New 520 sf 'not too tiny' house on 20 wilderness acres. Year 'round hot tub. Dog friendly. RV & EV plug. Firepit. Your Snowshoe Creek and Little Wood Lake trails. Free canoe, kayak, paddleboat. $30/day mini-pontoon boat. Fishing. Internet. WiFi. AC. Gas Fireplace. Sleep by Number. Lovely bathroom. New gas stove. Ice maker. 2 TVs. 3 towns + Burnett Dairy/Bistro, 4 golf courses, DQ to fine dining, mini-golf, antiquing, multi-theater, Siren beach & 'Music in Park'. Wildlife! You'll return.
“This was our second trip to this little slice of heaven and we are already talking about our next one. If you are looking for a peaceful, beautiful and just altogether amazing getaway please don't look any further. You will be entertained by the wildlife, the trails through the woods, the beautiful lake (whether on the dock or on the pontoon), the amazing hot tub under the stars......I mean I could go on and on as to why we highly rate this place and why we don't hesitate to tell our friends about it. Just an amazing experience that we will be repeating every year at the minimum!”
Imagine yourself in a cabin in the woods to unplug and recharge, waking up to chirping birds and a creek, while having everything you need. Queen Bed, Dining, Living, Netflix, Kitchen, Bath. Multi-level deck & gazebo overlooking a creek - a Tree house feel! 3m to Lake Michigan beaches & dwntn, dining and shopping. Extra Qn floor mattress, couch, playpen sleeps 4-5. Breakfast snacks & coffee & just request our freshly ground Ginger tea on arrival! Come experience Racine's Best Kept Secret!
“By far one of the best Airbnb’s I have ever visited. Abey always responded very quickly to any questions we had and provided some great recommendations for restaurants and attractions nearby. Like all reviews before mine, the mulled wine is a must try if it is offered. We hope to visit again someday as we found some additional things to do while traveling in the area!”
Explore thousands of acres of the Bayfield County Forest and enjoy endless miles of exceptionally maintained non-motorized recreational trails. The yurt has direct access to CAMBA mountain bike trails and Mt. Ashwabay ski trails. The landscape is also spectacular. Take in the panoramic views of Lake Superior and the Onion River valley. This is a rustic, minimally maintained yurt set in the middle of the county forest, so come prepared to relax, unwind and explore the wonders of the north woods.
“Where do I begin to tell you about the amazing experience I had? Expect to get your work in first of all, because hiking uphill to the Yurt for over half a mile one way is definitely difficult, especially if you make multiple trips to the car. It’s a beautiful hike though. You will share the area with mountain bikers, but I only heard them a couple times during the day. Beyond that, you have the area all to yourself, and maybe some forest critters. There are plenty of signs for the mountain bikers to stay on their paths. Everything you need to start a fire is there, do not bring accelerants. There is an iron grill top that you can swivel into place to conveniently cool what you need, bring an iron pan with! Everything is exactly as you would expect, but that’s the beauty of it. Everything is so simple, and there was nothing difficult about living up there for a few days. The fire stove was easy to manage, the rules are simple, and the isolation from other people is apparent. The view is second to none. You think before renting that the view cannot possibly be that amazing, but you’ll be wrong. Make no mistake, the view does NOT get old. Whether you’re watching people out on Lake Superior, watching Ashland, seeing storms pass by, or just watching the wind dance through the trees, you won’t get bored. Turn on some Colter Wall, crack open a beer, and just relax. I don’t know what kind of bird it was, but it was terrifyingly loud, and landed on the yurt at 4:30am two of the three nights. It didn’t bug me, but was definitely the Bayfield County wake up call we all secretly desire. I spoke with Jason, the Air BnB coordinator, on the phone and through messages. He was quite responsive and went the extra mile to try to let me check in early. Greatly appreciated. Keep in mind, this was all during COVID, and they had cleaning supplies to wipe down and sanitize surfaces. Also, everything I said above is subject to change after tourism in the area kicks back up. I don’t expect much will change, as really the locals and moderate tourists likely know the road itself at all. It is a 2 mile drive on Whiting to get there, so you are definitely secluded. Thanks Bayfield County.”