Stout's Island Lodge is an historic treasure is nestled on a secluded island in the middle of a quiet lake. The only distractions on the island? Birds and sunsets. Wind in the trees. Water lapping. Moments of natural silence. The sound of your own muse. You'll find no TV or phones in rooms (but don’t panic … wireless can be accessed in common areas and we’re assured that cell reception is good).
Stout’s sits proudly in the center of Red Cedar Lake, an 1800-acre lake in northeastern Barron County, Wisconsin (just two hours, 114 miles east of the Twin Cities). There are two islands connected by a 100-foot walking bridge. The two islands have a combined acreage of 18 acres. All lodging is located on the West Island; the East Island has walking trails as well as a small picnic cabin on the northern tip. Red Cedar Lake is known for its water quality, its fishery, and for its quietude.
At Stout’s Island Lodge, every room is different, every nook and cranny holds some unique surprise.
Dining at Stout's
Stout's culinary approach is inspired by the rich traditions of the Upper Midwest and the incredible local farmers, artisans, and purveyors who supply the Lodge. Much of the summer produce served at Stout's is grown organically. Note: Our included meals are vegetarian and delicious, but don't worry! If you crave that bison burger or maple encrusted salmon, you'll have enough down time to indulge.