Cranberry Lake Resort & Campground

Cranberry Lake Resort & Campground is open with a beautiful sandy beach and newly renovated cabins!

Cranberry Lake Resort & Campground is located in Gordon, WI, in the town of Wascott on the Minong Flowage. We are surrounded by tons of recreational activities including, boating, fishing, and an incredible ATV trail system right outside our door.  

With 4 bars and restaurants on the lake accessible by boat, ATV, or car, there is something for everyone at Cranberry Lake Resort. 

We are located at:

GORDON , WI 54838-9233
(715) 390-0393
Email:    info@cranberrylakeresort.com


Coming for the 2024 Camping Season…
We are expanding our campground for seasonal RV sites.  Join our waiting list.  Send your name, address, phone number, and email address to: info@cranberrylakeresort.com 



We are located at:

GORDON , WI 54838-9233
(715) 390-0393

Booking Email:    info@cranberrylakeresort.com


We are in Northwest Wisconsin, between Douglas County WI Highways 35 and 53 just off of County Road T (the Red Dot on the map above).

Drive North on I-35 and take exit 70 at Hinkley. Head East (right) to Danbury (30 Miles).  Head North (left) at Danbury on WI Hwy 35 (14 Miles) to County Rd T. Head East (right) on T (13 Miles) to Chipmunk Hollow Rd. Take a left at the Golden Chipmunk sign. We’re on the left  of the road about before you get to the restaurant/bar on Cranberry Lake and the Minong Flowage.

About 50 miles From Duluth/Superior take either WI Hwy 35 South and exit East(left)on County Road T at Dairyland or take 53 South to Douglas County Road T (just past Gordon) and head West to Chipmunk Hollow Road (right).

Area Recreation

With over 2,300 acres of spring fed waters & hundreds of miles of connecting ATV trails from your front door, Cranberry Lake Resort & Campground is a paradise for all outdoor recreation activities!

Cranberry Lake
Is a 172-acre lake with 2.76 miles of shoreline.  It’s 95% sand bottom makes it a popular lake for swimming, paddling, and playing.  You will enjoy fishing for Northern Pike, Walleye, Largemouth Bass and Panfish.  Connected to the Minong Flowage by the Cranberry Narrows, it is passable by fishing boats and pontoons to the Minong Flowage.

The Minong Flowage
Has 1,564-acres, fed by the Totagatic River, and built by a dam built in 1937, has a sandy bottom with depths up to 21’. Although much of the Flowage is deep, it’s many shallow bays contain tree stumps and aquatic vegetation, making for some of best fishing in North Western WI.   Spend your day fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, and Yellow Perch.   The Flowage is also popular for boating, waterskiing, paddling, and it’s many sand islands to pull up to and share fish stories.

Whether you enjoy paddling, watersports, or boating, there is something for everyone at Cranberry Lake Resort.

The boating channel between Cranberry Lake and the Minong Flowage makes our area one of  NW Wisconsin’s most popular recreation & fishing lakes.

Jump in your kayak or canoe and paddle through Cranberry Narrows to enjoy nature and wildlife.  There are many bays to explore and you’re sure to see Eagles soaring overhead, turtles resting on logs, and deer at the water getting a drink.

If you feel the need for speed, Cranberry Lake is an excellent place to pull your tubers and water skiers! With clean, clear water that flows, they may fall in on purpose!


Do you love a gentle ride along the shoreline in your pontoon?  You can make this trip last an entire day!  Between Cranberry Lake and The Minong Flowage, you can spend an entire day cruising the shorelines.  If you feel the need for a swim, pull up to one of MANY sand islands and sand bars to cool down.  If you get hungry, there are FOUR bars and restaurants with boat parking to stop at and enjoy a great meal and an icy cold drink.

WI ATV Trails

Cranberry Lake Resort is located in the heart of ATV country, with one of the best trail systems in the country right outside your front door.  Well maintained and groomed trails run through some of the most beautiful and scenic country.  Please support the many businesses that the trail system connects to.

Jump on Trail 3 right at Cranberry Lake Resort and enjoy the ride with direct access to WI Corridor Trail 41, to the Wild Rivers Trail leading to Hayward, Cable, Superior, and more!  Please support the many businesses, bars and restaurants, and gas stations along the way. 

The dedication of time and hard work from this group of people are the reason we have this amazing trail system right here.  Please support the 4 Seasons Rec Club by attending meat raffles, buying apparel, and becoming a member.  If you’re only stopping through, you will find donation boxes at establishments along the trail system.