At Zook Cabins, we are committed to building quality, timeless log cabins that create memories of a lifetime. From start to finish, our log cabin builders work with you to design a log cabin in Rhode Island that reflects your personality and meets your needs. No need to settle or stress. While you sip a glass of coffee milk, we will deliver directly to your RI property.
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Our completed builds
Do I need a permit for a log Cabin in Rhode Island?
Yes, log cabins in Rhode Island require building permits. However, there are variations to building codes within different jurisdictions. As log cabin builders in Rhode Island, we strongly recommend you confirm local zoning and building codes with your local government.
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Ideal Locations for Your Log Cabin in Rhode Island
Just needing a bit of inspiration? Take a look at our list of ideal locations for your next log cabin.
- Western Coventry. In this area of Rhode Island, there are rural and wooded areas, providing opportunities for hiking, exploring, and euphoric moments in nature. No need to be continuously distracted by the bustle and noise of city life. Unplug in a log cabin secluded from the unending business of life in Rhode Island.
- Northwestern Rhode Island. Areas around towns like Foster and Glocester in the northwest part of Rhode Island have more rural landscapes. These could be potential resting spots for your dream log cabin, providing a place of rest and relaxation.
- Nicholson Wildlife Refuge. While we understand it may be impossible (or at least improbable) to place your ideal log home in this area of Rhode Island, it may pique your interest to be near a wildlife sanctuary. Grab your binoculars and a bird book. Then, when you become tired, you can retreat to your log cabin: a refuge for humankind.
What will your cabin story Be?
"…a moment or two later another branch broke, and they began to realize that they had a little company. His father turned around and turned on the flashlight, and there 30′ from their family campfire stood an unexpected visitor…A BEAR…the perfect example of the memories that can be made and shared at the prefab log home."