The log cabin is an emblem of trailblazing through the unknown. Since the frontier days, log cabins have evolved from utilitarian and unsophisticated structures to modern marvels of design. Cabinscape offers two contemporary timbered hideaways in the heart of the Ontario backcountry.
Far cries from the lincoln-log chicken coops of yore, Cabinscape’s eco-friendly cabins, called “Auburn” and “Mason,” are cozy and comfortable constructions. Large windows invite the light in, allowing guests to peer out over the same wilderness seen by their pioneer predecessors. The quiet, oft-wintry hills of the Canadian Shield in Eastern Ontario provide serene and peaceful hiking trails to admire the snow covered land. The region, also called the Land O’ Lakes, has many beautiful bodies of water to explore. Guests can venture out in a canoe or kayak, if the water isn’t frozen over. Unlike the hearths built by frontiersmen, modern heating and insulation save you from having to stave off the cold around the fireplace. Relax, and enjoy the warmth of isolation in one of Earth’s most beautiful lands.
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