2017 “Bike the Back
$300 for two people for a two-night stay,
valued at $405
Fall Bike Package:
After the summer vacations are over, make time to come up to the Northwoods
when peace and quiet is at its best. The fall colors and the changing of seasons
can be observed while you are outside enjoying a bike ride.
We can help you plan your riding routes, or let your bike lead
you down one of the trails we have to offer. There are several
formal bike trails and then there are hundred’s of back
roads for you to explore. There are some amazing bike trails leaving
right from Dillman’s and then many more within a 15-minute
- Two-night stay at Dillman’s for two people
- A $50 dining gift certificate to Norwood Pines in Minocqua
- A gift basket including energy bars, bottled water, a bottle of wine, chocolates, and a Dillman’s flashlight
- A beautiful framed watercolor print of northern Wisconsin
- Free use of canoes, kayaks, paddleboat and tennis courts
$300 for two people for a two-night stay, valued at $405.
Between May 20 – June 15, 2017
September 4 – October 5, 2017. Excluding Friday and Saturday nights.
Based on availability. Two night minimum stay required. Package applies to units that are rated for two people. If you would like a larger unit, there is a $55 per person/per night up charge. Contact us for which units are included in this package. Call 715-588-3143 and mention this package. Dillman’s welcomes dogs, so bring your four-legged friend along. There will be no refund for any portion of the package that you choose not to use.
Bike Trail ideas:
- BATS - Crystal Lake Trail Apx. 12 miles from Dillman’s to trail head
The gently rolling B.A.T.S. - Crystal Lake Trail (Boulder Junction Area Trail System) lets bicyclists enjoy all
the scenic beauty without any of the traffic hassles on the county highways. It starts in Boulder Junction and is 13 miles one way,
passing by Trout Lake and Crystal Lake. Free parking and a beautiful trail.
- Bearskin Trail Apx. 15 miles from Dillman’s to trail head
This 18-mile railbed trail offers a packed granite gravel surface for biking. Excellent birding as the trail transects varied habitats, hardwoods, bogs, old-field,
marsh and springs, and trout stream. The south end of the trail is especially productive. Numerous trestles and boardwalks provide viewing stops and fascinating interpretive
signage. The trail begins right outside of downtown Mincoqua. There is plenty of parking and many retail stores and restaurants near by.
- Lac du Flambeau Attractions
You can leave directly from Dillman’s and bike many local attractions, including the Tribal Fish Hatchery, the Ojibwe Museum and
Cultural Center, and Waswagoning (recreated Indian village).
- The Discovery Center Apx. 15 miles from Dillman’s to trail head
The Discovery Center has 20km for mountain biking. The terrain is gentle and winds through the woods, along the lake,
bog and nearby Manitowish River. This trail allows you to explore a variety of habitats, plants and animals.
Here are additional links that might be helpful when planning bike routes:
Bring your bike, rent a bike, or use one of ours. You are more then welcome
to bring your bike. If you don’t have one or don’t want to bring
yours you can rent in Minocqua from: BJ’s
or Chequamegon Adventure
We also have about 6 adult bikes at Dillman’s.
Due to the fact they are for all guests to use, and are available on a first
come first serve basis, please don’t take them away from the resort
for more than a 1/2 day at a time.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Back roads of northern Wisconsin and to Dillman’s Bay Resort.
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