There are 60 acres for you to explore. Twelve are across the street a sliver along the road that brings you from Rt. 36. There is this rustic cabin, and a trailer and tent camping areas all on the eastern half of the property, however you can't see any from one another.
Small firepit next to picnic table outside along a stream, which may be gushing or a trickle depending on weather and time of year. Quite shaded for the most part and downstairs of cabin is cool on hottest day.
Great for outdoors people who want to bicycle, hike, snow shoe, or kayak on Red Bank Rail Trail or Creek. It goes 50 miles til it meets the Allegheny River. If you need a ride to shuttle let us know, we may be able to help. People who have stayed through another site seem to like it even though there is no running water or electricity. Quite Rustic. If you have a large outdoor group rent cabin and trailer and benefit from the verious perks of both, like room for bikes downstairs of cabin and crockpot of stew after snow shoeing at trailer. However the wood stove in the cabin cooks up some good eggs. I have a cohost who helps greet you when I am not available and she sells fresh eggs if you'd like some.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Forest Breathing at Rustic Cabin
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very rustic, host was very prompt with communications, i felt totally safe and overall a very easy and peaceful experience. would recommend and would return to explore/enjoy the area more!
We loved our stay here! It was the sweetest little place in the woods. The kids loved the creek and getting fresh water from the spring! I wish we had more time to spend, we will definitely be back!