Wisconsin Accommodation September 11, 2015
These Awesome Cabins In Wisconsin Will Give You An Unforgettable Stay
There’s nothing like staying in a cabin. They are so comfy and cozy, and are so much better to stay in than a cookie-cutter hotel. Wisconsin is home to tons of cabins. Here are ten great ones to stay at:
1. Log Cabin Resort (Trego)
This cabin is located on the Namekagon Riverway. Enjoy canoe rentals and, new this year, an inflatable Splash and Play park.
2. Trails End Cabins (Hatfield)
Enjoy one of two (or both!) cabins that are built for year-round use. You are within walking distance of Lake Arbutus.
3. Little Pond Lodge (New Lisbon)
Choose one of four of these beautiful cabins, each equipped with secluded firepit gathering areas. What says Wisconsin more than those fun evenings gathered around a firepit? Also, they're pet-friendly.
4. Lakeview Log Cabin Resort (Mosinee)
Please note, Lakeview Log Cabin Resort has permanently closed.
You can't ask for a more gorgeous setting, located on scenic Lake DuBay. Take in the Wisconsin River. These quaint cabins are equipped for all seasons, and the property offers direct lake access.
5. Valhalla Cabins (Washburn)
These quaint and homey cabins come with a fridge, TV and linens. And each cabin has its own fire ring.
6. Trailview Cabins (Darlington)
ATV enthusiasts will LOVE staying in one of these six cabins. It is right by the Cheese Country ATV Trail.
7. Lake Rest Cabins (Arbor Vitae)
These family-oriented and dog-friendly cabins are a great place to disconnect from cellular devices and come together as a family. They are located right on Little Spider Lake, great for fishing and water sports.
8. Aberdeen Cabins (Manitowish Waters)
Enjoy one of these beautiful cabins and appreciate the crystal clear waters in the chain of lakes. Walk among pines that are as tall as you have ever seen on undeveloped shoreline.
9. Big Lake Colonial Cabins (Land O'Lakes)
These secluded cabins are nestled among birch and pine trees. The cabins have modern amenities such as Direct TV, linens, and grills.
10. Braune's Cabins (Hayward)
These cabins have history: they've been in operation since 1949. You'll enjoy excellent fishing, biking, and other outdoor activities in a very serene setting.
Wouldn’t staying in any of these cabins be the perfect way to appreciate fall?