Your spacious cabin is fully equipped for comfort and relaxation. Amenities include a hot shower, flushing toilet, and numerous beds to lay your head at rest. The heater keeps it nice and toasty on those cold winter nights. When the weather warms up, opening up a window for a cool breeze is always soothing.
Make your stay yours. Bring your own sleeping bag, blankets, pillows to make your stay with us as relaxing as possible. Each bed is outfitted with a mattress.
Numerous hiking trails include Toby's Hole, Lake Trail, Goldwater Lake Trail, and the infamous boulder pile.
Our private lake is closed to the public and is only available to our guests. With catfish, and bass you are sure to catch a fish or two. Catch and release only please, and no swimming. When you're not fishing you can enjoy wildlife that surrounds the lake, be it deer, squirrels, or the many different birds that frequent it.
We have a designated outside fireplace where you can enjoy a warm cup of hot cocoa, or gaze at the night sky while breathing in the fresh cool air from pines that surround us.
We recommend bringing a hammock as there are endless spots available to lay and relax in the calm forest.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Friendly Pines Cabin
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Camping at Friendly Pines brings back all the sentimental vibes about going to summer camp as a kid. Their cabins have bunks with thick comfy pads on them (bring a sleeping bag/pillow/towel/toiletries) and private bathrooms with showers (score!), as well as working outlets to recharge your electronics. The cabins are even heated for the chillier nights! As the name would imply, the staff is beyond friendly. They had about 30 horses while we were there (inquire about riding/interacting with them), tons of deer roaming around all through the day, a small, quiet lake, a treehouse, a jungle gym, disc golf baskets, fire pits that could host larger groups, and even an awesome outdoor fireplace (the list goes on!). Exploring the property was amazing, you won't be bored here for a second :)
My family (group of 10) had a blast at the Friendly Pines Camp. We stayed at the Log Cabin - which is just across the street from the main Friendly Pines Camp. The log cabin is HUGE and included with the reservation is two other small cabins nearby. Cabin was heated for the night, and there were portable fans if needed during the day.
It has a full kitchen with microwave. Has electric stove and also an old fashioned gas stove (we didn’t use gas stove). Main cabin had 8 toilets (1 for each room) - three of them with showers.
Johnathan and Tyler were very accommodating and visited 1-2 times a day to make sure we had what we needed, including a stock pile of wood for the fire.
On site was a tether ball, a single basketball net and a large bond fire gathering spot. There was lots of toilet paper, soap and hand sanitizer provided (but we really liked the mountain of firewood they provided)
Plenty of hiking trails - I definitely recommend you visit the camp’s private lake (15 minute hike).
The log cabin has a few other cabins nearby so we had to be careful not to walk on private property. But it was still very spacious for us.
We definitely plan to come back.