sports Shop N451 Hwy J, Hatfield, WI 54754 - Phone: 715-333-5009The area's newest source for outdoor & recreational information. Guide service available for hunting, fishing, canoeing, & trapping. Steve will also assist you in obtaining information on area hiking, mountain biking, ATV trails, and horseback riding trails throughout Jackson and Clark Counties. They are your outdoor recreational information caterers. Have a question on fishing in the area? Water levels/conditions for canoeing/kayaking? Need a fishing pole? You can rent a complete set up here. Canoe, Kayak & Moped rentals & sales. Canoe & Kayak Shuttle Service.
Monday, June 6, 2016
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
BoatingWater skiing, jet skiing, pontoon boat cruises and relaxing boat rides are the most popular activities on Lake Arbutus and the upper Black River flowage. The upper Black River flowage combines a beautiful unspoiled shoreline with natural serenity. You may even catch a glimpse of a bald eagle or a white-tailed deer.
Canoeing & KayakingThe Black River Falls area has some of the finest streams and rivers in Wisconsin. With few rapids, the Black River is an excellent destination for family canoeing. The river is dotted with sand bars, ideal for camping and sun bathing. All along the Black River access points are conveniently located, from Hatfield all the way to the Mississippi River. You can plan a two-hour trip or a five-day excursion. The Black River Falls area’s creeks can offer a challenging experience for the seasoned canoeist and kayaker. Halls Creek, Morrison Creek, the East Fork, the Black River and Robinson Creek provide thrilling rapids and stunning scenery. When you plan your trip, be sure to call ahead for the latest water conditions.
- Download the forest map showing trailheads (pdf)
- Download the Pigeon Creek Mountain Bike Trail Map (pdf)
In addition to the designated trails, the Black River State Forest and Jackson County Forest have several hundred miles of forest and old logging roads open to mountain bike travel and will give you a one-of-a-kind off-road experience.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
ATVingJackson County trails open May 15-Oct 16 and Dec 15-Mar 15
Clark County trails open May 1–Oct 31 and Dec 15-Mar 15
The Black River Falls area is known for having some of the best ATV and single-track motorcycle trails in the Midwest. ATVers can ride more than 100 miles through Jackson County and an additional 135 miles through neighboring Clark County. The landscape’s rolling ruggedness and great natural beauty are truly unique in the Midwest. Riders coming to the Black River Falls area will find 335,000 acres of public forest, municipal ordinances favorable to motorized trail riding, and hundreds of miles of designated trails – everything the modern rider demands! Riders will immediately recognize the area’s wholehearted welcome.