Coyote Cabins, Co Rd 1000N, Sullivan, IL 61951, USA
Welcome To Coyote Cabins!
If you are looking for a peaceful place to renew “Mental Energy,” you have found your place at Coyote Cabins Retreat and Farm. Coyote Cabins Retreat and Farm is locally owned and operated by Jackie Cisna.
Our beautiful 22-acre property has an alfalfa farm at the front of the property where our larger cabin (a log home), is a stone’s throw from our 3-acre pond. We also have a smaller cabin that we call the Retreat Cabin. It’s located on the west edge of our property.
Our log cabins are nestled next to the Army Corp of Engineers ground in central Illinois. This provides many opportunities for nature walks and bird watching.
We enjoy working with rescue animals. We have a hobby farm which includes Hammy and Wilbur, our pot-bellied pigs. Cocoa is a chocolate tri-colored Cocker Spaniel. He has the most beautiful lashes and hazel eyes. We also have three pygmy goats that love to eat.
Feel free to putter up to the house in the golf cart, fish (need a license), ride bikes, build a campfire and more.
We are now booking both cabins. We book all year round. In addition, we rent the property for reunions, church retreats, weddings, group outings and music concerts/festivals.
Sleeps up to 14
-Coffee Maker -CD Player -Dishwasher -Oven -T.V./satellite -Toaster -Refrigerator -Gas Grill -Microwave -Stove
-Washer/Dryer -Air Conditioning -Fireplace -Full Kitchen -Bikes -Linens Provided -Porch 2 Queen Size Beds
-1 Full Size Bed -2 Twin Size Beds
My experience with Coyote Cabins
Note* These opinions are mine and not influenced by the owners
I was greeted by Jeff and Jackie (owners) with a tour of their beautiful property. We began by walking around a large pond that is stocked full of bluegill, red ear, bass, and crappie. Jeff told me he keeps plenty of fishing poles around incase guests would like to stay close to cabins and catch some fish. Next place we visited was their larger cabin of the two they currently offer. All I can say is WOW! When I walked in the first thing I noticed was the beautiful cathedral ceilings stretched high above into the 2nd story and the unbelievable rustic feel of the cabin. Pine tongue and grove all throughout. The bedrooms were huge and kitchen was quite spacious as well. I couldn’t help but think how I could bring a group of fisherman up here for a tournament and pay less to stay than I’d pay in gas going back and forth to the lake from my hometown. Boat hookups are plentiful and parking is available.
Next I was given a tour of the overall property which they have put so much hard work into it. Plenty of trails and wildlife to see. They even have a small petting area with hogs, and goats for the kids. A boat ramp is within a mile!
The second cabin was the one I was graciously given a free night in to be able to explain to guest coming off of my site what to expect. First thing first… Jeff told me he wants to cater to his guests and said he loves to cook for them and to let him know what they wanted. I didn’t ask price but thought about how nice it would be to come in off another disappointing tournament to a nice cooked meal for a consolation prize! If bringing the women, Jackie will show them around the wine trails (in my opinion the best reason for 2 different cabins with a pond separating them 🙂 .) There is so much space for washers, corn hole, horseshoes, and anything else you’d want to do. The 2nd cabin looks to sleep 4 to 6 people and with plenty of space for them not to feel congested. Cabinets are stocked with plates and silverware and satellite t.v. is available. After exploring the lake I came home to the best corn beef and cabbage I’ve had in my life sitting in the crock. I totally recommend it! Even the great pictures don’t do this place justice, you have to check it out!
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