About the author: Kristen Carlson is a photographer and writer who created the Wisconsin-based travel and lifestyle blog Miss Northerner. Learn more about Kristen here.
I felt immediately at home when I walked into Cabin Fever. There was something just so calming about it. Maybe it was because of the location—down a back road in the Northwoods, just far enough away from town where the cell reception faded and the sounds of nature took over. Or maybe it was the look and feel of the place… The living area had a vaulted ceiling, a fireplace surrounded by wood paneling, and a plush armchair nestled near a window. There was a three-season porch overlooking Big Kitten Lake with floor to ceiling windows to boot. The whole property radiated coziness and it felt like the epitome of a northern Wisconsin cabin. And for the next three days, it was my home away from home.
Watching the sunrise over Big Kitten Lake from our private dock.
Cabin Fever is a part of Wildcat Cabins & Homes—individually owned, well-kept cabins on Big Kitten Lake. Each has their own private dock and access to canoes, kayaks, a little sailboat, and a shared beach. There are eight different cabins to choose from:
Tip: Make sure to bring your own lifejacket!
I want to give a huge thank you to Cabin Fever owners Don & Judy, Wisconsin Travel Best Bets, and the Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce for organizing my stay here. It was the perfect place to stay while exploring the area!
To learn more about lodging and where to stay while in Boulder Junction, click here.