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The Mental and Physical Benefits of Nature

Experiencing nature clears your mind and de-stresses your body. The wilderness is a magical place that leaves you feeling euphoric. There’s so much to discover outdoors that it really puts the mind’s imagination to work.

Recent research has shown that being in a natural setting can boost cognitive ability. According to an article in website, “Taking a stroll through a natural setting can boost performance on tasks calling for sustained focus. Taking in the sights and sounds of nature appears to be especially beneficial for our minds.”

In an article found on website, director of OPENspace Research Centre at the University of Edinburg, Scotland, Catharine Ward Thompson states that, “When it comes to alleviating stress, there’s just something about being in our natural element that’s hard to beat” and she also claims that, “Wide open spaces mean more opportunities to boost your health.”

At our cabin rentals, the landscape around you is 100% natural. To the sides are beautiful trees that create a gorgeous shelter and before you is a mystical body of water fit for swimming and having fun. Without the hustle and bustle of busy life, you can sit back and relax.

For the upcoming season of winter, we welcome you to take a hike through the landscape and see the wonderful wildlife that appears in the colder months. Alternatively, you can cozy up to a warm roasting fire with loved ones while sipping hot chocolate.

And as the snow melts and flowers re-appear, there will be even more for you to do. There’s a complementary rowboat and dock plus picnic area. You won’t need much for entertainment because the outdoors provides it all for you.

The outdoors provides year-round fun and enjoyment and we really hope you come visit us and see for yourself. Bring yourself, your significant other or the whole family! We are booking reservations for winter 2013 and fall 2014.