Reserve our off the grid cabin rental for an unplugged vacation

Hunting Lodge:
The hunting here is also very good. Deer, turkey and grouse, bear, bobcat, and coyote make their home in these woods. Think about how old and how large a buck can get in woods that are this immense. Ducks and geese are here from early spring until late fall, right through the time of the fall migration of northern waterfowl and woodcock. Pass-shooting can be a hoot for beginners or experienced hunters. There are thousands of acres of public land in all directions. Since so much of the entire region is owned by the county or the federal government, staying in this secluded cabin is like having the whole region to yourself. You won’t find many homes or cabins in the area, just lakes, rivers and lots of land to explore.

Fishing Lodge:
Fish from shore, flyfish from the river itself, or have a friend drop you at the bridge on the Peshtigo River Road and float all the way to the cabin, a distance of about 5 miles. Be sure to take a fishing rod. This river is known for fabulous fishing including large brook and brown trout. The depth and speed of the water create wonderful eddies along with calm water on the backside of large rocks, great places to hook a smallmouth.

Weddings, Family Reunions, Events & Meetings:
Whether you’re planning a family reunion, wedding, crafting retreat or business outing, Lazy Brook Cabins is a fabulous private location. Stay at the cabin and book one of the large log pavilions at Goodman Park (capacity 256 and 178), just 6 miles down the road. Goodman Park Lodge is an enclosed day use shelter with a capacity of 232 and available seating for 96. It has 110V, 3-prong double electric outlets. The lodge rents for $100.00 per day by reservations only.

ATV & Snowmobile Riding:
The maze of hundreds of miles of forestry roads that serve the area is known for ATV and snowmobile fun that keep people coming back year after year. Our log cabin makes a comfy home basis for all your trail riding.

Meet the Owners:
Your hosts, Dan and Cathy Thorsen, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with the purchase of this beautiful property. Dan grew up spending his summers on the family farm with his cousin and then moved to the farm full time after high school. The farm was in Cathy’s home town and a mutual friend introduced them, and the rest was history. They married, raised three children, have four grandchildren, four doodle dogs (Millie the Aussiedoodle, Bergen, Hazel, and Gus the Bernedoodles and puppies as they come (, and currently live in a converted schoolhouse near Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Dan hauls milk and Cathy is a professor at UW-Eau Claire.