Amador Hill Haven

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Amador Hill Haven provides secluded beauty in the woods atop Amador Hill while also providing easy connections with nearby local amenities and outdoor activities. Guests at Amador Hill Haven will have optional opportunities to select from events, classes, tours, and gatherings offered for a fee at the nearby Women's Environmental Institute, enjoy events and trails in the nearby Wild River State Park, or visit the Wild River Water Park in St Croix Falls, and many other local sites of interest.

Amador Hill Haven is an extremely private getaway cabin on top of Amador Hill, nestled deep in the woods with a view from the deck of the St. Croix River in Wisconsin.  The Haven is about an hour’s drive from the Twin Cities and 25 minutes from North Branch or St. Croix Falls and it is a place where you can find the rest and peace you are looking for. Atop Amador Hill, enjoy a long view of the St. Croix River Valley from the cabin's veranda often gifting a spectacular sunset at the end of the day. Animal life abounds in the woods which you can spot while hiking through our trails or perching high up on the cabin's veranda. Guests can buy a local organic farm-fresh breakfast box to prepare a delicious and healthy morning feast. You can also enjoy numerous local opportunities in nearby small town rural America--with antique and mercantile shops, parades, roadside restaurants, wineries, pottery tours, farmers markets, apple festivals, and coffee shops. There are also numerous nearby opportunities for jogging, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, river canoeing, downhill skiing, water sliding for the family, kayaking, picnicking or a joyful walk in nearby Wild River State Park, or a visit Instate Park along the beautiful St. Croix River at Taylors Falls. If you're looking for a slower more relaxing time, we have a wide selection of educational DVDs, books of interest, and TV options.


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