At Hiawatha Log Homes, we think home is a gathering space for family and friends, a place to put your feet up, your sanctuary. Welcome home to the natural beauty and enduring strength of a Hiawatha Log Home.

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At Hiawatha Log Homes, we think home is a gathering space for family and friends, a place to put your feet up, your sanctuary. Welcome home to the natural beauty and enduring strength of a Hiawatha Log Home.

View Our Featured Log Homes

Whether it’s a Castle, Cottage or Cabin, we have a package to suit you.

We've made it easy to imagine your place in the sun, woods, river or farm.

Come tour our facility with our travel reimbursement package.

Watch how our logs are milled to become part of a beautiful Hiawatha log home.

Your flowers may be done blooming and your lawn may look like it’s stopped growing, but there are still a few things to do in your yard before the snow falls. Although the grass looks like it’s stopped growing, it roots are actually growing downward to help prepare for winter. Fall is actually the best time to fertilize and reseed your lawn.

Your landscaping can use a bit of fall love too. Pruning your trees and shrubs after the leaves have fallen helps to encourage healthy growth in the spring. Leave enough room for you to walk between your bushes and your house. This will help the air circulation near your home and allow the logs dry more quickly after it rains. Make sure to trim any dead branches and branches that are close to power lines or the roof that can cause damage in the winter.

Don’t forget to winterize. Disconnect and store your hoses; it will help them to last longer. Turn off the water valve to the outside faucets and drain the water from the pipes and sprinkler systems so they don’t freeze during the winter. Bring in your outdoor extension cords and check for fraying or other damage. Put away your lawn mower and summer lawn care equipment. Remember to empty out unused fuel, so sediment doesn’t build up and clog your fuel lines.

After you’ve finished winterizing, give your snow blower and generator a quick tune up to get them ready for the winter.

What do you dream of?

Whatever your idea of the perfect cozy cabin day is, at Hiawatha Log Homes, we’re ready to make your dream come true. The U.P. has been building log homes before they we’re cool. Some of the same methods used in 1900 still hold true today.

Using the latest CAD design, Hiawatha Log Homes can plan, design, and create your dream home. Take a walk through your new home using our state of the art software.

"We both have always had a love for the appearance of a log home, but we also did not want to give up the more formal traditional look. Being able to build this home here, on this spot, we have what I like to call our own 'Salhalee'. 'Salhalee' is an Indian word that means 'a place of peace and beauty.'" - The Morrisseys

"Choosing Hiawatha Log Homes was easy. We were already sold on the energy efficiency of a log home. After we visited their manufacturing facility, and saw firsthand the attention to detail given to milling every home, we were even more conviced - a Hiawatha Log Home is what we wanted." - The Stolls

"We had very specific ideas for our log home. Each element had to be a crisp feature to accent our furniture and design tastes. Hiawatha gave life to our requests and made us feel that our home was very important to them. It's a one-of-a-kind masterpiece." - T. Gelb

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Hiawatha Log Homes can be found across North America.

We have log home dealers located across the United States and Canada, contact us for a dealer near you!


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"My home needed to be more traditional. I love the look of wood, and chose Hiawatha's "D" logs for their ease of decorating on the inside and a the rustic look of the round logs on the outside. Looks like all of us are right at home."

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