“Perfect spot from which to explore the White Mountains”
This region is packed during peak foliage season so it was great to find a place just minutes off the “Kanc” that offered serenity. The cabins are exactly as advertised: wilderness cabins. No phone service, no wi-fi. The lights are propane and the kitchen is stocked with all the equipment you need to fix simple meals. Everything was clean, simple and tidy. The beds are comfortable and we slept great.

Chris, the owner, is accommodating and caring. Though the electric power is limited to two hours a day, he’s happy to fire up the generator if you need more. We didn’t – the propane was enough to keep us fed, warm and light our cabin.

“What a hidden gem!”

My daughter and I were on our annual mother/daughter road trip through New Hampshire when we spied the sign for the cabins. We had our two dogs with us. The owner was so accommodating, making sure we had everything we needed. I have never seen so many stars in the sky EVER. I would love to go back in warmer weather and just sit outside until the wee hours.

Room Tip: We stayed in “Spruce” cabin – it was so cozy and we just loved it. The porch was wonderful…


“Wonderful, rustic experience!”

Four days of nature, relaxation and tech-free. Great location in the White Mountain Forest. Could not think of a better location as a home base for fantastic day hiking. Cabin was exactly what we were looking for. Simple and back to nature ….a little slice of heaven. Never before have we seen such beautiful night skies. No phone service and power generated twice a day…but it only added to the charm. Chris was a terrific host and a real pleasure to talk with. If you desire five star luxury, then this type of lodging will not be for you. But if you want to relax, get away and ” check out of life” for a bit….I highly recommend the Wilderness Cabins experience!