2017 Lodging

Above and below, snapshot views out of our largest cabin, built in the 50's by the Calendar Family. This particular cabin offers a peaceful getaway for the couple who simply wants to "unplug" or the family introducing their children to the wonders of the wilderness... just pull up a chair and soak up the view.

 

 

To top off your experience in our historic cabins, each is equipped with a private bathroom, a shower, and towels for your convenience.

We offer 24 hour power and water for our guests as well.

We have 8-9 private guest cabins available for accommodations throughout the season.

Family Reunions and Company Retreats are also welcomed warmly!

 

 The cabins are each unique in their size and bed configurations. We have cabins for Grandparents with a king sized bed and bunkbeds to delight the youngsters when they get here.     Cabin "Number 9" is one of 4 stand alone cabins nestled against a backdrop of pine trees with quick access to our hiking trails but far enough away from the lodge to enjoy the solitude.

"Jack's" cabin is one out of six of our cabins which have wood burning stoves for those unusually chilly mornings, or cool evenings during the season. We also provide firewood unless you have a hankering to cut some yourself!

 ...a glimpse of your stroll from your cabin to the lodge for our ultimately famous "family style" dinner served at 6:30 pm...

 

Overnight stays include home cooked meals each day and a nightly bonfire with our horses and mules...a favorite for all!

Please notify us in advance if you have any severe food allergies so we can best serve you.

Rates:

Adults: $175 per person/per night

Children ages of 5-12: $85 per child/per night

Toddlers between the ages of 2-4: $35 per toddler/per night

 

Horse Accomodations:

Corral Grazing Fee: $10 for each horse/per night

New policy: No Dogs