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The first being the last room in Morro Bay, CA on Memorial day weekend.
We had a "rustic" cabin, as it was the only one that allowed dogs. Yes, I understand rustic, but this past"cute and quaint".
You walk up a set of stairs with...More
The Olympic National Park in Washington Sate is a glorious place. I wish I could say the same about the A-frame 'rustic cabins' at Log Cabin Report on Lake Crescent. I didn't know rustic meant paint peeling off walls, termites everywhere, and no amenities other...More
I had a chance to stay here for 2 nights during my hike at Sol Duc fall and Hurricane Ridge at Olympic National Park. My experience of this place was amazing! The lake side lodge or cabin offer a great outdoor experience with great exploration...More
Amazing location; fabulous views; friendly staff - we loved our stay here. We rented a rustic sleep cabin, which was basic (as described on the website) but clean, functional and suited our needs perfectly. With hind sight, a cabin with a kitchenette would have been...More
We reserved RV sites months in advance with friends and were promised we'd have lakeside sites together. Upon arriving we were told no sites together, and no lakeside. Their RV/tent sites are awful and crowded. THEN upon checking out we discover they've double charged our...More
We just left after spending a week at Log Cabin Resort. The sites are tight, as mentioned by other reviewers. We were fortunate to have a site on the lake side and our space had room for our trailer and 2 tents. Had it not... More
We just left after spending a week at Log Cabin Resort. The sites are tight, as mentioned by other reviewers. We were fortunate to have a site on the lake side and our space had room for our trailer and 2 tents. Had it not been for the neighbors and all of their family members on each side of us that constantly walked thru our site, we would have enjoyed it more. Why do people do that? Anyway, try to get a site on the lake, or creekside for more privacy.
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"Reservations 1 year in advance, the main lodge looked better"