12 Unique Cabin RetreatsBy Nichole Sellon
Stay warm in the outdoors at one of these campgrounds that offer cozy cabin rentals.Share This
Experience the Sequoia National Forest while staying in this hidden gem. Equipped with electricity and hot water, this place has everything you need to be comfortable in the mountains.
Clarkco State Park is a favorite recreation spot for locals. Stay in one of the A-frame cabins that are located throughout the 815 acres of rolling woodlands and you'll never run out of places to explore.
If you enjoy water activities then this is the spot for you. With thirty cabins spotted along the shoreline of Lake Marion, you are only steps away from fishing and boating.
Enjoy the beauty of Mueller State Park, even when it is snowing. With over fifty miles of trails, Mueller offers activities like hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and horse back riding--just to name a few.
Spend the night in a comfy cabin nestled in the Alleghany Mountains. This spot, voted one of the nation's 10 best campgrounds in 1999, offers beautiful scenic hikes and a fifty-acre lake with seasonal trout fishing.
Experience a little taste of history when you stay in one of these well-stocked cabins. Before it was a state park, this land was used for gold mining. The lake was created as a cooling system for Virginia's nuclear plant; now it's a popular recreation spot.
You (and your horses) will be camping in luxury when you stay at Western Nebraska's premiere state park. Cabins offer housekeeping and are fully furnished. All you'll need when you get back from that long, cold trail ride is a nice, warm shower.
Located on Vermilion Bay, this campground is a popular fishing spot, while the Louisiana marsh offers an abundance of wildlife.
The Golf of Mexico and Laguna Madre Bay make this a great portal for deep sea or bay fishing. Stay in a lush condo or waterfront lodge and finish your active day with a soak in the on-site hot tub.
This park is a sightseerer's paradise. You can visit the Stephen Foster Musuem, Carillon Tower and Suwannee River. Don't miss out on Craft Square before you rest up in one of the parks comfy cabins.
Located in the heart of New Hampshire's White Mountains, this is a great place for the family. Enjoy hiking, biking and guided tours. Get real authentic and try to make reservations for the "Camper's Caboose." The kids will love it!
Want to get away but not go very far? Lefleur's Bluff offers a green spot in the heart of urban Jackson. This 305-acre playground includes a nine-hole golf course. With the city only a hop away, this spot is sure to satisfy all your family's interests.