Conover Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 3 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 6-8)
200-plus feet of lakefront. Fish off the pier. Canoe. Kayak. Boat. Just play in the water. Enjoy a beverage and a good book on the wrap-around deck facing the lake. Roast hot dogs and make s'mores at the campfire area. Rest, relax, renew. Hear the call of the loons. Watch the eagles soar and the deer walk by. The little ones can fish off the pier. For those who can cast, fishing off the private pier might even land a small mouth bass or big musky.
Maximum of eight in the cabin at any one time and no more than 6 adults (those over the age of 18) staying at any one time. Please look elsewhere if your party is larger than 8.
Our wallhanging as you go to the lower level says it all:
'Cabin Rules--Welcome to the good life, where the rules are short and sweet. No schedules, no deadlines, no dress code. We keep it simple. Take time to rest, relax & renew. Breathe deep, make s'mores and spend time enjoying the great outdoors. It's the perfect time to hike and explore.'
Whether you want to chill out or be active or both, this homey, comfortable 'home-away-from-home' cabin, located on 7 wooded acres with 200-plus footage on Upper Buckatabon, is perfect any time of the year. You'll love the spectacular sunrises and lake views from the dining area and living room. And the cabin feel permeates everywhere, from the decor to the pine walls and ceilings.
Beds: king in master and queen in second main-floor bedroom, two twin beds in lower level bedroom, plus a fold-out couch and a cot. Full bathroom located on each level. Walk-out lower level. Rec room has game table, bar, TV and plenty of space. Lots of closet space. New deck surrounds three sides of the cabin. Fireplace on main level. Woodburner in lower level rec room. Make your own meals in the fully furnished kitchen or enjoy nearby restaurants. Storage area in lower level perfect for fishing gear and has sink for cleaning fish. Two-car detached garage.
Cabin feel throughout with pine interior walls.
Although there's no sandy beach for building sand castles, there's shallow water with sandy bottom where the kids can play while an adult watches on the pier. No weeds.
If you're seeking privacy, this is the place. A wooded area/land separtes the cabin and the house on the left (which is about 1/2 block away) and a hill hides the cabin from the house on the right.
Located just 8 1/2 miles from Eagle River. Ideal place to escape. Bring your own boat or rent a small fishing boat with motor from Bauer's Dam for just $175/week or rent a pontoon boat from Dave just down the road for $75/half day, $150/day or $700/week. Contact info provided.
Lake Buckatabon is one of the premier musky lakes in Northern Wisconson and has great walleye and bass fishing as well. You can even catch a few big ones off the pier.
Lots of family activities nearby in Eagle River, St. Germaine and the UP.
This cabin has been in our family since 1985 and is now our retreat.
Krueger Cabin is available from midMay through October.
Keywords: House on lake, vacation home, Eagle River, Northwoods cabin, cottage
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the owner
Our family ranged from 9-67 years. We have very diversified interests, and yet we all came together for a fun-packed, enjoyable, relaxing, laughter-filled vacation. We enjoyed the fishing, kayaking, just drifting along in the boat, walking, reading on the deck and the night-time campfires. The views was awesome from everywhere. We have vacationed for many years on Sanibel Island, Fl., ranking it the #1 vacation. This year we chose to spend our vacation in the Northwoods with family members. Your cabin gets the #1 vacation spot of the North!
John is Wisconsin born and raised and has been fishing and snowmobiling in Northern Wisconsin since a child. I'm a Kansas girl who fell in love with this Wisconsin guy and the Northern Woods of Wisconsin. We're blessed to call this cabin in the woods ours.
John's parents purchased the house in 1985 and lived in it until their passing. We enjoyed the location (view and activities) so much that we purchased the property from his parents' estate in September 2010.
The peace and quiet. The spectacular sunrises and sunsets. The fact that you can't see immediate neighbors. The convenience of the lake and all of its activities. And there's nothing like roasting hot dogs and/or marshmallows while enjoying a beverage at the secluded campfire area while viewing the lake.