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The Seeley Area offers a wide array of outdoor activities 365 days a year. The Lenroot Lodge, Sawmill Saloon and Mooselips Java Joint provide first rate accommodations to everyone who comes to enjoy all that Northern Wisconsin has to offerâ¦spring, summer, fall and winter. The Sawmill Saloon and the Mooselips Java Joint offer a comfortable setting for your morning cup of coffee or one of the Sawmill's world famous homemade pizzas. Strike up a conversation and make new friends or enjoy the live entertainment!
Once you stop, you'll be hooked! The Lenroot Lodge offers first-class accommodations in a first-class location. The remodeled school house has been transformed into a log-framed lodge with 10 clean, comfortable, smoke free rooms overlooking the scenic Namekagon River.
Lenroot Lodge is right in the middle of the action between Hayward and Cable. The unique and versatile accommodations offer easy access to the Namekagon River, the Birkie Trail, CAMBA Trails, snowmobile trail #63 and all the beauty of Northern Wisconsin! Convenient location for all your year-round activities!
The Sawmill Saloon located on Highway 63 in Seeley, Wisconsin is a great stopping place for locals and tourists alike. Easy to start up a conversation and make new friends. Once you stop, you'll be hooked~~ whether by the Area, the live entertainment, the ambiance or the eclectic display of logging antiques.
Great homemade pizzas, dinner entrees, broasted chicken and fish.
Have your next bnquet, wedding, Christmas parties and special events held with us!
- Good Food · Cold Beer · Daily Homemade Specials · Live Music!
- Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner Served Every Day!
- Thur: CHEF's SPECIAL, Friday Night Broasted Fish Fry, Sun & Mon Broasted Chicken Dinner, Sat Steak Night
- Banquet facilities available for weddings and parties.
- Theme parties on a regular basis.
Whom to Contact
- Cindy FerraroPhone: (715) 634-5660
- Accepts less than full week's stay
- Major Credit Cards
Located at the Junction of Hwy. 63 and County Road ''OO'' in Seeley