PITLIK’S SAND BEACH RESORT
Enjoy family fun and Northwoods adventure every season of the year! Pitlik’s Sand Beach Resort features picturesque wilderness relaxation, peaceful lodging and activities for a terrific Eagle River getaway. Your stay at Pitlik’s can include rounds of golf, biking on paved trails, horseback riding and thrilling go-kart rides. Winter brings you miles of trails, perfect for NE Wisconsin cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. You’ll love the resort’s northwoods location offering the finest in wilderness relaxing! We offer a variety of cabins for your perfect getaway. Come explore the tranquility of nature, the comfort of home and pure fun, on the beach, sitting around a crackling campfire or mingling with friends and family in the rustic main lodge restaurant and taproom any time of the year!
Call For Reservations
Kitchen & Bar are Closed on Tuesdays
12pm – 8pm (Kitchen) 11am – 10pm (Bar)
Monday & Wednesday:
4pm – 8pm (Kitchen) 4pm – 10pm (Bar)
12pm – 8pm (Kitchen) 11am – 12am (Bar)
Friday & Saturday:
11am – 9pm (Kitchen) 11am – 2am (Bar)
Friday Night – FISH FRY 4:30pm-9pm
Join us for our Happy Hour “Safety Meeting” Every Thursday!
A $1 Donation Gets you buy-one-get-one drinks Thursday from 5-7pm
…AND helps raise funds to support local causes!
Creating Family Traditions Has Become Our Family’s Tradition!
With your support we have sold 100 Sugar Camp Safety Committee tees and in doing so have raised $1,000 in support for local causes. We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you at the next safety meeting at Pitliks Sand Beach Resort (every Thursday 5-7pm). Please continue to encourage friends and family to find out what the Sugar Camp Safety Committee is all about. Together we can make a difference in our community. All in favor? 🙌
Pitlik’s Resort is located on Sand Lake, nine miles southwest of Eagle River, Wisconsin. Sand Lake is one of five lakes connected on the Sugar Camp Chain of Lakes. The twelve cabins and rustic main lodge stand on a grassy slope overlooking the lake’s south shore. Acres of heavy forest – Norway pine, birch, oak, and maple – envelope the resort providing a rich habitat for the area’s wildlife population.