Wake up “back in time”!
You want to camp but do not want to tent, nor do you want the modern conveniences of home… try a Rustic Cabin! Inspired by our forefathers, a combination of “winter houses” used for logging, trapping “tilts” and hunting “camps”, you will wake up and ‘feel’ the time lapse! An experience for couples, families or friends.
Located near Berry Hill Pond
The rustic cabin is a wooden structure, 16’ x 20’, with a 4 foot covered porch, 3 windows and 2 doors with windows.
See prices for rustic cabins here. We recommend reservations. Book one now!
Rustic Cabins: Plan & Prepare
Arrival & Departure
Visitors must check-in and check-out
Check-in time is after 2 p.m.
Check-out time is before 11 a.m.
What to Bring
Sleeping bags, blankets and pillows
(Extra blankets recommended in May and September)
Food, drinks and water containers
Cooking equipment, dishes, eating utensils and a cooler
Flashlight, matches or a lighter
What Rustic Cabins offers
Inside the Cabin
4 fixed wooden bunk beds, complete with mattresses
A wooden counter
A wooden table with benches
A wood stove with glass door
Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
Broom and Dustpan
Note: There is no electricity, plumbing or running water.
Outside the Cabin
Nearby in the Campgrounds
Common showers and flush toilets
A common kitchen shelter
Water taps for potable water
Firewood for sale
Smoking is prohibited in the Rustic Cabins
Pets are allowed
Cooking is permitted only in kitchen shelters or outside the Rustic Cabins
Rustic Cabin must be tidied prior to departure
Campground rules apply to Rustic Cabin occupants
Coolers must be stored inside vehicles or the cabin to avoid conflicts with wildlife