Some of our cabins are over 100 years old and have a rich history of hosting generations of togetherness, relaxation and fun. Want to be lakeside, old town or a little more secluded?
Cabin amenities include a full bath and range from kitchenettes to full kitchens.
Coming in late is never a problem. Depending on the time of year and/or event, we will have specific instructions on the door of the admission booth that you can follow when you get here. We also always have a park host or employee available to help 24/7.
It absolutely depends on when your cabin/RV space is booked next. It is a lot easier for us to say yes to early check-ins and RV spaces are always easier to say yes to than cabins. That said – We are willing to accommodate our guests with these requests whenever possible. During the busy season May-September, due to staffing concerns, there is an extra fee for any early check-ins and/or late check-outs.
Absolutely! Your pass to the park is good until 8:00pm the last day of your stay. After you have turned in your key to your cabin or vacated your tent/RV space, we will love for you to stay and enjoy a few more hours relaxing at the lake or taking in a nature hike or perhaps kicking back in a lawn chair and reading a good book. Just make sure to let us know you’ve left your space/cabin so you won’t get charged late check out fees. For folks with RV’s: please call us once you have hooked up but before you leave your space. We will provide you with specific instructions on where you can park your rig for the remainder of the day. In some cases – you may be asked to leave it in the camping space.
Hey, we get it… it’s the 21st Century… TV’s are cheap and entertaining and everyone has one so why don’t we? Well, the answer is simple: We truly want guests to find peace and serenity while they are here. We also hope that the nostalgia of the park will bring families a little closer together in a world that currently relies on screens simply to survive day to day… What would we do without our iPhones, right? So, we have decided to stick with our gut on this one and promise that if you get outside and explore, swim, roast a hot dog and have some s’mores for dessert, you won’t miss the TV. At least not too much. If you must, please feel free to bring one from home – the great thing about a TV these days – they are a bit more portable than they used to be.
At this time, the park does not have a dedicated wifi system for guest use. We are working on it and plan to have something set up soon. In the meantime, please know that cell phone service is really good despite our remote location. Currently, AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile all have excellent 5G coverage in most areas of the park. Most of our guests find their hotspots to be sufficient for their wifi needs.