Cabins near Baraboo

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River Bay Premier Camping

108 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Lyndon Station, WI
WELCOME TO River Bay Premier Camping Resort The ONLY thing we overlook is the river. Camping is done your way. It's as simple as that, we offer the widest variety of campsites, cabins, rental units, and seasonal sites the Wisconsin Dells has to offer! Follow the link below to book your ideal camping getaway! With all of the fun things to do at the resort, you won't want to leave! Enjoy the fun rentals on-site which include: golf carts, pontoon boats, pedal carts, and row boats. When you stay at the resort don't forget to check out the Tiki Bar, game room, playgrounds, heated swimming pool, and basketball court. Located right on the Upper Dells of the Wisconsin River, River Bay offers premier access to all river activities. Overnight and seasonal pier slips available. Don't have a boat? We have you covered with our daily pontoon rentals.
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Healing Hills

9 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Hillsboro, WI
We are nestled into a hillside in Wisconsin's Driftless and amish country. Surrounded by beautiful ridges, valleys and trout streams, campers can enjoy hiking trails throughout our land, nearby streams and rivers for fishing and paddling, amish markets, famous bike trails, Wildcat Mountain and the Kickapoo Reserve. Or sit back and relax in one of our private camp sites and fall asleep under endless stars while coyotes lull you off to sleep.
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Beaver Point Cabin

1 site · Lodging90 acres · Belleville, WI
The cabin is an off-grid, 12'X20' insulated structure, with a 7'X8' loft and a 12'X6' screened covered porch/deck. That overlooks a small stream and a cattail marsh. It is in the center of our 90 acres and is very private but near to some rural houses, only our house is (barely) visible in winter and you might see some lights of one other neighbor when the leaves are off the trees. We are 1 and a half miles from the village of Belleville and 5 miles from New Glarus. The Badger State Trail runs across the western edge of our property. It connects with the Sugar River State Trail 8 miles away. Near by New Glarus has many shops, restaurants, Baily's Run winery and the famous New Glarus Brewery (tours daily). Everything can be easily reached by bike or, in season, snowmobile. The marsh is a haven for all sorts of birds and wildlife. Spring brings an abundance of winged migrators and returning residents. There are: sand hill cranes, red wing blackbirds, a number of ducks; buffleheads, mergansers, woodducks, blue winged teal and shovelers just to name a few. The American woodcock can be heard overhead most spring mornings and evenings. The spring peepers (small frogs) are a symphony on their own and they continue into early summer. The woods has many spring flowers and the fall colors are wonderful. In summer there are many song birds like: bluebirds, finches, orioles, humming birds, cedar wax wings, robins, cardinals and herons. Sitting on the screened in deck one can hear a kaleidoscope of bird songs and activity. And an abundance of fireflies in later May through late July and then some. The cabin is off-grid, what that means is: there is NO RUNNING WATER in the cabin and only a chemical toilet (port-a-potty). A limited amount of water is supplied for drinking and washing. There is a sink with a drain in the cabin but no bathroom or refrigerator so bring a cooler. Very limited electricity. There is basic LED lighting and you will be able to charge your phones/devices. The power is supplied from batteries/inverter charged by solar panels on the roof. There are LED lights and a coffee maker. There is NO air conditioning but excellent ventilation and a small, cozy wood stove for heat. If you're uncomfortable or unfamiliar with a wood stove, it may not be wise to stay here in the winter heating season, but we can show most people how to use the stove safely. This is still considered "camping" so be prepared to bring camping gear: your own pillows, sleeping bag, food, drinks, cups, plates, cooking utensils etc. There are carryout options a short drive away. The only thing you won't need is a tent, the cabin is very cozy, warm on the cold days and cool on the warm ones and there is a picnic table, lawn chairs and a gas grill with a side burner. There are a few spots around the cabin for tents if you have additional friends staying. There is an additional charge for additional guests (over 2) but please be advised: any loud "parties" or disturbances and you will be asked to leave. This is a place to enjoy nature and quiet time. To get away from it all. No extra charge for children 12 or under. Insects are a part of the woods environment, if you're afraid of bugs this may not be the right fit for you. We rarely have any real issues, so we're reluctant to use toxic chemicals to kill most (normal) bugs. Normal bug repellent is about all that is necessary. Why we have this cabin; It's a way to share this special place that, judging from the artifacts found here has been a camping area for thousands of years. We want to let others enjoy the seasons; the return of the migrating birds, the spring peepers in the marsh, the fall colors, the silence of a winter day in the woods and the warmth of a wood stove. (many people have found the stove to be their favorite feature) The cabin gives you a front row seat in the middle of, comparatively, pristine nature. Campers will have access to our fine trails for hiking, skiing, snowshoeing and biking. (we would allow a snowmobile from the State trail to the cabin). All campers take note: 1. Please do your best to arrive/check in before dark! The cabin is dark; no yard lights, no streetlights, and if it isn’t a moonlit night, it IS very dark. Some of you are not used to real darkness. We provide some flashlights and headlamps (if you forgot yours) and there are LED lights in the cabin we keep charged for you. Camping headlamps are great for cooking, using the port-a-potty and finding your way around, etc. Bring yours or you can borrow ours, just ask. 2. Take safety precautions with the wood stove and learn how to use it correctly. The only source of heat in the cabin is a small, very nice wood stove. Those without any experience with using wood for heat are advised not to stay at the cabin during the cold season. Those that are eager to learn--we can help you, but safety is very important and you must at least have some basic skills to handle wood heat: using a propane torch, using kindling, splitting wood, operating the stove airflow. 3. Campfires: Campfire wood can be purchased for a reasonable price @$10 for a tote, or @$20 for a large pot/container. We do allow people to bring their own if they are coming from less that 50 miles away. Some exceptions do apply. 4. It has been very enjoyable meeting the many campers. Everyone has been very well prepared and it has been a pleasure seeing them have fun. We especially have enjoyed the families with young children and people with their dog(s). All have been very well behaved and very enthusiastic. 5 Dogs are welcome, but please let us know if your dog does not get along well with other dogs, so we can let others know. We have a young golden retriever that is very friendly and does very well with other dogs, kids and all people. If your dog doesn't get along with others (dogs or people) please let us know in advance, so we can warn others and please, for safety, keep them on a leash. Your hosts, Dan and Anne
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Echo Valley Farm

4 sites · Lodging46 acres · Ontario, WI
See the Milky Way on 46 acres of sustainably cared for land located in beautiful Driftless Wisconsin. Adjacent to Wild Cat Mountain State Park and near the Kickapoo Valley Reserve. We are a working farm with sheep, mules, chickens, ducks, multiple gardens and an old apple orchard. Our onsite bakery has seasonal offerings and more. Our twenty year effort to create a regenerative and sustainable farm allows us to offer our unique space and cabins for enjoyment and for learning.
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Captain Morgan's Pirate Ship

4 sites · Lodging10 acres · Lyndon Station, WI
Pirate Ship Adventure Cabin offers a unique glamping experience where the thrill of pirate lore meets the comfort of modern luxury. It's a family-friendly retreat where memories are made, and imaginations set sail on a sea of endless possibilities. Come aboard Captain Morgan's ship and enjoy your glamping experience!
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Western Woods Campground

45 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents22 acres · Wisconsin Dells, WI
Western Woods Campground is a family-friendly campground with easy access to interstate and downtown Wisconsin Dells. Amenities include bathroom facilities, heated pool, pavilion, playground, disc golf and outdoor games, themed weekends, etc. Offering reservations for tent sites, back in sites, pull through sites, and rental cabins.
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Lisney Grand Log Cabin-La Farge

1 site · Lodging19 acres · La Farge, WI
Imagine looking out the Lisney Grand Log Cabin window and realizing that the landscape has remained virtually unchanged for over 10,000 years! While most of the State was covered and scraped by glaciers of the last Ice Age, this small section of the State was not. Hence, its geology remained intact. Locally this region is known as the “Driftless Area” and encompasses both the Kickapoo Valley Reserve State Park (8,600 acres) and the Wildcat State Park (3,600 acres).In this area, archeologist have discovered a total of 596 sites dating between 10,000 to 12,000 years ago inhabited by ancient people. This includes ancient campsites, farming areas, linear and conical mounds, once-occupied rock shelters and many petroglyphs. And if that’s not enough to wake-up to, then enjoy the fresh air, clean water, the breath-taking views and the daily visits of wild turkey and deer.This Amish built cabin is 1500 sq.ft. and is minutes from hiking, biking, paddling the Kickapoo River, food and beverages as well as world-class trout fishing, snowmobile and horse trails. Lisney Grand is a two story, two bedroom one bath cabin with an additional large sleeping loft. Open floor plan includes a full kitchen, dining area and living space with a cathedral ceiling. The cabin and grounds are filled with original art from artists across the United States (some available for purchase). Enjoy the beautiful sunsets and amazing views of the Kickapoo Valley Reserve State Park (8,600 acres) while swinging on the porch swing located on the porch that wraps around 3 sides of the cabin. The yard contains a picnic table, fire-pit, and direct access to the Kickapoo Valley Reserve and its trails. Please note that the cabin has a wheel chair ramp off the front porch and that the main Living room, Dining room and Kitchen are open design, however, shower/bathroom may not accommodate a wheel chair. Come To Visit ~ Plan To Stay.Lisney Grand Log Cabin pricing is based on two people, additional charges of $35.00 per person, per night apply with a 10 guest maximum. Cleaning fees of $35.00 per stay. Children under the age of 12 stay Free! In addition, stay 3 days plus a Friday & Saturday and get the 6th day Free! Long-Term rental is also available.Note: Please be patient when booking this cabin since cell reception is very poor in this area and there may be a delay in my receiving your request. Thanks
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Nature's Touch Campground

113 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Wisconsin Dells, WI
Welcome to Nature's Touch Campground, your ultimate getaway nestled in the heart of Wisconsin Dells! Our RV park offers a perfect blend of tranquility and adventure for families seeking an unforgettable vacation experience. With a wide variety of RV sites, you can find the perfect one for you and your family. We have full hookup sites, water and electric sites, and 50- or 30-amp electric. Pull-through sites are available for larger rigs. For seasonal availability or information please email naturestouchcampground@gmail.com. But the magic of Nature's Touch extends far beyond its picturesque setting. Dive into relaxation at our sparkling pool, perfect for cooling off on warm summer days. Indulge in family fun at our game room, where laughter and friendly competition abound. And don't forget to explore our camp store, stocked with essentials and treasures. Something exciting always happens at Nature's Touch Campground, from themed weekends to outdoor adventures. Join us for nature hikes, marshmallow roasts, and live entertainment, creating memories that will last a lifetime. So pack up your RV, gather your loved ones, and embark on a journey to Nature's Touch Campground, where every moment is an opportunity for adventure, relaxation, and cherished family moments. We can't wait to welcome you home.
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