MN Cabins For Rent – Dancing Bear Resort is Your Up North Destination
Cabin 6 rents for $690 per week. This one is winterized and is available all year. It is right on the beach and is tucked away in a corner, so you really feel secluded. This one has a regular size bath tub and shower.
Cabin 6 has two bedrooms, with a full-size futon. Once again, we provide sheets, pillows and comforters – just bring your towels.
Kitchen has all you need – pots, pans, dishes and flatware – everything you need to cook dinner and invite Steve. Plus, coffee maker, microwave, toaster and more.
This cabin sleeps four comfortably, but a couple more will fit if you open the futon. Four is the base number for this one.
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
Who Needs A Crockpot?
- Ground beef/hamburger meat
- Cooking oil
- Sliced raw potatoes, carrots, and onion
- Tin foil
Fold two layers of tin foil, then pop a fist-sized ball of the hamburger meat into the center of the foil. Drizzle a small about of oil on the hamburger (about 1/2 tsp). Toss in the carrots, potatoes and onions – add other stuff if you want to experiment. Fold over the tin foil edges and make a flat packet. Fold it up good and tight so it won’t leak and make a big old mess. Use tongs and put it right on the coals of your fire! When you hear it “sizzle,” flip it over. Flip pretty often (let kids help) and cook for 7-10 minutes. Open carefully HOT HOT HOT! Then poke a piece of potato with a fork. When the fork goes in and out of the potato super easy it is done. Serve with salt, pepper, seasoning salt, if desired.
Here are some more great cooking on a campfire recipes.