Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, since we do not have in-room refrigeration, guests are permitted to bring food, drinks, and snacks in coolers. We sell ice on-site, just outside our dining hall/kitchen.

Yes, we offer breakfast and dinner daily which can be purchased with our all-inclusive rates. Guests will need to make plans for lunch – there is a local grocery store, several restaurants, and sandwich shops nearby (under 5 minutes). Inquire in the office for suggestions.

Bring a cooler, towels for the pool, and any toys/games that your family enjoys. Alcohol is allowed, so BYOB! Part of our rustic charm is the chance to unplug, so there are no TVs in the rooms, and there is no Wi-fi yet for our guests.

Rooms include clean sheets/bedding, and towels for showering/washing. We do not permit room towels to be used at the pool. Rooms also include a private bathroom with amenities to include soap, toilet paper, and disposal cups. We recommend bringing your preferred toiletries as we do not have lotions, shampoos/conditioners, etc. in the room.

Yes, we periodically “host” campfire events with marshmallow roasts for our guests. However, if you enjoy a nightly fire with the family, we offer on-site wood bundles (check in with the office about this) to accommodate your fire burning needs.

We encourage you to bring your own fishing tackle/bait (as it is not supplied on-site), so please plan on packing your equipment to enjoy fishing at our pond or even at our river access point on the Salmon River, which is just 1 minute down the road.

For boating, we offer canoes, paddle boats and row boats (free to use), and we have life jackets on-site for safety.

At the pool, you are welcome to bring your favorite floats and water toys.
We have basketballs, tennis equipment, volleyballs, bats, gloves, balls, and golf clubs (vintage) on-site; however, many guests choose to bring their own equipment.

Yes! There is an on-property hiking path that you can head up to see our cave. Our property is also surrounded by 100’s of acres of state hiking trails, see THINGS TO DO.

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