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Cabin Rentals in Minnesota, Land of 10,000 Lakes
Minnesota is the perfect mix of metropolitan hustle and bustle and the tranquillity of the great outdoors. There's something for everyone. Find a cabin rental in the woods where the night brings with it a blanket of stars or a vacation home in the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. With many types of accommodation to choose from, there is no doubt that you'll find exactly what you're looking for.
Book a welcoming vacation home for as little as $67 per night by searching through the 17,409 properties available in Minnesota. The website HomeToGo instantaneously sorts all of these vacation rentals so you can save up to 34%!
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Popular Rental Amenities in Minnesota
Choose a filter above to look for an accommodation meeting your requirements among all of the rentals in Minnesota. Many vacation rentals in Minnesota offer "Internet" or "TV," which makes it a fantastic vacation spot if you can't imagine a vacation without internet or you want to tune out with some TV time. Plan your vacation in advance if you love sweating the stress away in saunas or you enjoy soaking in the hot tub. There are just 1,157 listed accommodations with "Sauna" and 1,323 rentals providing "Hot tub."
Waterfront Vacation Rentals in Minnesota
Looking to book a vacation rental by the water?
Rent waterfront cabins, houses, and more in Minnesota and get excited for a stay filled with hours of waterside sunshine, fun, and relaxation. Enjoy peaceful morning walks along the shore and colorful sunsets in the evening from a waterfront vacation rental to make your Minnesota trip even more special. From pet-friendly homes by the beach to waterfront cabins with jacuzzis, the ideal accommodation in Minnesota is waiting - find it today via HomeToGo.
Price and Availability Index in Minnesota
Vacation Rental Price Information in Minnesota
The graph shows average prices of rentals in Minnesota for the next twelve months. in Minnesota, prices can go up to $518 (6/17 - 6/24). Opt for a getaway in July (7/2 - 7/9) for optimal savings when heading to Minnesota.
Rental Availability Information in Minnesota
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Minnesotafor the next twelve months. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of July (7/2 - 7/9), as 68% of the rentals are booked. The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in September (9/17 - 9/24).
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Accommodations for your vacation in Minnesota
In Minnesota, house rentals are the most typical accommodation type. Additionally, These properties have an average size of 2,310 ft² as well as cost, on average, $545 per night. Moreover, the majority of house rentals in Minnesota can host 9 people, which makes it a wonderful vacation destination for large groups. Apartment rentals are the second most frequent accommodation type in Minnesota. These accommodations cost $314 per night on average and have an average size of 1,180 ft².
What is the weather like in Minnesota?
What Weather Can You Expect on Your Minnesota Vacation?
With its continental climate, extreme temperatures are characteristic of the state. If you're lucky you may be witness to some of Minnesota's thunderstorms. Do pay attention to weather updates as weather conditions can change very quickly.
Temperatures also dip well below freezing winter and native Minnesotans are taught from a young age to respect the winter climate. Visitors traveling outside metropolitan areas should pack sufficient warm winter gear and keep from venturing out when the snow is heaviest.
What are the best activities for families in Minnesota?
The 5 Best Activities for Families in Minnesota
1. The Minnesota Children’s Museum
The Minnesota Children’s Museum in Saint Paul provides a stimulating environment for kids, with its numerous interactive exhibits. The museum also has a rooftop park and a display of the state's various ecosystems. Visit FlyOver America at the Mall of America, where your family will enjoy simulated flight rides taking you over the nation's picturesque landscapes and landmarks.
2. Summerland Family Park
Summerland Family Park in Sauk Rapids is all about fun, with bumper boat rides and huge water slides. There's even a mini golf area, go-karting, and a moonwalk arena. Eagan's Cascade Bay Water Park is another spot for family-friendly enjoyment. The slides, bubblers, and the lazy river will provide endless smiles.
3. Como Park Zoo and Conservatory
Saint Paul's Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is a prime destination for nature lovers. Experience South and Central America’s rainforests in the simulated environment here, and walk amidst numerous plant species that play important roles in our lives. There's also a collection of animals including giraffes, and several athletic fields.
4. Bde Maka Ska Park
Bde Maka Ska Park in Minneapolis is a multipurpose facility on the banks of Lake Calhoun, or Bde Maka Ska. It includes trails, soccer and softball fields, and canoe and kayak rentals. The beautifully landscaped spots next to the adjoining Chain of Lakes are ideal for enjoying leisurely picnics.
5. The Legacy of the Lakes Museum
The Legacy of the Lakes Museum in Alexandria showcases a lineup of vintage boats. You'll learn about the fascinating history and traditions of the lake country, as well as the heritage resorts serving them. The museum hosts kids' crafts programs, and live music in the summer.
Where are the unique attractions in Minnesota?
Attractions and Activities Near Your Minnesota Cabin
Minnesota's center of commerce, Minneapolis, looks like a sleepy city on the surface, but there is actually plenty get stuck into. The Guthrie Theater overlooks the Mississippi River and serves as a center of performance art as well as a public space with restaurants and cafés. Head up the escalator to the 178ft Endless Bridge for the best view of the city.
Walk, drive, bike, paddle or even swim around Minneapolis' Chain of Lakes which can be found throughout the heart of the city. Some lakes like Cedar Lake, Lake Calhoun and Lake Nokomis have public beach fronts which are perfect for outdoor activities like picnicking, volleyball, kayaking and windsurfing.
If you’re looking to be even closer to nature, Minnesota has nearly 5,000 campsites scattered around the state. Make a reservation and you can pitch a tent for a night or two. Better yet, find your perfect vacation home-away-from-home in the heart of the woods.
What are the best events and festivals in Minnesota?
Top Minnesota Events to Enjoy on Your Vacation
It's always a great time to book a cabin in Minnesota, which hosts a variety of events all year round. The largest and best event is perhaps the annual State Fair, which is held between St. Paul and Minneapolis. It runs for 12 days from late August to early September. A variety of attractions, entertainment and competitions are featured. Not to be forgotten are the snacks and food, which often comes on a stick.
The St. Paul Winter Carnival is held in January every year. Events include snow and ice sculpting as well as a medallion hunt where 12 clues are printed in the local newspaper over 12 days and participants race to the place they think the clues are pointing to. There is even a Royal Coronation where the King Boreas is crowned and the queen and princesses are selected through a pageant-style coronation.