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Snuggled in the woods in the southeast section of Burnett County, you will find a rustic, minimally maintained, one-room camper cabin. Only accessible by foot, fat bike, snowshoes, skis, or horseback (during the summer & fall), the camper cabin provides a basic shelter for people that want the “camping experience” without having to handle a tent, or have the weather ruin their visit. Within walking distance of the Timberland Hills X-country ski area and the Ice Age Trail.

The Space

The camper cabin is 10×24 feet in size with an attached deck. Inside is a table, benches, wood stove, and wooden bunk beds with foam mattresses. No linens or pillows are provided, so be sure to bring your sleeping bag. No electricity or running water is available, however, there is a pit toilet and a wood stove for heat in the winter months. When possible, wood will be provided for use in the wood stove. You are NOT allowed to carry in any wood. You are allowed to collect dead and down wood from the surrounding forest. An ax and saw will be provided for use.

Outside the camper cabin is a deck, fire ring with grate, log benches, picnic table, and outhouse. You’ll want to be sure to clean up all your food so not to attract bears or other animals to the site.