Three Luxurious Outdoor Escapes
These resorts offer new cottages, cabins and tents in gorgeous natural settings.
© Val Atkinson
Nick’s Cove & Cottages (Marshall, CA)
The News Bay Area restaurateur Pat Kuleto has opened 12 waterfront cottages next to the 1930s seafood roadhouse he restored. Rustic-luxe touches include potbellied stoves and deep copper bathtubs.
Dining Update This summer, Nick’s will offer artisan food tours with stops at local purveyors, like Hog Island Oyster Company. © Robert Akers
Canoe Bay (Chetek, WI)
The News Four new Frank Lloyd Wright–inspired, eco-sensitive cabins were built using local materials like Chilton limestone. Each cabin has a large cedar deck with Adirondack chairs and views of Lake Wahdoon.
Dining Update New executive chef Randy Lewis, an F&W Best New Chef 2001, will be leading foraging trips on the resort’s 280 acres.© Dan Goldberg
The Resort at Paws Up (Greenough, MT)
The News River Camp—with six stylish tents set on the Blackfoot River, each with a private deck and shared personal butler—opens this month. Two are family-size with separate kids’ quarters.