Note: On May 1, 2014 the overnight extra vehicle fee will increase from $5 to $7 per night.
Customer Awareness Alert:
* The presence of Box Elder bugs around yurts and cabins occurs most often in the fall and late spring. However, they can be found anytime of the year when we have sunny weather or indoor heaters are used. Box Elder bugs can generally be seen on the outside of the yurts and cabins, but occasionally on the inside as well. They are harmless to humans and animals, but can be somewhat of a nuisance.
* Fee waivers and/or adjustments will not be provided due to the presence of box elder bugs. In the event of box elder bugs on or in the cabins, all cancel and change policies as defined by OPRD Administrative Rules will apply. * For more information about Box Elder Bugs visit: http://entomology.oregonstate.edu/sites/default/files/Box_Elder_Bug.pdf
Pet-friendly yurts and cabins cannot be reserved online. Reservations may be made through the call center.
Maximum occupancy is 5 people.
Cabin is ADA accessible.
No tents or RVs allowed in site.
No smoking or cooking allowed inside cabin.
This is a pet-friendly cabin.
2 pets maximum allowed (dogs or cats ONLY). If you bring a pet there is an additional charge of $10 per night for your stay.
Any damages will be the responsibility of the reservation holder.
Cabin includes electrical outlets, baseboard heater, ceiling fan, lights, smoke detector, one bunk bed (double on bottom and single on top), one futon, a table, and four chairs.
Bring sleeping bag or other bedding.
Cabin includes one room and a covered porch.
Picnic table and fire ring at site.
Restroom and shower provided nearby.
Parking is located about 50 feet from the Cabin. Cabin site fee includes 1 vehicle. Extra vehicle parking is available on a first-come, first- served basis. Nightly extra vehicle fee required.
Cabins are located in B Loop campground.
Check in at the campground registration booth. If no one is in the booth, read the posted instructions.
BBQ units are no longer available for this facility. If you choose to bring your own outside cooking equipment please follow these guidelines:
Propane cooking units, barbeque units utilizing charcoal, or white gas Coleman type camp stoves must be located by the campfire ring area and away from all structures. Customers should check the cabin regulations posted in each cabin for proper disposal of charcoal on park grounds. Please discard your propane canisters in the dumpster.
The yurt or cabin that you are about to reserve requires a key to gain access. Please stop by the park's registration booth upon check in to receive your key. If the the campground registration booth is not staffed when you arrive, instructions will be posted to pick up your key with the park host or at the yurt or cabin you have reserved.