Sleeps up to 5 people
Bathhouse is 50 yards down trail
This is our Jack Pine Cabin. Sleeps 5 with 2 queen beds and one couch. Seasonal cabin with a bath house, 50 yards down a trail, for showers and toilets. Air conditioner, mini fridge, microwave, and coffee pot. Fire ring and charcoal grill outside. It is very small and intended for those who like to camp out but also like shelter from the elements. It does have one baseboard electric heater and one space heater. Very private and great for those wanting time to reflect. The stars and the fireflies are enchanting from this cabin.
This Cabin is a “Housekeeping Cabin”
This means that if you stay for more than a day you will have to do some cleaning yourself, we do not come in and clean until you leave. Follow instructions posted on refrigerator for general housekeeping during your stay.
Upon leaving we do expect all garbage to be removed from cabin and put into provided dumpster, sweep floors, clean and put away dirty dishes, empty refrigerator & freezer of all food, and pull sheets from used beds.
Guest have access to the whole grounds.
There is a canoe & paddle boat for guest use.
A wood shed of campfire wood provided free of charge.
A charcoal grill.
There are several nature trails available: Winter months they are groomed for skiing & snow shoes.
Other things to note:
There are five cabins on the grounds so there may be others staying at the same time in other cabins.
Electric baseboard & space heater
2 parking spaces - posted with signs
All others, including guests to cabins park in General & Event parking field.
No motorized vehicles on grass or trails
Check-in: anytime after 3PM
Check out: by 11AM
Full refund for cancellations made within 48 hours of booking, if the check-in date is at least 14 days away. 50% refund for cancellations made at least 7 days before check-in. No refunds for cancellations made within 7 days of check-in.
Dogs must be leashed, cleaned up after inside and outside, never on the furniture or beds, preferably kenneled at night, and never left home alone in the cabin.
We do have wireless service that working travelers can log into.
Password given upon request.
Although remember the point is to get away from it all.
Headwater’s of the Mississippi River (Itasca State Park) 25 min
Statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox (Bemidji) 30 min