The whole property radiated coziness and it felt like the epitome of a northern Wisconsin cabin. And for the next three days, Cabin Fever was my home away from home.
I made my way slowly down the main driveway of White Birch Village, noting each dark brown cabin tucked away in the trees. After pulling up to the main lodge and meeting the managers, John and Sue, they brought us to our cabin called Eagle’s Nest.
Read all about my visit to this historic and whimsical place in southeastern Wisconsin: Camp Wandawega.
Tucked away in the middle of Wisconsin’s Northwoods, sits an 800-acre gem that you need to see to believe. After reading this, Palmquist Farm will be your next Midwestern getaway.
I’ve been eyeing up a few bed and breakfasts in Door County ever since Sean and I took our first trip there earlier this summer.