Cabin #16, A Great Hand Hewn Log Cabin
Cabin #16 has two bedrooms each with two double beds; kitchen; bathroom and a large living room with a stone fireplace.
Cabin #16 is a great old cabin made of hand hewn logs with white chinking. Hardwood floors and an impressive field stone fireplace. Two bedrooms with two doubles in each. Also, a piano for those who play. This cabin is situated in a wooded area close to a playground area. There is a deck that covers two sides of the cabin. The area around this cabin is moss covered rock and ferns, very beautiful with a small yard.
Maximum occupancy: 8 people. Cabin occupancy includes babies, children, and adults.
Rates: $250.00/night or $1,050/week
~Testimonial~ "As usual - everything was GREAT. The cabin, the weather, the atmosphere and the people. That's why we've been coming for 20 years! See you soon!" - The Machi's
Items You Must Bring
- Bath towels, wash cloths, bath soap, shampoo
- Dish towels, dish soap
- Paper towels
Items You May Want To Bring
- Hatchet or axe, fire starters, matches
- Hot dog forks, Mountain Pie makers
- Outdoor identification guides
- Hiking boots, slippers, sandals, river shoes
- DVD’s, Video Games
- Frisbees, baseballs, bocce
Hiking Cook Forest State Park
The only way to see the best of the virgin timber is to hike. Longfellow Trail is used to reach other trails which lead deeper into the forest. This trail area is registered with the Nation Park Service s a National Natural Landmark. Being only 1.2 miles long it is one for everyone. The Rhododendron Trail enters at Tom’s Run near the Cook Forest Cabins renowned Indian Cabin area and passes through the main stand of timber to Forest Drive. This 1.6 mile trail goes over the famous swinging bridge. Seneca Trail is one of the favorites in Cooks Forest going from the Clarion River Bridge 1.2 miles to the scenic Seneca Point Fire Tower. Trail maps are available at the Park Office on River Road.