There’s so much to do in Rhinelander, from going on a horseback ride to visiting a museum to learn about local history. Take a sunset cruise on the Wisconsin River. Visit an incredible globe-style planetarium. After day of shopping and enjoying great restaurants, head to the theater to catch a movie. Or, go bowling. The great mix of indoor and outdoor activities means you’ll find something fun to do, no matter the weather. Choose from a long list of things to do on a rainy day or any day in the Rhinelander Area.
Boat Rental: Lake George Camp Site 2 miles from Inn on Lake George Lake has small island for a fun picnic Visit Website or Get Directions
Cross Country Skiing: Rhinelander golf trail course and country trails info available at Mels Ski shop downtown Visit Website
Hodag Lanes: One of the great things about vacationing in the Rhinelander Area is the abundance of indoor activities. Head to Hodag Lanes for bowling in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Visit Website or Call 715-362-7115
Kovac Planetarium: Take a cosmic journey next time you’re in Hodag Country. The Kovac Planetarium is a one-of-a-kind globe-style planetarium displaying a complete replica of the night skies. Visit Site or Call 715-487-4411
Pioneer Park: The complex includes the Rhinelander School Museum, the Logging Museum, Soo Line Depot, CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) Museum, Model Railroad Display and an Outdoor Display. You’ll see an authentic recreation of an 1870s lumberjack camp, a wide variety of lumberjack equipment and an outstanding collection of items and artifacts from Rhinelander’s past. More Info
Rhinelander Golf Course: 4 1/2 star Golf Digest Places to Play. No. 3 Municipal golf courses in America Golf Digest 2003. Golf Digest thrifty 50 Ranked 16 for courses $50.00 or less. Visit Website or Call (715) 282-6565
Rhinelander Historical Society Museum: Learn more about the history of Hodag Country. Western Connection Ranch: This full-service equestrian center offers trail rides, sleigh rides, wagon rides and riding lessons. Like us on Facebook
Swimming: Buck Lake, beach and park for public use at no wake lake located just 2 miles south of Inn at the Lois Almonos Recreation area.
Tennis: Public courts 2 blocks away from Inn in Serocca Field and in Pioneer Park 8 blocks away
Three Lakes Winery: One of Wisconsin’s best loved wineries, the Three Lakes Winery produces nearly two dozen varieties of wine. A gift shop and tours are available. Visit Website or Call (715) 546-3080
Wisconsin River Cruises: The Wilderness Queen offers a variety of cruise options, including sightseeing cruises and sunset dinner cruises. As you cruise down the Wisconsin River, you’ll have a chance to see bald eagles, white-tailed deer and other wildlife. Visit Website or Call (715) 369-7500