Things to do

Spring and Fall
Spring and Fall are the best times to come to High Point Village for both hiking & biking.  Enjoy the miles of trails including Timms Hill, the scenic highest point in the state - just short walk from the Main Lodge! Thousands of people journey to the area on a yearly basis to see the beautiful fall colors and to climb up the overlook towers at the park.

Don't forget your camera, as wildlife is abound at High Point and photo opportunities are endless. Catch various birds, deer, and other animals in their natural habitat, creating that perfect "Kodak moment" just for you!

Summer
At High Point, there is plenty of summer fun for the whole family to enjoy. Tour Bass Lake via paddle boat, take a quick dip in our designated swimming area, or warm up the grill and enjoy your favorite foods at your own summer picnic or cookout.

If a quiet morning or evening fishing trip is what you are looking for, then be sure to fish our stocked fishing lake, or take your pick from one of many nearby area lakes.   A fishing boat and paddle boats are provided for our guests to share.

Winter
Winter activities are plentiful at High Point. We have miles upon miles of cross country ski trails, snowmobile trails, and of course snowshoeing trails. Since we are located at the foot of Timms Hill, our trails vary from flat and straight for the beginner, to long and winding which will challenge even the most seasoned veteran. We hold various races throughout the winter season that offer both the beginner and the pro a chance to compete and have some winter fun.

ABOUT US

Open year round, High Point Village is sure to provide enjoyment for all its visitors.  Fall brings the late September autumn leaves in spectacular full color.  Hiking and biking trails are at their finest.  Visiting Timms Hill at this time of year is well worth the trip.  Winter brings the beauty of Wisconsin's white wonderland.  Cross-country ski and snowmobile trails are well groomed throughout the trail system.  High Point Village on Bass Lake provides an excellent area for ice skating, snowshoeing, and ice fishing.  The first weekend in March, High Point hosts one of the best major snowshoe competition events in the state.  Spring and summer activities are a genuine treat.  High Point has a swimming beach, dock for boating and fishing, woodland trails, bird watching, and endless clear skies with shooting stars and the occasional aurora borealis.

Serene Landscape Beauty
High Point Village is located on Timms Hill National Trail at the edge of Bass Lake, which connects to the Ice Age Trail.  It also includes Timms Hill, the picturesque highest point in Wisconsin.

Year Round Recreation
The abundant hiking, biking, cross-country ski and snowmobile trails makes High Point Village the perfect getaway for serene recreational fun for family gatherings, outdoor activities, vacations, conferences, reunions, retreats, banquets and weddings.

Lodging
Each cabin at High Point Village is constructed and decorated in charming northwoods style.  There are five free standing chalets, each with kitchen, bath, family room areas and loft with twin beds, plus more!

Event Venue
To accommodate a wedding, banquet, family reunion, company retreat or corporate meeting, we have the Snowshoe Lodge available for use.  The Lodge is complete with fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, and large deck.  It also provides recreational equipment for outdoor activities and retreats.  The outdoor pavilion, "Moonlight Terrace," is available with additional tables and chairs to seat up to 200 guests.