Planning Your Visit

What to Bring

Because the cabin is off road and off grid, ┬áit’s best to think things through. You do not want to forget something important, nor do you want to lug things to the cabin you do not need.

The cabin is stocked with necessities for your stay. The minimum you will need to bring is food, clothes and any medications you take. Here are some additional suggestions:

  • A cell phone and USB charging cord
  • A hat, to keep the sun and bugs off your head
  • Sturdy footwear

It’s cooler at the cabin than the surrounding area so bring some warm clothes in the fall and spring. Long pants and sturdy shoes are recommended for the walk to your car and back.

Some things to leave at home are:

  • Firewood–we supply it
  • Things that plug into a household wall outlet–there are none
  • Chairs–we have plenty
  • Drinking water–we supply it

The Cabin Has These Things

firewood cooler drinking water two burner propane cooking stove and propane cooking pot frying pan utensils soap glasses, plates, bowls and utensils for 4 water kettle melitta style coffee funnel and filters coffee cork screw toilet paper matches 4 foam mattresses 1 set of sheets per guest 1 pillow per guest 1 blanket per guest or more in winter 1 towel per guest first aid kit USB electric outlets various books, cards and games fire extinguisher insect repellent flashlight

Consider Bringing These Things

warm clothes food ice rain hat toiletries medications cell phone