This was a little beautiful glen among the trees, magical feeling and beautiful. You need to be aware that it is in a residential neighborhood though, so it was not as secluded as I would have liked. Very buggy.... so I popped up a screen tent and was fine. A beautiful little spot to respite in!
This was a great spot ... but the land is steep and really hard to explore. I think if I had been there with more energy (rather than needing a lot of rest!), then I may have felt rather confined. Be ware the cabin is unfinished, which meant that there was insulation hanging over the sleeping area waiting for boards to go up. I had a great time, but it would have been good to know this beforehand.
This is a beautiful, sacred space to enjoy for some quite time and soaking in the spirits of the place. I have been twice now, and both times the quiet has taken me to a place of reflection and rejuvenation. Sleeping in the Tipi is a unique experience, and I even chose to sleep in it during a rain storm, hanging a tarp from the beams to channel the water off.
This is a special piece of land that is being lovingly restored.... both back to nature and to showcase the history of the land. There is lots to explore and great trails to hike. Myrna is a very welcoming and lovely host.... be sure to hang out by the camp fire at night to get to meet her! My son and I were there on Thanksgiving and were welcomed to dinner with the family. And Nitro (the dog) hikes with the two of us all over the place making my sons' day!