The Red House


"We had a wonderful time in the Red House. We will see you again. Thank you!"
-Gary & Judy, Wausau, WI

The Red House is a quaint cabin nestled beneath eighty-year old pine trees. This cabin is one of the originals bought and remodeled when Toinie and Art Palmquist, Jim Palmquist’s parents, first began taking in guests.

This Cabin Features:

  • 3 cedar-paneled bedrooms (2 perfect for couples and 1 large one perfect for a kids room)
  • 1 full bath
  • a red-brick, wood-burning fireplace
  • a dining area with kitchen table, microwave, coffee maker, and fridge
  • a porch

Click on a thumbnail below to see a larger view.


History of The Red House


The Red House started out as a very simple cabin near Minocqua, Wisconsin, about a 45 minute drive away from The Farm. When the state highway department decided to widen the highway that the cabin was near, they sold the cabin to the highest bidder. The winning bid was made by Art Palmquist, Jim's father, in 1967. After being sold, the cabin was cut into two pieces, moved to the farm and then reassembled. Modern conveniences such as plumbing and electricity were then installed, since the cabin did not have such features before it was moved.

If you’d like to learn more about the history of this cabin and Palmquist Farm, including early pictures, check out the Palmquist Farm Walking Tour book.