We needed a shower after camping for a few days and ended up staying at Town Sq cabins after another (very nice) cabin owner down the road suggested we stay there since they were in the middle of staining their decks.
The cabin we stayed in bordered the park, where people like to hang out, which is nice if you don't mind the noise (squeeky swings and lawnmowers). This also wouldn't be much of a problem if the skimpy curtains on the windows actually covered them - we used our towels to complete the job. The cabin itself was very old and it showed. The floor was EXTREMELY crooked - we had trouble walking on it after just a couple of beers. The front door needed some work too - there was quite a bit of open space where there shouldn't be (I can't imagine staying there in winter). The place was clean, but we did have to kill a couple of ants IN OUR BED in the middle of the night. the refrigerator was very old as well, and it froze some of our food.
The shower was GREAT, but the hot water heater was scary (crusty, made A LOT of noise and smelled of gas a bit).
We got what we wanted out of it (hot showers) but we felt it was way overpriced considering all of it's faults.More
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