Absolutely recommend! I had a wonderful stay at the writer's cabin. John was incredibly reliable and quick with communication from the beginning (and well facilitated through HipCamp's text set-up) and throughout the stay. The cabin had more resources than we expected: there's a bunk bed that has a twin on top and a full futon on the bottom. There are chairs and tables and a kitchen with: a cast iron pan, 2 pots, 2 very large pots, and a kettle. Silverware and cups and dishes are all there! I would recommend bringing: a good cutting knife, your own pillows and bedding (though there are a couple extra sleeping bags there). The view is terrific. The only downside I can think of is that there is some sound from the highway, which is a ways away but I think comes up due to the valley in front of the cabin. It is not intrusively loud, it is just a reminder that you are not absolutely in solitude with the trees. We were there for NYE but it wasn't snowing and not super cold, nonetheless good to know that you can go in winter and the wood-stove will provide the needed heat! My dog ran around off leash happy and free! Also, there is reception, though we chose to digitally detox and use no electronics! It was all great.