Namekagon Park Model Cabins

Justin Magnuson invited me to check out their park model cabins and I thought you might enjoy them too.

As campground owners in Hayward Wi. we are always looking to bring in new campers to our resort. For 4 years we were strictly RV’s, 5th wheels and tent camping. After doing extensive research we decide to start up Namekagon Cabin’s.

More and more campgrounds and resorts are moving to park models for seasonal sites and rentals.

Namekagon Cabin’s are built to RPTIA standards and we are in the process of becoming a RPTIA Park Model manufacturer. We have built and sold 2 cabins with both being used as seasonal sites at Camp Namekagon. We have had great response on both cabins and have had many others interested in purchasing one of our cabins.

Namekagon Cabin’s are starting at the low cost of $32,000.00 and can be customized to each buyer’s wants and needs. The cabins are stick built construction. 4” walls, 8”floor (for added insulation) and engineered roof trusses. Exterior is 2×8 pine half log siding with a sikkens natural oak stain. Interior consists of ¾” pine car sidings and 5/8” drywall. This particular model is 384 sq. ft. that includes a wrap around deck. We are currently working on a few more designs. For more information please contact us at: campnamekagon@centurytel.net.

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Davidrc - July 8, 2010 Reply

Thank You. These are very nice little houses.

Hope Henry - July 8, 2010 Reply

Your houses are so much more attractive than mobile homes, and, with your excellent pricing, you should do well in your endeavor. It is refreshing to see affordable, quality workmanship. I wish you well…

Tiny House Talk - July 9, 2010 Reply

Great looking cabins and I agree with Henry on the pricing. Hey, you guys could use your own website!

Joe3 - July 9, 2010 Reply

Very nice indeed, they present well. I am curious what you are using for ceiling/roof insulation? Looks like sissors truss’, and vapor barrier? Thanks, Joe

Lifesbox.com - custom modular homes - August 10, 2010 Reply

Very nice tiny cabin, the solution could be customized for eco-friendly accommodation project such as hostel, boutique hotel, seasonal private home, or small coffee shop. Wow! many choices.

Thanks for sharing this useful inspiration to everyone is looking to buy new modular home.

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Nilda - July 25, 2012 Reply

My fiance and I are looking to buy an affordable log cabin for vacation/retirement somewhere in the Tennessee mountains. This looks like a realistic solution for us! Great price! You do need your own website! Thanks!

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