Cabinetogama Cabin Plaid

Entire cabin hosted by Bonnie

  1. 6 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Kabetogama Cabin Plaid! Get your cabin fix at Voyaguers National Park in comfort. Log cabin on Park Point at Lake Kabetogama. Fish off the dock, or bring your boat. Enjoy your morning coffee on the deck, or the dock bench. Picnic lunch on the outdoor table under the white pines. Bring a good book and relax, or fish, explore the natural undisturbed shoreline of Kabetogama. Go hiking on the lake trails. Very likely to see: otters, fox, deer, pelicans, loons, etc. Swim off the dock/shore.

The space
The cabin is nestled in tall white pines with south facing views into Voyageurs National Park. Although the cabin has a rustic feel to it, don't expect the mustiness "old" cabins sometimes have. This cabin is super cute and comfy. You'll want to kick your feet up and enjoy some good meals here, as well as the obvious outdoor beauty this area brings. Approx 1300 sf interior sits on .36 acre lot with granite outcroppings and granite shoreline that gradually slopes to the water. Clean water, no weeds. Rock shelves at the waters entry/shoreline.

The dock is superb with 13-15 feet of deep cold water right at the end of the dock. You can catch walleyes, sauger, northern pike, perch and bass right from the dock. The dock has electrical power for charging your batteries and a light. The property is very close to Chief Woodenfrog campground (we are just on the next point south) and you can use the boat launch there and park overnight if needed. You can also moor your boat on our dock, as it is protected from the wind and we have a secure way for you to tie it off on three points.

The cabin itself is comfortable with lots of windows and a large wood deck with a Weber charcoal grill. There is heat, but no air conditioning. We do have some fans in a closet if needed. There is a fresh water tank (1600 gallons) and the water is high quality, treated, drinking water from International Falls.

6 people is the maximum capacity as there is only 1 bathroom.

BR#1 - Queen bed, closet, black out curtains, view of the lake.

BR#2 - Full size bunk beds, closet, black out curtains, large windows.

Sleeping area 3 - Queen bed in living room that opens up to the kitchen. This bed is for the early riser who gets up early to make the coffee! It is high off the ground, so not suitable for small children. Great views to the lake in the morning. This room gets bright when the sun rises as only half the room has curtains. Understand that anyone who sleeps in the other bedrooms will need to cut through the living room and walk by this bed to get to the bathroom during the night and in the early morning.

The back room has a small tv (22") that plays DVD's and has Chrome cast. This is the only tv in the cabin (very small and no channels).

The bathroom is small, clean, and practical. It has a a tub/shower and a stacked full size washer and dryer. The furnace is also in here. The w/d and furnace are not hidden behind any doors so it's not very elegant. Towels are provided.

The kitchen has an electric range, oven, microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, crock pot, pans, dishes, and cooking utensils. There is no dishwasher, garbage disposal, or blender.

There is enough parking in front for 3-4 cars.

There is a nice sized fire pit down near the lake for a late night campfire.

The lake is a paradise (24,000 acres, 80 ft deep) with direct water connection to Namakan (24,000 acres, 150 ft deep ), Sand Point (8400 acres 184 ft deep) and Crane Lake (300 acres 80 ft deep). All of these lakes can be accessed directly by boat. You can also go over a boat portage through Kettle Falls and into Rainy Lake. Most of these lakes share a border with Canada. Wildlife is abundant, cabins are not. It is easy to get out in a secluded quiet bay where you are alone in nature. This is a very pristine wilderness area and National Park. Plan to spend some time out on the water. Please note: no ski-doo's or jet skiis are allowed on the waters here.

No TV service is provided, but there is free wifi up to 12 Mbps and a TV monitor with a Google Chromecast connected to it so that you can cast your Netflix, YouTubeTV, or Hulu account to the monitor. It's a small monitor (22"). I have an assortment of good movies here (about two dozen).

There are some restaurants on the lake that you can access by car or boat as well as some nice hikes out on the Kabetogama peninsula (water access to trail head). There is a lot to see. Find out more at the Voyageurs National Park visitor center.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 bunk bed

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Patio or balcony

7 nights in Ray

Apr 12, 2023 - Apr 19, 2023

5.0 out of 5 stars from 11 reviews


Where you’ll be

Ray, Minnesota, United States

Our cabin is on a bay in a community of cabins and resorts. Everyone is respectful of each others privacy, but friendly at the same time. Noisy parties are frowned upon, but all neighbors appreciate the love of the lake and "taking in the lake life". Our cabin has a dock and you are able to swim or boat directly in front of it, or from the shore. The water is clean. Bring a floatie or use our noodles on a hot day! There are a couple of restaurants w/in 10 minutes of the cabin and a couple small convenience stores too. International Falls is 30-40 minutes to the north as the closest large grocery store. So the towns of Virginia and International Falls are your best options for large grocery stores, possibly Tower or Ely depending on the direction you are traveling in from.

Hosted by Bonnie

  1. Joined in January 2018
  • 11 Reviews
  • Identity verified
We are 'work hard'-'play hard' kind of people. We love dogs, reading, gardening, cooking, eating Thai food, and playing games with friends and family. We have one large dog (our only child) who is really a giant cat, and my husband has a fishing on the brain disease. We like to kick back and enjoy a good beer.

Topping our travel destinations in our lifetime so far (always involves hiking): Southern Utah, Oregon, and Macchu Picu, Peru.
We are 'work hard'-'play hard' kind of people. We love dogs, reading, gardening, cooking, eating Thai food, and playing games with friends and family. We have one large dog (our…

During your stay

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  • Language: English
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with keypad
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

Cancellation policy