Close, trusted care providers are paramount for parents who require child day care. Located just outside the busy bustle of downtown Cumberland, upon a hill overlooking the lake sits Busy Beaver’s Daycare. A place where kids go not just to be out of their parent’s hair for a bit, but to learn and grow. Any parent will tell you that the first time you leave your child in the hands of the daycare provider is one of the hardest things to do. Go to work assured that you kid or kids are in good hands when you leave them in the care of Busy Beaver’s Daycare. Nicole and her staff do a wonderful job of keeping the children engaged, enriched and active while they are in her care. If you’ve experienced a shift in your job where you require child day care services, give Busy Beaver’s a call to see how they can help you with your needs.
Established in the prime resort days of the Cumberland area, this campground is one of the last surviving grounds with RV hookups and permanent cabins on site. A labor of love, this camp has survived because of the continued level of superior service and family-friendly fun it has offered year and year again. Finally turning the reins over just last year, Jim King established a reputation for Camp Brigadoon that keeps folks coming back time after time. An old school Summer camp feel with modern amenities, Camp Brigadoon hosts an annual fishing contest, 4th of July festivities, customer appreciation day and has a camp store where you can treat yourself to an ice cream cone. Located right on the lake allows for campers to enjoy fishing, boating and swimming within walking distance from their site. A home away from home for many during the Summer months, now is the time to reserve your spot for next year and ensure that you have the chance to vacation like your parents used to in The Island City.
No membership is needed to pull up a stool at this club! Club Cumberland has a long history in town, sporting a side by side bar and bowling alley. Separate entrances make this the perfect place to host a kid’s party while still having a little something to entertain the parents as well. Adults of drinking age, stop by and have a drink with friends, throw darts or knock some pins down during cosmic bowling. With a large outdoor seating area and tiki bar for fun in the Summer, plenty of games and entertainment can be found inside during the chilly winter months. Hosting many events like paint and sip nights, specials during packer games and of course the drawing of the Queen there’s always something going on at The Club. The drinks are always frosty, the camaraderie warm and the bartenders friendly.
Your one stop shop! Including a Deli with sandwiches, take and bake pizzas, salads, sliced cheese and meat. A lot of cheese and specialty cheeses. Home made fudge (made on site), brats and meat sticks, cedar crest ice cream (year round) CURD WAGON (cheese curd wagon) and gift boxes for businesses and personal gifts. Making cheese is soon to come at this location!
Recently purchased by Cumberland native, Dusty Anderson, the Corner Bar hasn’t lost a minute providing delicious food, cold drinks and a great place to shoot pool or shoot the breeze. With a large dining area on one side and a classic bar on the other, the Corner Bar & Restaurant provides food and fun no matter what age you are! Well know for the Corner Bar Basket (most might know this as the Lehmann’s basket from the many years this establishment was operated by the Lehmann’s), this menu item is a meal in itself! All your favorite things deep fried and piled high, get it to go and you’ll be glad you don’t have to roll yourself out the door to get home. Dine in or take out, Corner Bar has a great menu selection, let them do the cooking tonight!
Classic Friday night fish fry’s, Chicken and Rib dinners, parties out on the patio and a pavilion that can be rented for your own shindig. This family owned and operated business serves up American cuisine, and often has home cooked specials like beef stroganoff, chicken alfredo, pork chop dinner. Like and follow their Facebook to stay up to date with their specials & catch their giveaways.
Nuts and bolts, gardening goodies, whole home planning. Projects big or small, hobbies part time or serious, your local Ace Hardware can help you get the tools and supplies you need to finish up your honey-do list. Work with the guys in the planning section for everything from remodels to new builds, homes to pole sheds. With a healthy selection in store and the ability to custom order right to the store, don’t hesitate to ask if you can quite find what you’re looking for. Remember them also for small engine repair, chainsaw blade sharpening, propane purchase and exchange, key cutting, glass cutting and repair, pipe cutting and threading, paint color matching and screen repair just to name a few!
In a small town, you might not think buying a paper is really that necessary. You may think, I’ll just have breakfast one morning at the cafe and be caught up on what the local gossip is. Probably bump into the sheriff getting gas and find out who’s been breaking the law lately. Maybe even visit that Chamber lady to see what new businesses are poppin up in town. But that’s just half the story, every rendition you get comes with some amount of opinion. To get the full story, facts from both sides included, read the local paper! For just $36 you can get local news delivered weekly to your mailbox or computer for an entire year in the tri county area ($38 for out of state). Not only do you get news stories from town, but classified ads placed by your neighbors and friends, public notices to stay in the loop of what the city is working on, An Outdoorsman’s Journal, Barronett News & now, relevant COVID-19 information. With how easily manipulated information from the web can be, take solace in knowing that your local paper maintains integrity in reporting news stories to it’s community patrons. Easily subscribe online, or at the office during office hours. Cumberland Advocate papers can be purchased at numerous locations throughout the area.
If you haven’t called Ian to get your boat off the lake yet, you’re slackin! As the cold weather hits us (probably for good this time around) watercraft owners understand the importance of getting their favorite pontoon, jet ski or boat winterized and stored for the winter. The experts at Cumberland Boat Storage, Dock & Lift have plenty of experience in winterizing and storing boats for the winter months. CBSD&L offers both indoor and outdoor storage, shrink wrapping and will even pick up your boat from the dock or driveway and deliver it again in the Spring when it’s time to hit the lake once more. As we are later in the season, please call ahead to make sure all these options are still available for the Fall 2021 season. Northwoods weather is hard on docks and lifts so if you’re in need of a replacement for next Spring, visit their showroom on Main Street in Cumberland to see examples of some of the great brands they carry like Beach King, Daka Docks, Lift-Tech & more!
If you’ve ever had tooth problems, you know just how important it is to see a competent dentist quickly. The staff at Cumberland Family Dental understand that dental needs are usually urgent, as most people put off going to the dentist until it’s absolutely necessary. They’ll take care of you quickly and efficiently so you can quell the pain and fix the issue as soon as possible. Serious dental procedures can add up quickly, so they offer many ways to pay like credit, most insurances and also flexible payment plans. Though they are a small practice, they offer many services for you and your family including crowns and bridges, extractions, dentures, veneers, whitening and of course routine preventative care. If your teeth are bothering you, go see Dr. Walters or Dr. Lehmann soon!
Founded in 1934 as Cumberland Savings and Loan, the bank’s original mission was to provide funds for home loans and pay fair returns on savings investments. Constantly adapting to fulfill the needs of the community, since those early days Cumberland Federal Bank has added a variety of services like checking accounts for businesses and individuals, investments and financial planning, online banking, bill pay, safe deposit boxes, notary public and more! Recently they just opened up a second branch in Ladysmith, WI. Cumberland Federal Bank in Cumberland, WI is also the main location that you can purchase Chamber Bucks from, they make great gifts, come in increments of $10 and are good at all participating Chamber Businesses!
The golfing season never seems to be long enough, but that’s just the trade off we have for living in such a beautiful area as the one that Cumberland Golf Course is nestled into. Boasting a Championship Par 72, 18 hole course, this is one of the premier courses in Wisconsin’s Northwest. Expertly curated, you’ll find the challenge of rolling hills, narrow greens and water elements thrilling and frustrating all at once! Hone your skills here no matter if you are a beginner or a pro and enjoy one of the most serene settings while you’re at it. Stop into the clubhouse before you hit the course and follow up afterwards with a signature Sandarita at The 19th Hole.
Established for the community in 1956, the Cumberland Hospital has grown and adapted to the ever changing technologies and offerings for health care. Licensed to provide emergency and surgical services, rehabilitation, oncology/infusion, swing bed, specialty providers and wound healing they have been a necessity in this community and we hope that their new location only grows on their reputation to provide the best care possible for their patients. Cumberland Healthcare has gone above and beyond simple patient care, hosting annual men’s and women’s health nights, diabetes support groups, free car seat safety checks & more! They have committed themselves to ensuring our community stays safe and healthy however it is convenient for the patient including telehealth visits and Saturday morning clinic hours.
Providing service at the highest standard of reliability at the lowest cost possible is the mission statement for Cumberland Municipal Utilities. Water, electric and sewer are all managed by the utility company for the local population of nearly 2500 people. Offering convenience paying your bill, you can opt to mail in, drop off or pay your bill online. Always striving to offer the best for their customers, Cumberland Municipal Utilities has kept updating and upgrading their operations throughout the years like a new water tower, burying power lines for safety and keeping the public in the know about the best current practices for saving money on their water and electric bills. At Cumberland Municipal Utility, customers can count on reliable service with minimal interruptions in power, water and sewer. Visit their website to learn more about getting signed up for service.