North Dakota cabins are perfect for weekend getaways or off-grid adventures.
It's easy to escape the crowds in North Dakota, and cabin rentals afford campers plenty of ways to get back to nature. Whether you opt for a small-town vacation rental near the fishing paradise of Devils Lake or rent a cozy cabin in Medora near the rugged Badlands of Theodore Roosevelt National Park—booking a cabin makes camping possible year-round. Eleven North Dakota State Parks have cabins available, ranging from luxury cabins with air conditioning, heating, and a full kitchen to rustic one-bedroom log cabins. Check in to a cabin or yurt in Cross Ranch State Park and enjoy hiking and fishing along the Missouri River, snag a budget camper cabin at Lake Sakakawea State Park and cool off swimming and windsurfing on the lake, or cozy up in one of the lodges or cabins at Lake Metigoshe State Park, where winter activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, and ice fishing.