Given an opportunity to relocate to Denver, Nelson and Tracee Quinnell jump at the chance to leave Texas behind. After years of moving around the country, they've finally found a place they can set their roots down. Country people at heart, Colorado offers everything they are looking for to live that outdoor life they crave while still being close enough to their jobs in Denver. Wanting more than just a pretty view, they need a log cabin that will accommodate their large dogs and her large family. So they go on the hunt for that dream cabin to call their forever home, but will they be able to get everything they want in one cabin? Or will they have to trade a beautiful view for the space they need?
Keith and Laura Hildebrandt find refuge from the commotion of their busy lives by escaping with their kids to the mountains of Northern Georgia. In the past, they've rented log cabins near Blue Ridge, Georgia, but now the family is ready to purchase their own log home. They want to able to be close to hiking, mountain biking, and fishing, but they also want to be close to town. Will they be able to find a house that fits their wish list?
Marc and Vicki Goguen lead a busy life in Dallas, Texas with their three teenaged kids. In the past, they have rented cabins in Angel Fire, New Mexico for the holidays and ski trips. The Goguens dream of a cabin getaway in where they can ski in the winter, and go mountain biking in the summer. Their plan is to find a log home that fits the needs of their active teenagers, and also works as a rental property when they're back home in Dallas. Will they be able to find a home that fits their needs?
Thor and Misty Carpenter are a young couple that dreams of the perfect cabin to raise their daughter, Britta, outside of the greater Seattle area. Misty grew up in a log cabin, and wants her daughter to have the same experience in the Cascades. They love their storybook neighborhood of Kirkland, Washington and being close to Thor's work, but as Brita gets older, they both long for a home with a little more space and more privacy, with great views and access to great schools. Since the tech savvy couple has experience working without a realtor in the past, they decide to tackle the cabin hunt on their own, but will they be able to find everything on their wishlist?
Jared Galister is an outdoor enthusiast who spends his time hunting, hiking with his dog, skiing and riding his ATV. To better fit his active lifestyle, Jared wants to relocate from his confined Rutland condo and find a rustic log cabin near central Vermont to be closer to the outdoor activities he loves. To help him in his search, he's called on the help of his friends, a realtor and a Vermont native who is not afraid to state her opinion. Will having his friends along pay off for Jared in the end, or will they prove to be a conflict of interest?
Karl and Kelley are looking for the perfect log cabin retreat to get away from their busy lives in Denver, Colorado. With four fun-living kids in two, the couple is hunting for a second home in the Rockies where their family can enjoy the great outdoors. Can the couple find a three-bedroom, three-bathroom dream home within their budget?
Tim and Laurie are young professionals in Boston who enjoy the city life, but seek a weekend escape to fulfill their outdoor needs. With demanding jobs and busy schedules, they are determined to find the perfect fit that gives them the much-needed break they both deserve. They long for a cabin getaway located in a quaint New England town in the White Mountains that is just a few hours out of Boston and close to skiing. Will they manage to find the weekend retreat of their dreams?
Josh and Heather want to raise their two-year-old son in the great outdoors, so they take the plunge and leave the Seattle suburbs in hopes of finding their dream log cabin an hour east in beautiful Snoqualmie Pass. With a $400,000 budget, Josh and Heather start the cabin hunt -- but when the decision provs more difficult than expected, they have to make a tough call to find a new place to call home.
Montana couple Tyler and Fran want to relocate from the rapidly growing college town of Bozeman, so they're on the hunt for a log cabin in Gallatin Canyon. They hope to get away from city life and be closer to the activities they love, such as fly fishing, snowmobiling, and hiking, but still be within 30 minutes from the bustling town. Tyler is calling on his long time friend and Realtor, Amy, to help them find their dream cabin on the river. Will she help Tyler and Fran make their dreams a reality?
Jason and Skye are looking for the perfect log cabin retreat to get away from the hustle and bustle of Queens, NY. Their love for the dense, southeastern New York forests became abundant over the last few years, so they've decided to buy a log cabin in the Catskills. They want to find a cabin that serves as a getaway destination from their cramped living spaces in the city, as well as a location to host family and friends during holiday seasons. Will they be able to find a cabin that fits their budget of $300,000 that is also just far enough away from the city to recharge over a weekend?
Brothers Daren and Dwayne and their wives, Stephanie and Amber are looking to purchase a log cabin together to share with their families. The siblings own a business together in Northern Colorado and are focusing their search near the historic mining town of Fairplay in the Rocky Mountains, to use as a family vacation house and a spot to entertain potential customers. With a combined budget of $600,000 will they be able to find a cabin that meets all their needs that they can all agree upon?
Jason and Emily currently live just outside of Albany, New York, with their three kids but the noise of the city, cramped space and hectic lifestyle of living in a large metro area has pushed them to find a quieter, more spacious alternative. Growing up in the country, both Jason and Emily appreciate nature and the value of space especially with a large family. So they're looking toward the Northern Catskill region of Greenville, NY to find the perfect Log Cabin to provide their children with the freedom and the access to the outdoors they had when they were young. Will they find a cabin with a big enough layout and plenty of land? Or will the extra space come with a hefty price tag?
Jeff and Robbin are looking for a log cabin to escape their city life in Atlanta and are looking for a log cabin in Blue Ridge, GA, in the southern Appalachian Mountains. They hope this retreat will provide their kids an opportunity to put down the video games and play together in the great outdoors. The family has focused their search in the Aska Adventure Area, allowing them access to hiking, fishing, and family fun at Lake Blue Ridge. One of their major requirements is a cabin with a "wow factor" providing a breathtaking mountain or river view. Will they be able to find their perfect log cabin getaway?