We realize camping in a luxury camper isn’t for everyone. Some of you are looking for the comfort of camping in a cabin. We are excited to announce, we have expanded our offerings with one of the most unforgettable destinations you’ll ever find. Welcome to the Historical Log Cabin on the Wolf.
Enter this solid log home, and you step into the Wolf River region’s lumber history. The welcoming home dates to 1873. Many remember it as the Log Cabin Inn, favorite stop of lumberjacks seeking a good meal, sleep and a chance to pull a trout from the river. Oh, the stories this wide porch could tell of these loggers and other travelers (including gangster John Dillinger) who stood here. Inside, strikingly white chinking punctuates log walls. Hand-hewn beams rise above as your feet skim over wood floor. History has its place, but so do modern amenities like the gourmet range, Bosch dishwasher and Kohler bath fixtures. Panoramic views of the Wolf River draw you to the great room. The cabin was once headquarters to the state’s first Trout Unlimited chapter, which is fitting since the home is on a Class II trout stream. Outside colorful birds zip from one feeder to the next. Snuggle by a fireplace here or one in the loft and marvel at the field-stone surrounds. Wake in the master suite to your river view and step out to your hot tub on the spacious deck and watch the stars. Half-log stairs lead to two more bedrooms and a wrap-around loft overlooking the great room. Vibrant gardens surround the home and a vibrant swath of wildflowers line the shore. Brick pavers curve around to a riverside patio. Just relax and breathe it all in.
Opportunities for outdoor activities abound in Langlade and nearby Menominee counties. The area is known for white-water rafting, river tubing, hiking, biking, hunting, ATVing, fishing, snowshoeing, downhill skiing, canoe and kayaking and more. Outfitters for white-water rafting and the Wolf River Trout Stream access are nearby. The Nicolet-Roche Mountain Bike Area is just down the road. This cabin is perfect for bible, yoga and other retreats and for big family gatherings.
3 Queen bedrooms, 1 loft 6 Queen Beds,2 baths 2,376 sqft Sleeps 12 very comfortably.
-Amenities include a fully stocked kitchen amenities, fresh bedding and towels. Cabin is supplied with board games and music for the pump organ. Outdoor grill, hot tub in summer months, indoor griddle for cooking for large groups.
–Crab & Jack’s restaurant and Bar are located conveniently next door. They also rent kayaks, and tubes for the river. Like them on Facebook Here.
–In Living Color Horse Ranch is right up the road offering guided horse back riding.
– Downhill or Cross Country Ski at Kettlebowl. A great hill with a chalet.
-There are many logging and Indian Museums in the area.
Winter Weekends: Thursday-Sunday: $1100.00 for all three nights
Winter Week: $1600 (six nights)
Summer Week-long rentals only: $2200 (six nights)