Cabin has a loft for sleeping. Floor of cabin is concrete and often wet in winter.Heat rises from wood stove through steep ladder opening so loft stays warmer and dry. No electricity or running water.There are 60 acres for you to explore. There are three camp sites on the 60 acres but all are onthe eastern half of the property, howeveryou can't see any from one another. ThereContinue reading...
Cabin has a loft for sleeping. Floor of cabin is concrete and often wet in winter. Heat rises from wood stove through steep ladder opening so loft stays warmer and dry. No electricity or running water. There are 60 acres for you to explore. There are three camp sites on the 60 acres but all are on the eastern half of the property, however you can't see any from one another. There is a pink trail to follow as a loop to Red Bank Creek and up through open forest to be completed by cabin.
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 various 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, pancakes, and bacon. 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 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Red bank creek bike trail starts in brookville. parking across from giant eagle. ride 6 miles to town of baxter, go a little fa...Read more
In red bank creek at western edge of property. can also canoe down and fish creek from watercraft. most fishermen wade by canoe...Read more
On property and allegheny national forest and clear creek state park and more.
We put in from ramp in town of brookville three miles away. go downsteam to summerville. last stretch is very beautiful. yester...Read more
Snow shoe or x- country ski.
In town at walter dick park or deep enough in red bank creek in certain spots. our section along river is relatively shallow an...Read more
Further down from where we usually paddle at new bethlehem and seasonally on our river section.
Doe and fawn reported by last guest next to cabin. we always see deer. last night a skunk crossed our path, 2 baby raccoons, an...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Rustic Cabin in Pennsylvania.
Reported to be one on property but have never found it.
River, stream or creek
Red bank creek meets up with alleghany river in about 50 miles. clarion river has power boats and two ramps, also other watercr...Read more
Past our property in bend of river by large rocks.
Stream in front of cabin runs through the property to red bank creek
Parking for more than one vehicle on left side of drive. careful coming into drive off of main road as spring rains tends to wa...Read more
Places to see near Rustic Cabin with Sleeping Loft
The vibe at Rustic Cabin
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Wonderful and gracious hosts! Upon arrival the bonfire wood are all nicely cut and stacked. Everything as described were provided. Only several minutes away from Interstate 80. Ask Co-Host Judy about her Duck eggs, they are delicious! Thanks Linda and Co-host Judy! Can't wait to return in the future!