Greg and Sandy are looking for a log cabin in the small town of Big Bear Lake, California, in the heart of the San Bernardino Mountains. With three adult children and nine grandkids, they want a cozy cabin that is big enough to fit their large family. They love summer and winter activities, so the cabin of their dreams needs to be close to a ski resort and have lakefront property with mountain views. Will they be able to find a log cabin that can accommodate their whole family and deliver all the attributes they desire?
Sean and Sandy are relocating from Charlottesville, Virginia, to the White Mountains area of New Hampshire for Sandy's job and the opportunity to be closer to the great outdoors. The active couple is searching for a chalet-style cabin in an area where they can head out their door to amazing views and also hit the trails with their dog, Rusty. Will they be able to find the cabin that fits their needs for the right price?
Software product managers Justin and Jennifer, and their dog Jupiter, want to escape from their busy life in Chicago for a little more peace and quiet in northern Michigan. They are seeking a secluded lakefront log cabin to take advantage of all the seasonal outdoor activities northern Michigan has to offer. With a budget of $350,000, will they be able to find a log home on the lake with the privacy they desire?
Newlyweds Carl and Emily live in downtown Seattle, Washington, and want an escape from the city life. They are looking to the Cascade Mountains in hopes of finding the perfect log cabin getaway to enjoy all the adventures that the mountains have to offer. Carl has placed their budget at $500,000 but Emily wants to keep the final purchase price around $300,000. Will they be able to reconcile their budget and find the log cabin of their dreams?
Tyler and Gina are moving their two kids and three dogs from humid Florida up to Tyler's small hometown of Bryson City, North Carolina. This will give them the chance to get out of their busy city lifestyle and raise their family near the mountains Tyler loves and Gina has always dreamed of. With help from their realtor, Ray, they look for a family-friendly cabin with land for animals and room to grow.
Jason and Shelly are working parents from Connecticut that love to escape their busy city lives and holiday in the Mount Holly area of Vermont with their teenagers. After 10 years of renting, they've decided it's time to buy a second home of their own in their favorite vacation destination. As an arborist, Jason is looking for a unique log cabin with a view that appeals to his aesthetics while Shelly wants a family-friendly cabin with close proximity to the Okemo region so the family will always have activities to do when visiting. Will this family find their dream mountain getaway cabin within their price range?
John, Carly and their 2 daughters are searching for a cozy log cabin on the North Carolina side of the Great Smoky Mountains to enjoy in the summertime. Carly is a teacher and John builds furniture, so the family is able to take summers off together to enjoy Bryson City's mountain town charm and all the activities the area has to offer like tubing, horseback riding, and hiking. Their budget is only $200,000, but they'll still have a big decision in the end.
Avid hunters Cameron and Mandy are hoping to move their two kids to a log cabin near their hometown of Demotte, Indiana. Their goal is to re-create Cameron's childhood memories of log cabin living in a home with plenty of square footage for entertaining and property for outdoor activities. Can they find the cozy, rustic log cabin of their dreams in an area where rustic architecture is a rarity?
Brett and Amy are looking for a change of pace for themselves and their two teenage daughters, Katie and Emily. They live in the city of Bayfield, Colorado, but constantly find themselves in the mountains hiking, fishing and hunting in the great outdoors. In order to embrace a slower, more peaceful life in the mountains of South Central Colorado, they are actively searching for a rustic log cabin that is remote enough to enjoy nature but close enough to work and school in Bayfield.