This is one of our guest homes, which means the home is complete like your home. Everything is furnished except the food. Pots, pans, spices, dishes, glasses, sheets, towels, blankets, shampoo, books, field guides are all there. Our intent is that you bring some food and enjoy the the country and the outdoors in particular.Flowers around home
On the farm, you can find the cow herd and check on mamas and babies. Check out the corn crop and the alfaflfa fields. Take a hike through the woods. You'll see trees of course, but if you're quiet and observant, you will also find birds , butterflies, small animals, deer, forest plants; turn an old log over and find a whole comunity of activity. climb to the lookouts and have some breath taking views of the lower chippewa river valley.
The Chippewa River is just across the road. Morsbach's SHOO-FLY Landing at Ella, a boat and canoe launch area, is 1/4 mile north of the residence and is used for canoe trips, boating, wading and fishing. The nine mile float from Shoo-Fly landing to the hwy 35 landing is a slow relaxing trip through an untouched natural forest. An afternoon adventure that's hard to duplicate and easy to enjoy.
Slightly south of the south vacation home is a beautiful private sandbar in the Chippewa River we use for sunning, fishing, swimming, picnicing and fun. The pool at the right is a spring feed swimming hole, decidedly cooler than the Chippewa River water. A relaxing vacation spot to kick back for a lazy afternoon of finding scats and tracks and soaking up the sun.
The property is within an easy drive to local places, towns, lakes, parks and trails, and is within a 90-minute ride to the Minneapolis and St. Paul area.
IT RENTS FOR $650 A WEEK OR $300 FOR A WEEKEND PLUS A $45 CLEANING FEE.
The home is at Ella Wisconsin, a small stop on County Highway N between Durand and Pepin.
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Call “Pat” for rental info and 2014 Discounts 715-285-5182 .
My neighbor accross the Chippewa River and south and east to the Mississippi River is the Tiffany Wildlife Area which is 13,500 acres of an absolutely natural forest with some walking trails