Why choose Rhinelander for your winter escape
Cozy, safe lodging where you can stay connected to work or school. Endless expanses of snow-covered wildernesses to explore. Delicious dining with carryout options. There are a lot of reasons that Rhinelander is the perfect place for a change of pace this winter—read on to discover more.
Clean, comfortable lodging
There’s no shortage of places to stay in the Rhinelander Area this winter, whether you’re looking for a cute cottage or a welcoming hotel with easy access to restaurants, shops and more. Plus, Hodag Country is a great place to work from “home,” since lots of our lodging properties have WiFi and other amenities. Browse our lodging listings to find a great place to stay today.
Hodag Country is home to lots of great restaurants, from classic supper clubs to bars and taverns that create local favorites. Plus, it’s easy to order for carryout or delivery so you can enjoy the food in the comfort of your cozy cabin or spacious hotel room.
Please note that many restaurants and other businesses may have changed offerings or hours; contact specific businesses directly with questions.
The great outdoors & tons of trails
Want to get some peace and quiet as you explore the snow-covered scenery and wintry fresh air of the Northwoods? Grab a pair of skis or snowshoes (or rent them at a local store like Mel’s Trading Post) and explore the Rhinelander Area’s cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails. Popular routes for skiers and snowshoers include the CAVOC Trails east of Rhinelander and the tree-lined Almon Park Trail.
While we’re still waiting to open our trails for the season, Rhinelander is a great hub for snowmobiling adventures when the white stuff flies, too. Launch your snowmobile outing from one of the area’s resorts and hotels that offer easy access to the trails and explore more than 1,000 miles of snowmobiling fun throughout Oneida County. Learn more about snowmobiling in Rhinelander.