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From cabins in the woods to a-frames on the beach, national parks and secret getaways, explore some of our favorite cabin home locations.

10 Absolutely Essential Items for Any Camping Trip
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10 Absolutely Essential Items for Any Camping Trip

There are seemingly infinite camping accessories available, so we created a list of items that are absolutely essential for any camping trip so you can be sure you’re comfortable and prepared on your next camping adventure.

This Finnish Prototype Might be the Future of Cabin Resorts
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This Finnish Prototype Might be the Future of Cabin Resorts

Nestled near Finland’s Salamajarvi National Park is a stilted cabin prototype that will soon be a unique 25-cabin resort. Named Niliaitta, the cabin is meant to be a contemporary iteration of traditional cabins used by the Sami people.

Exploring Kenai Fjords National Park
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Exploring Kenai Fjords National Park

Kenai Fjords National Park is an icy Alaskan wonderland full of majestic glaciers, coastal fjords, wildlife, and deep forests, and also hosts one of the largest ice fields in the United States, Harding Icefield.

Exploring Crater Lake National Park
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Exploring Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake formed 7,700 years ago after an eruption triggered the collapse of a volcano, leaving a caldera in its wake. The stunningly blue lake is nearly 2,000 feet deep - the deepest lake in the U.S. and the ninth-deepest in the world.

These Misty Mountainside Cabins Are Unlike Any Other
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These Misty Mountainside Cabins Are Unlike Any Other

Nestled among mountainside trees in China sits a collection of 18 mirrored cabins, aptly dubbed the Mountain and Cloud Cabins. Each cabin functions as its own hotel room, with surrounding amenities like a swimming pool and cafe.

Exploring Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park
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Exploring Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are known for hosting some of the world’s largest giant sequoias, in addition to several 14,000-foot peaks, abundant fast-flowing rivers, and expansive mountain meadows.

This Cabin is a Bibliophile’s Dream Come True
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This Cabin is a Bibliophile’s Dream Come True

Aptly dubbed The Bookworm Cabin, this unique Polish cabin was built as a personal retreat for its bookish owners, who also offer it up for rent - making it the perfect getaway for anyone who could use some more reading and relaxation in their lives.

Check Out Some of the Most Unique Treehouses in the World
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Check Out Some of the Most Unique Treehouses in the World

Treehouses have come a long way from planks haphazardly nailed to a few branches. Many of today’s treehouses are so livable they function as year-round dwellings, retreats, offices, and guest houses, complete with all the comforts and amenities.

Exploring Shenandoah National Park
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Exploring Shenandoah National Park

Located just 75 miles outside of Washington, D.C., Shenandoah National Park offers around 200,000 acres of scenic mountains, meadows, waterfalls, and forests, and is known for some of the most picturesque views in the eastern United States.

Your Guide to Living Off the Grid
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Your Guide to Living Off the Grid

If you’ve ever fantasized about living off the grid, you may have wondered exactly what it would take. These are the basic requirements you’ll need to meet to sustain an off-the-grid lifestyle.

Hiking 101: Essential Tips for Beginners
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Hiking 101: Essential Tips for Beginners

You don’t need fancy backpacking gear and other equipment to start hiking, but there are definitely a few tips and tricks that make any hike more enjoyable, safe, and comfortable, especially for beginners.