to Houman's Resort.
1962-2017 - 55 Years
Rustic Modern Cabins set in the beauty of the outdoors. Sports bar and family restaurant, Week end getaway. We are located in the Northern Wisconsin Wilderness Forest area. Burnett County has one of the largest Maintained Trail Systems in Minnesota or Wisconsin.
New June 1, 2017
Town roads opened giving Homans Resort direct access to all state and county RV trails!
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|Over the last two summers I have come to realize that our area is one of the best in Minnesota and Wisconsin for Biking. (Motor or pedal). Plus you would have to travel to the boundary Waters to find better kayaking. A chain of 9 lakes with Upper Gull Lake and Loon Creek is County forest Land,is the same today as when we moved here in 1962. Burnett County is rated in the top 10 for best Fall Colors.|
All cabins are modernized with running water and hot water showers.
Pet's Welcome! Pet's stay free.You and your pet are free to run on Miles of trails thought the Woods or go swimming in the lake.
Cabin Rentals: $700.00 per Week +tax
Week runs Saturday to Saturday
prices subject to Change
4 Day Weekend Special $280 + tax*
Check in Anytime Friday, Leave Anytime Monday
Day Weekend Special $220 + tax*
Check in Anytime Friday, Leave Anytime Sunday
Half a Days Travel
to Most Major Midwest City's! ! !
Miles to Minneapolis - St. Paul, Minnesota
350 Miles to Milwaukee, Wisconsin
350 Miles to Des Moines, Iowa
425 Miles to Chicago, Illinois
550 Miles to Kansas City, Missouri
Sideshow 55 years
The enjoyable thing about living at Houman's Resort for over 50 years is seeing the generations of Family's growing up before our eyes.
We morn the loss of loved one's and rejoice in the faces of the Children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren, that take their place.
|The information contained herein is accurate to the highest degree possible as of 12:01 A.M. this morning. Due to the elapse in time and memory, the fish may be bigger; the car's faster and Good deed's Greater. Never ask if the fish are biting because we will tell you, "You should have been here yesterday. They were biting like crazy". Never wear a tie. People will ask "What are you selling"? And what ever you do; don't forget your map and compass. We are still looking for the family that left their map in Cabin # 12 last week.|
A bad day fishing beats a good day at the office.
|Loon Creek. Miles of natural waterway on Burnet County forest Land. Ideal for canoeing or kayaking.|
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