Wild Goose Resort
Our games room is located in the main lodge and is open to resort guests. It is a large room equipped with a pool table, ping pong table, cards table along with a cupboard of games. There also is a reading area and small library with books for every age. We also have a television set up with a selection of movies. Wireless Internet is available.
Fish Cleaning Facility
The fish cleaning facility is a large, screened in building with a central cleaning table with a sink and running water for cleaning up. Next door, under the same roof, is the freezer house. With your fish cleaned and labeled in a package there are two freezers available to freeze your fish. At the entrance way you will notice the bragging post to hang your fish on and photograph your catch.
Store & Office
The office is located in the center of the main lodge. Office/store hours are from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm daily. If you arrive after hours there is a doorbell to ring for assistance. All guests are required to check in at the office upon arrival. We have a small store with snacks and pop, light tackle, beach toys, t-shirt/hats/hoodies, and ice. We also sell non-resident fishing and hunting licences as well as minnows.
Located on the North side of the main shower house is our laundromat. Coin operated machines are available. Laundry soap or dryer sheets can be purchased in the store. The main shower house has 2 toilets and 2 shower stalls with hot & cold running water in a men’s side and woman’s side. Ideal for those RV camping or tenting but open to all our guests.
Take a Peek
Don’t just take our word for it! Explore some of the beautiful scenes and incredible aventures you can expect at Wild Goose Lake & Resort.
Come share with us the beauty and tranquility of our home. We’re always here to help, smiles are free. Become a part of our Wild Goose Lake Resort heritage. Did we mention we have boats on outlakes? We have boats on Wig, Rogers, Eaton and Lindsley Lakes. Have you ever fished for walleye, northern pike, perch, splake, blue walleye, brook trout or bass? Look no further.