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Wisconsin Cabins & Cottages
Last Updated: 12/30/2013
IMAGINE: The snow gently falling outside, while the crackle of the fireplace keeps you warm inside.
Let’s face it, there’s something iconic about renting a cabin or cottage in Wisconsin’s Northwoods. It’s quiet, beautiful and chalk full of small-town hospitality. If you haven’t experienced it first-hand, winter is the time to make it happen!
The Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary in Sarona is truly a wilderness escape. It offers two rustic log cabins for rent. While both have road access, you’ll feel miles away from civilization. The surrounding grounds are exceptionally diverse, including prairieland, marshes, bogs, mystical old growth forest, and lake front views. You can even schedule a naturalist-guided hike on the 10+ miles of trails nearby.
The Amherst River Dance Cabin in, you guessed it, Amherst, is an eco-friendly escape. The building is largely made from recycled materials and uses solar water heat. The eclectic, yet Zen interior features stairs built around a tree trunk! A beautiful hand-carved canoe hangs from the ceiling adding to the sense of being close to nature. You don’t have to worry about keeping warm with fireplaces, a campsite, and even a Jacuzzi tub!
These are just a few of the hidden gems Wisconsin has to offer. You’ll find a full directory of Wisconsin cabins and cottages on our website. Enjoy!This entry was posted in Things to Do