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we stayed the week in a tent and had an awesome time. we stayed in the campsite known as "no man's land" and we couldn't have been happier. our own trail to the docks. very nice people and just a great all around old fashioned...More
My family and I have been staying at Sisko's for 40 years both in the cabins and as seasonals in the campground.
OF IMPORTANCE TO NOTE: Sisko's is NOT a fast paced, high tech resort full of amenities. If you require a swimming pool, a...More
We stayed here a week in our motorhome. The campsites on the lake are excellent (power and water). They have lots of trees, which might make it difficult to back in larger trailers (though several people did so successfully). The camp host (Vicki?) was extremely...More
We had 11 people staying in the house and the whole week was issue after issue with broken chairs, door knobs that locked people in the bathroom, broken toilet, dryer not working, TV not working & many more. This is not the first place that...More
We stopped for a cocktail on a trip around the Flowage. Very interesting bar area. Lots of wood, taxidermy, and antique hunting and fishing tools. However, unless you were there to fish or talk fishing, there was no conversation from the bartender at all. Interesting...More
Response from SiskosResort, Owner at Sisko's Pine Point ResortResponded 3 July 2017
Thanks for stopping at our lodge for a drink. We are actually a little happy about your review that there was a lot of talk about fishing. There is a large lake in Minnesota to rename nameless where taking of walleyed is not allowed at...More