Rustic luxury in artisan hand crafted Scandinavian scribed log cabins or deluxe suites with whirlpool and fireplaces. 200 acres: 50 organic farming and 150 restoration Oak Savannah, woodland forest. Pet-friendly, no weight limit/deposit, easy-to-clean hardwood floors everywhere, pets can stay anywhere. 2 disc golf courses, 10 mi hiking and trail running. Groomed ski/snowshoe trails, 2 snow tubing hills. Horseback riding, canoeing and Amish shopping nearby. Near Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail. Rustic tent camping with warm showers. Breakfast served 7:30-10. Special diets accommodated.
Glamping (glamour camping) in a 1000 square foot Scandinavian scribed artisan log home from Aspen logs. The cabin has a wonderful feel with private balcony and porch looking north to open field and woods, lots of privacy. King and queen log beds and mission-style bunks. Two bathrooms, large whirlpool tub for two, gas fired stone fireplace. Full kitchen with stove top and oven, 20 cubic foot refrigerator and freezer. Pet friendly with cedar and hickory floors, no deposit/weight limit. Breakfast served 7:30 - 10 or sleep in and make your own in your full kitchen.
Glamour camping (glamping) in 250 sq. ft. Scandinavian scribed artisan log cabin built in 1988 with log rocking chairs on the covered porch looking west with llamas Dusty and Rusty in their paddock nearby. Whirlpool in loft accessed by a ladder. Bathroom with shower, toilet and vanity on first floor. Anniversary, honeymoon, engagement couples, etc. love the coziness of this tiny cabin. Full breakfast served 7:30-10. Pet friendly with oak floor.
Glamour camping in this 16 x 24 ft. cabin works well for couples, families with young children and groups. Private deck with patio furniture, kitchentte, fireplace, whirlpool tub for 2. Full bath with shower. Located on 200 acres with 2 disc golf courses, trails, organic grasses, 2 llamas. Pet friendly with Douglas fir floor. Breakfast served 7:30-10 or request a basket the night before so you can sleep in really late.
Peacock Alley linens dress the king bed in a 500 square foot space of peace and quiet with Woodbrick surround on gas fireplace, large whirlpool for two, wicker furniture, DirectTV, DVD, VCR, refrigerator, microwave, garden views. Breakfast served 7:30-10. Pet friendly hickory wood floors. Downstairs a large gathering area for guests of Lona's Suite, The Presidential Suite and The Garden Suite includes dining table, chairs, piano and relaxing area with comfy leather couch, ottoman and chairs.
Peacock Alley fine linens dress the queen bed in 400 square foot suite with Bain Ultra bath whirlpool for two, electric fireplace with oak Woodbrick surround, refrigerator, coffeemaker, microwave, full bath with tub/shower. Pet friendly with hickory wood floors. Breakfast served 7:30-10. Downstairs a large gathering area for guests of Lona's Suite, The Presidential Suite and The Garden Suite includes dining table, chairs, piano and relaxing area with comfy leather couch, ottoman and chairs.
First floor suite includes the east facing three season porch. Select Comfort grand king size bed (8 ft. x 80 inches), DirecTV/DVD player, full bath with double sink vanity and tub/shower. Breakfast may be delivered and served in your room or porch 7:30-10. Pet friendly with maple wood floor.
4.2 on June 18, 2014
Great hospitality by the hosts and their daughter! The wedding we had there was beautiful! Would go back again.
Thank you for your kind words! Don, Dawn and I are honored to be the host site for your family's wedding!
5 on March 17, 2014
Sami, Maggie & I would just like to say we had the perfect weekend away together at your place. Staying in the Little House Cabin was cozy & quaint. What a wonderful sight to wake up to each morning, just outside our doorstep. We enjoyed your breakfast each day! The tasty meals got us started on the right foot for activity-filled days. Maggie just loved the openness of the property and the opportunity to run all over. We made it to The Rock somehow, and agreed that was worth the hike to get there. What a site! You certainly have a little slice of heaven near Sparta, and we were glad you let us share it with you for a weekend. Thanks again!
Don and I are so happy that you had a great time here at Justin Trails Resort. We look forward to your return visits.
5 on April 17, 2013
I just wanted to write you a quick note to let you know how much we loved our stay at your gorgeous farm. We had the best time. The kiddos loved your sweet animals. It is so cute to hear Bella tell her friends about Sox taking Vincents muffin! :) They loved the tubing, the wonderful walk and didnt even mind working! We devoured your delicious Granola. Thanks again for your warm hospitality. We look forward to hopefully seeing you this summer sometime!
5 on April 15, 2013
Just wanted to let you know that we all had a wonderful time at Justin Trails. You have a beautiful property and the Paul Bunyon Cabin was cozy and comfortable. We sat outside after dinner and enjoyed watching the bats and fireflies. We could tell that the breakfast was filled with love. We really enjoyed your homemade goodies. I'm glad I snagged a bag of granola for home. It will bring back great memories of our trip there. The bacon was grilled to perfection. Everyone commented on how crunchy it was. Awesome! We will be back next year. Thank you for making our stay so pleasant. It was very nice meeting you.
Your positive comments are so valuable to help an innkeeper continue to give great service!
5 on April 11, 2013
Donna and Don, I just wanted to take a moment to thank you folks for your hospitality and the good time we had on our visit to Justin Trail Resorts a few weeks ago. We were so delighted to get that “end of the winter season” vacation in, with snow, and with our friends, before they had to return to Mexico. Thanks, Donna, for the personal cross-country ski lessons for Guadalupe. That helped her gain some confidence in being able to do something on skis, since she has had little luck trying to learn downhill. We hope to visit you again someday, whether it be summer or winter, in the near future. We loved everything about the Resort! I just recently finished the last of your tasty granola! Yummy!!! Best of health to both of you and your family, including all your companion creatures. We’ll see you again sometime. Take care!! Jim & Guadalupe (Aura and Jorge share our sentiments, as well!)
I have an adult life long joy in cross-country skiing and absolutely love to teach anyone willing to try to learn this fun sport. Thank you for the kind words!
4.6 on January 27, 2013
We loved this place and plan to return. We both work at a B&B and because of this are pretty picky. We were very impressed. It's a great location with sleding,sking,snowshoeing in the winter and great bicycling in the summer. It's a short jaunt into LaCrosse to visit relatives although we really didn't want to leave. The breakfast was exceptional, loved the animals and the owners.. Donna even ran out to our car with some muffins for my Mother we were visiting in an Assisted Living facility (she loved them) The set-up is great for families and small groups. We plan on bringing friends back where we can visit in a sitting room/dining room area yet each have our own private suite to retire to. Highly recommend!!
Your kind words are music to my ears! I look forward to visiting your inn soon.
organic farm and garden, Countryside
La Crosse, WI (WSE-La Crosse County) 30 miles
From I-90: Sparta Exit 25, Right onto Hwy 27, South 4 miles to County Road J, Right onto J, drive 1.5 miles west to Kathryn Ave. You'll see our big red barn with Justin Trails in white letters.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Deke Slayton Memorial Space & Bicycle Museum, Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail, Kickapoo River, The Waterfront Restaurant in La Crosse, WI, Traditions in Onalaska, Angellini's Ristorante & Pizzeria, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Vineyard, Winery
Cottage, Country Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Farm, Other, Private Home Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, In-room internet, Desk, Internet Service, Library, Piano, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , Two 18-hole disc golf courses, 3 acres of organic gardens, 10 miles of grassy mowed hiking trails, Groomed Nordic ski and snowshoe trails, 56 identified bird species, 200 acres of meadows and steep hills
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Two 18-hole Disc Golf courses, snowtubing, Amish community nearby, Star gazing, Star gazing, Star gazing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails
Don andDonna Justin
1 Cat , 2 Dogs , Dusty and Rusty, llamas Others
Restoring old buildings to new uses, restoring land to native prairie and oak savanna and woodlands. Participating in permaculture, pesticide/herbacide free, 3 acres organic gardens, 50 acres certified organic farming.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , dairy free, gluten free
Mandarin Orange Chocolate Chip Muffins
Breakfast menu: fresh fruit, Justin Trails Resort granola and yogurt, Donna's muffins, choice of pancakes, French toast or organic scrambled eggs, choice of orange, cranberry or apple juice, choice of coffee, tea, hot chocolate or hot cider. Bacon is frequently an option. Our signature muffins are mandarin orange with chocolate chips. Mandarin oranges give these muffins a light taste and the chocolate makes them delectible. Granola is highly regarded by Justin Trails Resort guests. Many call and order it shipped to their home.