BLACK RIVER FALLS - This cabin feels very remote, yet is close to the interstate and ATV / snowmobile trails, with access to hiking, biking and fishing.

Pricing: $191/night

Bedrooms: 2 - 4 Beds

Bathrooms: 1

About this space

Welcome to the Woodland Doe Lodge on beautiful Lee Lake. This lakeside natural log cabin is exactly what you need to rest, rejuvenate, and be at one with nature. With your private shoreline, the cabin feels very remote, yet is close to the interstate. ATV / snowmobile trails nearby - and access to tons of hiking and biking. Paddleboat, Canoe, 2 Kayaks, Fishing, Wi-Fi, games, grill, fire pit (+ more) are all provided for guests. Kid and pet friendly. Year round fun for all!

The space

Welcome to beautiful Lee Lake, with its serene lake views and our adorable rustic cabin! This cozy two bedroom, one bath traditional log cabin amid the Black River Falls, WI state forest is exactly what you need to rest, rejuvenate, and be at one with nature. Enjoy your morning coffee on the front porch among the pines, or watch the sunset grilling on the back deck.

With features such as natural wood, rustic and elemental finishes, and industrial style decor, this cabin is the perfect place for a couple or small family to spend a weekend or longer. It feels very remote, yet is close to the interstate and ATV / snowmobile trails, with access to hiking, biking and fishing.

The property features a private shoreline and a 20-foot dock on the small, peaceful, "no-wake" Lake Lee. You’re welcome to bring your swimsuits and enjoy the public access white sand “groomed” beach just a two-minute walk down the road, or stay within the privacy of your own lakeside retreat.

Our paddleboat, two kayaks, 17' canoe with oars, hammocks (2), beach towels and fishing poles are all provided for our guests, as well as a backyard fire pit for s’mores and telling late night ghost stories.

The home has a fully appointed kitchen, complete with armoire refrigerator, dishwasher, oven / stove, coffee cart, and all the necessities. There’s plenty of space in the great room to spread out, and the main floor features the master bedroom with a queen size bed and bath with standing shower. The open loft upstairs has a toddler-safe cable railing, with a full/twin bunk bed set, and lots of play space. Infant / baby items (pack and play, kitchen items, toys, etc.) are available upon request.

This home offers sleeping accommodations for up to five guests with the existing beds: Master queen (2), and loft bunk bed full (2) and twin (1). However, if your group is larger, we have linens available for the futon (+1) and a queen air mattress (+2) at an additional fee, allowing sleeping for eight guests. We welcome furry family members (pets) with a nominal fee. Washer and dryer use within the home is complimentary for guests. While the garage is for owner use, guests may use the paved, covered carport.

We welcome you to come stay at our little log cabin at Lee Lake and hope to see you soon!

Guest access

Guests can access the entire property except for areas which are locked, containing our personal property (e.g., basement, garage, select cabinets)

Other things to note

ATVs/Snowmobiles are common in Millston and will be seen on the road. Be careful when driving as riding paths often cross the road or run alongside it.

Millston does have trains come through occasionally. When they do, the train whistle can be heard at the cabin.

PLEASE be respectful when outside, as to not disturb the neighbors. Some of our neighbors are at their homes seasonally, while others live there daily and deserve peace and quiet also.

Fires are only permitted in the backyard firepit if allowed by Wisconsin DNR on a day-by-day basis. (e.g. not in cases of "Extreme" burning danger) If you choose to have a fire in the backyard, you must ensure that it is permitted by the DNR on the day you chose to burn and must never leave the fire unattended. We appreciate your cooperation as this is a safety issue for everyone including our neighbors.

You can view the day-by-day DNR conditions on the Wisconsin DNR Website or by calling 1-888-WIS-BURN (947-2876).

We take fire safety VERY seriously. If you are not responsible with your campfire, or leave it unattended, you will be asked to leave the cabin without refund!

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