We often talk about how great containers are for hunting cabins.  They are portable, secure, easy to modify, pretty much everything you could hope for when making your own hunting cabin.  The head of our shop in Minneapolis passes this hunting cabin that is for sale in northern Minnesota whenever going up north.  It's such a great example of what's possible for a nice, safe, easy hunting cabin, we just had to share.

From what we can tell, they started with a one-trip double-door 40' high cube containers.  That is one that has doors on both ends. The beauty of using a container like this is that they could build walls just inside the doorways on both ends.  On those walls, they added windows and a door on one of them.  When the cabin is in use, you simply keep the container doors open.  When it is time to leave, you lock up the doors and the cabin looks like any other container, nothing unusual or inviting for trouble.

They insulated the inside, laid down a nice floor and then created a built-in bunk bed in one end with a dividing wall to section off the bedroom from the rest of the cabin.  In the other half, there is a small kitchenette and living space.  Depending on your land and access to bringing in water and electricity, it would be easy to add in more amenities.  But if not, it can be an easy off the grid cabin as well. 

As a final touch, they camouflaged the container to it is ready blend into the woods. Check out the pictures below.

Whether you're looking to make your own hunting cabin, want us to modify it for you, or some mix in between, containers make a great option for a secure cabin.


We have a customer who purchased three 40' high cube containers about a year ago from us.  They are currently in the process of moving and no longer need their containers, so they are priced to move.  We are asking $1800/container, or best offer. Since they are moving, the containers need to go.  Delivery can be arranged if needed.

Here are current pictures.  Because they are moving, they are a bit buried right now.  The goods will be moved as the company moves to their new location making it easier to access the containers.

Here are pictures from when we sold them.  Since it has been only a year, this should provide some additional sense of what to expect.

If you are interested, please give us a call at 877-374-5452!

AuthorSuper Cubes LLC
CategoriesSales & Pricing

A common way to get more storage space out of your containers is to line them up parallel to each other with some space between them.  Then install a roof over that space and make even more storage space from just two containers.  This great idea has been around for a long time.  However, our roof kit manufacturer discontinued their roofs a couple of years ago and we've been trying to find a good replacement.  Until now!  One of our trusted vendors is now offering "Container Shelters" (or roofs) that span between either two 20's or two 40's. 

The roof consists of a steel tubing frame and PVC tarping.  The arched structure helps to push rain and snow off of the container.  The frame attaches to the inside lengths of the container to create a covered space between the containers.

Check out these pictures of the roofs.

Here are the specs:

Container Shelter
Cover material: 300gsm PE and 610gsm PVC
Galvanized steel tube frame
Assembly size on 20'DV: L6000x W6000x H2000mm,
Assembly size on 40'DV: L12000x W6000x H2000mm,
Any size and design can be customized as per your request
One completed set packed in a steel crate for the shipment.

If you are interested in these, please contact us at 877-374-5452.