HONEYMOON CABIN on Lake Wilipyro

You probably think there’s not much to say about a 350 sq. ft. cabin, but even large living can come in small packages. A minimalist will love the simplicity and efficient floor plan that provides all you need for this cabin in the woods.

Adorable is an adjective that pops into mind. Nestled in the forest, the cabin’s half-log cedar exterior, cedar shake roof, covered stoop and hand-built stone fireplace make a welcoming entry for its charming, rustic interior. Pine plank floors, cedar panel walls, beamed & raised ceiling, overhead storage and a new gas-log fireplace insert give this little “log cabin” a cozy, heartfelt appeal. A kitchenette, dining area, living room & bedroom are combined in one L-shaped great room with a bath & shower off the bedroom area. Built in the mid-40’s, restored in the late 90’s, the sellers have honeymooned here the past 11 years.

The Honeymoon Cabin is part of King’s Lodge – a private condominium association (along with 7 other cabin homes) set on 8.6 acres with 950 ft. of shared frontage on the east side of Lake Wilipyro 4 miles NW of Cable, WI. Super clear, super clean, 77-acre Lake Wilipyro is home to nesting loons, otters, large mouth bass, northern pike & a variety of panfish. The swimming is excellent. Shared common elements include the sand beach, wood-fired sauna and a fish-cleaning house. The lake does not allow jet skis or water skiing, and King’s Lodge condos have protective covenants for silent sports. The Honeymoon cabin has a private dock and an anchored pontoon boat used by the sellers for relaxation, sunning, fishing and enjoying our vivid and romantic north woods sunsets. Condo fees are $360 bi-annually and cover grounds & general common maintenance, snowplowing, garbage service and common land insurance/taxes.

In your search for quality of life and actual time to enjoy it, spend your weekend exploring the area parks, forest and trails instead of trying to start the lawn mower. Conveniently located – the cabin is near several wilderness areas and trails including the North Country Trail, Rainbow Lakes and Porcupine Lake Wilderness. It is 10 mi. from Rock Lake Ski & Bike trails, 7 mi. from Telemark Resort’s trail system, 5 mi. from the North End access to the Birkie Trail, 8 mi. from the Drummond Ski Trails and is also near canoe/kayak landings for the Namekagon River. Furnished and ready to go – this is a great getaway for hikers, birders, bicyclists, Nordic skiers, retirees and nature-loving couples and singles. Welcome to the Honeymoon Cabin and the return of the lazy weekend!

Directions: From Cable: Hwy 63 N about 2 mi. to Blue Moon Rd. Left 1 mi. to Tri Lakes Rd. Left 1 mi. to King’s Lodge – right to cabin.