Our 120 square foot cabin has a generous deck overlooking our pond. Watch carefully and you'll see turtles basking in the sun and an occasional jumping Rainbow Trout. Guest are welcome to explore in the canoe, go for a swim, and enjoy several diving rocks.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Pond Cabin
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What a wonderful place to spend a night or a few days. Completely off the grid, the Pond and Log Cabin are located on a beautiful property in the Trinity National Forest. The owners have taken great care in providing electricity, running water, and even WI-FI. Would recommend to anyone looking to get away for a few days, or passing through the area. Will definitely be back.
It's a rustic cabin with views of nature from each side. The gated deck was perfect for our 2 year old explorer; we could enjoy the pond view, and starry evenings while he stayed confined. It's an easygoing place, and the site manager, Joe, was an unexpected treat- he was able to answer any question we had to put this nervous mama's fear to rest (no poisonous snakes this time of year, no poison oak, ivy, or sumac). The Pond cabin itself has a sink and table, but there is also a communal fire pit that housed pots and pans, plus plates. We did bring our own bedding, but the host did have bedding available. We would like to stay there again, next time bringing a French press instead of a coffee pot to not deplete stored power. 🙄
While the property itself was beautiful, the experience was incredibly unsatisfactory. Many of the photos shown were not actually photos of the cabin itself, but other permant structures that people live in full time. The grounds were unkept, and there was trash and junk strewn everywhere. But beyond all of that, the thing that made the weekend unbearable was the yellowjackets. Hundreds and hundreds of yellow jackets swarming inside and outside the cabin. Joe, the host, came down the first night and heavily sprayed poison on several nests he located on the cabin itself, however, it didn’t even dent the problem. I left after the first night because I was unable to wash a dish or cook a meal without being swarmed by hundreds of aggressive yellowjackets. Unfortunately I will not be back or be recommending this property to others.
Horrible experience. The property looks abandone and buldings were falling apart and filthy. We arrived and were shocked to discover the state of the property, and soon realized the cabin we rented was being occupied, old dog food, dirty dishes, clothing, bed sheets and a broken chair could be seen inside the cabin. I contacted the host but have not heard from him. I did not feel safe and decided to leave. Please stay away!!!!