A group of us stayed in the campground and cabins for 3 nights. Upon arrival the new Managers (said they had been there about a week) informed us there was a Forest Service fire ban so fires were not allowed in the campground but the main fire pit in front of the lodge could be used. After our trip we learned there had never been a Forest Service fire ban. A member of our party asked to use the phone in the lodge (using his calling card) and was refused and had to drive to Tensleep to use his cell phone. The "rustic" cabin I stayed in for 1 night had two twin beds and an old lamp and a heater that could be plugged in. The smoke alarm was open without a battery (They said they would fix it when I notified them upon checkout). By "rustic" they must mean run down as these cabins were all in need of a lot of maintenance. In the campground there were places where water was seeping through the ground, probably due to leaking water lines. The bathrooms/showers were very run down and not clean. Two cheeseburgers with fries and soft drinks in the lodge came to over $26, a little pricey even for the remote location. With such a beautiful location this could be a nice place but they would have to spend some $$ to fix it up. I would not return to Deer Haven in it's current condition.