Flambeau Vista Retreat, LLC – Your home away from home!

Reservations and Information

Email: reinhard624@hotmail.com

Call: (715) 492-4823

Mail: Kathy Reinhard, PO Box 151, Park Falls, WI 54552

Four-season log cabin lodging located on the shore of the Turtle Flambeau Flowage.   

The retreat is comprised of two cabins, Flambeau Vista 1 (900 square feet of living space) and Flambeau Vista 2 (1,300 square feet of living space).

Flambeau Vista 1, a full-log cabin, was built in the 1940’s and remodeled in 2000 to include a split-log addition containing a kitchen, bathroom, and three-season screen porch. The original section of the cabin contains two bedrooms, a loft and a cozy & comfortable living room. The cabin has modern-day conveniences with the nostalgic charm of an old-fashioned vacation cottage.

Cabin 1 




Flambeau Vista 2 was originally built in the late 1930’s, remodeled in 2006, and also has nostalgic features with modern-day comforts. The new section features two bedrooms, a large loft and a bathroom. The original interior space received a face-lift during the remodel and has an open concept kitchen, living & dining area and a large three-season screen porch. 

Cabin 2 




Located on Lake Bastine, one of the natural lakes encompassed by the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage, Flambeau Vista is truly a top-notch year-round vacation retreat!    


Reserve now for prime winter dates and request the NO SNOW GUARANTEE. The no snow guarantee is not valid December 20 through January 1. If the snowmobile trails are closed due to a lack of snow your deposit will be refunded in full. With an average annual snowfall of over 200 inches, you are most likely guaranteed ample snow cover for outdoor activities! Iron County has over 500 miles of snowmobile trails connecting directly to trails in several other counties. You can easily access the trails directly from the driveway. You can also try Boondocking – riding off trail on unmarked forest trails. Cross-country ski, snowshoe and fat bike trails are located nearby. Ice anglers can watch tip-ups from the kitchen of Flambeau Vista 1. Venture just outside our door to jig fish for Walleye, Crappies, Blue Gills and Perch.


Spring and early summer are particularly dramatic times to explore the regions 12 waterfalls. Some cascading over 90 feet! With more than 200 inches of snowfall most years, the melt flows wild through the region’s rivers. View the walleyes spawning at Lake of the Falls under the careful eye of the “Walleye Watchers”. Open water fishing season for Walleye, Northern Pike and Largemouth Bass begins the first Saturday in May, and Musky season opens the last Saturday in May. Smallmouth Bass fishing is catch and release through mid-June.


Summer brings spectacular fishing, boating, swimming, wildlife viewing, stargazing, campfires and other outdoor activities.


The months of September, October and November are excellent for late season fishing and the time when Walleye begin to feed heavily to fatten-up for the winter. Many trophy Musky are caught in the fall. Hunt and photograph small & large game on acres of nearby public land. Roam the trails and back roads viewing fall colors from your ATV, bike or auto. Fall colors will begin to show in early September and peak in early October.