Cabin was cute. The photos made it look much bigger than it was. Very old but well kept. The beds were very comfortable, however, I was disappointed with the lack of modern conveniences such as a newer fridge with filtered water, a dishwasher, and air conditioning. It was 100 degrees and it was so uncomfortable to sleep in the heat that I contemplated just driving home. They did provide fans but it was still very hot even with the windows open and fans on. This was great for adults but there isn't room for kids inside the cabin to really roam, nor a yard for them to play in. More for grown ups than kids unless it was used as a winter retreat. The outside deck was huge and the lake pass was a plus, even if it was $8 per person. I liked the proximity to town as we were able to walk for meals and shopping. The showers were very small but were okay for us because we are not big people, but I think anyone who is tall or has a larger stature might find them a bit tight. Parking was very scarce. One covered spot and the other cars had to park on the street. It was cute and if you're looking for a rustic place to stay close to town, etc this is a good choice.
Winter's Camp: Cabin w/ Lake Privileges, Walk to Town, & Air Conditioning!