We are all hard workers and love our leisure time. The pursuit of leisure to us can include many activities such as sporting events and traveling. For vacation travel, there are many choices which includes travelling overseas or just a nice quiet retreat in a cabin with a fishing lake nearby. Not too long ago, cabin rentals were a common form of lodging. A family would pack up for a week, drive 100 miles or so, and spend a week living in a cabin while enjoying outdoor pursuits such as horseback riding, swimming, fishing, and hiking. Although there are more choices as to how we choose to vacation, vacationing in a cabin is still a good choice for a quiet peaceful time.
One very popular mode of travel is hitting the road. You can load your family into a car with your sporting gear, drive to vitually any state, and settle into a cabin rental. Cabins can be found in virtually any state and can sometimes even be found at cheaper rates than a standard hotel room.
One destination where you are likely to find cabins for rent is in the state of Indiana. Out of the 50 states, why focus on Indiana? For one thing, its motto is "The Crossroads of America." It is a state in the middle of large urban centers, agricultural land with small towns spread throughout, and rural areas with swimming, fishing, and hiking opportunities.
So why would anyone choose to stay in a cabin in Indiana? Although the price may be more economical than paying for several hotel rooms to accomodate a family, cabins are no longer old, drafty, and dimly lit as they're been perceived. Take cabins near Lake Solitude for example. There, you can rent an entire cabin for roughly the same price as a nice, standard hotel suite anywhere else. The difference is the privacy you can only get in a stand alone rental property that you won't find in a hotel. Additionally, most cabins nowadays feature beautifully appointed furniture, separate sleeping quarters, kitchen, and satellite TV. When booking in advance, the typical cabin rental price ranges form around one hundred dollars on up to several thousand dollars, depending on the cabin's size, amenities and location. Even for a family of four, the total price is typically cheaper than a suite at a hotel. This is a great deal for a vacation in a great state!