It is the time of the year for all of the campground shows. Although Spur of the Moment Resort does not attend the campground shows, it is a member of the Wisconsin Association of Campground Owners. Our resort is small, and mixed so we have rustic camping cabins, camp sites, as well as full housekeeping cabins. It is a nice time of the year to shine a light on our more rustic side. For campsites the resort has just 5 available. There are No Seasonal Sites. The resort does not allow tent camping. However, we are unique in that our campsites are interspersed around our horse paddock areas; and the entire resort sits on the Nicolet Trail which is a 90 mile route through Oconto County. Campsites have 30 amp service and water; garbage can; picnic table; and fire pit. There is a bathhouse on site open to everyone; as well as a dump station for your convenience. http://www.spurofthemomentranch.org/cabins/eagles-nest-camp-site/
Our rustic camping cabins are quite comfortable, they have heat; beds with bedding; refrigerators; microwaves; and coffee pots. Each cabin has a TV with Dish network. Our Bunkhouse, the largest cabin sleeping up to 8 people has a full kitchen in it. All of theses cabins require that you bring your towels and share a common bath house. http://www.spurofthemomentranch.org/cabins/bunkhouse/
Back to the main trail, visitors have access to a variety of ATV/UTV trails through not only Oconto County, but Marinette County, Langlade County, Forest County, Florence County, as well as the UP. The Nicolet Trail is a multiuse trail; horse back riders also can use this trail to access horse trails throughout the southern end of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and Oconto County Forest. The resort has 15 paddock areas to accommodate our horse guests. The resort is also dog friendly. Oconto County is home to 58 lakes; 38 streams and rivers. You are welcome to bring your boats, kayaks, paddle board, fishing equipment etc. to enjoy our fun waterways. Other attractions nearby include the Mountain Fire Tower reopening this spring; Cathedral Pines; Bass and Boot Lake Recreational Areas; and the Chute Pond Recreational area. Most of our attractions are free or very modestly priced making for a great family adventure.
Although the resort does not do traditional trail rides, it can provide individuals with a wonderful horse experience one on one working with someone giving them the experience of working with a horse from the barn; to learning the basics of riding; and then going out for a one on one trail ride. Perhaps you would like to experience the way people moved around in the mid 1700’s through the 1800’s and take a carriage ride. Those experiences are available while staying in our campground..