Activities and Amenities
The rustic single-room cabin is tucked into a forest of deciduous and conifers at an elevation of about 6,000 feet. Mill Creek meanders through the site.
The front porch invites guests to sit and enjoy views of the forest and possible wildlife sightings. Black bears, wolves, elk, moose, mule deer, bison, grizzly bears, mountain lions and pronghorn are some of the species native to the area (bear safety tips).
The surrounding area offers a variety of recreational activities. Trails are provided for hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders and off-road vehicles (Idaho OHV safety message).
Anglers can fish for small brook trout in Mill Creek. Hunting for game and game birds is another popular pastime.
Cabin amenities include a wood stove, table and chairs, two bunkbeds with mattresses, two folding cots, a broom and dustpan, sink and propane appliances (space heater, water heater, stove/oven, large fridge). Guests may find limited dishes and cookware. The mudroom is equipped with shower facilities.
A vault toilet outhouse, campfire ring and picnic table are outside. Corrals are available for stock. Parking is available for three RVs. Wood is seasonally available and stacked next to the cabin.
The cabin's water supply is shut off during the winter months to prevent freezing. Winter guests need to bring their own water. Bedding, cleaning supplies, towels, garbage bags, first aid supplies, matches and lanterns or flashlights are not provided. Guests are expected to clean the cabin and pack out their trash before leaving.