Beginning May 26, 2023 (Memorial Day Weekend), you will be able to enjoy exclusive use of the historic Knapp Island Lodge – located on its own two acre private island just north of the Stout's Island Lodge boathouse complex on Red Cedar Lake. Guests will also have access to Stout's Island Lodge amenities.
Both the Stout's Island & Knapp Island Lodges were constructed over 100 years ago by the sons of the co-founders of the Knapp-Stout lumber company, and have been landmarks in north central Wisconsin for generations - each incomparable in their own right.
Knapp Island is perfect for one or two couples – with or without family members. Click "Request More Info" to receive updates about this new exciting lodging option. Reservations are currently being accepted.
Stout's Island Lodge
Stout’s Island Lodge is an Adirondack-Style “Great Camp Lodge” modeled after the ones in Adirondack National Park. It sits proudly in the center of the 1800-acre Red Cedar Lake in northwestern Wisconsin, just a two-hour drive from the Twin Cities.
The island resort, which includes two adjacent islands (connected by a bridge gifted to Frank Stout by Andrew Carnegie), includes 43 guest rooms that are situated in 11 unique cabins & lodges located within the sprawling 18-acre property. Many recreational activities, such as fishing, canoeing, tennis, and croquet, are available to island guests.
A creatively reimagined traditional lodge menu - using local ingredients when possible - is served in the epic dining room of the 1903 Main Lodge.
Stout's Island Lodge
Guests of Knapp Island Lodge are free to enjoy all of the activities and amenities that Stout's Island Lodge has to offer.
In addition to the beautiful natural scenery in the area, there are many local festivals and dining and shopping options to keep our visitors engaged year-round.
Tagalong’s golf course is also a wonderful excursion for Stout’s Island Lodge guests, and is one of only a handful of fantastic local golf courses.
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