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 are the founders of Wellness:te, Christophe Marin and Karen Gerlach 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.


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Rates based on two guests.  $20 each add'l guest over 5yo.

Got questions?  Give us a buzz: 315.834.4249

Take a break from the hustle and bustle in your private little cabin...