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When people think of a Wisconsin resort vacation, whether it’s for a business conference, golf, a quiet fishing retreat, a place where their creative talents can cultivate, or simply a family reunion filled with sailing, skiing, and swimming, many turn to the natural serene world of Dillman’s Bay in Lac du Flambeau.
We recently returned from a week at Dillman's Bay Resort. It was our first time at this resort but not our first to the North Woods. Although we enjoyed the week, and our accommodations were somewhat comfortable, we most likely will not return. The kitchen...More
This was our first visit to Wisconsin and Dillman's was wonderful. As I mentioned to the owners, Denny and Sue, their brochure doesn't do it justice. Although we were only there 2 nights, we took full advantage of their amenities including the complimentary bikes, paddle...More
We so enjoyed our stay. We were amazed at how well stocked our rental was and how laid back the place is.
Definately would love to return and do it again. All the family enjoyed themselves. There were plenty of things to keep the little...More
I took a fabulous collage workshop at Dillman's with Laura Svencer the week of May 19. Although I had a long day of travel and arrived after 11 p.m., someone was there to pick me up from the Rhinelander airport and when my bag did...More
The resort website is a wonderful planning tool. Great detailed description of their accommodations and plenty of photos. We are planning a trip for next year and I found the information on their site to be extremely helpful and detailed.
I really can't say as to the sandy bottom as I was there for an artists workshop. I did see that they have a swim beach that is sandy but I didn't actually see the water bottom. Trip Advisor will not allow me to send their... More
I really can't say as to the sandy bottom as I was there for an artists workshop. I did see that they have a swim beach that is sandy but I didn't actually see the water bottom. Trip Advisor will not allow me to send their website link but it is simply dillmans.
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