Cabins at Quimby Country
Quimby Country is a rare, surviving example of an early 20th century sportsman’s camp. Its Lodge and many of its cabins are more than 100 years old; the newest ones are at least 80. While the cabins interiors still look as they did in the 1930s, modern amenities such as hot and cold running water, electricity, and full baths have been added over the years. Some cabins even have full kitchens. All have at least a small refrigerator, a working wood stove and, of course, porches with rocking chairs overlooking Forest Lake. Cabin pictures were painted by Vermont Artist Peter Huntoon.
Hare’s Ear Cabin
The cabin features a sitting area, a porch, and a King-sized bed.
Hares Ear Cabin sleeps 1- 2.