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After reading reviews and checking out their website it appeared to be a pretty good choice. We weren't expecting a lot since the website said "one step above camping" but we were shocked when we drove to our cabin. The entire resort looks abandoned, like...More
Just stayed at Tall Pines. Had booked after reading trip advisor posts. Nice, but very dated. Bring your own pillows!! We didn't sleep well with the cabins flat pillows. The outlets were worn out. Had problems keeping hair dryer plugged in. It kept falling out....More
We love this place. It is rustic, built in the 1920's and not upgraded much since then. The bathrooms are small, with showers and no tub. Kitchens are sparsely stocked, but adequate. Staff are very friendly. We go on each year at least for about...More
I told my boyfriend that all I cared about was going somewhere green with water nearby. This fit the bill. Management was very friendly. Cabins are quite old but it had the funky charm we like. Full kitchen and everything we needed. River was beautiful--even...More
Tall Pines is an aging property that offers solitude, peace, quiet, stocked fishing lake, nice cabins, deer, bear(on rare occasions), the river and fee fishing. Its a nice place for kids to fish and everyone will be able to catch something since they stock it...More