Fox Den

Fox Den Iowa Cabin Rental

2 Beds/ 1 bath sleeps 5 people

Our original authentic, one of a kind, hand-hewn log cabins offer a serene atmosphere nestled along the Fox Den.

Curl up in front of a traditional wood burning stove or unwind by fire pit on extended back deck.

Whether you are in search of an intimate romantic getaway, some personal quiet time to gather your thoughts, a unique & memorable moment with family and friends, Fox Den provides a relaxed setting for a wide variety of year-round nature based activities.

Located only a mile away from the inspiring Yellow River National Forest, gurgling trout streams, beautiful hiking trails, and nostalgic Mississippi River attractions.

In the fall, the entire region puts on a show of incomparable beauty, which truly must be seen to be believed as visitors from around the world come to enjoy autumn’s display.

Inside Fox Den you will find:

  • One-level cabin with loft
  • Lower bedroom with Queen bed
  • Loft includes second Queen bed
  • Fully stocked kitchen with plenty of utensils, pots and pans for cooking
  • Tastefully, fully decorated cabin theme w. special lighting
  • Living room with a Queen Sofa
  • Amish built TV Stands with TV and DVD player
  • Rustic Pine LR End Tables and Coffee Table
  • Amish built dining table and chairs
  • Electric stove, refrigerator, and microwave
  • Single lofted cabin with Queen size bed (comes with built in drawers)
  • Double Hickory rocker
  • Large bathroom with shower
  • Insulated floors and ceilings
  • Wood burning rustic stove in Living Room
  • Full-length screened porch and HUGE secluded deck with Firepit overlooking valley below
  • 15 minutes from Prairie du Chien, WI, restaurants, Cabelas, and shopping
  • 40 min to Decorah
  • *We can bring firewood for a fee.
  • The scenic Yellow River just a few miles away.  Contact BigFoot Canoe Rentals for canoe/kayak rentals.  More info here…. www.bigfootcanoerentals.com

*Large Load of firewood can be delivered for $20 fee

*This cabin is not open year round.  We winterize it starting sometime after Thanksgiving