This Amish-built log cabin is located right on Payne Creek on the western flank of the Cabinet Mountains. It includes a fully-equipped kitchen and bath, living room, and a sleeping loft accessed by a spiral staircase. Also included are wireless internet and DVD/VHS player and library.
The cabin includes a fold-out queen futon in the living area and a queen size log bed and twin trundle in the loft. The recommended maximum guest arrangement:
1) 4 adults
2) 2 adults with up to 3 small children.
We love pets! There is no pet deposit. We only ask that they not be left alone in the cabin during your stay.
This is a cabin in the woods and so we do occasionally have mice. Because this is a pet-friendly cabin, we have a strict no-poison policy. We do the best we can to minimize the problem without poison, but we cannot guarantee that you will not see signs of them. We hope you understand and please consider this when selecting our cabin.
The 30 acre property is adjacent to the National Forest Service, and has over a mile of hiking trails through lush cedar-hemlock forest. Elk, deer, moose, black bears, and bald eagles are among many wild visitors to our property. A beautiful 60 foot waterfall on Payne Creek is just a 30 minute walk east into the National Forest Service.
Scenic Bull Lake is a half mile west, and boating and swimming access is available at Dorr Skeels National Forest Campground three miles northwest. The Bull River, just five miles south, has excellent trout fishing. The area has great hunting for elk, deer, moose, and turkey. There are several nearby trails into the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness area with access to beautiful glacial lakes.
Other nearby attractions include the lush old-growth cedar forest at Ross Creek Cedars Scenic area (eight miles west) and Kootenai Falls (18 miles northeast) which are the largest waterfalls between the Cascades and the Rockies. There are local cross country skiing trails. Nearby downhill ski resorts include Schweitzer Mountain (65 miles west) and Turner Mountain (50 miles north). Lake Pend Oreille is just 40 miles west in Idaho. The nearest major airport is in Spokane, Washington 140 miles west. Glacier National Park is a three hour drive east.
Each year there are three to five great traditional outdoor country music festivals at the Halfway House bar and grill just down the road.
The area is a favorite scenic bicycle tour destination. It is home to the annual Scenic Tour of the Kootenai River (STOKR) in May and the Cycle Hard for Education (CHaFE 150) tour.
There is great rafting on the Kootenai and Yaak rivers as well as seasonal rafting on several other streams. We can provide transportation and logistical support for raft trips.
Note: This is a cabin in the woods. We do get the occasional wild visitors including bears, dear, turkeys, and .....mice. We try to keep the cabin as free of mice as possible without the use of poison as we cater to dogs. We hope you understand and keep your foods sealed up at night to help minimize the problem.
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