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Frequently asked questions

What is the price range for Minnesota cabins?
Look through Travelocity’s cabins in Minnesota and find one that fits with your taste and budget. Prices vary between $161 and $500 a night. Prices reflect current offers and availability is subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Why stay in a Minnesota cabin?
Cabin stays offer peace and quiet at a fantastic price. They’re usually tucked away from noisy roads and offer a rustic, cozy experience for those who want a break from the hustle and bustle. Imagine slowly waking to the sounds of nature, stretching out on a private deck and taking in divine views as you plan your day. Rent a cabin in Minnesota and you’ll soon be asleep under a blanket of stars, surrounded by beautiful wilderness.
Where are great Minnesota cabins?
There are terrific cabin rentals all throughout Minnesota. From rustic cabins with the basics to luxury cabins with high-end perks, there’s a pad to suit your needs. Discover yours at one of these destinations:

  • Minneapolis - St. Paul: Escape into nature and leave the daily grind behind at any of the 45 cabins in and around this city. Fort Snelling State Park and Willow River State Park will keep you entertained in this part of the world.
  • Minneapolis: With 46 getaways to select from here, we’re confident you’ll discover your happy place. Visit Fort Snelling State Park and Willow River State Park when you’re not chilling in your cabin.
  • St. Paul: The 45 cabin retreats around this location blend creature comforts with outdoor adventures. During your escape, make sure you see Fort Snelling State Park and Willow River State Park.

What are some great Minnesota mountain cabins?
The mountains are calling. Whether you admire their views from a distance or go hiking and get a closer look, these mountain cabins in Minnesota put you in the heart of unspoiled wilderness:

Are there any Minnesota cabin rentals with hot tubs?
There’s only one way to really chill out on your next trip, and that involves a hot tub. These Minnesota cabin retreats are just two stays where you can lower yourself into some heavenly bubbles:

  • Cabin - Next - Level Social Distancing – Feel all your worries float away when you jump into the jetted water at this Waubun retreat. Amenities including a sauna and a garden will help make your stay nice and comfy.
  • Wilderness Resort Villas – Also equipped with a hot tub, this Pequot Lakes retreat will make your next getaway extra special. A swimming pool and a firepit are other things you’ll like about this property.

What are some Minnesota cabins with pools?
Book a Minnesota cabin with a pool and add some splashing good fun to your getaway. From luxury cabins with stunning outdoor infinity pools to simple stays with indoor exercise pools, we’ve got an option to suit every budget and style:

  • Cabin - Fall Is Best, Filling Up Fast Let Me Know What U Need — Bring your bikini and board shorts and spend your days relaxing in the water at this Elysian cabin. In addition to a swimming pool, it offers on-site watersports and tennis.
  • Wilderness Resort Villas — Located in Pequot Lakes, you can also have some poolside fun here. A firepit and a fireplace are other amenities that help make this getaway a popular choice with travelers.

What are some great cabins in Minnesota?
Win over your partner in a romantic cabin, live it up with pals in a luxury townhouse or seek adventure with the kids from a rustic lodge. Travelocity has options for all types of travelers. One of these Minnesota cabins could be just what you’re searching for: