Flambeau River State Forest - Wisconsin Wilderness Wonderland
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- Minimum stay:Contact owner
- Pets considered:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Winter cabin description
The cabin has a functional floor plan with its fully equipped kitchen and split log kitchen table. The living room is anchored by a full-wall, stone, wood burning fireplace and is flush with light filtered through the antique windows. The three bedrooms are all roughly the same size and are furnished with twin beds with one having a bunk bed set in it. Each rooms central LP heat vent can be individually controlled. There are no enclosed closets in the bedrooms but rather a suspended, hard closet rod upon which to hang street clothes or heavy, wet hunting/fishing gear so that it dries. The bathroom has a tub/shower combination. The enclosed entryway covers wood for the fireplace and has shelf space for coolers and other equipment. The garage has an outdoor dog kennel attached to it with a swinging doggy door for inside access. Inside access to the first stall of the garage must be restricted.
Keywords: Four Season Cabin
- Vacation Rental
- Pets Considered
- Children Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit For Renters
- Non Smoking Only
Bedrooms: 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 9, Beds for 6-9
- Twin or Single Beds (1), Sleep Sofa or Futons (1), Bunk Beds (1)
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Parking Off Street
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer
- Wood Fireplace
- Satellite / Cable
- CD Player
- DVD Player
- Deck / Patio
- Outdoor Grill
- Water Skiing
- Cross Country Skiing
- Jet Skiing
- Mountain Biking
- Wildlife Viewing
- Sight Seeing
- Great canoeing and kayaking river w/shuttle service next door
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Great Time Bow Hunting
Great Time Bow Hunting
My son and I stayed there for 4 days this past October for some bow hunting. We had a wonderful stay and the cabin was a great set up for doing just that. The cabin's decor, lots of hunting and fishing pictures, and the deer mounts and antlers added a nice touch. We spent a lot of time looking them over. I had a successful hunt, shooting a nice buck and my son shot and missed one as well. Would definitely recommend this cabin to others and plan on doing so again this year.
- Guest BowHunters (Wausau, Wisconsin)
- Date of stay 10/27/11
- Review Submitted 04/09/12
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, sightseeing, pet owners, adventure seekers.
This cabin has a lot of history. It was built in the Chequamegon National Forest by the CCC, then moved to its present location, where it served as a gift shop for Big Bear Lodge. This is a great location for hunting or fishing outings on the Flambeau. After a long day on the river, get a fire going in the massive stone fireplace and settle in for a quiet night in the Northwoods. You'll enjoy your stay, but save a weekend for me - I plan to come up this year for some muskie fishing and grouse hunting!
- Guest Dan Small (Outdoor Wisconsin)
- Date of stay 01/16/10
- Review Submitted 01/16/10
What a wonderful place you have Brad. We were so fortunate to be able to stay there last year when filming for Minnesota Bound TV on the Flambeau River, and a photo shoot the next day with 2 writers/photographers from the twin cities. I mention this because as their host...it is important to have great acommodations to create the right environment for the intensity of a day on the water. Your place is beyond measure the bomb! Having all of your needs taken care of in such a beautiful setting allows you to focus on the most important thing....fishing ! I look forward to many more visits, as my family and I have been canoe fishing right there since 1987. Every detail has been thought out and the ambiance in the cabin with all of your family memorablia is priceless. It helps to have Big Bear Lodge next door for shuttle service and the wonderful food and atmosphere that Al and Phyllis have there. If someone is interested in talking to me about my recommendations, I would welcome their call. 507-288-2750
- Guest Bill Plantan (Rochester, MN 55906)
- Date of stay 01/16/10
- Review Submitted 01/16/10
$250/3 nights .. $480/week plus sales tax $250 refundable deposit. 2 week cancellation required. minimum 3 nights.
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Year Purchased: 1990
About the owner: Inexpensive, comfortable get-a-way in the beautiful, 90,000 acre Flambeau River State Forest. We love the peace and quiet and beauty of Wisconsin's Northwoods and hope you will too.
Why the Owner Chose Winter:
We are both avid outdoors people and had been vacationing in the area for years. We bought the cabin in 1990 when the former resort owner offered it to us as one of the last of his cabins available. We like the location near the road and in the heart of the Flambeau River State Forest. Whatever season we are there and whether we are there for a long weekend or a couple weeks, we enjoy being able to do as much or as little as we want followed by the cozy feel of the cabin in the evening and at first light.
The Unique Benefits at this Cabin:
HUNTING The area has some of the best grouse, woodcock and whitetail habitat in the country. Regardless of what you are after, with 90,000+ acres at your disposal, yours days afield will be filled with adventure. FLAMBEAU RIVER & BASS LAKE The Flambeau River consists of the N. & S. forks which contain Class I-IV rapids for advanced canoers and kayakers and also have placid stretches for those looking for an easy float. There are campsites located on both forks and shuttle service is available at Big Bear Restaurant next door. Bass Lake, located deep in the forest off Tower Rd. (get directions from the Forest Office)is a non-motorized wilderness lake awaiting your fishing or floating enjoyment. There is parking and a groomed trail to the lake to carry in your gear. Pack a picnic lunch and eat near the launch at the base of a large hemlock grove. CHIPPEWA FLOWAGE, CONNORS LAKE AND LAKE OF THE PINES The nearest launch for the 'Big Chip' as it is know, is just north of Hwy 70 on Cty Rd. CC north of New Post, WI. This flowage, known for record muskies, is largely undeveloped and loaded with numerous islands so bring a map. Pack lunch and pull up on any number of islands for your own private break in the fishing action. Connors Lake is known for walleye and has great sand beach which is within walking distance of the boat launch which is great for children. More developed than Lake of the Pines, it's crystal clear. Lake of the Pines, known for good pan fishing, also has a beach (at the campground) and a launch. Fishing licenses can be purchased in both Phillips and Winter. Bait next door at Big Bear. ATV's/SKIING/SNOWMOBILING The forest contains mile and miles of trails for all types of activities with maps for each available at the Forest Office, across the street from the cabin. Be prepared to see wildlife in their natural setting whether you are walking or venturing past at a faster pace.
- Primary: +1 612-309-1398
- Secondary: +1 920-254-1980
- Tertiary: +1 262-492-2694
Misty summer dawn over Long Creek
Kitchen complete with oven,cooktop,microwave, coffeemaker and refrigerator
A cozy night by the fire
The cabin - note stone chimney to fireplace
Deer feeding in the backyard in fall
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