What is at the cabin and what you should bring
At the Cabin:
All cabins provide dishes, cups, silverware, and sleeping mattresses/beds for the capacity of the cabin. Kitchens have basic cooking utensils, pots, pans, bowls.
Cabin Renter Log Book
First aid kit - basic supplies. If you need special items, please bring them with you.
Basic cleaning supplies
If there is a wood stove or fireplace - splitting maul and bow saws
Primitive cabins are limited to the items listed above.
Amenities depend on the cabin. Some semi-primitive cabins have electricity, therefore, the cabin may have lamps, refrigerator, stove, microwave. Other cabins may have water which may include water available in the kitchen and possibly an indoor bathroom. The Cabin Direction Sheet that is sent with the cabin key will include specific details on what is available.
Amenities depend on the cabin. All modern cabins have indoor bathrooms with shower, sink and toilet. The kitchen includes stove with oven and refrigerator and freezer. Some include dishwasher, microwave, toaster oven, and coffee maker. Modern cabins will have electricity and lights. Only Dunlodge includes a clothes washer and dryer.
What you should bring:
The list of items will vary depending on the type of cabin, modern, primitive, semi-primitive, that you will stay at. In general, we recommend the following:
- Battery powered flashlight, headlamps - even for modern cabins as you may need it for nighttime arrival.
- Toilet paper, toiletries, towels
- Dish washing liquid, sponge, dish towels, trash bags
- Sleeping bags, pillows, sheets and/or blankets
Primitive and Semi-primitive cabins
- Water purifier
- Camping or backpacking stove