Aldo Leopold cabin rental at Wellnesste Lodge in New York.
An oasis away from the city.
Most notably known for his 1949 book titled "A Sand County Almanac", Aldo Leopold is considered by many as the father of wildlife management. Aldo Leopold was a conservationist, forester, philosopher, educator, writer, and outdoor enthusiast. Amongst the people he has inspired over the generations is the founder of Wellnesste, Christophe Marin who both majored in Environmental Biology while at Eastern Illinois University.
Named in honor of conservationist & author Aldo Leopold, this cozy one room cabin is ideal for a couple or a family of four. With natural rough cut pine interior (harvested from the property) and built-in queen bunk beds, Leopold’s Cabin makes a great “petite retreat”. After a day of exploring the area, you’ll enjoy this peaceful little cabin as a place to curl up with a good book or magazine and unwind.
Max. Occupancy: 4
This cabin has one queen sized set of bunk beds, and comes equipped with a small fridge, microwave, hot plate, dishes, and a toaster.
Please note: There is a fully equipped detached full bathroom that is shared with guests staying in Thoreau's cabin. Leopold's cabin is a 'semi-rustic cabin' which has electricity & heat, but not running water. Guests are provided water for drinking, dishes, etc.