Embrace the chill! Choose your cozy winter cabin getaway in Minnesota

These McGregor MN resorts near Big Sandy Lake offer guests an authentic north woods vacation. A wonderful outdoor enthusiast destination with great golfing, fishing, boating, canoeing and winter snowmobiling and skiing. These cabins and cottages provide a great opportunity to spend some time outdoors and enjoy nature. Minnesota lake lodging is sure to be the relaxing getaway that you need.

wacowinterShing Wako Resort: Cabin 14
During the winter, there are over 1,200 miles of snowmobile trails throughout Brainerd. Ski Gull near Gull Lake is also a great ski hill for the whole family. There is so much to do!

How long are the winters in Minnesota? How cold does it get? Will you survive it? Yes, you’ll survive if you mix in some warm cabin time:) The wind seems to blow in directly from the North Pole, but the glow of your romantic fireplace will warm you right up again. Winter snowfall averages around 60-70 inches annually. This is the only place where wearing 12 layers of clothes is common.

firplaceCampfire Bay Resort: White Oak
The cabin’s many windows go up to its vaulted pine ceiling and bring in a lot of light. A gas fireplace, AC, and satellite TV and DVD player are in the the living area which is connected to the open dining area and kitchen.

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Josante Shores
A Cook, Minnesota vacation rental
Fall colors are brilliant, and in winter, fresh blankets of snow transforms the cabin and Lake into a winter spectacle – admire it from the warm inside, or step out the front door and try snowshoeing. You can plan, and book directly with us so we’d be happy to give you some tips on snowmobiling and cross country skiing trips.

cozyinsideThe Gone Fish’Inn
An Osakis, Minnesota vacation rental
Central Lakes Trail runs from Osakis to Fergus Falls. Great for snowmobiling in the winter too! It’s not just a summer paradise; after a day of skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing, the wood stove quickly warms things up.

cozy2The Great Escape Cabin
A Maple Lake, Minnesota vacation rental

Cross country skiing, snow shoeing, bond fires (wood included), and of course ice fishing (fish house is available for rent with heat, poles and bait)! Book direct today for Great Getaway!

MN snowmobiling trails are abundant in Minnesota, but some destinations are just more popular. These regions have snowmobile clubs, professionally groomed trails, and lots of winter things to do for a seamlessly perfect Minnesota cold-season vacation. Leech Lake area rentals has the Paul Bunyan Trail and the Heartland trail which weaves around (and over) lakes and streams; along towering pine forests and scenic backroads. The Paul Bunyan trail goes from Brainerd to Bemidji while the Heartland Trail goes from Cass Lake to Walker and eventually meets up with the Paul Bunyan Trail.

Another winter HOT SPOT IS Bemidji, MN
Bemidji is central to the state’s 14,000 miles of trails which in winter are used for cross country skiing well marked snowmobile trails. One of our favorites is the Paul Bunyan and Heartland State Trails. Just let your MN vacation rental owner know what level of excitement your group is interested in – rental owners and local property managers are eager to help you plan vacation memories that will last a lifetime.

Visit our other state-specific website too:
RentTennesseeCabins.com | RentMichiganCabins.com | RentNewYorkCabins.com | RentMontanaCabins.com and RentWisconsinCabins.com

Thanks for supporting our growing number of state-specific, vacation rental website that allow renters to easily connect AND BOOK DIRECTLY with friendly and knowledgeable owners or local property managers.

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