We stayed here in August of 2011 (2 adults, 2 kids-9 and 11) for 2 nights. The cabin was rustic as advertised--but running hot water, gas powered fridge made up for everything, flush toilets all very nice. Limited electricity was not an issue. The boys loved the fishing, we all went canoeing and kayaking and hiking around the camp. Gorgeous... More
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