North Fork Tipi was absolutely amazing. All of our friends and dogs loved the space and Karen was so sweet! The space is huge which let the dogs run around and play fetch, but it's also literally right next to a little creek so they were able to run in it to cool down. Karen loved our pack of dogs (8 to be exact) and we're so grateful we were able to stay at North Fork!
Sun and Raven are a little more separated from the remaining 3 tipis, which was perfect for our friend group who rented both! 10/10 would visit again.
We had a great stay at the hut. We originally had a 2 night stay planned, but because of weather, we only were able to stay 1. Hiking to the hut in winter is incredibly difficult. The only reason we were able to find it was because of google maps gps location, and the 3 of us are very experienced hikers. It is about 2 miles to get to the hut but the trail after the 2nd gate is pretty much non-existent, at least in winter.
When we arrived at the hut we were very impressed and excited. It's extremely cute and once you get the wood stove up and running, it stays shockingly warm! The loft areas can sleep 3 people comfortably, 4 if two really want to snuggle. If you're not a fan of heights, this may not be the best option for you as the ladder to the lofts is a bit wiggly.
We really enjoyed our trip, but there were a couple things we were a little concerned about. There is a spot in the floor that is EXTREMELY weak. There's a piece of plywood over it, but the plywood is broken and has some nails sticking out of it which with our dogs, wasn't very safe. There also was a bunch of repair supplies(?) in the hut which took up quite a bit of space. We moved everything into a corner, but we weren't expecting it.
Overall, this is a great place to go to if you're looking for a technology free weekend. It's cozy, remote, and in a beautiful area. We had a great trip and definitely have an adventure to remember!