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Ranch Retreat

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents40 acres · Winona, MN
Our ranch has been in our family for 14 years and prior to that belonged to one family for over 200 years. Jolene (me, - owner) and my two sons, Riley and Logan put a lot of time and dedication into our ranch. Our ranch is located on 40 acres where anyone can find their little piece of “peace.” We pride ourselves on taking excellent care of our guests, making them feel at home the instant they step onto our land. We will do our best to accommodate your needs in any way possible. Our WIFI is not always 100% reliable. If you absolutely need WIFI at all times during your stay, please bring another option with you, such as a hotspot on your cell phone, in case ours is not dependable. From the crew who loves to share a little piece of our life on Stone Roller Road, – Jolene, Riley, Logan, Scotch (the yellow lab) Hops (the chocolate lab) and Scrappy (the late ranch dog)
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Shady Rest Acres

3 sites · Lodging, Tents23 acres · Brownsville, MN
Once the site of the historic V.J. Fetzner Brewery from the late 19th Century. The land is now used as a hobby farm, honey bee sanctuary and nursery to a unique tree species normally not found in Southeastern Minnesota. Remnants of the brewery are still visible. Foundation walls outline the massive structure of the brewery. Nestled in the center of the foundation is the entrance to the sixty-seven foot deep cave that once held barrels of beer and can be accessed by canoe only. Hops have been located on the property and are believed to be ancestors of those raised to make the beer once stored in the cave. The pond that provides access to the cave was dug out in the early 1990's to create a fish out for the Spring Falls Trout Farm that used to exist across the highway. Some of the original brood stock still exist and continue to naturally stock the pond. It is not uncommon to see fish that are five to ten pounds in size. We do not allow fishing from our pond. The residents house is built to scale to the original brew master's house. While the house is only twenty-four years old it looks as though you have taken a step back in time. The name Shady Rest was given to the house by the Brew Master's wife. We thought it was appropriate to keep the name alive. Shady Rest Acres is comprised of twenty-three acres of beautiful woodlands and pasture that are protected forever in the Minnesota Land Trust. The pasture is home to Scottish Highlander cows, two miniature donkeys, five sheep, four goats, honey bees and a flock of chickens. Scottish Highlanders were selected for both their grazing and browsing abilities. They are very docile and make excellent pasture mates to the smaller species sharing the pasture. The cows are excellent forest managers. They clear out invasive species such as Honey Suckle, Buckthorn, and Barberry which can often be difficult to manage. A guided tour with the host can be taken to meet the pasture animals. The forest is comprised of many tree species. Some are unique in that they normally do not grow in this region of Minnesota. The yellow birch is a species normally found in Northern Minnesota. It's bark is golden in color and glistens when the sun hits it just right. We have a cluster of several yellow birch including one that is so big that the bark no longer looks golden but instead is grey and very rough. Years ago the largest of these trees made excellent wood for turning bowls. Blue Beech (musclewood) can also be found on the property. As the name indicates the bark is shaped like muscles. Songbirds and some other species will use different parts of the tree as a food source. Towering white pines also speckle the landscape. Mother pine requires at least two humans arm lengths to encircle the whole tree. She is a favorite resting spot for the barred owl. There is oak, elm, maple, ceders, poplars and numerous other species. Honey bees are an integral part of the landscape. We partnered with a friend and started raising honey bees two years ago in order to do our part to keep pollinators thriving. Their hives are located in the pasture where it has the perfect amount of early morning sun to get them moving and afternoon shade to balance out the summer heat. It is not uncommon to see them pollinating garden plants, trees and wild flowers around the property. One of their favorite feeding spots is the acre and a half prairie which offers a range of plants including big blue stem, wild indigo and baby blue stem, to name a few. Not only are honey bees essential to the food chain but they also provide a very enriching experience when they are observed moving about their hives. There is nothing more relaxing and fascinating than watching these amazing creatures.
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Aefintyr

17 sites · Lodging14 acres · Altura, MN
Aefintyr is a campground located on Whiskey Hill in the Whitewater River Valley near the town of Elba, MN. The land was used for personal recreation for several years. I've spent countless hours hiking and enjoying observing the seasons, plants, fungus and animals. The vision of a campground was inspired by many camping and backcountry spots throughout the United States, all of the amazing things in the woods, the beautiful blufftop valley views, proximity to a multitude of outdoor activities and adventures. Camps are spacious, secluded and designed to immerse guests in the surrounding woodland.
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Cedar Springs

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Decorah, IA
The property has been in my family for over 40 years and was originally settled in the mid 1800's. It is about 10 acres and is primarily wooded with Cedar, Oak, Maple, Hickory and Birch. The topography is diverse, having steep heights, easy flats and everything in between; which makes hiking fun and interesting. The lower College Drive side features a historic limestone homestead and quarry, also a fossil rich creek-bed and rustic (4WD) road to the top. The upper property (Hwy. 52 access) offers a secluded forest as well as a spacious meadow. The woods are filled with birds and many other indigenous wild animals. We are only a half mile from towns edge and two miles from its center (also a five minute drive from Luther College). The Decorah area is well known for its scenic natural beauty and has extensive hiking trails, biking trails, cross-country ski routes, rivers, creeks and hunting areas. People come here year round for our outdoor recreation and beauty. Canoeing, Kayaking, Fishing, Tubing, X-country skiing, and Trail Riding are very popular activities around here. Bring a side-by-side or ATV and have a blast both on the property and around the area. Decorah has several museums, a movie theater, 2 golf courses and bowling alley in addition to dozens of charming shops and several restaurants. You'll never get bored staying at Cedar Springs.
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Anthony E.’s Land

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · MN
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Tiny Cabin

1 site · Lodging1 acre · La Crosse, WI
Our tiny cabin is located right next to our main cabin home with it's own private entrance on the sweet French Island, WI community. There is parking available directly behind it on the street. There is a fold-out bed on the bottom level and a small bed on the upper loft. There is a ladder up to the loft. There is a full wood stove on the lower level as well. There is a full shared bathroom available in the main house between 8-9:30pm and 8-9:30am.
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Lake Road Campground

11 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Trempealeau, WI
Lake Road Campground is a small RV park nestled along the breathtaking Mississippi River just off Wisconsin's Great River Road in the Village of Trempealeau. Family-owned and operated, our campground is a little slice of heaven, with nearby access to the river, lakes, hiking trails, Trempealeau's historic downtown, local supper clubs, and more. Located 1 minute from the Trempealeau Boat Launch, our visitors enjoy fishing and boating on the river. You can sit back at your campsite and watch barges come in through Lock & Dam #6, and you can hear the whistle of frequent trains - the full Mississippi River experience!
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Bending River Cove Tiny Homes

6 sites · Lodging3 acres · Lake City, MN
Unique tiny homes, using local reclaimed materials overlooking Lake Pepin/Mississippi River with stunning views. The tiny homes have decks and patios with fire pits, perfectly situated to watch all lake activity and beautiful sunrises or sunsets. We are in the MN River Valley and close to many state parks for hiking, wineries and restaurants, antique, boutique or thrifting shops, National Eagle Center, sailboat cruises, kayak/paddle board rental, motocross track and the list goes on and on. Homes are suited for mostly couples and have capability to sleep 4. We are also dog friendly up to 2 pups. So much to see and do! 
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Hideaway Camper by the Cave 2.0

1 site · Lodging7 acres · Decorah, IA
Hideaway Camper by the Cave 2.0 is a clean & quiet camper that is located just a few feet from your private cave & waterfall! KAYAK & CANOE RENTALS AVAILABLE ON SITE by Uncle Jon. A gem that you cannot find anywhere else in Decorah. A secret hideaway for photos, hiking, sightseeing & connecting to nature. A secluded area for easy R&R while listening to water flow, chirping birds & watching deer & horses pass by. 1 queen bed sleeps 2, 1 twin bed sleeps 1, and 2 full bunk beds sleep 2-4. Enjoy the beautiful surroundings & have fun!
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Lakeside Treehouse

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Zumbro Falls, MN
Just steps away from the water you find this RV with deck overlooking the lake. Enjoy our dock to fish off of. Lakeside we have a patio and firepit for the cool nights. Outside your door is another chance to relax in the hot tub overlooking the lake too. Outside bar/kitchen area. Beautiful fall colors.
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Tiny*25 Acre*Farm*Barn*Trails*

1 site · Lodging25 acres · TN
QUIRKY BARN TINY HOME ON 25 ACRE NATURE PRESERVE. LOCATED IN MINNESOTA, 30 MINUTES WEST OF ROCHESTER. Delight in the beauty and history of this authentic 150-year-old family farm; now organic, sustainable, solar-powered and chemical free with a rustic, handcrafted Tiny. Unplug in the charming cabin that pays homage to the founding family who settled and worked these woods.   Established in 1854, The Homestead is one of only a handful of remaining Century Farms in Minnesota; this Pioneer Property boasts an inviting 25 PRIVATELY OWNED acres for you to freely roam.   Certified as a National Wildlife Habitat, there is an abundance of animals and birds in the heavily wooded pristine moors at the bottom of the hill.  Bluffs, creek, Medieval Forest; the pastures are used organic, chemical free hay farming.   Homesteaded since 1858, the Farm has been chemical free since 1985. We raise organic hay. No livestock on the farm. The property you have access to is included in the Richard Dorer Memorial Hardwood Forest. Authentic experiences on trails, cliffs, creek, meadows, wetlands, moors, prairie all in their natural state. Since no chemicals have been used "some' foraging is allowed. Please leave no trace. Be mindful of wildlife and considerate of others. Mountain bikes are allowed on the trails. Learn more about this land: 1 bed/1 bath rustic using the highest cleaning protocols for 5 star stays.  The entire unit is yours; not shared whatsoever.  25 acres of the farm has been carved out as a Nature Preserve.   Enter the property using the North Driveway. We live on property about 150 yards away with no line of sight.   Self-Check In at the house using the lock box.    Enjoy locally sourced snacks - WHEN AVAILABLE -- and drinks thoughtfully provided by your Hosts, while you explore the house.  Whimsically curated decor to bring in woodsy charm of your new favorite getaway.   Put away the basic groceries you purchased en-route.   We know there is no view from the accommodations, because of where it is located.  You're meant to go outside.  Like, FR.  ;-)  Relax on the porch, open the adult beverages you brought with. Put on your sturdy shoes and take a stroll down to the scenic creek, free from all other distractions.  Check out the picnic pavilion.  Consider a picnic for tomorrow. Hike back up the hill (moderate/rocky) to the house.   Light the fire (wood provided) and cook some veggies or chops on the gas grill.    [X] Make S'mores  [X] Have your own private bonfire.   Visit with other adults on the comfy porch or lawn under big sky while star gazing.   Sleep soundly on comfortable new memory foam mattresses with UGG bedding and hospitality grade linens.   Wake up refreshed and make coffee.  Slip out silently onto the porch and watch wildlife and birds.   Read or journal.  Eat breakfast or pack a knapsack for the trail.  Take eco-friendly bug spray and sunblock (provided). Following the clearly marked trail, admire the wild meadows with no other traffic.  Contemplate the amazing limestone bluffs that are indigenous to the area. Run the trails.  Walk along the scenic creek (again!!)  Have a breakfast bar and juice in the picnic pavilion.  Imagine what this land looked like 150 years ago Spend time re-wilding.  Forage for herbs and plants.  Spot birds.  (Bring the binoculars from the cabin!) Hunt for shed deer antlers and Morel mushrooms.  Watch the eagles. Since no chemicals have been used here since 1987, it is safe to harvest a few plants for yourself.  (Please be considerate, leave some for others, and practice good stewardship of natural resources; Pack it in/Pack it out/leave no trace.)  The adjoining properties are still used for farming; it is possible you may see workers or animals across the pasture, but they won't intrude on your time, they're busy! These are working animals and machinery, so give them space.  Fences may have electrical current.  Don't touch wire fences. Take a private, romantic hike with your special someone.  Photograph the century old remains of the original farm. Stroll through the rolling hills.  Pick a couple apples from one of the 5 apple trees Nana-Eva planted in 1942.   Admire the Day Lilys Mom planted in 1967.  (On the driveway, near the gates Blooming in early summer.)  Eat some wild blackberries or grapes right off the vines.  Planted by Great Grandpa Otis in 1937.  (Look along fence lines for these) June bearing fruit. [X] Relax in the safety and awesomeness of your natural wild environment. NEW!!!!!! Art Escapes. As us how. After a quick shower and you're off to explore town! Drive through picturesque S.E. Minnesota.  We are close to Historic Mantorville.  Pass by wineries, quaint antique shops and stagecoach hotel.  So, did you go North, South, East or West? Did you visit a nearby Festival or Fair?  See a Stagecoach?  Visit the Opera House?  Cycling?  Riding?  Find a local small batch brewery?  Did you go to the Farmer's Market?  Did you go to Rochester, Home of the Mayo Clinic and visit the city sights?  Were you berry picking?  Or did you go shopping at a variety of cute shops and boutiques? Antiquing?  We recommend a church supper if you can find one, or a VFW BBQ!  How about the Food Trucks?  Maybe you stopped at Burgers and Shake joint?  Did you get a massage and pedi?  Pop and ice cream at The Chocolate Shoppe?  Walk along the river?  Or were you more adventurous and went tubing on the Zumbro!? Art, you participating in our ART INSTALLATION? More late-night snuggling under the stars with your favorite person on the patio. Another fine, soft, evening here watching the fireflies.   Wake up Sunday, re-energized and re-connected with your loved ones.   Take your coffee and walk down to the covered pavilion.  A quick breakfast of fresh eggs you bought from the Farmers Market and homemade bread, and you're off. You have had a perfect small-town getaway at The Tiny Lumber Jack! Make sure you have all your things, let Host(s) know you're departing, and lock the door!  Plan your return trip!  See you soon!
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