Stay Overnight in our Camping Cabins

#1 - M.A.S.H. Cabin

Camping, glamping, cabins, Brown County, Explore brown county,

 Sleeps up to 10 people

10 Single Beds

Cold water sink

#2 - Island Cabin

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Sleeps up to 10 people

10 Single Beds

Can be adjoined with cabin #3 (Artist Cabin) to sleep 20

#3 - Artist Cabin

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Sleeps up to 10 people

10 Single Beds

Can be adjoined with cabin #2 (Island Cabin) to sleep 20

#4 - Rock 'N Roll Cabin

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Sleeps up to 9 people

1 Queen Bed

7 Single Beds

#5 - Bike Shack Cabin

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 Sleeps up to 12 people

1 Queen Bed

7 Single Beds

Loft for 3 kids

Cold water sink

#6 - Pioneer Cabin

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 Sleeps up to 8 people

2 Double Beds

4 Single Beds

#7 - All Sports Cabin

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Sleeps up to 8 people

2 Double Beds

4 Single Beds

Cold water sink

#8 - Babbling Brook Cabin

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 Sleeps up to 5 people

4 Single Beds w/trundle bed

#9 - Hillside Cabin

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Sleeps up to 5 people

4 Single Beds w/trundle bed

#10 - Bartels Log Cabin

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Sleeps up to 6 people

1 Queen bed

1 Bunk Bed

Loft for 3 kids

Private commode

Cold water sink

Hammock can be set up outside!

Downloads

Download a printable map of our cabins!

2019 XBC Campground Map (pdf)

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Mountain Bike & Hike for FREE when staying in our cabins!

Each cabin has AC and heat, microwave, hot plate, kitchen table, porch, and small refrigerator. Cabins 1,3,5,7 have cold water sinks. There are no cooking pans, TV's, cable, or radios in any of the cabins. Fire rings and picnic tables are provided outside each cabin. There is a solar assisted central public restroom with shower facilities and plenty of hot water (weather permitting). 


Water in cabins are turned off November 1 - April 1, however the shower house has hot and cold water year-round with floor heat in the winter. 


Wi-Fi is available outside of most cabins, front porches and outside the front porch of Harvest Hall at no charge.


While you stay, feel free to enjoy our camping attractions including: 2 small playgrounds, our slack line (located at the playground behind Site 15, basketball hoop (located behind the Harvest Hall), volleyball net (located across from our cabins), tetherball poles that you can find throughout the property, and our Spider Crawler Ninja Net (located in front of the Paintball Orientation Tent). You can also rent boats and games from our main office!


Read more about our cabin policies by clicking here.


*does not include mountain bike. Snowshoe or Cross Country Ski in winter BYO

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Extend your eXplore Brown County adventure – stay in one of our 10 camping cabins, each with a unique theme. The cabins are grouped together and can accommodate up to 70 guests for a great adventurous group retreat. Unfortunately, pets are not permitted in the cabins or on XBC property. Enjoy our 2 popular mascot dogs Barney and Shadow. 

Game Rentals

Cornhole

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Looking for a fun, chill way to spend the afternoon? Rent a cornhole set from us! We can provide 8 bean bags and 2 boards for your family's entertainment. Deposit is required.

Horseshoes

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If you're looking for a classic yard game rent our horseshoe set. Each set comes with 4 horseshoes and 2 targets. Deposit is required.

Darts

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How good is your aim? Rent a set of darts that you can use for our dartboard that's in the back of the Harvest Hall. Deposit is required.

Ping Pong

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Come test at your skills at table tennis! We have a ping pong table located on the porch of the Harvest Hall. You can rent paddles at the main office. Ping pong balls are not included but are available for purchase at the office.

Try It Tiny

What is Try It Tiny?

"Try It Tiny connects people to give them the opportunity to rent a tiny house or share their land with tiny house enthusiasts nationwide. Become part of a growing community by renting a tiny house or parking your tiny house on hosts’ properties.

Try It Tiny started from our dedication to help tiny house owners in need of a parking solution. Whether it's for a short or long-term stay, we aim to aggregate as many options as possible. It has quickly evolved to also engage tiny house enthusiasts and offer a way to give tiny living a try, before they buy."

 - Try It Tiny Owner, Maggie Daniels


*Tiny Homes are not owned by eXplore Brown County. The links below will take you to a separate website and you will have to follow their rules and regulations as well as ours for staying on our property.

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Tin Min

located on Site 2 on Campground map

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Southern Living

located on Site 1 on Campground map