Mecikalski Stovewood Building Circa 1899
This National Historic Site was constructed with a unique method of folk architecture also known as cordwood construction. Built at the turn of the century, it is the only known commercial example utilizing the stovewood building method in the United States.
Get Your Lucky Break at Mole Lake!
Mole Lake is more than just great games and hot casino action. It's your complete entertainment destination! Mole Lake Casino & Lodge is located just seven miles south of beautiful Crandon, Wisconsin, and offers all your favorite slot machines, dining, lounges, and also first class accommodations in our 75 room Lodge, which includes spacious suites, a fitness center, swimming pool and a full service Conference Center. While you're here, be sure to enjoy the many mouthwatering options in our Café Manoomin, and also relax and enjoy our Lounges for your favorite cocktail.
The recent opening of County Roads B, G, Q & all town roads surrounding Pelican Lake, Shingle Mill & Bass Lake Roads in the Oneida County Forest now give the avid ATV/UTV rider a perfect destination to come visit & enjoy!
By using County Roads G & Q you have easy access west to both Oneida County & the Langlade County Forest Road, Parrish Highlands Trail System in Langlade County & also the Harrison Hills Trail System in Lincoln County.
If you take County B on the southeast corner of Pelican Lake the route has access to Musky Mart gas & convenience station & from there you can go east towards Post Lake, Pickerel, Mole Lake onto the Forest County trail system.
The area offers diverse & scenic glacial moraines, upland hardwoods, cedar swamps, small rivers & lakes with the terrain being slightly rolling to very hilly for both beginner & experienced riders. There are plenty of businesses to stop & relax at along the way & you'll find your welcome second to none.
Most trails close December 1st, opening is in May dependent on the weather. Check with each county for details or get updates on the Pel-Cho Mudd Nutz Facebook page.
Bass Lake Golf Course has 18 holes of cut out of the deep northwoods forest with oak & pine trees lining the beautiful manicured fairways. They also serve great food at the 19th Hole Bar & Grill. Call 715-623-6196 or visit them at www.golfbasslake.com