Pitlik’s Sand Beach Resort – Creating Family Tradition’s has become our Family’s Tradition – Since 1928!

Pitlik’s Sand Beach Resort is nestled on 1,500 feet of Sand Lake shoreline on the Sugar Camp Chain of 5 lakes.  Amongst the 15 cabins accommodations include log cabins with open-beam cathedral ceilings, large stone fireplaces and spiral staircases.  Pitlik’s Resort is located on the WI State Snowmobile Trail System and is near the annual World Championship Snowmobile Derby.  Cross-country skiers will want to visit nearby Nicolet National Forest, where trails are rated among the top ten in the USA.  And 90 minutes to the north are Upper Michigan’s famous downhill slopes.

Visit Joe’s Taproom and Rena’s Place Restaurant in the main lodge for panoramic lake-view relaxation, spirits and nostalgic lake lodge dining, warmed by 2 fireplaces.  Rena’s offers a full menu featuring freshly made options such as locally raised grass-fed burgers, gourmet sandwiches, housemade soups and nightly diner specials.  Friday night, year-round, features the popular Shore Lunch Fish Fry.  Joe’s Taproom offers a rotating lineup of craft brews on tap and is home to the skillfully handcrafted Ultimate Bloody Mary and made-from-scratch old-fashions.

Celebrating its 92nd year and the last resort remaining on the chain, Pitlik’s Resort has offered generations of guests a memorable Northwoods experience in lodging, ambience and relaxation.

“Creating Family Tradition’s has become our Family’s Tradition – Since 1928!”


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