Your Family Vacation Cabin #2 is Ready for You!
This family vacation cabin used to be a teeny, tiny studio cabin – literally one room. Steve worked his magic and now it has plenty of room for your family. Tell the kids to bring some friends. There is room! The porch is perfect for sitting, drinking your first cup of coffee and watching the sunrise. The view of the lake is a stunner and sitting on that screened in porch in the morning and watching the sun come up is an amazing way to start the day. It truly is like having your very own family vacation cabin right on Balm Lake.
- Three bedrooms with full-sized/double beds
- Screened in porch with dining table for six
- Full sized futon
- Private firepit
- Access to two docks
Cabin 2 rents for $795 per week or $125 per night. Steve did a lot of way cool work in this cabin a couple of years ago. It is so cozy, yet roomy!
This cabin has an easy to cook in kitchen. Remember, all you need is supplied in the kitchen – coffee maker, microwave, pots, pans, plates and flatware! Just bring food and drink and get ready to relax.
The beds are double/full sized beds. Sheets, comforters, pillows are all provided. Bring your personal towels and you will be ready for a good night’s sleep after a hard day of relaxing, sight-seeing or fishing.
Join us for your well-deserved vacation. This could become your family vacation cabin of choice!
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 Recipe
Breakfast in a Bag
- 2 thick pieces of bacon (ummm-bacon)
- 1 egg
- Paper Bag
- Stick – 2-3 feet or so. Coat hanger is ok.
Cut both the bacon pieces in two pieces, then cover the bottom of the bag with the bacon.
Crack the egg onto the bacon. Roll the bag down three times and poke it onto the stick.
Hold the stick over the fire for about 10-15 mins. The bacon keeps the bag from catching on fire (well, it usually does).
Want more campfire cooking recipes? Go see.