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2024 Rates and Availability

(715) 651-7345

Tagalong Condo

Tagalong Condo #306

$325 per night for 8 People + tax
Additional One Time Cleaning Fee
Please, No Smoking and No Pets.

This condo is spacious! It has a main floor with a nicely furnished LR with a fireplace, a modern kitchen with an island, a small dining area, a master bedroom and bath, and a laundry area and mud room. There is also a large loft which is furnished with two queen size beds and dressers, a sleeper couch, a reading area, an entertainment area, and a full bathroom with a deep soaking tub. All the mattresses are new high tech quality with memory foam mattress covers.

Our condo is conveniently located on the main or 2nd floor of this walk out building. The main floor is adjacent to the covered loading/unloading area and parking lot. The main floor also houses the ballroom, swimming pool, hot tub, and exercise room. 

The condo fronts on to an old stone boat house converted into a quaint lakeside Pub (no indoor seating) with convenient outdoor seating. The Pub is open Saturday and Sunday afternoons and evenings in the summer and sells beverages and food to be enjoyed in an outdoor setting next to the lake as you listen to live music from the small outdoor bandshell. 
Additionally, this site offers large open areas and fronts onto Red Cedar Lake and backs onto theTagalong 18 hole golf course.  Red Cedar Lake is a great fishing and recreational lake and is one lake in a chain of lakes located in this wooded area.  And the Chetek chain of lakes is only a few miles away as is Long Lake. You will also have access to several hiking ( Ice Age Trail) and cross country skiing trails, plus ATV and snowmobiling trails, and the Cheers restaurant and bar located on site.  And to top it off, the 18 hole Tagalong golf course is on site. Tagalong was built in 1925 and is modeled after the St. Andrews links in Scotland.  The entire development here has a Scottish flare.

Off-site, there is the Christie Mountain Ski Resort is just 12 miles away. Not to mention, the lavishly developed Stout Island Restaurant on Red Cedar which you can access daily via a ferry boat right from our boat house. The island is named after Mr. Stout, the lumber baron who originally began developing this area and built his home on the island in 1920's. Pat Boone purchased the Loch Lomond area in the 1950's and 1960's and escaped to these beautiful lakes and woods between his concerts and movies.

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