Back Roads Cabin RetreatEnjoy a weekend off the grid in our rustic cabin on 30 acres of wooded serenity. Watch the sunset on the covered porch, or relax around a campfire. Feel free to explore the woods taking a hike on the network of trails. Nearby you can visit winery's, Wildcat Mountain State Park, the Kickapoo Valley Reserve and more. The driftless region is known for great fishing, scenic drives through the hills and biking. Contact us about additional camp sites on the property for larger groups.
Big R's Retreat Secluded and located in NatureWelcome to our home: where we have found peace and relaxation for over 20 years. A German native, Big R fell in love with the open land and rolling hills of Wisconsin, becoming a US citizen in the 80s. He met Curly, a Chicago city girl, who brought a little city to his country life. They enjoy raising buffalo and spending warmer days on their porch enjoying the fresh air and beautiful views (with no mosquitos!). Now they want to share their idyllic and peaceful home with you. Drive down a dead-end road and pull up to a rustic cabin filled with high-tech and cozy amenities. We have something for everyone with a gas fireplace, tv (complete with dish, Cinemax, HBO and a Bluetooth sound system), board games and a full kitchen. Take a drink outside to soak in the hot tub or sit around the campfire. When the day is done, you will fall asleep instantly on the memory foam bed, either in the loft or the bedroom, and wake up to a beautiful sunrise looking out over your little getaway.
Little Round Cabin on the Pine 2 - The "Pine Cone"WE ARE ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS ON A LIMITED BASIS in order to insure our safety and the safety of our guests during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will assure a minimum of 72 hours and a thorough cleaning of the cabin between stays. The "Pine Cone", our one room, 250 square foot round cabin located in Richland County in the beautiful Driftless region of southwest Wisconsin is a peaceful, secluded retreat less than four hours drive from Chicago, Milwaukee, and the Twin Cities. More information below.