You head over to the rentals page and pick out which sauna you’d like to rent and the dates that you would like to rent. Choose book and then go through the checkout and signing forms process. We’ll contact you to work out drop off and pick up times. We’ll then deliver the sauna to your desired spot, with everything you need, set it up, show you how to use it, and then let you enjoy. We then come back at pickup, get things packed up and haul it away.
We are located in Hayward. The price of the rental includes 30 miles. It’s then $2 per mile up to 50 total each way. We are willing to work with you depending on the situation and rental length. We'll travel to Washburn, Bayfield, Chetek....just contact us.
30 MILES – including (but not limited to): Stone Lake, Spooner, Shell Lake, Birchwood, Winter, Cable, Barnes, Drummond, Namekagon
We aim for a drop off time between 12-3pm and a pick up time of 12-3pm. We will reach out to you to after you book to work out the times.
Yes, wood is definitely included. We will provide you enough for keeping your sauna stoked properly for your rental period.
Yes, we can provide a bin of towels for your use. That’s 10-12 towels, so you should plan accordingly. You should plan to use two towels – one to sit on and one to have just for wiping sweat.
Yes and no. Generally, we would like to do a two-night minimum. However, we’ll work with you depending on location and availability. If you’re out of our general area, we may require a minimum period longer than two nights. Our goal at the end of the day is to help you be happy with your rental.
You do not need electricity. All of our units will work remotely off of batteries. The Big Lake Sauna has electric hook up that will allow you to run outside string lights and additional inside lights.
The area needs to be accessible by truck and have a vertical clearance of about 12 feet. Driveways and areas with gravel are great options.
If you cancel 28 days or more before your rental: Full refund
14-28 days: 50% refund
0-14 days: No refund
Here are a couple videos from others as a guide to help you build a fire. There are many ways to start a fire. Please note that we provide instruction when we deliver. We also provide you with some Fatwood firestarters to help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQSZJ-i5ZEI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aqy7uOIpbw4
The Big Lake and The Cabin both have changing rooms. The Barrel and The Tin Can do not.