1 Full Bed and 2 Cots
This rustic cabin overlooking a creek with a frog marsh nearby to lull you to sleep. This cabin is perfect for people looking for a primitive experience but with the comforts of an insulated space - Cozy Camping.
The Clark has 1 Full Bed with linens and a bunk cot for 2. It sits above a wet weather creek, has it's own grill and firepit and is close to the shared pavilion and port-a-potty.
Be sure to bring your own sleeping bags or bedding for cots, along with drinking water. There are several battery powered lanterns in the cabin, but utilities / electricity are not available.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. Fry Camp is a primative camp area and there a no utilities available which means no electricity and no potable water. We do have a portable toilet which is a very nice convenience and a non-potable water catchment system provides some water for washing and cleaning.
Since no utilities are available typical showers are not possible but during wet weather months many campers will take advantage of one of the water falls or creeks to get a quick (brisk) shower.
In warm months we may have battery operated fans available to help cool the cabin. In colder months small propane heaters will take the edge off of the colder nights. Our cabins are well insulated and beautiful but it is always best to bring proper clothing for camping in the season you will be visiting us in.