Stonehaven provides excellent trails for the silent sports enthusiast! In 2016 when we first bought the property we began to carve out beautiful trails for our future guests to enjoy. We spent a year planning and creating several trails that now wind throughout our 40 acres. Bring along your binoculars to enjoy the birds and wildlife as you walk along Tenderheart Trail! Or take an early morning cross-country ski on Sunrise Trail as the sun comes up and peeks through the trees to say good morning! We take our dog Reggie on daily walks on various trails, but his personal favorite is Cherry Tree Trail because he knows that’s the one that leads down to the lake!
All boats can be checked out through the office and have the following charges. You may reserve in advance or just let us know when you get to the resort what boats you are interested in. All of our boats are launched through our own private dock.
Non-Motorized Boats - $10.00 per day
Motor Boats - $20/4 hours, $40/day, or $200/week
Pontoon Boats - $25/hour, $60/4 hours, $100/full day or $500/week
Bring Your Own Boat or Motor
Guests are welcome to bring their own boat as long as it is under 16 feet or less and not an inboard. We also do not allow jet skis, speed boats, and wave runners. Tuscobia Lake has areas that have underwater stumps that are not conducive to high speed boating. We like to know for parking how many guest boats are coming so please let us know if you are bringing a boat. The unofficial boat launch is at the south end of the lake on 23rd Ave about a half mile from our resort entrance.
Most of the lake is weedy and not ideal for swimming, but the north end is 25 feet deep and is perfect for jumping off the pontoon or tubing behind it! Swim at your own risk, there is no lifeguard on duty.
Tuscobia Lake is a 176 - acre spring fed lake that yields a variety of fish, including northern pike and panfish. Spring crappie and bass fishing are the Romportl family’s favorites. Although working at the resort leaves little time to fish, Ted and Lori can direct you to where they have heard others are having luck.
Other good spots for anglers within ten miles of the resort are Rice Lake, Long Lake, and Bear Lake to name a few. The Northwood’s is home to literally thousands of lakes and dozens of streams and rivers, making it one of the top Midwest fishing destinations. Don’t forget to purchase a Wisconsin fishing license before embarking on your Northwood’s adventure.
Both kids and adults are encouraged to bring ice skates to the resort to practice your figure eights on a beautiful frozen lake! During the Christmas Holidays we try to keep an ice rink open on the lake for guests to use. Ice Skating is completely weather dependent, but during this time we do all we can to keep a rink open. During the rest of the winter the city of Rice Lake keeps a flooded rink open offering skating.
We have some awesome sledding hills for small children and adults alike! We provide a variety of sleds at no extra charge for your downhill enjoyment!
We provide the following opportunities for your family's enjoyment: bocce ball, bean bag toss, and frisbee.
The Rice Lake and surrounding communities offer a large variety of recreational and leisure activities for you to enjoy during your stay at Stonehaven. We have listed a few of the most popular things to do below, but to see all that Rice Lake has to offer you can visit the Rice Lake Chamber of Commerce website. http://www.ricelakechamber.org/
Stonehaven Cottages is the perfect location for all of your recreational trail adventures! Our resort offers direct access to the Wild Rivers State Trail which provides hundreds of miles of recreational fun such as hiking, biking, snowshoeing, horseback riding, snowmobiling, ATV, and cross-country skiing throughout northern Wisconsin. In addition, the Tuscobia State Trail head is located just 2 miles north of our resort and intersects with the Wild Rivers State Trail.
Wild Rivers State Trail
One of our favorite trails is the Wild Rivers State Trail. Whether you’re looking to do a short day hike, or a long snowmobiling ride, Wild Rivers Trails has something for everyone & every season. Measuring at 104 miles in length, the trail goes from Superior to Rice Lake. The trail is primarily made of compacted gravel. While biking is allowed on the trail, it is highly suggested that a mountain or off-road bike is used. Road bikes are not recommended. The trail may be difficult at times to navigate on horseback as well. Learn more.
Tuscobia State Trail
76-mile retired railroad grade from Barron County to Park Falls converted to hiking, biking, horseback riding and snowmobiling. The trail is well-marked and maintained. Additional information about the Tuscobia State Trail is also available from the Ranger Station in Winter Wisconsin at (715) 266-3511.
Western Tuscobia Trail to Angus is joined with a section of the 1,000 mile long Ice Age National Scenic Trail. Learn more.
Ice Age National Scenic Trail – 35.9 mi
The Ice Age trail showcases some of the most dynamic glacial geology in Wisconsin. The sections of the Ice Age Trail in northern Barron County are some of the most exciting sections of the 1,000-mile trail system. The Chippewa Moraine Ice Age Interpretive Center, located about a half hour south of Rice Lake, just east of New Auburn on County M. Learn more.
Timberland Hills Cross Country Ski Trail - Cumberland
Impressive 24k trail system. Wide trails and many challenging sections. Timberland Hills West is a 2.5k section right next door that is lighted until around 11 pm. (715) 822-3727. Learn more.
Pipestone Quarry Trails (for mountain biking or hiking) - 3 mi
This NEW Trail system is part of the expanding CORBA trail network. The trail is East of Rice Lake approx. 7 miles at 1971 27 ½ st. This trail weaves thru Northern Hardwood forest, up and down overexposed ledge rock and more. More trails being added.
There are numerous larger lakes in the area that are perfect for our guests who are wishing to water ski, jet ski, or run high speed boats. A couple we can recommend are Rice Lake and Long Lake which are both just a few minutes from our resort. The Rice Lake boat landing is just 2 miles from our resort and Long Lake is only about 15 miles. Both offer excellent fishing as well. Rice Lake has also been seeded with Musky a few years back and is a popular Musky lake along with a wide variety of game fish including bluegill, largemouth and smallmouth bass, northern pike, crappie, and walleye.
Our area’s numerous golf courses provide a challenge for all, from the novice to the experienced golfer. Choose from 9-and 18-hole layouts. Each course varies in yardage, design and difficulty, but all offer unmatched scenery.
Butternut Hills Golf Course
Butternut Hills Golf Course, on beautiful Long Lake, features fabulous rolling fairways and challenging greens. Each hole provides a unique, picturesque experience. http://www.butternuthillsgolf.com/
Lynndale’s Golf Course
An old-fashioned family-owned nine-hole golf course. Wide open and fun! Located at 2369 20 1/2 Street, just 3 miles from Stonehaven. Phone: (715)234-5966
Turtleback Golf, Dining, and Conference Center
Located just 5 miles from Stonehaven is a truly unique golf course which holds a coveted 4 Star rating from Golf Digest Magazine, Turtleback offers a captivating setting and exceptional accommodations for meetings, conventions, banquets and other special events. Turtleback offers more than 4,500 square feet of versatile meeting space is available to accommodate groups of various sizes. (715)234-6607 http://www.turtlebackgolf.com/
Tagalong Golf Resort
Located near Birchwood, WI Tagalong was constructed in the early 1920s and modeled after St. Andrew’s in Scotland, a number of the 18-hole course holes have the unique grassy hollows characteristic of a true Scottish golf course. http://www.tagalonggolf.com/
Rolling Oaks Golf Course
This 18-hole golf course in Barron, WI offers mature oak trees and open fairways. http://www.rollingoaksgolf.net/
Spooner Golf Club
Built in 1930, Spooner Golf Club has established itself as a true gem. Lined fairways offer a rewarding outing to veteran and beginner golfers alike. You’ll enjoy the challenge of our strategically placed bunkers and ponds. http://www.spoonergolf.com/
Red Barn Theatre
Famous nationwide for its excellence in Summer Stock theatrical productions, the Red Barn Theatre offers live performances throughout the summer. Displays by area artists are featured during each play downstairs in The Gallery. Website»
Northern Star Theatre Company
This 100% volunteer, non-profit community theatre creates productions designed to entertain and enrich audiences of all ages. Located in beautiful downtown Rice Lake. Website»
CEC Cinema 7 Theaters
Enjoy the latest Hollywood films, all of your favorite snacks and comfortable seats. Website»
Rice Lake Speedway
Non-Stop Action! Auto racing on a 1/3 Mile Clay Oval. Saturday Nights – 5 Division, WISSOTA Late Models, WISSOTA Modifieds, WISSOTA Super Stocks, WISSOTA Street Stock and Rice Lake Pure Stocks. Website»
Mommsen’s Produce Patch
Visit this fruit and vegetable farm for strawberries, asparagus, sweet corn, pumpkins, squash and many fall ornamentals. In the fall, come for the giant pumpkin catapult and the air-powered cannon. Website»
Spooner – Springbrook Train Ride
Ride a historic excursion and dinner train operating between Spooner and Springbrook. Tracks run along the picturesque Namekagon River. Website»
Tactical Escape 101 (715) 418-0012
Real-life escape room games are a type of physical adventure game in which people are locked in a room with other participants and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room within a set time limit. Some games include sub-plots. Website»
St. Croix Casino in Turtle Lake
The St. Croix Casino & Hotel brings you friendly service, Native American-themed surroundings and more chances to win. Try your luck on slots, play some blackjack, live poker, craps or roulette. Website»
Rice Lake Curling Club (715) 234-9812
912 South Wisconsin Avenue Rice Lake, WI 54868
Open hours for groups that want to try curling. Website»
Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary
Located in Sarona, this environmental learning community offers more than 450 acres of wooded glacial hills, two small lakes and nature trails. Enjoy outstanding birdwatching and wildlife viewing. Website»
Museum of Woodcarving
See the largest collection of wood carvings in the world created by one man. Museum features 100 life-sized carvings and 400 miniatures. Website»
Rice Lake Music in the Park Concert Schedule 2018
Concerts start at 7 p.m. on "Tuesdays". All concerts are held at the Band Shell in Veterans Memorial City Park in Rice Lake Bring your lawn chairs. Concessions will be available - Rice Lake Golden Kiwanis.
July 3: Municipal Band - Sponsored by Brentwood Senior Living
July 4: Municipal Band - Sponsored by Haack Orthodontics
July 10: TBD - Sponsored by Dr. Dave & Sonja Wilson
July 17: Municipal Band - Sponsored by Dove Healthcare
July 24: The Dean’s List - Sponsored by UW-BC Foundation
July 31: Jazz Alley - Sponsored by Northwest Honda
August 7: Red Cedar Symphony - Sponsored by Gyre Marketing
Downhill/Cross Country Skiing
From bunny to black diamond, the Rice Lake area downhill skiing, snowboarding, and snow-tubing is fantastic for winter fun! Christie Mountain’s 21 ski runs are only 20 minutes from Rice Lake! Learn more.
American Birkebeiner Ski Trail
View the Birkie website at http://www.birkie.com/
Blue Hills – 22+ mi
The Blue Hills Trail System offers hiking during the spring, summer and fall. During the winter, snowshoers can trek alongside the cross-country ski trails or explore thousands of acres of county forest lands. From Rice Lake, head east on Highway C (Sawyer Street) 10 miles to the Barron-Rusk County Line where Barron County Highway C becomes Rusk County Highway O. Continue on Highway O another 10 miles to Fire Lane Road. Head north on Fire Lane Road 2 ½ miles. Learn more.
The following is a list of some of the churches you will find in the Rice Lake area: