The Everett Resort

on the Eagle River Chain

The Everett sits majestically upon 6 acres of pine tree laden land on the Everett Peninsula in Eagle River, Wisconsin. The Everett Peninsula separates Catfish Lake, the largest lake on the Eagle River chain of 28 lakes from Cranberry Lake, the 2nd largest lake on the Eagle River chain of lakes. The Everett resort property boasts 350 square feet of breathtaking, gently sloping shoreline complete with its own private sand beach, 5 private piers, and a vintage over the water boathouse. The Everett is also home to the iconic Marina Bar which is now open to the public for the first time in over 25 years! Read about the history of the Everett below.


The Everett Resort is located on the Everett Peninsula, a narrow peninsula that separates Catfish Lake from Cranberry Lake, the largest and 2nd larges lakes on the Eagle River chain of lakes located in the heart of Wisconsin’s North Woods. During its peak, The Everett Resort was one of the largest and grandest American Plan resorts in the Eagle River area.

The Main Building, constructed c.1896, was the physical and social center of activity at The Everett Resort and between the 1920 – 1930, provided dining for up to three hundred guests each day. The Everett Resort’s Sunroom, Clubhouse, Gables, Eisenhower and  Linen Room, and the resort’s Marina Bar were all constructed in the early twentieth century. The resort also constructed individual guest cottages along the shorelines Catfish and Cranberry lakes. The Everett Resort’s Rustic and Craftsman style buildings were built with logs, wood and stone, reflecting a strong relationship with their natural surroundings.

The buildings of the Everett Resort have been visual landmarks on the lake for generations of Eagle River residents and vacationers. The Everett Resort stands as a reminder of an American Plan Resort and the grand era of vacationing in Wisconsin’s North Woods. In 1951 after the decline of the Resort Era, the Everett Resort was divided up and sold. The main resort buildings and a few cottages remained as one parcel, while the majority of the guest cottages were sold to private owners many being guests who frequented The Everett Resort year after year. Today, the Everett Resort no longer operates as a full American Plan Resort. The Everett Resort was purchased in 2018 and underwent extensive renovation with great care being taken to honor and retain as much of the original structure and design while offering all new and modern amenities for guests. The resort name was changed to simply, “The Everett” and now operates as vacation rental resort.

* All excerpts were taken in part from the National Register of Historical Places The Everett Resort, Washington Township, Vilas    County, Wisconsin Reference #08000982.

1269 Everett Road
Town of Washington, Vilas County
Established, 1896
Revived, 2019

In 2018, The Everett Resort was purchased by James Constine and Teena Abraham and re-named as simply “The Everett”. The Everett operates as a multi-building vacation rental resort. The Marina Bar, located directly upon the shoreline of beautiful Catfish Lake is now open to the public once again for the first time in 25 years.

The Everett underwent extensive renovation in 2018/2019. The owners have taken great care to honor and retain as much of the original structure, design and character of each building while at the same time, offering guests all new and modern amenities. The Constine Family and The Abraham Family invite you to visit The Everett and marvel in its storied past as one of, Eagle River’s most beloved landmarks and to join us in creating the newest chapter in The Everett’s history to be enjoyed for generations to come!

To everyone who assisted in The Everett’s Revival … Thank You!