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Cabin · Richland Center
The Water Villa - NEW! @MillCreekCabinsWI
Overlooking a small pond and Mill Creek in the valley below, The Water Villa offers guests beautiful views of the countryside. Near the entrance of Mill Creek Cabins, The Water Villa is shielded by a large privacy fence. A sliding door opens up to reveal a pathway to the two-story cabin. The main floor features a king bed, balcony, small seating area, and fireplace. Reclaimed barn wood walls and large windows create a warm interior highlighting the outdoors. Downstairs there is a small kitchen and spacious bathroom. From the kitchen, a door opens to the outdoors. Outside you will find a patio with a fire pit, seating area, and grill. A short path from the patio leads to the small pond below where wildlife often gathers. This pond is not ideal for swimming however, catch and release fishing in the pond is allowed. For the serious fisherman, there is public access to Mill Creek just across the road. Mill Creek is one of many high-class public trout streams in the area.
Apr 25 – May 2
$156 per night
Cabin · Gresham
Adorable Lakefront Cabin with HOT TUB!
The Big Lake Cabin is Wisconsin summer at its best! Fish off the dock, paddle around the lake or swim out to the floating dock on a private, quiet lake. Then, sit in the hot tub and roast marshmallows around the fire pit. This place is perfect for families, couples or a romantic getaway. The kitchen is completely remodeled with brand new appliances PLUS a dishwasher so meals are quick and easy. But if you don't feel like cooking, visit the local favorite bar and restaurant just a quarter mile down the road!
May 12 – 19
$241 per night
Cabin · Prairie Farm
*Secluded Luxury* Riverside Cabin in the Woods
This modern luxury cabin in the woods is tucked away on 13 private acres of secluded riverfront a little over an hour east of the Twin Cities. Styled with mid-century furniture, a modern well equipped kitchen, a bath with a Jacuzzi for one, heated stone floors, as well as wifi, blu-ray, and bluetooth connectivity to the stereo, this 2 bedroom gem has everything an urban dweller (and their kids!) need to relax, create, heal and come back feeling great!
Jan 19 – 26
$160 per night

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Lakefront cabin rentals in Wisconsin

Cabin · Comstock
Kodiak on Long Lake
May 2 – 9
$411 per night
Cabin · Ellison Bay
Unique architect-designed home on waterfront bluff
Apr 18 – 25
$460 per night
Cabin · Shawano
Cabin on Private, No-Motor Nature Lake
Apr 30 – May 7
$104 per night
Cabin · Townsend
Creek Cide Cabin on Archibald lake
Jan 11 – 18
$162 per night
Cabin · Kenosha
Lake Michigan Writer’s Cabin
Jan 18 – 25
$116 per night
Cabin · Hayward
Fancy Fireflies-Charming studio Cabin in Hayward
Jun 16 – 23
$136 per night
Cabin · Hayward
Hayward Haus, Modern Design w/ Classic Experience
Aug 24 – 31
$462 per night
Cabin · Sarona
Lakeside Sarona Home: Private Dock & Fire Pit!
Apr 11 – 18
$363 per night
Cabin · Crivitz
Scenic & Serene Lakefront Cottage | Wood Stove 🌳
May 2 – 9
$144 per night
Cabin · Fort Atkinson
Cozy Lakeside Cabin on Lake Koshkonong
Sep 30 – Oct 7
$238 per night
Cabin · Hayward
"Das Blockhaus" - cozy, authentic German log cabin
Mar 18 – 25
$115 per night
Cabin · Markesan
Gorgeous Lake House on Little Green Lake
Apr 17 – 24
$341 per night

Pet-friendly cabin to rent in Wisconsin

Cabin · Avoca
Cool quiet country cabin on boulders and 120 acres
Dec 8 – 15
$174 per night
Cabin · De Soto
Feb 3 – 10
$203 per night
Cabin · Wauzeka
Larsen Rustic Secluded Log Cabin W/Outdoor Hot Tub
Feb 25 – Mar 4
$119 per night
Cabin · Hixton
Living Waters Cabin Getaway
Dec 15 – 22
$123 per night
Cabin · Mountain
The Sasquatch Hideaway Gorgeous A-Frame Tiny Home
Mar 9 – 16
$153 per night
Cabin · De Soto
Secluded Log Cabin with Hot Tub
Mar 25 – Apr 1
$204 per night
Cabin · Pierce
The Cabin on the Glen Innish Farm
Jan 9 – 16
$160 per night
Cabin · Winneconne
Barndominium with Private Forest, River & Goats
Jan 26 – Feb 2
$182 per night
Cabin · Herbster
SOUTH SHORE A-FRAME//Steps from Lake Superior
Mar 20 – 27
$179 per night
Cabin · Cazenovia
Drift House, a peaceful a-frame retreat
Mar 16 – 23
$152 per night
Cabin · Ferryville
Walnut Creek Cabin, modern + rustic luxury getaway
Sep 23 – 30
$272 per night
Cabin · Hancock
Peaceful Wooded Sanctuary
May 23 – 30
$131 per night

Your guide to Wisconsin

Welcome to Wisconsin

Wisconsin offers some of the most varied and beautiful terrain in the Midwest. People from outside the Great Lakes states are always surprised to discover that the eastern edge of Wisconsin is America’s third coast, with dramatic bluffs over Lakes Superior and Michigan, massive ships docked at the ports, and placid beaches. The Northwoods, a region stretching across the top third of the state, is a stunning expanse of pines and maples riddled with freshwater lakes. In the southwest, rocky buttes and rolling hills cover the Driftless Area. There’s a reason outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, ATV riding, and cross-country skiing are so big here.

But the landscape isn’t the only appeal. Milwaukee buzzes with energy and creativity. In Madison, the state’s food-obsessed capital, the glorious farmers’ market supplies world-caliber restaurants. Whether you’re passing through tiny towns tucked amid the cornfields or eating Friday night fish fry at a lakeside supper club, it’s hard not to fall in love with Wisconsin.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Wisconsin?

Wisconsin’s four seasons shout at you in all caps. In winter, there are snowdrifts that reach your shoulder and temperatures below the freezing point making it a good time to cozy up in your cabin rental. But Wisconsinites make the most of the season with activities such as the annual snow sculpting competition in Lake Geneva, ice fishing in the middle of the massive Lake Winnebago, or weekly snowshoe baseball games in the villages of the Northwoods. Summer is just as dramatic, a time of year when Wisconsinites spend as little time as possible indoors. You’ll find arts festivals and farmers’ markets all summer long in the cities and fishing boats on every lake. Nearly every Native American tribe hosts a powwow that brings people from all over for dancing, singing, and food.

The farther north you go, the shorter the spring and fall. That doesn’t make either season any less lovely. Every plant in the state rushes to put out its leaves and flowers in April and May. Fall comes on fast in a glorious profusion of reds and yellows — not to mention Oktoberfest celebrations all over the state.

What are the top things to do in Wisconsin?


Milwaukee has spectacular views of Lake Michigan, ornate factories and churches, and a thrumming nightlife scene. With a new symphony hall, improvements to the Milwaukee Art Museum and America’s Black Holocaust Museum, and a patio-lined Riverwalk through the heart of town, the city grows more charming every year. You can stroll along the shore at Lakeside Park, kayak on the Milwaukee River, tour houses designed by famous architects, or spend the day boutique-hopping. Milwaukee’s old nickname, Brew City, endures in the dozens of microbreweries and pubs all over town.

Door County

Just north of Green Bay, a pointy little finger of land juts into Lake Michigan. That’s Door County, whose rugged coasts and 35 islands are a popular summer destination for city-dwelling Wisconsinites. The area is rural enough to have preserved the architecture and culture of its Belgian and Scandinavian settlers. Check out the Sturgeon Bay lighthouse, the Belgian roadside chapels (and rice pie) surrounding Brussels, the old harbor at Ephraim, and the Stavkirke, a breathtaking recreation of a Nordic church, on Washington Island.

Driftless Area

If you’re accustomed to the Midwestern plains, the limestone towers and undulating hills of the Driftless Area may cause a shock: The glaciers that flattened the center of North America missed this 24,000-square-mile region. In the Wisconsin stretch, the winding Kickapoo River and the wide Mississippi have carved out their own valleys. Tucked amid the bluffs are thousands of farms, settled by the Amish and hippie back-to-the-landers. You can spend days meandering around towns such as Viroqua and Prairie du Chien, hiking and fishing for trout on the streams, and stopping to taste local wines and cheeses.