Looking for a Vacation Cabin in the Woods?
Cabin in the woods is the dream of so many of us. If it is not on your list to own one, we invite you to come stay with us and have all the fun of cabin ownership without the headaches and hassle of owning a cabin. Not to mention the costs. Take the easy route, rent Cabin 1 and come see us.
What do you want from the resort you select for your vacation?
Close to the lake – check
Comfortable – yep
Kitchen that has it all – gotcha covered
Screened in porch – of course!
Pet friendly – absolutely!
Cabin 1 is a two bedroom cabin with a big screened in porch with a perfect view of the lake. This one is available all year!
- Two bedrooms – full size/double beds
- Screened in porch with dining table
- Private firepit
- Recently remodeled
- Full sized futon
Price is $690 per week or $125 per night.
This cabin is the closest one to the driveway as you pull into the resort property. It has a lovely view of the resort and you are steps away from a secluded private dock. Now, there is a two-story home that is not a rental cabin right before you see Cabin 1. Cabin 1 is right past that home and has stairs that lead up to the porch.
All of the cabins have fully furnished kitchens. Coffee makers, pots and pans, dishes, glasses, all the good stuff. Now, if you plan on making something that requires a special piece of equipment you might want to bring your own croissant making tool. The basics – they are there!
Also, beds have sheets and comforters, so no worries there. All you need to bring are your personal towels and such.
Reservations & Deposits
To book a cabin, check the calendar to see if the cabins and weeks you desire are available. Then call or email us and we will check availability, get your deposit and get you “in the books.” There is also a calendar in the sidebar that will show what is available for the year.
FirePit Campfire Recipes
Coconut Campfire Creation
- Sliced Italian bread
- Sweetened condensed milk
- Flake coconut
Dip both sides of Italian bread in sweetened condensed milk, then roll it in the coconut. Stick the bread on a roasting fork and cook it over your campfire. Drooling as I type…
For more campfire recipes – check this site out.