Cabin living is closer to nature. Outside your front door are trails for hiking and cross-country skiing. Explore nearby duck ponds. Pick blueberries. Avoid the moose. Photograph nature in all seasons. There's a community garden. Live Green!
About Nature Cabins
Nature Cabins offer clean, private, quiet living for the short-term vacationer (weekly & monthly), and economical long-term leases for local residents (most often University of Alaska Fairbanks students). The solar cabins are completely furnished for short-term summer vacations. For available dates, see my web page at HomeAway.com. Please read our guest reviews.
Just back to basics
Cabin living is rustic but comfortable. It's a simpler lifestyle with heat and electricity, but no running water. "What's this?" you say! No running water?! Residents haul water in five-gallon jugs for cooking, brushing teeth, and hand-washing. For a complete cleanup, you can always visit the local public swimming pool to take a shower or sauna (university students usually go to the university gym). Cabins have clean outhouses or indoor composting toilets.
We hope our bumper sticker tickles your funny bone. It was fun to design. We're proud to introduce the first international symbol for reading in an outhouse! Note copyright and trademark.