The Corn Flower Cabin’s bright and cheerful interior and comfortable furnishings provide a relaxing setting and base of operations for a short stay or for a longer run. A complete kitchen allows the best of chefs to cook up gourmet food or opt for grill cuisine on the patio grill. For more than two people, the living area includes a full pull out couch. Bountiful wildlife can be seen routinely from the covered porch looking out on Cobbler Mountain. If you are bringing horses, you can keep an eye on them in their run in sheds from the back porch.
The Goldfinch Cabin (named for an abundance of the brightly feathered birds that call Turtle Brook home) is slightly larger than its neighbor and shares many of its attributes. Its signature feature is a large, rustic front porch overlooking the intimate Turtle Brook valley and Cobbler Mountain.
The many hiking trails and old logging roads on Cobbler are easily accessible from each cabin and include access to the national forest for both hikers and riders.
Both cabins easily accommodate maneuvering and parking for both cars and trailers.