Unique Northwoods Cabin
Welcome to Kelley's Kabin! It has been our family's getaway since 1927. Whatever your interests - canoeing, kayaking, fishing, exploring, or just relaxing - we are certain you will find Kelley's Kabin to be as wonderful a place as we have for four generations. We will do all we can to meet your requirements. We look forward to welcoming you!
Bill, Joan, Matthew & Isabelle Carter
Your Wisconsin Retreat!
Our Sawyer County, Wisconsin location is ideal.
For canoeing and fishing Kelley’s Kabin overlooks a wild stretch of the Flambeau River. A forest of 100-foot-tall hemlock, birch and maple surrounds our four log cabins. Located within the Flambeau River State Forest, canoeing, kayaking, bicycling, hiking, ATV riding, and bird and animal watching are all just out the front door.
Fish from our dock; or hunt the thousands of acres accessible from the town road at the end of our driveway. Regional fishing and hunting prospects are plentiful.
We are a short and beautiful drive of any vacation pastime you can imagine – golf, antiquing, historic sites, entertainment, pampering - even a visit to Lake Superior. Nearby flourishing towns offer churches, shopping, museums, libraries and festivals from spring through autumn.
Kelley’s Kabin is a unique set of log buildings constructed in the Roaring Twenties.
Kelley’s Kabin combines the rustic charm of a family cabin since 1927 with today’s comforts.
You will marvel at the Big Cabin with its 40-foot-long screened porch overlooking the river, cathedral ceilinged living room, massive stone fireplace, two comfortable bedrooms, and fully equipped kitchen.
The Big Cabin sleeps six and its companion Library Bedroom sleeps two. The Little Cabin across the back yard sleeps four and features a kitchenette and fireplace.
Amenities include washer and dryer, charcoal grill, picnic table, and your enjoyment of our family treasures.
Our Bar & Museum in its separate log building features an unusual fire place, game table, antique bar and back bar, and our collection of logging and pioneer tools.
Family gatherings are laid-back at Kelley’s Kabin.
As we are on a river, you will not be bothered with powerboats and jet skis. We provide two canoes for paddling a mile of slow moving river. Or put in a few miles east by road and enjoy a half- or full-day trip “round the Oxbo” through miles of pristine wilderness. If you are more adventurous, take an overnight trip downstream to experience some of Wisconsin’s finest whitewater.
The sunny back yard is great for a game of catch, hoops, Croquet, or badminton. We provide outdoor equipment along with traditional board games.
Less strenuous activities include reading a book from our extensive library, watching a movie from our collection, or listening to our classical, folk and 60s and 70s rock records.
Nights are often cool enough for conversation by either the back yard or river bank fire pit, or by any of our three fireplaces.
And we are pet friendly!
Kelley’s Kabin is an excellent value.
The summer weekly rate for the Big Cabin's two bedrooms, front porch swinging beds and Library Bedroom is $800.These accommodations sleep up to eight adults.
The Little Cabin is an additional $225 a week and sleeps as many as four. It can not be rented separately during the summer season. With cots and air mattresses we comfortably accommodate up to 18.
Shorter stays are $425 - the two night minimum - for the Big Cabin and Library Bedroom. Add the Little Cabin for $100. Additional days are $75 and $25 respectively.
We offer discounts during spring (before Memorial Day) and fall (after Labor Day) seasons. We also rent to late October and November hunters.
Linens and basic kitchen supplies are included. We do not charge extra for firewood or using the canoes. Canoe transportation and other personal services are available at additional charges.
We will welcome you as an honored guest and know your vacation at Kelley’s Kabin will be memorable.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 715-379-5310, or submit the form to make your reservation. Please let us know your preferred date, number of persons, and questions you may have.