About the Resort

Lake Owen Resort is a northern Wisconsin family vacation resort with comfortable lodging and recreation for everyone.  It is located on the shores of Lake Owen which has been named Wisconsin’s healthiest of 15,000 lakes. The resort is a small family-oriented, family owned and run resort in the heart of the Chequamegon National Forest in the Cable Area.  We offer private cabin rentals, a 12 unit building with motel suites and a lower apartment for your lodging desires.  With the sandy beach & lake access for fishing, boating, & other recreation, there is plenty to do at the resort for an entertaining and/or relaxing vacation in Northern Wisconsin.  Lake Owen Apparel can be purchased in our office. We get a new shipment in every May and it sells out fast.  Check out our facebook page for the current styles.  We are more than happy to set aside items for your arrival.  Dock space is provided for your own personal boats.  We also offer pontoon boats, fishing boats and kayaks for rent to both our guests and to the public.

Please refer to our Availability page for a description of our reservation/cancellation policy.  Non-refundable deposits are required to make reservations.

The Bolen family invite you to come and make meaningful memories. Whether you enjoy the fellowship of a Resort atmosphere or want the seclusion of your own cabin, we have a place for you!

» Crystal Clear Water
» Sand Beach with Swim Raft
» Lake Patio with Tables & Chairs
» Fire Pit

Rec. Room with T.V. & WiFi
Fireplace with Cozy Seating
Eating & Game Tables
Pool Table
Full Size Refrigerator
Full Baking Oven
Big Screened-in Porch

The Grounds
Picnic Tables & Grills
Log Swings
Childrens Play Area

About Lake Owen

Lake Owen, with Crystal-Clear water, stretches 9 miles long in Southern Bayfield County. Maximum depth is 95′ deep. A large part of the lake is owned by Chequamegon National Forest giving Lake Owen a more private quiet appearance. Lake Owen Resort is located on the southern shore of the lake just four miles from Cable, Wisconsin.

Named the Healthiest of Wisconsin’s 15,000 Lakes

1,250 Acres

24 Miles of Shoreline

9 Miles Long

Maximum Depth 95′

Walleye (common)

Small Mouth Bass (abundant)

Large Mouth Bass (common)

Northern (abundant)

Crappie (common)

Perch (common)

Bluegill (common)