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If you have stayed in other national park cabins, you will find this normal. Cabins have two beds, two chairs, one table, one bedside table with light and a bathrrom. Parking is right in front of the cabins and the general store is a short...More
Nothing exciting here, but a place to sleep and shower. We had problems with one of our keys and the door knob was loose. Once we figured out how to work the problem out, we were in. The rooms are dated and there is no...More
Overall, we had a good experience at this campsite. Cons: The general store was a little pricey, and we were generally worried about bears most of the time. We were able to get hot showers, but we woke up at 6:00AM and made sure to...More
If you've been to national park lodges, you kind of know what yo expect - and that is not much. No TV, not much room, not too fancy, and minimalistic. We actually love to camp but on the road with a large family means little...More
We are pretty much accostumed to National and State park cabins being just a couple of notches over camping, and this is what you get. Howver there is a good general store a stones throw away, and a fairly good restaurant just as close. We...More
I am sorry, but I do not know. I brought my own food in , There is a office that is very well set up with food, gas and basic needs but the prices are at a premium. As far as sending things go, I am afraid I am of no help. I... More
I am sorry, but I do not know. I brought my own food in , There is a office that is very well set up with food, gas and basic needs but the prices are at a premium. As far as sending things go, I am afraid I am of no help. I hope his trip works out well