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    • Counties: Barron County, Polk County
    About Turtle Lake / Cumberland Area
    About Turtle Lake/Cumberland Area

    Lake life is infused into the very fiber of the Turtle Lake/Cumberland community, with Beaver Dam Lake enclosing the town of Cumberland entirely. Only an hour and 45 minutes to the Cumberland and Turtle Lake from Minneapolis, Minnesota, this area is the perfect balance of natural beauty and proximity to city amenities.

    Lakes of Siren/Danbury Area

    Known for its abundance of fish variants like panfish, musky, largemouth bass, and northern pike, this area is an angler’s dream. Most of the lakes in the area, like Beaver Dam Lake, Turtle Lake, and Horseshoe Lake, have public boat landings, allowing for motor trolling, water-skiing, kayaking, and more!

    On the shore, there are dozens of miles of hiking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and ATVing trails to explore. Loon Lake State Wildlife Area is a 3,000-acre state park where you can bask in the wonders of the Wisconsin wilderness while hunting, birding, and trapping.

    The numerous lakes in this area lay the foundation for a booming lake home market. With rustic cabins with a lake view or palatial mansions right on the water, Turtle Lake/Cumberland can satisfy every dream for your next vacation home.


    Settled by the Chippewa Native American Tribe, this area has evidence of human presence dating back to 8,000 years ago. The Chippewa are the second largest First Nations group in the United States and are known for their robust cultural history and artifacts like scrolls containing information on history, songs, geometry, maps, and memories.

    European and Russian settlers came in the 1800s, brought the railroad, and built a sawmill, foreshadowing the continuing expansion into western territories.

    Local Attractions

    When the cold wind blowing across the lake has you thinking of a warm fire, and a mug of hot cider, the towns of Turtle Lake and Cumberland are the perfect place to relax after your day of wilderness exploration. Try out restaurants like Lake Country Pizza for a family-friendly atmosphere or Louie’s on the Lake for a fine dining experience.

    Immerse yourself in the local communities by attending some of the region’s most anticipated events:

    - Indianhead Chorus Harvest of Harmony

    - Changing Colors Bike Ride

    - Baker Orchard Fall Festival

    - Barron County Truck Show

    One of the biggest attractions in the area beside the natural beauty, is the St. Croix Casino, offering slot machines, blackjack, craps, and other games.

    A Northwoods Jewel

    The Turtle Lake/Cumberland area boasts rolling hills, numerous waterfalls, and thousands of hours of fun waiting for you in your very own lake home. Take advantage of the variety of lake homes available and speak with one of our agents today!