Take A Retreat To This Fairy Tale A-Frame Cabin In The Oregon Woods

by | Apr 23, 2021 | News

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If you'd like to get out and enjoy nature without having to buy or borrow camping equipment, this A-frame cabin in Cave Junction Oregon is the perfect spot. This cabin was designed with outdoor living in mind, and with comfortable beds and an on-site sauna, glamping never looked so good.

The Perfect Nature Retreat In Cave Junction Oregon

Sitting on 100 wooded acres, this A-frame cabin is close to the Illinois River and The Oregon Caves, so it's a great home base for adventure, or to just relax for a few days.

A pretty and tiny A frame cabin in the woods

Photo via this cabin's glamping hub listing.

The cabin comes with two single beds, as well as linens and bedding.

Outdoor showers

Photo via this cabin's glamping hub listing.

There's an outdoor shower house and composting toilet for guests to use.

A sauna outdoors

Photo via this cabin's glamping hub listing.

There's also a gorgeous sauna to work up a sweat before taking a dip in one of the nearby swimming holes.

An outdoor sauna

Photo via this cabin's glamping hub listing.

For those looking to forest bathe, there are easy on-site nature trails. Hikers looking for a challenge will want to check out the 4.9 mile Babyfoot Lake Rim Trail to Kalmiopsis Rim Trail, or the 1.7 mile Bolan Lake Trail.

A woman and child walking in the woods

Photo via this cabin's glamping hub listing.

Get more information on this gorgeous A-frame cabin and book your stay here.

A pretty and tiny A frame cabin in the woods

Photo via this cabin's glamping hub listing.

Have you ever stayed in this cabin in Cave Junction Oregon before? What's your favorite thing to do in Cave Junction? Let us know in a comment and tag the friends and family you want to go on a weekend getaway with!


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Written By Jessica Tomlinson

Jessica Tomlinson is a native Oregonian currently living in Southern Oregon. She has been blogging since 2006. She loves nature, photography, hiking, camping, and exploring Oregon's wilds.

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