So you’ve gathered your family around the kitchen table and asked every member (that’s old enough to understand the question), “what would you like to do for this year’s family vacation”? And in unison, everyone yells, “let’s go to Caribou Bay!” (jk) We hope that’s what everyone yells. But even if it’s not, you’ll be going somewhere with the idea, you’re there to make memories.

The happiest guests seem to be those that arrive with an idea of what they would like to do with their well-deserved break from everyday crazy. They’ve spent some time researching the fun things available at the venue as well as the fun things available around the place they stay.

A lists of things to do (your family’s “to do” list) can be very helpful. For instance, Caribou Bay Retreat is located on 35 acres woods, water and pine plantations. You can hike, snowshoe, cross country ski, swim, fish, play tennis or do just about anything out of doors. The point is, check your venue’s website to see what they offer and plan activities accordingly.

Depending on the time of the year you stay with us, you are within an easy drive of the Wisconsin Dells, many challenging golf courses, fishing lakes, Class A Trout streams, ski hills, excellent restaurants/Wisconsin supper clubs and small hamlets that have a myriad of shops for browsing. At Caribou Bay there is a map of local Amish bakeries, vegetable stands, quilt shops and businesses to explore. The Mecan and Wedde segments of the Ice Age Trail are within walking distance from us. Use the retreat as a base and bike, jog or walk around the rural roads. Explore and have fun. These are just a few of the things you can do off the retreat’s property.

When making up your vacation “to do” list, keep in mind that weather can make plans change at any time. What might not work today might work great tomorrow, so keep alternative activities in mind.

Call or send us an email/text asking about your favorite activities. We are more than happy to help you have fun any way we can. Let’s make memories!

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