The Cabins Are Fabulous
Got last minute cabin and it was perfect. When we wanted to stay another night they just moved our stuff to another available cabin. The people were so friendly and helpful, Grounds and location are beautiful and close to GSM park. Breakfast was great. Fireplace and jacuzzi and littlekitchen made it even better.
- Trip type: Traveled as a couple
My wife and I really enjoyed our stay at Buckhorn Inn! We stayed in the Tower room and loved every minute of it! It is a very unique room! If you want a change from normal room layouts, I suggest this room. Three levels make up the Tower room the Entry/Sitting Area, the Bathroom, and the Bedroom. Understand that you must be able to climb stairs with no problems, as you will be doing it frequently! Oh, and remember to close your window blinds to avoid showing it all to the world! Anyway, what a great atmosphere to help calm your nerves and to relax! Plenty of places to be alone on the grounds. Nice walking trail and labyrinth to help you gather your thoughts. As for breakfast, wonderfully prepared and tastes even better! No matter what your preferences, there is something for everyone! The wild blueberry pancakes were awesome! Lee and John are great hosts, they care about you and it shows! No complaints about our stay, other than it not being long enough! We plan to return very soon!
Buckhorn On Caribou Lake
Five Hand-crafted Log cabins well spaced along the shore of Minnesotas clearest lake. Located north of Grand Rapids, Minnesota on the newly completed National Scenic Byway 38. The route weaves between hills, lakes, and a diverse forest. The first lake north of the Laurentian divide is crystal clear Caribou lake. The jewel in the crown of Itasca county which is home to 1000 lakes.
This special place is nestled in the woods with fishing, swimming, hiking, right out your door. Relax, play, make memories, and start a tradition. Our 3 beautifully crafted, highly secluded Large Log cabins include Fieldstone fireplaces, well equip kitchens, private sauna, private dock, yard, and deck. Each with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and bunk area. Or for a smaller group stay in our Tiny log Cabin for up to 2 people, or our one bedroom loggers cabin for up to 4 or 5 people.
Located in the Chippewa National Forest, This little gem is the perfect hideaway for your next getaway. Caribou lake is spring-fed and the first lake in the watershed to flow north to the Hudson Bay. With a hard sand bottom and visibility of up to 40 feet it hosts Lake Trout, Bass, Huge Northern Pike, and pan fish. And dont bring bottled water, bring jugs to fill and bring home with you. Its the best water on earth.
Our guests have the availability of quiet walks on our nature trails, mushroom and berry picking, or swimming, canoeing and fishing for trout and bass on the exceptionally clear waters of Caribou Lake.
When Is The Best Time To Stay In A Vacation Rental In Buckhorn
Spring is maple syrup season around Buckhorn and across eastern Ontario, when you can see how the trees are tapped, join in maple festivals, and eat piles of pancakes topped with local syrup. March when theres normally still snow on the ground is generally when the maple festivities take place. In summer and fall, its all about hiking, canoeing, cycling, swimming, and scouting for fresh produce at local farm markets. Leaf-peeping, pumpkin festivals, and the annual Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour are bonuses of a September or October visit. In winter, many of the regions hiking routes become cross-country ski or snowshoe trails, and local outfitters can teach you to ice-fish. Expect snow and freezing temperatures from December through March.
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Curve Lake First Nation
In this First Nations community, about 20 minutes south of Buckhorn via Highways 23 and 22, stop into the Curve Lake First Nation Cultural Centre to learn about the history and present-day culture of this Indigenous nation. Visitors are also welcome at the annual Curve Lake First Nation Powwow, normally held in late September, and at local celebrations for National Indigenous Peoples Day in June.
Kawarthas Northumberland Butter Tart Tour
A signature sweet of this Ontario region is the butter tart, a personal-sized pie filled with an oozing mix of butter, sugar, and eggs. More than 50 bakeries, cafés, and other sweet shops throughout the Kawarthas have organized this Butter Tart Tour, a self-guided drive from tart to tart, with an online map to direct your sampling. Bring plenty of napkins.
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