We stayed in the Pioneer Cabins at the end of July and found these to be adequate. Sure, they are dated and not in the best condition, but they are in the middle of the park and close to everything. Unless the weather is not cooperating, you shouldn't be using the place for much more than a place to sleep and wash up anyway.
The cabin itself was rather small, with two full beds (sleeps 4) and a small bathroom. There is heat, but no air conditioning. Screened in windows could open to provide ventilation. The cabins are a short walk up to the lodge and down to the lake itself. There's always a good chance you will see some wildlife out and about on the property too. Many of the trees along the parking lots had fresh antler rubbings on them. We could also hear some animals roaming around at night outside the cabin. In the crisp morning air (yes, even in late July) you could always see the thermal activity going on around the lake as the plumes of steam were enhanced in the cool air.
Sure, you can always stay somewhere else in the park and pay more money if you really need all of the ammenities, but if you are there to just enjoy the park itself and prefer a roof over your head with a bed and shower instead of camping, this serves that purpose.
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