Each Cabin has a dehumidifier. You may turn this off while you stay at the cabins as they can be quite noisy. Please turn back on at the end of your stay.
You should have a flashlight for emergency situations.
An old Buffalo & Western railroad bed runs through the cabin grounds and provides a nice walking path along the creek.
Path lights come on at or about dusk. They stay on until approximately 11:00 PM. You will need a flashlight after that.
Wireless internet is available throughout the Cabin Grounds based on an antenna broadcast system. The Shanty and cabins #7, #8, #9 and #10 each have their own hardwired hubs. Advise Steve if the system needs reset.
ACCESS TO THE
The Shanty Cabin
Your cabin key also opens the Community Cabin – The “Shanty.” This is the first cabin on your right as you walk in from the parking area. It houses the following:
Telephone for local calls (calling card needed to make long distance calls).
An answering machine is hooked to the phone in case you are looking for possible messages from home or others – 814-787-4900. Emergency numbers are posted in the Shanty.
One top load washer and dryer available for guest use.
Brochure and literature rack for local attractions and highlights including trails, elk viewing and visitor guides.
Assorted games (located in the bathroom closet).
Various books and magazines.
A community TV with a VCR and DVD player with assorted movies (there is no cable nor satellite TV access).