Long John's Resort was originally built by "Long John" Kinas in 1945. The resort was built with the thought of providing his
family and friends with a place where they could relax and enjoy the beauty of the Northwoods and the great fishing & wildlife
activities found just outside the cabins' doors. The main house was once a small hotel and is now the primary residence of the
owner, who hopes to carry on the Long John's tradition of fun and hospitality for new friends and old.
Located on the beautiful, southern shores of Lac Sault Dore, (commonly known as Soo Lake), Long John's Resort's lake view
and spacious grounds make this resort a great place to enjoy the Wisconsin northwoods.
Soo Lake is approximately 600 acres with maximum depth of 21 feet and an average depth of 7 feet. Musky, Walleye,
Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, Perch, Northern Pike, and Bluegill offer you any type of fishing you desire.
Summer is always fun and relaxing at Long John's Resort. There's plenty of room for you to sprawl out on the beach area and
watch your kids swim, boat, water ski, or play volleyball or horseshoes.
When the hustle and bustle of summer is over, enjoy the warm days and the cool, crisp nights at Long John's. Fishing and
hunting is at its best. The colors are spectacular!
Price County prides itself with having the best snowmobiling trails in the state of Wisconsin, with more than 500 miles of state-
funded and club trails. Two major snowmobile routes, Trails 82 & 88, pass right through the resort. Groomers keep the trail
system in immaculate condition. We offer maps, oil, and gas for your convenience. Cross-Country ski trails are just minutes
from the door.