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Usually, a stay in Rice Lake starts at $83 per night.
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About Rice Lake
Rice Lake, a town in Northwest Wisconsin, has approximately 3,000 year-round residents. Its namesake lake is nearly 1,000 acres, with opportunities for fishing, boating, and nearby hiking. The area comes alive in the summer with theatrical performances, local art, and fun festivals such as the Rice Lake Aquafest. You’re sure to enjoy a fun and relaxing vacation in Rice Lake!
Things to do in Rice Lake
The Cedar Side Walking Trail is beautiful all year long. In the fall, enjoy brilliant foliage on this family-friendly hike. The paved trail is wide and flat enough to accommodate bikes, children, and older members of your party. The Northern Star Theatre Company is a cozy venue that’s run by volunteers. In the spring, stop by for the children’s play workshop. Make sure to grab dinner at the bistro which overlooks the Red Cedar River. Rent a boat at Lake County Marina or Harris Boat Works to fish or relax on the water.
Day Trips from Rice Lake
Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, an hour and a half from Rice Lake, is a 1.5-million-acre forest with hiking trails, scenic drives, and hunting, snow-shoeing, and more. In the winter, visitors can try ice fishing on Eagle River, cross country skiing, or snowmobiling. The summer is full of opportunities for outdoor recreation, including horseback riding and camping! Minneapolis is two hours southwest of Rice Lake. This vibrant city has a lively art scene, and visitors will enjoy the Walker Art Center or live music at First Avenue & Seventh Street Entry. Visit some of Minneapolis’ unique neighborhoods, such as Uptown for a young and trendy vibe or the Victorian elegance of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s home in Cathedral Hill.
Accommodation in Rice Lake
Visit Tripping.com to browse dozens of vacation homes in Rice Lake, Wisconsin. The interactive map feature will allow you to find a property in your preferred area, while hundreds of photos show you the diversity of options available. Choose from lakeside cabins with wooden decks, homes secluded among trees, or rustic wood houses. Additionally, the filter tool will help you customize your search to meet your needs. Some vacation homes have hot tubs, which are perfect for relaxing after a day of hiking and fishing. Let Tripping.com take the stress out of vacation planning!
Transportation in Rice Lake
If you’re visiting from out of town, book a flight into Duluth International Airport or Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport—they are each about 2 hours from Rice Lake. However, the best way to travel throughout Rice Lake is by car. Pick up a rental at the airport, or arrive via U.S. Route 53. Additionally, the lake can be explored by boat. Bring your own and launch from one of many docks, or rent a boat upon arrival.