It can take years to complete your ideal piece of Adirondack hunting land with a solid, comfortable hunting cabin, so why not purchase land with a cabin already on site? Whether you’re looking to get away for a weekend hunting expedition or to escape city-life all together and live off the grid, we offer several parcels of land already equipped with beautifully crafted and newly built Adirondack hunting cabins. Our cabins are in the authentic Adirondack log cabin design and combine the rustic style of log pole porch railings and exposed beams with modern amenities, such as wood stoves and electric wiring. Newly built and of reliable construction, our hunting cabins are the perfect escape from busy city life. But not all hunting cabins are created equal. Here are some important features you should consider when purchasing a hunting cabin:
Location, location, location. An ideal hunting camp is dependent upon location. Whether you’re looking for a lakeside getaway, a hunter’s paradise with a large wildlife clearing, or to be in a wooded area, secluded without a neighbor in sight, there are a variety of locations in the Adirondacks to choose from depending on your likes and interests. All of our Adirondack cabins are situated on the most sought-after land, private, yet close to hiking and snowmobile trails, as well as ski centers and modern conveniences.
One of the perks of owning a cabin in the Adirondacks is waking up to the majestic view of the mountains and wildlife. Just like your location, a view is an important feature to consider when selecting your ideal hunting cabin, and thankfully, the Adirondacks have a variety to choose from: will you choose to look out over a serene lake, the rugged wilderness, or a panorama of famous mountain ranges? Here’s a tip: Make sure your cabin has plenty of windows so you can enjoy the natural beauty of the Adirondacks from the inside.
In addition to adding decorative value and that rustic log pole and railing log cabin look, cabin porches are functional elements to any hunting cabin. These simple additions provide an escape from the rain during outside activities, additional storage, and simply a spot to sit out and enjoy the view while having your morning coffee.
If you’re considering using your hunting cabin year-round, a simple wood stove is a necessity for staying warm and cozy during those chilly Fall/Winter days and evenings. Wood stoves should be placed on a non-flammable surface like ceramic tile or a sheet of metal and at least a foot from the cabin’s walls for safety.
For those not looking to “rough it” too much, consider purchasing a cabin that is wired for electricity (off-grid). This option is perfect for homeowners looking for modern conveniences in rustic-style living, providing a comfortable and contemporary shelter from which to explore the beauty of this vast wilderness region.