Spend the Night at These Dreamy Wisconsin Cabins

Wake up with a cup of coffee and an overlook of the lake at a quiet log cabin on your own personal oasis. This isn’t just a daydream when wandering in Wisconsin — it’s reality. Stay at a cabin that’s old-fashioned, one that’s surrounded by nature or one with more modern amenities for the ultimate trip that suits you perfectly. Escape the everyday and unwind for a while at these cozy cabins. 

Bearskin PointHarshaw 

Sit outside and enjoy the sunrise on your own private peninsula at Bearskin Point near Harshaw. This nature-lover’s dream home is in the middle of Bearskin Lake. Much of the lake is undeveloped and surrounded by natural forestry, where loons call, bald eagles soar and muskie, walleye and smallmouth bass swim.

Take in the view at the waterfront patio, head to the dock to cast a morning line or relax by the fireplace perfect for a chilly fall day.

Bearskin Point

Pine Cove Cabin – Minocqua

Get cozy in this nostalgic cabin near Minocqua with flannel blankets, camp mugs and canoe paddles that line the walls. The view of Lake Katherine will take you back to the days you were at a summer camp with friends. 

Feel free to swing on the hammock under twinkling lights at Pine Cove’s hideaway by the shore — a screened-in patio and deck. You can pull up a chair to play some competitive games of monopoly, have a s’more party by the bonfire or just relax during your memory-making vacation.

The Log Cabin at Hunt Hill - Sarona

Have you ever stayed in an old-fashioned log cabin before? This cozy cabin, built in the 1930s, is on the grounds of the Hunt Hill Audubon Society, a 500-acre Northwest Wisconsin nature preserve. The historic charm includes authentic hand-forged hardware, a lofted bedroom, and a stone fireplace to keep you warm in every season.

This cabin is close to miles of hiking trails and two glacial lakes — perfect for a solo adventure, a family vacation, or a best friends getaway. You’ll be among vibrant red, orange and yellow trees, and when the weather’s right, visitors can borrow Hunt Hill’s canoes to explore the chain of lakes.

Off-Grid Inn – Fall Creek

If living simply and enjoying quality relaxation time suits you—then we have the perfect cabin for you: one of Wisconsin’s only rentable tiny homes. Set up on wheels in the woods surrounding Fall Creek, this modern cabin has all the essentials for a low-key getaway: a cute kitchen, bathroom and shower, cozy lofted bed, and, of course, an incredible view of the neighboring forest.

Large windows keep the interior as close to nature as possible, so it’s the perfect opportunity for a family photo worthy of next year’s Christmas card. Even just posting this picturesque trip on social media will have all your friends asking where you found such a whimsical Wisconsin hideaway.

Cabins 3, 12, and 36 at Treeland Resort - Hayward 

For a group getaway you won’t soon forget, book a stay in a spacious cabin at Treeland Resort that sits right on the edge of Musky Bay on the Chippewa Flowage. Gather around at the fireplace inside or the firepit outside past the perfect patio for grilling out (grill included!). Explore the water with one of the included paddleboards or kayaks from your personal dock or hang out at the resort’s heated pool under starry skies. All three of these cozy cabins are wheelchair accessible, so gather up your family and friends and get ready for the perfect up north cabin vacation. 

Travel back in time with these nostalgic Wisconsin cabins, or browse our full directory to find your perfect cabin getaway.

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