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Stayed in cabin and not what we expected for $185 a night. Run down, some things not clean. Tired and worn out. Location not really how the web site described it. Campsites looked better than the cabins. Plus a lot of permanents .... sad environment...More
I've stayed here twice before, many years ago, and based on those stays my expectations were quite low (the first time we stayed in a moldy caravan but they aren't offered anymore). But due to the proximity to Mt Warning we decided to chance it...More
I've been to the park before but had not had the time to climb. The sign says 5 hours return and some reviews say that this is for fit people... it's not a long walk but it is quite tricky. We went after some rain...More
We stayed on the October long weekend in a Riverside Cabin. Upon arrival we needed to clean the floor as it clearly hadn't been swept after the last visitors. The cabin was very old, musty and quite rundown. For $200 per night it was very...More
Fairly nice campsite with good, clean amenities like hot shower, kitchen, etc. Camp ground is clean and quiet. The only complaint, the camp sites were quiet disorganized as few campers are taking up much more space than they are entitled to (i.e crossing over other...More
USD 96 - USD 126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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