The most unique stop you’ll find skiing is at Ski Brule’s mid mountain Homestead Lodge. Delicious food and family fun! The Homestead Lodge is the 1800’s Oberg Homestead and the original Homestead Act, signed by President McKinley, hangs on the wall. The lodge is decorated with vintage photographs and antiques that were once used to farm the land. The antique pot belly stoves are the only source of heat in the Homestead Lodge and are the perfect place to gather with friends and swap stories after a day on the Ski Brule Mountain.
The Homestead Lodge is open daily 9-4:00 with limited hours during early & late season.
“Our family had a stellar weekend with you! Our girls learned how to ski with Betsy. We can now add skiing to their life sport skills. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. We especially enjoyed the Homestead BBQ. The ride up to Homestead, the food presentation, the food and the friendly staff all the evening memorable. We want to give a special shout out to Warren. He was not only informative but very entertaining! Thank you again for the wonderful ski experience at Ski Brule!” ~Kathy, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Grab A Bite To Eat & Relax On Homestead Deck
The scent of outdoor grilling fills the air during your trip down Homestead and North Forty trails. Enjoy lunch and your favorite brew on the sunny Homestead deck as you watch the slopes and tell stories of your day. Or warm up by one of the antique pot belly stoves (only heat source) with a Supreme Hot Chocolate and giant cookie.
Homestead BBQ Dinner: Imagine taking a sleigh ride under the stars to the mid-mountain Homestead Lodge where we welcome you with a warm smile and hello. Relax by the potbelly stoves listening to “Just The Two Of US” acoustic duo while watching the children tubing before feasting on Ski Brule’s Homestead BBQ dinner. On Thursday & Saturday nights, the Homestead Lodge serves an “all you care to eat” barbecue dinner of Ski Brule’s famous pulled pork, barbecue chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, baked beans, sauerkraut, salad, dessert, rolls and beverage. It’s a ‘must do’ after a day on the slopes.
The FREE sleigh ride to the Homestead BBQ dinner departs routinely from the bottom of the Homestead Trail 5-8:00. Parking is available but it’s highly recommended to take the FREE Brule Shuttle Bus from the Brule Lodge or your chalet to the sleigh ride.
Live music (Saturday) and Homestead Tubing add more fun to your evening at the BBQ. Homestead Tubing is traditional tubing (hike up the hill style) and suitable for all ages. Homestead Tubing is $4/person, unlimited rides and FREE on Thursday (excluding 11/26 & 12/24 ) to guests of Brule Village with activities pass.
- BBQ Dinner: Adult $14, Junior (age 10-17) $10, Kids (age 0-9) $8, Family $48 (includes 2 adults & up to 4 dependent children ages 17 & under).
- Available Thursday, Saturday and Dec 26, 28, 30 & Jan. 1, 5-8:00.
- Live entertainment during the BBQ Saturdays and during the holidays.
- Homestead BBQ dinner, sleigh ride and tubing are not available 12/24
Sleigh Ride: A free sleigh ride from the bottom of Homestead Trail will bring you to the BBQ. The sleigh departs to the BBQ routinely 5-8:00.
Homestead Tubing: This traditional tubing (hike up the hill) is fun for the entire family. An unlimited tubing pass is $4 and is free to guests of Brule Village on Thursday nights with a nightly activity pass.
“Love the place! Amazing conditions! So peaceful and quiet! Trails are fit for everyone, amazing staff and Homestead Lodge!” ~ Devan, Appleton, Wisconsin.