Home of the Hodag

Make tracks to Rhinelander for your next snowmobile safari! Vast forests and crystal clear lakes stretch for hundreds of miles. Here you can hike, mountain bike, swim, fish, canoe, kayak, waterski, golf, ATV, snowmobile, cross country ski, snowshoe, ice fish, hunt, and enjoy our spectacular scenery year ’round. Rhinelander is situated on beautiful Boom Lake, just one of the 1,100 lakes in Oneida County. Surrounded by the Wisconsin and Pelican Rivers as well as many other streams, Rhinelander is a fisherman’s paradise for walleye, panfish, northern, and the elusive muskie.

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When it comes to dining, Rhinelander knows how to eat! We offer full-menu supper clubs, all-you-can-eat buffets, “beer and burgers” places, fast food restaurants, and a gamut of other tongue tempting delights. Our nightlife offers live music at several locations, a variety of special wintertime events, and at least one karaoke contest a night, where you can break out the microphone and strut your stuff.

Rhinelander, Wisconsin has the perfect balance between unspoiled nature and city life. Get away from life’s daily hassles while still staying connected with the busy outside world. Vast forests and crystal-clear lakes stretch for hundreds of miles. Our four season vacationland has something for everyone to enjoy any time of the year. Rhinelander is blessed to have two snowmobile clubs to take good care of the trails. The clubs strive to keep up to date with top-notch grooming equipment and groom heavily traveled trails up to four times a week. What’s a Hodag? Come visit and find out!

We leave the welcome mat out for you! Our lodging offers the rest you need after a long day of hitting the trails. Whether you are looking for rustic woodland cottages, modern motels, or national-chain hotels, you’ll find it at Rhinelander. Many are located right on the trails. Hike or bicycle the numerous nature trails winding through the majestic Northwoods. Bring your golf clubs and enjoy two public golf courses.

View the spectacular fall bird migration at the 3000-acre Thunder Marsh Wildlife Area. The marsh offers a rare opportunity to observe spruce and tamarack forest birds, as well as many other species of marsh birds and waterfowl. Whether for a vacation, family reunion, business convention or a lifetime, your stay in the Rhinelander area will be unforgettable!

Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 795, Rhinelander, WI 54501
Phone: (715) 365-7464 Email: [email protected]

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