Northern MN Cabins for Rent – Classic Vacation Getaway
Our most affordable cabin at $500 per week!
Cabin 3 has two bedrooms, with a full-size futon and a darling kitchen. It also has a super deck that sits right on the lake. This cabin is perfect for a cozy week at the lake. Bathroom has a nice shower. $500 per week, base number of guests is 5. Great price…just ask us!
OK, let me say it again…you get the full cabin on a lake experience for just $500 a week!
What are we – back in 1956?
Like the other cabins, Cabin #3 has a fully equipped kitchen – pots, pans, dishes and flatware – everything you need to cook up that mess of fish you caught. Plus, coffee maker, microwave, toaster and more. Just what you need to get away form it all.
The beds are double/full beds with pillows, comforters and sheets provided. All you need to do is bring your personal body towels with you !
Family vacation means so many different things to each of us. What does it mean to YOU? Teaching your kids how to fish? Watching your Labrador Retriever jump off the dock for the 10,000th time? Enjoying a beverage with friends? Or maybe just a relaxing evening around the campfire cramming S’Mores into your face as fast as you can make them (oh wait, that is MY vision)? You can do all of the above here at Dancing Bear Resort and Cabin #3 can be your destination location. No matter what the economy has presented in the last few years, this cabin is affordable. Maybe I can think of a witty name for this cabin…hmmm.
Start creating your own MN family memories here at Dancing Bear Resort!
Firepit Campfire Cooking Recipes
Steve’s Lazy Pizza (uses the pie cooker cast iron thingey)
- pizza sauce
- mozzarella cheese
- pepperoni or other pizza toppings
Butter each piece of bread on one side. Place one piece of the bread in one half of the metal pie cooker with the buttered side out. Pile up the sauce, cheese, and all the other yummy stuff in the middle of the bread. Then put the second piece of bread over the top, buttered side out. Clamp the cooker together, lock it and put into the hot coals. Rotate it as needed. Want some more recipes? Go here.