Wisconsin Dells Cabins

There are two mega SUMMER traditions in Wisconsin:

1. A trip to the Wisconsin Dells Water Parks.

2. A long weekend (or an entire week) at a Wisconsin cabin.

We made it easy to compare 118 cabins in the Wisconsin Dells area. Enter some criteria in our search tool, or use the interactive Google Map to find a Wisconsin Dells vacation rental that fits your families needs.

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Skip those noisy hotels – Wisconsin Dells cabins, vacation rentals and lodges offer a quiet retreat after a tiring day in downtown Wisconsin Dells. Most of these Wis Dells rental homes and cabins are less than 45 minutes from Great Wolf; Kalahari; Wilderness; Mt. Olympus; Chula Vista; Atlantis; Tanger Outlet; Ho Chunk; Dells Ducks; Polynesian; Christmas Mountain; Noah’s Ark. Tourists already know that Wisconsin Dells is the “Waterpark Capital of the World,” and now finding area Wisconsin Dells cabins and lodging is easy. This page alone showcases over 100 unique Wisconsin Dells cabin rentals.

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Castle Rock Lake is a central Wisconsin recreation lake that vacationers visit. As you can see, there are many lakefront cabins and off water rentals to explore, and plenty of water sport rentals are available too: Pontoons, wave runners, kayaks, and paddle boats. Many rental properties include paddle boats, and some cabin owners offer Wisconsin Dells water park discounts with your stay. Nearby towns like Friendship, Briggsville and Lake Delton have cabins for rent too. Wisconsin Dells cabins provide lots of privacy and are a short drive to downtown Wisconsin Dells.

We have one of the largest online selection of Wisconsin Dells cabins and rentals. And because you found them on RentWisconsinCabins.com, you are guaranteed the best rental rate because you connect, plan, and book directly with Wisconsin Dells vacation rental owners or property managers – skip those third-party booking website commissions and traveler fees. Beside, the rental owners are your best tour guides, and when it comes to experiencing what the Wisconsin Dells has to offer, you need a local expert.

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Top 6 Wisconsin Events in 2018 …and the cabins nearby

Wisconsin rental cabins offer vacationers a great basecamp when it comes to local events. After a day of participating in one of these local events, your group will love the sunsets & privacy only found in a cabin, cottage, lodge or home. From the two of you to your extended family, we have romantic WI cabins and plenty of large group vacation rentals.

For this blog, we gathered a nice selection of WI vacation rentals closest to each event. Because we have hundreds, we could not list them all. But you’ll find town links too.

Wisconsin Event #6: WINTER WINE & CHERRY FEST
Door County! Feb. 3, 2018 10 am to 4 pm

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From the cabin to a complimentary wine and farm market food tasting event. Talk about unique — you can also go on horse-drawn sleigh rides, listen to live music, taste warm apple cider and mulled wines. Here’s our favorite part: The Cherry Pit Spit Competition starts at 1:30 pm. DRESS WARM FOR THIS ONE. Plan a winter escape to Door County.

Nearest cabin rentals to the Winter Wine and Cherry Fest:
HermitageStudio CottageWoldt’s Farmette and Cottage • A short drive from these Egg Harbor vacation rentals


Wisconsin Event #5: BARABOO FAIR on the SQUARE
May 12, 2018 9 am to 4 pm and Oct. 13 9 am to 4 pm

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This much fun, this close to your Baraboo vacation rental? YES! Bouncy houses and pony rides, huge Farmers Market, arts and crafts show (150 artists and crafters from all over the Midwest) — a full day of family entertainment in Baraboo/Wisconsin Dells.

Nearest cabin rentals to the Baraboo Fair on the Square:
Devils Lake LodgePrairie RetreatTall Pines Villa • A short drive from these Wisconsin Dells cabins


Wisconsin Event #4: FISHING HAS NO BOUNDARIES
Hayward! May 18 and 19, 2018

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Love to fish? Looking for a great volunteer opportunity in Wisconsin? These two worlds collide in Hayward on the shores of the Chippewa Flowage! This two day event hosts anywhere from 100-120 anglers with various disabilities. Hayward’s event the “Grand-daddy” event of all the FHMB Chapters. We’ve been a supporter since 2009!

Nearest cabin rentals to the Fishing Has No Boundaries Event:
Deerfoot Lodge Cabin 7Chippewa View LodgeTall Pines LodgeMaking Memories at the Lake • A short drive from these Hayward cabin rentals


Wisconsin Event #3: IRON RIVER SUMMERFEST
June 8 to 10, 2018

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Start your training now for the Spider Lake 10K, 5K, 2 Mile Walk/Run! Plus rummage sales, a benefit dance

Nearest cabin rentals to the Iron River Summerfest Event:
Half Moon Lake LodgeSpok’n 4Tri Lake Timbers ResortAll Iron River cabins


Wisconsin Event #2: 4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS
Wisconsin Dells

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Arrive at dusk and be ready to ohh and ahh as over 1,300 fireworks will brighten the sky over Downtown Dells.

Nearest cabin rentals to the big fireworks show in downtown Wisconsin Dells:
Field HouseDell View Lake LodgeBird House CottageRed Cabin 2 • Plus all of these Wisconsin Dells Vacation Rentals


Wisconsin Event #1: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP OFF-ROAD RACES
Crandon, WI  Aug. 31, 2018 to Sep. 2, 2018

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Gear up for some premier off-road racing Up North! Yes, the local economy still boasts many logging companies that work in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, but the racing on the most revered dirt track in the world is going to blow you away! It’s a party as more than 50,000 fans gather to cheer for their favorite drivers.

Nearest cabin rentals to the World Championship Off-road races:
Hemlock Harbor HavenRound Lake ChaletRound Lake Cabin RentalBuena Vista Lodge • A short drive from these Rhinelander cabins for rent


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Battle of the #Wisconsin Waterparks

The Great Debate of Natural Lakes versus Wisconsin Waterparks

   It’s clear to us that we have an obsession with Wisconsin lakes, which is great because Wisconsin is filled with them, so much, that you would be hard pressed to be able to go on vacation without having a lake within a thirty minute drive. We also love the waterparks, where thrills of being upside down and turned around on a ride can excite every little kid in us. The Wisconsin Dells has the largest concentration of waterparks in the world! We can give you the cold hard facts on why Wisconsin is truly a battle of the waterparks but only you can decide which one truly wins the crown.

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In one county alone, Vilas has one of the largest concentration of freshwater lakes on the planet. With that being said, almost all 1,300 lakes are surrounded by pristine forests, trails and rolling hills. This is your chance to strap on some skis or sit in a tube and go for a wild ride across the vast lakes. Pack a picnic and paddle out to observe the sunset setting on the lake. You can also drop a line and catch dinner (at a fraction of the cost than at a restaurant).  In the winter, you can pick and choose between ice fishing, ice skating, ATV, ice boating, and cross country skiing. Can you imagine standing in line for 30 minutes for a chance to do one of these lakeside activities? After a long day outside putting at a nearby golf course or being out on the boat, you might want to head back to your cabin for refreshments or to sit by the fire and roast marshmallows. For a list of vacation rentals in Vilas County by town, please scroll down and click:

Boulder Junction   Conover

Eagle River  Lac Du Flambeau   Land o Lakes  Manitowish Waters

Minocqua Phelps    Presque isle  Sayner  St. Germain    Winchester

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With so many options for water play, this concrete jungle will have your head spinning. Lots of record breaking rides, fun restaurants, shows, and attractions bring a lot of tourism into Wisconsin from surrounding areas in the Midwest. Whether you like to hit the wave pool, slide down the tubes, surf the tide, or run around in the sprinklers, there is fun for every age and level of exercise. These waterparks spark lots of creativity. You could be a pirate, Hades, or the captain of a ship. You can rock climb, bowl, gamble, or zipline through the trees. The Wisconsin Dells can be overcrowded and a little heavy on the checkbook but when a family rents a vacation home, they can escape the hustle and bustle without missing a beat while saving a few dollars by gathering groceries and cooking at home. Some are even near a lake for the best of both worlds! To enjoy Wisconsin Dells attractions while vacationing in a cabin, lake front cabin, or vacation rental, click on one of these surrounding towns:

                       Wisconsin Dells   New Lisbon Rentals  Lake Delton  Friendship

   No matter what you choose, there will always be plenty of water to play on. Choose your next cabin or vacation rental in Wisconsin and you wil surely be pleased with both but we want to know your opinion! What do you think is better for a vacation and why?

You would be crazy to miss these 4 Winter Events in #Wisconsin!

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With these sub zero temps, who can blame us for wanting to find something good about winter? It doesn’t have to keep us inside and miserable with the cat that has allergies (just saying). It can be exciting and fun. These events are just a few (but really stellar) that you should escape to. Just wait and see.

Racine’s Big Chill Pro Jan. 9th-1/11

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This is Wisconsin’s 25th year in being the People’s Choice competition for snow sculpting. Winner goes to the U.S. world championship! Enjoy family fun friendly activities and snowboarding to the Big Chill in downtown Racine. Enjoy the Rail Jam!! Thousands of visitors each year, make this one of the most successful winter events in Wisconsin.

St. Germain’s Radar Race Jan. 30- Jan. 31

Between fun runs and speed runs, shootouts and fly racing ice drags, this is the crowd with a need for speed, and perhaps, beautiful women and beer. The radar run highlights some of the fastest and most groomed tracks in the Midwest. Watch the demo rides, the Bikini race and drink a beer in the Sprecher beer tent if observing is more your thing. It’s hard to really explain, so watch the video here!

Phillip’s Winter Fest Jan. 24th-Jan. 25th

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Phillips comes alive during Winter Fest with snowmobile races, parades, lawn more races (yes, that’s what we said, lawn mower races), face painting, ice fishing, snowshoeing and fireworks. Any of those strike your fancy? Maybe Tug of War will peak your interest, that can only be real fun in the winter when you knock the other team off balance. As if it isn’t weird already, they even have a keg toss competition. Check out the event at: EventCrazy.

Drummond’s Bar Stool Races Feb. 14th

This is a true “Up North” experience you should tell all your southern friends about. Nothing says I love you like spending Valentine’s day racing bar stools down a snowy hill but hey, is it ever fun?? Rules are pretty simple, there is beer at the end and cash prizes. We’re sold! Don’t quite get it? There is a video on their website!

Have You Been to the Best Pumpkin Patches in Wisconsin?

This list is compiled by our followers of RentWisconsinCabins.com and written for other viewers to see where the great pumpkin patches are this fall. 

Anyone with children, or a child still inside them knows the excitement of a pumpkin patch, but do we really know where the best ones are in Wisconsin? We tend to ask other moms and peruse a little online, but if you know anything about pumpkin patches, it’s hard to experience the true nature of THE PATCH until you get there. You either leave unhappy or elated that you chose that particular patch. We asked our followers where their favorite patches are. Here is what they came up with:

Pecks Farm Market, Spring Green– The parking can be overwhelming but don’t worry, this patch is big enough for everybody. The market is supplied with traditional and nontraditional fall goodies such as jams, gourds, candy, cider, baked goods, taffy, licorice, mushrooms, fruits, vegetables and more but there is also a cute little store connected to it with your favorite Halloween decorations and fall décor, making even the craft maker and baker happy. Pecks also offers a variety of animals in its free animal petting zoo such as deer, goats, mini horses, sheep, rabbits, and can even get a glimpse of the chickens and peacocks. Be sure to stop by the kittens and give them some love. Kids can jump in the giant inflatable pumpkin, enjoy the corn maze, go on a hayride, pick pumpkins and tour the haunted houses. Check their website for additional attractions and events throughout the season. Pecks Farm Market East

Vesperman Farms, Lancaster– Have fun getting lost is what they like to say here! This farm has plenty of pumpkin picking but perhaps is looking for more entertainment? Enjoy the petting zoo, duck races, the pumpkin catapult, mini and large corn mazes, and hayrides. Pick your seasonal fruit and enjoy honey from the bee colony they have there. Don’t let fall pass you by and round up the kids in the minivan. Open 7 days a week and all major credit cards are accepted. Vesperman Farms

Busy Farms, Fort Atkinson– This is an outdoor, enhanced classroom for people of all ages. Enjoy feeding the animals, 4 acre trivia corn maze, pick your pumpkin, choose your favorite gourd or small pumpkin and see how far it can be thrown. Get your face painted and collect eggs. Enjoy a demo on sheep sheering, play plinko with your eggs, join in on a rat race, explore tunnels of fun, participate in a gunny sack race, shoo in the roosters, race a hog and watch a puppet play. The opportunities are endless and never ending. Busy Barn Farms

Pearce’s, Walworth– This locally owned farm stand stands by its produce and takes pride in its fresh produce. You can see the pride in their work as they also are a great attraction in the fall. Enjoy hay mazes, tunnel races, run through the corn maze and test your braveness at the new haunted houses and even ride a helicopter ride!!! Pearce Farms

The Little Farmer, Malone– This true authentic apple orchard and farmhouse offers a sense of fall comfort right when you walk in the door due to all the apple baking and that isn’t all the smells. They really should advertise free smells because it truly utopia when you set foot on this farm. Pick your pumpkin after you board the free hayride to the field or pick your own from the previously picked area. Enjoy the handicap accessible hayride that takes roughly 25 minutes through a beautiful area of color changing woods and lands you right in The Little Farmer- a barn with chickens, a cow, super hungry goats and sheep. Explore the corn maze where the boast they can “corn fuse” you for atleast 20 minutes or watch the little tikes on the playground. Be sure to stop in the shop for all kinds of goodies you can take home. The Little Farmer

Treinens Farm, Lodi– I was certainly blown away by this farm as this hardly a farm and more a paradise for the young at heart and the real young ones. Voted consistently as one of the best corn mazes by U.S. Today, MSN, The Travel Channel and many more, this is a must check out spot. This sports one of the largest corn mazes at 15 acres (that is equivalent to 15 football fields) and 12 different kinds of pumpkins, so for those that strike out lucky all of the time, you are sure to find “just the right one”. Enjoy activities such as pony rides, gemstone mining, pumpkin slingshot, Jacob’s ladder, 40 foot shoot tubes, a bounce house and milking contest. Don’t miss the zombie apocalypse on Oct. 25th!!  Treinen’s Farm

RentWisconsinCabins.com offers vacationers a great search experience. Our one of a kind “Narrow Your Search” tool quickly finds all the cabins, cottages, lodges and homes that meet your search criteria. Best of all, you always book directly with the rental owner or property manager to guarantee you get the best (no commission) rate. Travel On!

The Best 5 “Drives” for Wisconsin Fall Colors.

An intensive guide to not only Wisconsin Fall Color but to the festivals, and hobbies to go along with the scenic drive. Pack up the car now and head to one of these areas for a great fall getaway.

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Let’s be honest with each other, Fall is one of everyone’s favorites in the Midwest and it’s not because of our perfect summers either. It’s because summer for most means traveling, jammed pack days at the beach, pool, zoo or family reunions. It’s simply not the case in fall.  Sure, school is in session and kids go back into sports but what happens with the chilly nights settle over us? Do you step away from the TV? Hide indoors? Why not check out what Wisconsin is all about? It’s about reconvening with nature and nature is really exciting when it prepares for winter, don’t you think? Let’s take a look at the top 10 places in Wisconsin to check out fall color!

1. Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive. This is one of the first areas to notice the leaves change-this 115 mile stretch that starts near Whitewater and unwinds by Sheboygan county. The roads purpose it tought be created solely for the scenic drive. Be sure to download the PDF with directions from Wisconsin DNR here: Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive. This forest offers panoramic views of the trees adapting to cooler weather.

2. Door County Coastal Highway– this takes you right into the peninsula that showcases 66 miles of fall color. There are many ways to view this foliage as well. Take your own self-guided tour, but be sure to plan a couple of days to thoroughly enjoy all of Door County. While winding down the highway take in all the special restaurants and see what the gifted chefs have to offer. Hop aboard the Door County Trolley to truly take in all the color and wonderful smells.

3. Great River Road– otherwise known as Highway 10 whispers along the Wisconsin Driftless Area. This gives up countless views of wetlands, trees, bluffs, and wildlife so you might get more than you bargain for when it comes to looking for just fall foliage but nonetheless, it is a great road traveled.

4. Waupaca– Waupaca offers much more than just fall foliage. This road trip offers excitement at the end of the day with jazz festivals and apple harvests. Enjoy the fall foliage from a canoe, where the water soothes the soul and the trees tell a story of changing over spirits of the seasons. While there, be sure to check out the Chain O’ Lakes Blues Festival in October.

5. The Turtle Flambeau Scenic Waters Area– Head towards Popko East and know that this is a great opportunity to witness Wisconsin’s true beauty that makes living up north priceless. One of our personal favorites in our office at www.RentWisconsinCabins.com, this road is a self guided, 20 mile, 15 stop tour that shows you humans interaction with nature and the give and take that relationship we have with it. Notice the red pines, white ash, sugar maples,oak, birch, elm and the Aspen trees changing color as the brisk evenings turn into milder days in October. Bring your binoculars and fishing pole because among the flowage, wildlife is abundant and there are lots of places to pull over and wet a line right from shore. Have a glimpse of bear, eagles, deer, grouse, you name it in the north, you will probably see it. It is one of the best fishing areas in the state!

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Fall scenic road trips in Wisconsin are very easy on the budget. Head to the Gas Buddy Website to estimate your trip cost.

Let’s go for a ride in Wisconsin!

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Wisconsin has roughly 10,000 miles of OHV trails throughout the rolling hills and majestic forests that cover much of the northern part of the state. While this sport is growing in popularity, Wisconsin has made a huge effort in maintaining trails to allow for users to travel them year round. Let’s explore some of these trails! Please be sure to check with local DNR to see what the new ATV/UTV laws require. RentWisconsinCabins.com has hundreds of cabins on atv trails!

Price County Trails is an easy trail that used to be part of a railway system, now converted to an ATV trail. The 62 miles open for ATVs is along 6 different towns that have plenty to offer for gas, food and lodging. These towns are ATV friendly and allow users to use the posted sign routes to access the town’s resources. Park Falls area has vacation rentals near the trail for added convenience. This season runs April 15 through November 15, allowing the fantastic views of the forest to mesmerize you while you ride your ATVs.

For more challenging rides, go to Hayward. Hayward has some of the best ATV loops and trails in Wisconsin and even some say in the tri state area. We recommend the Dead Horse Trail along with these Hayward cabins. This 55 mile trail is not as easy as others and are for more slightly experienced riders. These continuous loops roll the Chequamegon National Forest where the pines overwhelm the naturalist. This trail will take you through wetlands and prairie as well.

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Bayfield County has ton to offer when it comes to ATVs and UTVs and offers a plethora of scenery unmatched by many trails in the state. This trails struts alongside the largest body of water, Lake Superior. The Vallhalla trail system is an easy trail that goes right along the big lake through wooded areas and hilly terrain, connecting riders through other trails, some leading right though the national forest and a glacial pit, spitting riders back out at a very appealing landscape after climbing steep and long inclines. From there, you can take the Trail 40, also known as the Lenawee Trail as it connects to the Old Baldy Trail. This trail takes you through the pine forest and an overlook onto Lake Superior where Minnesota just barely makes an appearance across the deep vast waters.

As riders make their way on Battle Axe trail into Iron River on Trail 31, riders typically stop for lodging In Iron River. Iron River boasts over 500 miles of ATV trails. There is also great hiking, fishing, biking, and swimming in the area making it an ultimate adventure trip. Go along the waterfalls, rumbling rivers, prairies, lakes and streams with ATVs, and experience what most do not. This can be fun for the whole family or just a trip for the guys or gals.