For a quiet and peaceful outdoor experience, rent one of these secluded cabins in Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Florida, Hawaii or Wisconsin.
Enjoy the sounds of nature as you wake up in a secluded cabin in some of the most spectacular scenic areas you will find anywhere.
Be sure to click through on each secluded cabin rental below to read the full description before you reserve your spot. Access & amenities vary widely.
Directions Lost Lake rustic cabins are located about 100 yards South of the Lost Lake Campground off of Forest Service Road 2156! From Florence, take Highway 70 for about 20 miles and take a righ onto Forest Service Road 2450, go about 1 mile and continue straight onto Forest Service Road 2156 towards Chipmunk Rapids Campground about three miles, you will have crossed a bridge over the Pine River, drive by the Chipmunk Rapids Campground on your left, go about 1 mile and go past the Lost Lake Campground on your left. Go about 100 yards and take a left into the Driveway to the Lost Lake Cabins. You have been driving on blacktop and if you hit gravel you went too far. Address is 4450 Chipmunk Rapids Road. Lost Lake is one hour east of Eagle River via State Highway 70 or one hour west of Iron Mountain, Michigan
Directions Entrance into the cabin is by combination lock. Prior to your arrival please contact the Hell Canyon Ranger District, Monday – Friday between 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Mountain Time, at 605-673-9200 to obtain the combination. From Newcastle, Wyoming, travel east on US Highway 16 for approximately 9 miles to Forest Service Road 117, Boles Canyon Road. Go North on Boles Canyon Road for approximately 12 miles and turn left on Forest Service Road 265, Summit Road. Follow Summit Road for approximately three miles to the Summit Ridge Cabin which is on the left. Note that Boles Canyon Road and Summit Road do not receive any maintenance during winter months, including snow plowing. Phone 605-673-9200 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, HUNTING Keywords SRLC,BLACK HILLS NF -FS Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images South Dakota State Road Conditions South Dakota State Tourism Overview Summit Ridge Cabin is located near the
Directions Lake Dorr Cabin is at the southern end of Lake Dorr. Follow SR 19 north from Altoona. Turn left on East Altoona Road onto McCall (CR 8378) to reach the cabin. Total trip takes less than 10 minutes. Phone 352-669-3522 Activities BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, SWIMMING SITE, CANOEING Keywords Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Florida State Road Conditions Florida State Tourism Forest Service Concessionaire Overview Lake Dorr Cabin is set along the south shore of beautiful Lake Dorr, ideal for a family getaway. The cabin is open year-round and creates a great setting for plenty of outdoor water fun. The rental includes a private boat ramp, canoes and a fishing dock. It’s located just over an hour from popular amusement parks and other exciting attractions in Orlando. The cabin entrance and bathroom is accessible. A flat section on the property fits two tents if
Directions If traveling on Route 6, in the town of Claredon, turn at the street light onto Railroad Road, continue toward Chapman Dam. Turn left on Farnsworth Rd., travel approximately 7 miles and the cabin will be on your right, look for the Trout Hatchery sign. For details, click here, look for Clarendon, the cabin is located approximately where the stream intersects Forest Road 154, which is Farnsworth Road. Phone 814-368-4158 (ALLEGHENY SITE MANAGEMENT) Activities BIKING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING Keywords FARNSWORTH CABIN (PA) Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Forest Service Concessionaire Pennsylvania State Road Conditions Pennsylvania State Tourism Overview Farnsworth Cabin is tucked away in the Cherry Grove Township, in the northwest portion of Pennsylvania’s Allegheny National Forest. Built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, the stone cabin is conveniently located 8.5 miles northwest of Sheffield. It was renovated in 2010
Directions Getting There (GPS Info): GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude( (NAD83) N-20.7689599 W-156.2430039 Directions to the Summit Area (mountain and crater): There are brown information signs along the way. From Kahului, take Hana Highway (SR36) and travel 2.0 miles (toward Hana). Turn right onto Haleakala Highway (SR37) and travel for 7.8 miles. Turn left onto State Highway 377 and travel for 6 miles. Turn left onto Crater Road (large brown wooden Haleakala NP sign mounted in median) and travel for 1.2 miles. Continue on Crater Road for 9.9 miles to arrive at the park boundary/Entrance Station. The Summit (elevation 10,023ft 3055m) is 11 miles, about an additional 30-minute drive, beyond the Entrance Station. Phone 808-572-4487 Activities CAMPING, BACKPACKING Keywords Haleakala Crater,The Crater,Haleakala Summit Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images HPPA website Crater cam Park website County road closures Leave No Trace County of Maui Hawaii State Tourism Preparing for the
What is Glamping?
Rustic and secluded cabin rentals are a form of glamping. This is a relatively new term that combines the words glamorous and camping. It is for folks that want the outdoor experience that comes with camping, but with more comfort. Learn about other forms of glamping here.