Big Buck Vacation Cabin
Tucked away on a pretty country lane sits the
called Big Buck…
a place where the nature lover will find numerous
things to do.
just outside the front door is stocked with blue gill, bass, and catfish for the fisherman who brings along their favorite pole.
Access to Lake Monroe, as well as Yellowwood State Forest are also close-by.
Located halfway between Bloomington and Nashville, Big Buck is well situated for folks who want to attend
sporting events at Indiana University,
as well as hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking in Brown County State Park.
Big Buck cabin comfortably sleeps 4 people within its two
and the comfy lodge-pole pine
all decked out in cozy colorful quilts. There is one full
The living room,
dining area, and
share a common space, which makes it nice when cooking and visiting with your companions.
Here is where you’ll gather to socialize, watch TV, or cuddle up in front of the cute little woodstove with gas logs a-blazin’.
The cabin also provides DSL service, a DVD player and an X-Box game system with numerous games for your enjoyment.
The whitetail deer theme is evident throughout the interior of the cabin…an appropriate look for nature enthusiasts.
This cabin has an outdoor hottub and an outdoor
A nice wide porch outfitted with
is an inviting spot to look out over the countryside,
and the many blooming flowers and shrubs you’ll find throughout the property.
If you’d like to tour some beautiful flower gardens, and the art gallery of early Brown County artist, the late T. C. Steele,
you are just 1.5 miles from his former property. The T. C. Steele State Historic Site is so close to Big Buck cabin, you really should drive
(or hike) over there and have a look around.
T. C.’s wife, Selma, created beautiful wildflower gardens at “The House of The Singing Winds” which are lovingly maintained today by local volunteers;
this property is a treasure not to be missed.
Pick up the phone or click the reservations button now to book your preferred dates for a relaxing stay at this quaint cabin in the hills of southwestern Brown County.