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Spooner Wisconsin area hotels, motels,  resorts and campgrounds
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Andree's Resort
W9515 County Road E
Spooner, Wisconsin 54801
715-635-2666

Benoit Lake Campgrounds
1980 County Road G
Spooner, Wisconsin
(715) 635-2421

Best Western American Heritage Inn
101 Maple Street
Spooner, WI 54801

Highland Park Resort & Campground
W8050 SA Carlton Road
Spooner, Wisconsin 54801
715-635-2462

Laconia Lodge Resort
5640 Slatehill Road
Spooner, Wisconsin 54801
715-635-8093

Ma & Pa's Resort
W6005 Spooner Lake Road
Spooner, Wisconsin 54801
715-635-8578

Northwinds Resort
2069 County Road G
Spooner, Wisconsin
(715) 635-8089

Persen's Dunn Lake Resort
W7815 Dunn Lake Road
Spooner, Wisconsin 54801
715-635-9557

Pine Harbor Resort
W6038 Spooner Lake Road
Spooner, Wisconsin 54801
715-635-3561

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Rainbow Bay Resort
1970 Rainbow Road
Spooner, WI 54801-8902
715-635-2390

Rest-A-While Resort
26649 N. Lipsett Lake Rd.
Spooner, Wisconsin 54801
715-635-2438

Scenic View Campground
24560 Scenic View Lane
Spooner, Wisconsin 54801
715-468-2510

Shady Beach Resort
W9330 Lakewood Road
Spooner, Wisconsin 54801
715-259-3501

Shaunie's Resort
1344 W Point Rd
Spooner, Wisconsin
(715) 635-2227

Shell Lake Municipal Campground
715-468-7846

Sunshine Resort
1179 County Rd E
Spooner, Wisconsin
(715) 635-2619

Tall Timbers Resort
N4811 Rainbow Dr
Spooner, Wisconsin
(715) 635-3326

Trade Lake Inn
20760 Cedar Point Rd.
Grantsburg, WI 54840
715-488-2620

West Point Lodge
1150 W Point Rd
Spooner, Wisconsin
(715) 635-7622
"John Coit Spooner (born January 6, 1843 - died June 11, 1919)
Following service with the Union forces in the Civil War, Captain John Spooner completed his military career by serving in the Dakota Territory until he was mustered out as a brevet major in June 1866."  From Spooner Chamber site