Are you searching for a warm, comfortable place to rest your Birkie bones?
In Cable, WI - Near the Birkie Start
Chambers of Commerce & Visitors Bureaus
Hayward Area Chamber of Commerce: 800-724-2992 or 715-634-8662, www.haywardareachamber.com
Cable Area Chamber of Commerce: 800-533-7454 www.cable4fun.com
Rice Lake Tourism: 800-523-6318 or 715-234-8888 www.ricelakewis.com/lodging/hotels-motels/
Ashland Chamber of Commerce: 800-284-9484 www.visitashland.com
Birchwood Area Chamber of Commerce: 800-236-2252 https://www.birchwoodwi.com/
Stone Lake Chamber of Commerce: 800-367-3306 https://stonelakewi.com/
The American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation, Inc., also provides a Lodging Directory* each year for participants. The directory contains information on hotels, motels, resorts, and private homes and is available by request as a courtesy to participants. The Lodging Directory will be available for 2021-22 events by June 1, 2021.
To request the Lodging Directory, contact the Birkie office 715-634-5025 firstname.lastname@example.org
*The American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation, Inc. (ABSF) is providing this list only as a courtesy and is not acting as an agent for any persons individuals, or entities whose names appear on this list. The ABSF, Inc., American Birkebeiner, and Birkie Enterprises make no representations as to the quality of accommodations provided by the names placed on this list, nor assumes any liability as a result of any individual securing or purchasing accommodations from this list. The ABSF is not responsible for monitoring which accommodation listings are compliant with state lodging licensing. Due to COVID-19, the ABSF makes no assumption to the health and safety conditions of accommodations listed.
Wanting to list your accommodations within the Lodging Directory?
2021-22 Birkie Lodging Directory Application
Attention Lodging Directory Applicants, State of Wisconsin requires a ‘State Lodging License’ for “all lodging places and tourist cabins and cottages, other than hotels and motels, in which sleeping accommodations are offered for the pay to tourists and transients”.