Cabin O Pines has been family owned and operated for more than a century. We pride ourselves in delivering quality service, and comfortable accommodations to all of our returning guests, as well as those staying for the first time. While staying at Cabin O Pines we strive to offer you the same dedicated service that has long become a family tradition here.
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Thomas on a a log boat landing he constructed at our present beach location.
Cutting X-Mas trees. 1928
From right to left, original homestead cabin, 1917 addition, milk house and wellhouse. 1929
Looking east the big rock by the horseshow pits is to the right. The garage is where cabin #3, Twin Pines, was built
Nice mess of fish! Big rock to the right. Blacksmith shop on the left was next to the big pine tree
Mike and Helia in the milkhouse. Cabin #9, Hilltop, can be seen in the background to the far right over the root cellar before being moved to the hilltop.
The Trading Post in it's original location where cabin #1, My Northern Home is now.
Hilltop,shortly after being moved to its present location
The first resort sign
Early Main dock, new wooden boats.
Boat on beach with a couple of limits
Putting up ice for summer refridgeration and keeping fish
Moving ice into the icehouse
Cabin #1 My Northern Home, before the addition
Cabin #3 Twin Pines, shortly after being built.
Cabin #7 Honeymoon, was moved to the Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary in 2007
A bit over the limit
Delores, Helia, Mike and Leroy
Main dock, motor shed still in use.
Nice wooden boats. Cute dock help!
Boathouse, Icehouse to the right. Neither no longer exist. The beachsite campsite is now where the boathouse was.
1963 Winter Scene. #5's post dock replaced by a floating dock in the 80's. #4 Norway Pine, & #3 Twin Pines in the background.
1961 Winter scene. Old homestead. Splitrock in the background. Homestead no longer exists. LeRoy replaced it with a large splitlevel lodge in 1966.
New home, now Splitrock rental.
New aluminum boats. Big 3hp & 5hp!!