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My boyfriend and I visited for a weekend and stayed in cabin #4 at the park. It was one of the large sizes plus handicap accessible. That being said it was no wonder the cabin was so spacious and glorious! It was truly like staying...More
We will definitely go back. Great hiking trails, nice campground, and close to town. We went to visit our daughter and her husband and the campground is very close to them. There is a variety of activities in the campground and they cater to hikers...More
My wife and I stayed in a cabin at Chewacla in May of 2015 while our son attended summer band camp at Auburn University. The park was nice and well kept around the cabins and small lake. The hiking trails were fun but challenging in...More
This park and sites we had were very well laid out. Three families travelling together getting good sites close to each other are sometimes difficult. We had one pull-through and two back-in sites on second loop beside each other and all were very shady. Lake...More
We 3 ladies arrived at our cabin on a Friday night. The cabin was perfect! It looked rustic on the inside; very large rock fireplace, the view of the lake was great! The kitchen was satisfactorily equipped, although next time we will pack a dishpan...More
Large cabins have 2 bedrooms: a bed in the main, central room; and an extra bedroom. Cabin #2 has one queen bed and a full bed, cabin #4 has two full beds. Both cabins have one pull-out sofa, so if you don't mind double... More
Large cabins have 2 bedrooms: a bed in the main, central room; and an extra bedroom. Cabin #2 has one queen bed and a full bed, cabin #4 has two full beds. Both cabins have one pull-out sofa, so if you don't mind double bunking, they could sleep 6.
The small cabins have one bed in the central room, and one pull-out sofa.