Welcome to Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary! We are a public, non-profit learning center and nature sanctuary. Our historic Log Cabin is nearly a century old and offers a peaceful retreat in the woods. The Log Cabin is located just off the main camp, settled on top of a hill overlooking pristine forest habitat. Nearby towns offer additional entertainment or relax in our quiet setting while reading a good book in front of the stone fireplace.
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This cabin is perfect for those looking for a cozy, no frills, rustic cabin-camping experience in the woods of northern Wisconsin.
The historic Log Cabin sits on top of a small hill, accessible by steps, and was built in the 1930s. It features handmade log construction, hardwood floor (carpet in the bedroom), a stone fireplace, handmade windows and doors, forged hinges and latches with square nails.
The cabin has a tiny bathroom, quaint kitchen, one master bedroom with a queen size bed, a living room with a queen-size pull out sofa, and a loft with a twin-size mattress. It also has an unheated porch overlooking the forested hills of the nature sanctuary.
When indoor plumbing was added to the cabin, there was limited space for the bathroom. Because of this, there is no formal bathroom in this cabin. Located near the front door, there is a water closet that has the toilet, and next to it is the stand up shower, which is not in a private room (see the photos).
The kitchen includes a sink, small oven/stove with four burners, fridge, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker. It has some dishes, pots, pans, eating and cooking utensils. Dish soap and dishtowels are provided, but dishes must be handwashed by our guests.
The bedroom is simple, but spacious and features a queen bed with night stands, lamp and dresser.
The living room has a dining table with 2 chairs and a large stone fireplace. The fireplace offers ambiance to the space, but is inefficient in heating the cabin. Wood for the fireplace is located in the wood box on the front porch. A controllable thermostat allows guests to set the temperature of the cabin to their preference (there is no a/c, however the shady location keep the cabin cool in summer). The living room has a hideabed couch and a rocking chair. There is also a tiny loft in the living room that is accessible by a log ladder and has a twin mattress on it. There is no television or internet service at the cabin.
We do our best to keep the nearly century-old cabin pest free, but it is not sealed tight. So, guests should be aware that on occasion, there may be mice present - especially in the fall as they make their way towards warmer locations in preparation of winter. We recommend keeping food items in the provided bins and making sure garbage is properly stored and dirty dishes are cleaned up often.
Also, the log cabin is located in the beautiful woods of northern Wisconsin. Because of this, guests will experience bugs such as mosquitoes and sometimes deer flies. If you are hiking during the summer, you may also find ticks. It is recommended to wear long sleeves and pants while hiking and to bring bug spray if you will spend time outdoors.
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Guests have access to 13 miles of trails from the cabins and upon arrangement, may use our canoes to explore our chain of four quiet and clear glacial lakes.
Atención a los huéspedes
I live down the hill and often times will be on site when guests are staying at the cabin. A Hunt Hill staff member is just a phone call away in case of emergencies and a contact list is located at the front door of the cabin.
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We are a rustic and remote location. There is no television or access to internet services. Most cell phones get coverage here, but it can be spotty.
BEDDING AND TOWELS ARE NOT PROVIDED. Please bring your own blankets, sheets, sleeping bags, pillows, and towels.
HUNT HILL MEMBERS RECEIVE A $20 DISCOUNT PER NIGHT. Please message me if you are a member or are interested in becoming one!
Before booking, please remember that this is a rustic accommodation. It will be clean, but there may be bugs and pests on occasion. Guests staying at the cabin are asked to help our nonprofit by leaving no trace. A broom and vacuum are provided and a dumpster is located at the main camp to dispose of garbage at check out. We are grateful for our guests help in preserving this historic cabin.
- No removing/picking plants or collecting natural items.
- Up to two dogs are allowed. Guests must clean up after their pets. If guests leave pets in the cabin, they must keep their pet in a kennel. If pets are likely to go on the furniture, furniture should be completely covered with a sheet or blanket.
- As a small nonprofit, we are grateful for guests who help us preserve the integrity of the cabin. We ask that our guests clean the cabin before they leave. This includes: sweeping, vacuuming, washing dirty dishes and removing all personal items. We also ask that garbage is taken out of the cabin and dropped off in the dumpster in our main camp. Any recycling can be put inside the door on the west-side of the small brown building located next to the garden in the main camp.
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