We stayed in one of the old cabins that the State Park rents out on a per night basis. I believe these cabins were built in the 1930's. We went over labor day and stayed in cabin 11. It was just what we expected, and was just wonderful. Very reasonable price per night.
The kitchen is beyond basic, and the teflon pan for breakfast was way past its prime and should have been replaced long ago. With no heating or A/C system (fireplace and wood only source of heat), I really enjoyed sleeping with the doors and windows open and listening to the rushing water of the creek behind. I would love to stay here in October when the leaves change color.
We hiked for hours on the trails, which have some pretty amazing cliffs so little kids beware. The swimming pool was nice, and paddle boats and canoes available on the lake. We drove into Fayetteville for some good meals at three of their restaurants. 5 miles to the nearest little grocery store in Danese, which was pretty basic in its choices.
Attention ghost enthusiasts!! We only found this info after we got home! Google cabin 13. I don't know if the park would have informed us of its history had we stayed there, but I certainly am glad I didn't know about it when we were there!
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