Rent a Historic Cabin
Individual cabin rentals are available in Cabin Camp 3. This forested camp is one of five cabin camping facilities in the park constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s and the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. It is also one of four cabin camps listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
How do I rent a cabin?
For Walk-In Registration:
Note: Wagons are available to transport your belonging to your cabin.
How much does it cost to rent a cabin?
When are the cabins available to rent?
How do I get to Cabin Camp 3?
Click here for a map of this route.
What facilities are at Cabin Camp 3?
Each cabin includes individual beds and mattresses, a picnic table and a cooking grill. Cabins have electric lights and ceiling fans, but do not have electrical outlets. Cabins are not equipped with kitchens or individual bathrooms. Please note that pets are not allowed in any cabin camp.
Is there a Cancellation Policy?
What are the regulations of the camp?
Smoking is not permitted in any of the cabins or buildings.
Cabins should be swept and free of trash upon departure.
Quiet hours are between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.
Please be considerate of fellow campers. Keep your cabin area and the comfort stations free of trash and personal belongings.
Please recycle using the proper container located within the camp.
To prevent animal and pest problems, please place trash in provided covered trash receptacles or carry it out with you
Fires are not permitted outside of the provided grillsand fireplaces in the lodge building
Camping tents, screen tents or other structures are not permitted in the cabin camp
Removal or moving of picnic tables, beds, or mattresses is prohibited.
Vandalism of cabins and other buildings is against federal law and subject to stiff fines and/or prosecution
Electrical appliances (Stoves, AC Units, heaters, etc.) are prohibited.
Firewood purchased or brought from outside of the park must be USDA certified. Campers may use down and dead wood of less than 6 inches in diameter and no longer than the length and width of the provided camping grill.
Last updated: October 19, 2016