You'll be sure to love the Island Park Log Cabin surrounded by nature, where you’ll be able able to view visiting forest creatures and scenic pine trees through oversized picture windows. The log cabin has amazing views, a private hot tub, a spacious deck, jetted master Jacuzzi, charming decor, and so much more. You’ll love being minutes away from world-class fishing, boating, golfing, mountain biking, river tubing, kayaking, rafting, paddle boarding, hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing to name a few. Many of these opportunities for adventure can be found right outside the front door. With a National Forest oriented towards exploration and adventure, you can spend days or weeks enjoying the surrounding mountains, trails, and valleys.
Yellowstone National Park is only 25 minutes away and offers some of the most beautiful natural scenery in the world. Located less than 15 minutes away from breathtaking Henry’s Lake State Park, you’ll be able to enjoy fishing, boating, swimming, or simply relaxing shoreside. You'll also be near Mesa Falls, Island Park Reservoir, Big Springs, and Harriman State Park. If you’re up for a little longer outing, the beautiful Grand Teton National Park is only two hours away. After a day of outdoor fun, enjoy dinner at the highly-rated on-site restaurant, Lodgepole Grill. When it comes to log cabin living it's all about location, with log cabins typically surrounded by nature to enjoy plenty of outdoor activities. The following are just a few reasons log cabin living is so popular.
Log cabin lifestyle. Log homes allow you to spend time doing some of the things you love. Other types of housing just aren’t designed around your personal activities and leisure time the way a log house construction is, even if it’s your primary residence. At a log home, people often feel like they are on vacation. Maybe it’s the wood or all that fresh air. The possibilities of where you can live are endless. You can build a log house in the woods, in a secluded area, or a different area of your choosing.
Close to nature. Many people choose to purchase or build a log cabin that is close to nature and leaving less of a carbon footprint. Imagine waking up each morning to the sound of birds humming in their trees, with stunning views of the mountains as the sun rises, and in the evenings enjoying the night skies, lit up by hundreds of beautiful stars. With so many natural resources being used to build your log cabin, from the wooden walls to the stone fireplace, you can be surrounded by nature both inside your log home and out, with the log house exterior naturally integrating into the landscape.
Living so close to nature is an amazing way to disconnect from the worries and stresses of your busy everyday life, and reconnect with yourself and your loved ones. Log cabin buildings are very sturdy, durable, warm, high-quality, and environmentally friendly. If you are interested in environmental problems and an ecological lifestyle you should think about living/staying in a log cabin.