Fox Run Cabin
This original country cabin was built many years ago by Francis Rund, and his family undoubtedly enjoyed the time they spent in Bean Blossom.
Now, however, Fox Run Cabin is offered as a place for Brown County visitors to stay as they explore the countless options available for entertainment and relaxation.
The cabin features a large living/dining/
area, with a wonderful
crafted of local fieldstone.
Imagine how much fun the kids will have as they climb an honest-to-goodness old-fashioned ladder to get to the
located in the loft…
probably not something they do everyday, right?
At the opposite end of the main living area, you’ll find a second loft,
but this one is a really cute
which is a little more easily accessed via the staircase leading up to it. On the main floor,
but beneath the library, is a second cozy bed…providing yet another sleeping spot for another person or two.
gives everybody a chance to clean up after a day of adventuring in Brown County.
and adjoining bathroom are separated from the main living area, and offer a bit of privacy from the rest of the gang when bedtime rolls around.
Of course, any self-respecting cabin has a front porch with some chairs for swapping stories, and Fox Run Cabin is no exception.
Be sure to get in some down-time dialogue with the other members of your posse…why, you might even decide to take up whittlin’ or something.
Fox Run Cabin is ideally situated for attending the bluegrass music festivals held June through September in Bean Blossom at the
Bill Monroe Memorial Music Park (consult their website for scheduled events).
You’re within an easy walk of all the performances and jam sessions that take place there.
Widely known as the “Father of Bluegrass Music”, Bill Monroe began what has become a tradition of more than fifty years.
Pickers, fiddlers, singers, and even the ordinary toe-tappers have come together for decades to play and listen as banjos, guitars,
fiddles, mandolins, and other instruments have filled the air with tunes old and new.
Who doesn’t love the warmth radiating from the
on a cool night?
Kids remember the little things from family vacations…their first fish at the end of the pole;
the scavenger hunt for leaves, dead bugs, and fossils found during the nature hike in Brown County State Park;
and the perfect S’mores you all made together as firelight cast its glow on their young faces.
These are the simple and true activities that help bring us back to what really matters…appreciating our environment and the ties of family and friendship.
Take some time to treasure what is yours, and book a stay at a Brown County cabin or cottage right away.
You’ll be glad you did.