|Weekday Price Discount: The cabin rents for $50 a night Sunday through Thursday nights.|
This authentic log cabin was constructed in 1938-39 by William and Francis Rolston and John and Ruth Gaskin. It is one of the few remaining examples in continual use within the state parks of Michigan. Located in the woods next to a secluded pond, the cabin is semi-rustic; it has electricity, lights, a kitchen with a stove and refrigerator and table and chairs. A fold out couch is on the main level and four more pallets are available in the loft. Total capacity is six adults. Just outside is a hand pump for water and an outhouse. Firewood is provided by the park. Visitors need to bring cookware, flashlights, bedding and anything else needed during the stay.