Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa
Lac Courte Oreilles is known for its world-class fishing waters. The
Chippewa Flowage, Grindstone, Lac Courte Oreilles, and Little and Big Round
Lakes are well-known for their fishing excellence. Stay at "The Landing," a
family resort located in the heart of the Chippewa Flowage. The remodeled
resort features a large dining room overlooking the beautiful Chippewa Flowage,
ice cream shop and a deck to enjoy your meal or relax outside. "The Landing"
features nine spacious cabins to accommodate guests, along with boat and
pontoon rentals for guests to enjoy world-class fishing or just to explore
the beautiful lake.
Lac Courte Oreilles is near the Fresh Water Fishing Hall Of Fame which is located in Hayward, Wisconsin. Featuring the huge musky building, (you can walk through), pools of pan fish to view and look at the awards that anglers have recorded over the past years. Hayward also holds the Lumberjack World Championships held every year in July, which is a fun experience for the whole family watching the Lumber Jack and Jills com- pete for the World Champion Title. Enjoy Stay-n-Play golf with Big Fish Golf Course next door.
Lac Courte Oreilles Casino, Lodge & Convention Center provides a mixture of slot machines, from penny to five-dollar limits, as well as Video Poker and Keno that fill the casino floor. Blackjack Tables, along with Let It Ride, Craps and Roulette are all offered. Our Poker Room offers live poker nightly, in addition to weekly tournaments and specials. The 300-seat bingo hall combines classic bingo along with bingo machines- get those daubers ready! The Lodge offers 75 rooms, indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna and fitness center. Enjoy a cocktail or catch your favorite sports team on one of our six flat screen TVs in the Champions Sports Lounge. Hungry? Grab a quick snack at the Wigwam Restaurant. We also feature an "All You Care To Eat" buffet and all of this under one roof!
The Honor the Earth Pow-Wow is the largest traditional Pow-Wow in the state of Wisconsin. It is enjoyed by thousands of people each year and is held the third week in July. The Pow-Wow features Native American singing and dancers in full regalia and a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional foods. When you visit the "Lac Courte Oreilles" Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe, bring your camera- pictures, as well as the memories, will last a lifetime.