Seven Pines Lodge was built in 1903 utilizing tamarack, white pine, native stone and cedar, it is thoughtfully positioned above a vibrant trout stream.

Listed as a "Significant Historical District" by the State of Wisconsin and the National Historic Register with a current federally approved Historic Restoration Plan, Project #330099. (BUTTON TO HISTORY PAGE)

Headquarters for the Seven Pines Symposium, Inc., a not-for-profit organization dedicated to public education and the advancement of the sciences. (BUTTON TO SYMPOSIUM PAGE)

The Historic Restoration of the property has only begun; it will require approximately 5.4 million additional dollars to complete. Please help us with your generous donation to this effort if you can.
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Seven Pines Lodge Preserve consists of 3 co-operative companies;

Seven Pines Lodge Symposium - a national historic district on 10 acres.

Seven Pines Trout Haven Homes - a 30-acre forest home development.

Learn more about Trout Haven Homes by clicking here.

Seven Pines Whispering Stick Resort - a 40-acre forest, your destination for the ultimate glamping experience.

Learn more about Whispering Stick Resort by clicking here.

Listed as one of the Top 25 Fishing Lodges 
in North America by Field & Stream Magazine
View the issue on Google Books by clicking here.

Selected as the "Summer White House" 
in 1928 by President Calvin Coolidge and his family. 
Learn more of our history by clicking here. (LINK HISTORY PAGE)

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For over 120 years - A place where you can hear yourself think

Meet The Owners

Upon completion of the historic restoration, the lodge and historic district will reopen once again to provide guests with a unique turn-of-the-century great camp experience featuring:

  • Meeting spaces and events
  • World-class, historically-appropriate resort accommodations
  • Fine dining, featuring fresh farm-to-table focus where available
  • Fly fishing for trout - lessons available.
  • Hiking, exploring and cross-country skiing in season
  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • Pontoon boat lake fishing
  • Bird watching - we are home to trumpeter swans, bald eagles, wild turkey, Canadian geese, ruffled grouse, pheasants, owls, woodpeckers, king fishers and more.
  • Swimming
  • ‚ÄčNatural educational activities