This winter, cabins and cottages are a popular option to shake up your routine while still practicing social distancing. Whether you are looking to mix up your work from home set up for a week, get off the grid for a weekend, or anything in between – here are a few ideas for cabins and cottages across the state to check out this winter. We want to remind listeners to follow public health guidance and take necessary precautions for safe recreation this season.
Kickapoo Valley Ranch – La Farge, WI (Vernon County)
Surrounded by over 8,000 acres of forest preserve, the guest cabins at Kickapoo Valley Ranch are a secluded sanctuary among the rolling hills of the Driftless Region. One of the neat features of the property is that it purposely has very little exterior illumination after dark, which offers guests breathtaking stargazing.
Inn at Timber Cove – Ashland, WI (Ashland County)
Just a mile off Lake Superior, these private cottages are nestled in the Northwoods on a beautiful 20-acre estate that’s reminiscent of upper class homes from the 1930’s and 40’s. Featuring modern amenities and updated kitchens, they have retro style fridges and microwaves that are a fun nod to the past.
Thorp House Inn & Cottages – Fish Creek, WI (Door County)
Located in the heart of Door County, the Thorp House has charming cottages just steps from downtown Fish Creek and right down the road from gorgeous Peninsula State Park. These 1- and 2-bedroom cottages have modern amenities, each featuring a fireplace and whirlpool tub. They are a perfect spot for a romantic Door County getaway this winter.
High Point Village Resort – Ogema, WI (Price County)
Located at the foot of Timm’s Hill, Wisconsin’s highest point, the four private cabins at High Point Village Resort offer stunning views and modern amenities, plus incredible access to outdoor recreation. These lakeside cabins are a cozy place to warm up after a day spent exploring outside. The property has miles of trails and connects to local trail networks for ample access to cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing.
We love helping listeners dream up their next Wisconsin adventure, but please call ahead to businesses to check if their hours or offerings have changed and learn what necessary health precautions are in place.
For more great travel ideas and resources, visit TravelWisconsin.com or call 1-800-432-TRIP.