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Article Teaser: Cabin rentals in Wisconsin are a great value to both new and seasoned travelers to the state. Wisconsin has a wide amalgamation of natural lakes, reservoirs, and small ponds; many dotted along their shores with classic, honest-to-goodness log cabins. These cabins are often vacant, yet comfortably furnished and ready to be warmed by a family looking to fish, explore, and relax on the scenic water front.

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Wisconsin's Lakes Offer A Multitude Of Log Cabin Rentals For Vacationers

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Cabin rentals in Wisconsin are a great value to both new and seasoned travelers to the state. Wisconsin has a wide amalgamation of natural lakes, reservoirs, and small ponds; many dotted along their shores with classic, honest-to-goodness log cabins.

These cabins are often vacant, yet comfortably furnished and ready to be warmed by a family looking to fish, explore, and relax on the scenic water front.

Away from the city and tucked into the folds of nature, bird watching abounds regardless of the season in which you visit. Natural trails, historical trails, and recently paved trails careen through the majestic woods. And back in your cabin, there's a warm fireplace to gather around and tell tales about your day. Wisconsin cabin rental is an affordable, but mostly highly desirable way to enjoy nature and remember what it's all really about.

Wisconsin cabin vacation rentals are one of the most popular, and simply the best way, to avoid the often trite, and always expensive hotel and resort scene, so common for today's American traveler. While the hotels and resorts offer many amenities that would be impossible to include in a secluded lake front cabin, there is an inherent trade off between the spas, room service, and overcrowding of a resort - the romanticism, lushness, and quiet beauty of a cabin rental alternative.

A cost-benefit analysis is in order as well. While a resort can run the typical family into the thousands for a full vacation stay, the numbers don't get even close to the rampant costs of a hotel, when one chooses the path less traveled by and takes the cabin by the lake instead. These idyllic getaways are the perfect attraction for the couple needing a romantic get together, a family needing a friendly and safe refuge to connect, or a single traveler looking to unwind in the great outdoors.

Once one has made the choice to try something new, to get back with nature and a forgotten way of life in a Wisconsin cabin vacation rental, the magic really begins.

One can start off the day with a hike to the northwest of the lake, and see where it may lead. You should always carry a good set of binoculars in your pack and throughout the way through the trees, listen attentively for the rare call of a bird species you are not familiar with.

Bring a picnic lunch and stretch out under the wide oak to rest your feet. Cast your reel perfectly in a graceful arc for your son to imitate next, just like you. If you are visiting in the summer, you would not be out of place to just jump into the lake when it gets hot, or lounge on the beach lake front reading and tanning. Make sure to stay out for dusk, when the sunset over the water reveals one of the most picturesque views in all, in the great State of Wisconsin.

The number one place one must visit when traveling to Wisconsin in the spring is a Lake Michigan tributary stream, the best place to catch the famed steelhead fish that come up the small streams at this time. Visit http://www.travelwisconsin.com/Steelhead.aspx for more details on the angling and absolute hunting involved in catching these large trout.

Governor Dodge State Park is another popular destination for the Wisconsin tourist. Governor Dodge is open all winter in local Iowa County. Canoeing and kayaking pull a large and diverse crowd in. For more details, visit the Travel Wisconsin website at: http://www.travelwisconsin.com/travel_item_detail.aspx?travelitemid=267&menuid=76

Small town Wisconsin life shouldn't be missed either, and the best way to do this is to stop by La Farge in southwestern Wisconsin, to visit the Kickapoo Valley Reserve.

For those who love the aromatic smells of nature, another popular attraction includes a stroll through Chequamegon Hardwoods in Ashland County, Wisconsin for a view of some breathtaking wildflowers. Ashland County is located in northwestern Wisconsin on the southern shores of Lake Superior.

There is no way around it - any vacation that includes Wisconsin and one of its many vacation cabin rentals is a vacation that could be one to remember for a lifetime.


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