Cakes at the Lake

Cakes at the Lake is an all-you-care-to-eat breakfast, followed by a free nature program sponsored by the Long Lake Preservation Association.


Breakfast: 8:00 am – 9:45 am
Presentation: 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Program Fee: $8/person; $5/child (ages 4-12)
Children ages 3 & under: Free

Location: Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary

Registration is NOT required. 


Food & Drink: We will be serving all-you-care-to-eat pancakes in plain and specialty flavors. Gluten free pancakes are available upon request. Meals come with a side of sausage and a fresh fruit salad. Coffee, decaf, hot water, cold water, and orange juice are available to drink.

Restrooms will be available for use in the Recreation Hall throughout the program.

Accessibility: Both the Barn Dining Hall and the Recreation Hall are accessible to people using walkers and wheelchairs. A golf cart is available to transport guests from the parking lots to the Dining Hall.


Saturday, June 29, 2024

Wisconsin Dragonflies
with Jeff Fischer, President of the WI Dragonfly Society

Embark on a fascinating journey into the world of dragonflies with Wisconsin Dragonfly Society President Jeff Fischer! Join us for an engaging presentation to uncover the captivating lives of these remarkable insects. We will explore their diverse habitats, intricate behaviors, and pivotal role in Wisconsin’s ecosystems! Gain a deeper understanding of these aerial acrobats and their importance in maintaining the ecological balance of our natural landscapes.

Saturday, July 20, 2024

The Dinosaur of Fresh Waters
with Craig Roberts, WI DNR Fisheries Biologist

Be a part of an educational journey to discover the ancient marvels of sturgeon. Dive into their prehistoric origins, remarkable adaptations and vital contributions to freshwater ecosystems with Washburn/Burnett County DNR fisheries biologist, Craig Roberts! Explore the enduring legacy of these magnificent fish, often hailed as the living relics that are in our own backyard.

Saturday, August 10, 2024

Our Ancient Ancestors
with John Bates, Naturalist & Author

Journey through time and explore the rich history and intricate ecology of ancient old-growth forests! Discover the remarkable characteristics and biodiversity of these pristine ecosystems, learning about their importance in preserving nature’s legacy. Investigate with John Bates, naturalist of Trails North and author of ten books on the Northwoods and Upper Midwest.

Saturday, August 24, 2024

Moose Mania
with Licia Johnson, Naturalist 

Delve into the world of moose in Licia Johnson’s captivating presentation! From their impressive antlers to their adaptive behaviors, we will explore moose habitat preferences and their vital role in the ecosystem. You can also explore several artifacts during this fun and informative program. You can compare your hand to a moose track or find out how heavy a moose antler is!

Licia has been a professional naturalist for 20 years, the past 17 at the North Lakeland Discovery Center in Manitowish Waters, where she is the Education Director and Senior Naturalist. Born and raised in northern Wisconsin, Licia has great respect for wildlife and loves to educate others on their amazing lives!



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Call the office between 9 am & 4 pm on weekdays to register over the phone. We can take credit card payment over the phone. 



Stop by the office between 9 am & 4 pm on weekdays to register in person or mail a check.


  • Participants who cancel online or notify Hunt Hill by email or phone at least 48 hours before the program or event will receive a refund minus a 10% processing fee.* 
  • Participants can choose to receive their refund via their payment method or keep it as a credit** for a future program. 
  • Participants who cancel less than 48 hours before the program will not receive a refund or credit.
  • Participants who cancel online or notify Hunt Hill by email or phone, at least 15 days before the day of the program or event will receive a full refund minus a 10% processing fee.*
  • Participants who cancel less than 15 days will not receive a refund or credit, unless their spot can be filled by another participant. If filled, a refund will be issued minus a 10% processing fee.*
  • Participants who cancel 48 hours or less before the program will not receive a refund or credit.

Refunds will follow the same procedures as the ‘Programs Over $25/person’, except that:

  • If a participant cancels less than 15 days before the first day of Spanish Camp and the spot cannot be filled, the participant will receive a ½ refund (no additional 10% processing fee assessed).
  • If a participant has to leave during the week of camp, a refund of $50/night will be refunded.

If Hunt Hill has to cancel a program or event, all paid registrants will receive a full refund or credit.

 *There is no processing fee assessed on refunds kept as credit or when the participant paid with cash or check.

**Credits can be held until December 31 of the year the cancellation was made. After that, credit is forfeited. Hunt Hill is unable to offer refunds for credits requested and not used.