Ho-Chunk Lodge

Address: 131 Canyon Rd. , Lake Delton, Wisconsin, 53940, United States | Lodge
 
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Location

This lodge, located on 131 Canyon Rd. , Lake Delton, is near The Tommy Bartlett Show, Wisconsin Deer Park, Top Secret, and Tommy Bartlett Exploratory.
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Travel Blogs from Lake Delton

Another day on the road

A travel blog entry by schroederd on Oct 10, 2014

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... winery was so beautiful. We returned back to the camper and we have fresh cheese, fresh apples, fresh baked bread and 2 bottles of wine. Life is good. God has blessed us with beautiful weather also. It has been a wonderful vacation so far! Tomorrow we will leave here and we will decide later where we will be ...

Amish Country

A travel blog entry by schroederd on Oct 09, 2014

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... and Kingston. We finally found a vegetable farm where we could buy some fresh vegetables. I took a picture of our bounty. We drove up to the farm and waited for someone to come out. Les finally read a sign saying that we should just take what we wanted and to pay on the honor system. So we did and we were very happy. ...

Sailing on Green Bay!

A travel blog entry by susunk on Sep 12, 2014

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... This is a wild and unimproved park which was fun. We wandered around in the woods for awhile loving the spongy, soft ground due to hundreds of years of needles underfoot. We turned back and decided we still had time for a quick look at Ellison's Bluff. Nice place, great views, looks like some nice walks again.

Back to the harbor. It was a cold and windy day and we ...

Fantastic Wisconsin

A travel blog entry by susunk on Sep 10, 2014

45 photos

... it, wrinkled and gray. It was nice. Just as nice was the wonderful and larger-than-it-looked hidden alcove right below the arch. There is evidence of ancient people camping/living here. I can imagine it would have had great spiritual meaning and I could imagine groups of hunters staying here as they hunted the mammoths at the edge of the glacier. We didn't spend long here, less than an ...

Into the great unknown---or canoeing the Kickapoo

A travel blog entry by susunk on Sep 09, 2014

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... in deep rushing water for way too long. Canoeing is Russ's thing, though this was his first time on a river rather than a lake. I'm terrified of tipping over. So with the Kickapoo running about 1 ft average I didn't have to fear for my life. We were going rain or shine, but I was really glad the rain held off. We went with Drifty's and they were great. Easy going ...