Private cabin on a 30-acre pine forest with wood stove, cook stove, basic kitchen, dining room, sofa and chairs and loft area for sleeping.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
The vibe at Cabin in the Pines
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If you want a truly off grid peaceful retreat, I would definitely recommend this cabin! It is still roughing it...camping with walls. There is no power and the pipes are frozen in the winter so no showers. It may be more of a summer escape for people. There is an outhouse and plenty of firewood to keep warm. The cabin has a couch and a pull out bed with a tub of sleeping bags. I would recommend bringing your own bedding. There is a small kitchenette with a camp stove, plenty of cups and plates. It's kind of a photographers dream with those windows! The lighting was awesome.
Cabin in the Pines is an amazing experience and not anyone who needs TLC. The cabin does not have running water (there is some outside) or electricity, which was a wonderful treat for me during a week long adventure throughout Oregon and Northern California.
Crystal was a wonderful host who met me at the property to show me around and tell me about some trails and the area. The cabin is simplistic and quiet, which is perfect for someone looking to read, write, play music, or do some soul searching.
Would definitely recommend if you're the kind of traveler that doesn't require 5 star amenities.
We highly recommended cabin in the pines if you are looking to getaway from the city or your everyday busy life and want to enjoy Mother Nature. Crystal was very helpful at 11pm when we got lost and needed to call her. The directions listed are accurate so if you decide to use your phones map pay attention once you get to Godowa Springs especially if you are on Drew rd. The cabin has all the camping essentials plus more. We drove to Crater lake in roughly 1 1/2 hours and then next day to upper Klamath falls lake to canoe. We plan to come back :)
This was the perfect little rustic retreat. I wanted to take the dogs out exploring for their birthdays and decided on doing a loop from Portland to Crater Lake to Bend. This was nestled conveniently close enough to our route. This place had far more than I anticipated in supplies. Lots of vintage and cute detail. There are also pretty mountainous forest views from the cabin, which was a surprise! What a gem of a place tucked away out there. I enjoyed the off the grid feel but with all the additional comforts provided. Definitely check it out if you are looking to set up shop for a few days to decompress or explore the surrounding nature.