Clear Water Creek is a three bedroom and two bath cabin located in Timber Creek Trails North that makes you feel right at home. You don’t have to hike from your vehicle to the cabin, you can park right up to the front steps. The front porch wraps around on one side to a spacious back deck where you will be coaxed into the hot tub. Downstairs the large master suite is furnished with a king size bed and provides a beautiful master bath with a walk-in closet. The second large bedroom is equipped with a king size bed and the guest bathroom is right next door. Upstairs you will find a very spacious room with one full size bed, a twin size trundle bed, kid’s games, and movies.
The Elk Horn is located on the head Yashaw Creek (water is seasonal) and is a refreshing place as mentioned by the owner and author of the above poem. The Elk Horn offers a relaxing environment reminiscent of a Rocky Mountain Lodge. The Elk Horn is has a sister cabin to The Cherokee Maiden which is located next to it. Also located close to each of these cabins is The Red Fox Den. Enjoy the greeting of the replica bugling elk as you arrive at the lodge. The cabin is rustic yet modern with three bedrooms a pullout couch and a full kitchen. Everything you need except for food, drinks and charcoal are provided with this lodge for your perfect family getaway.
Wild Horse is secluded and located directly overlooking Fork Creek and small babbling waterfall flowing below it. A popular outside attraction is the large outside decks including a tiered deck directly overlooking the creek. The Gazebo, with privacy hot tub, also overlooks the creek and is another popular attraction. The cabin has plenty of space for vehicle and trailer parking in addition to a circular drive-through. Wild Horse’s amenities and decks will be the real treat of your stay. The cabin portrays a rustic aura with yellow pine paneling, blue stain pine ceilings, beautiful circle-sawn oak floors, red oak cabinetry, and an auto-light gas log fireplace.
Big Lost is secluded and located on a 30-foot bluff with Fork Creek wrapping around it. Yellow pine walls, blue stain pine ceilings, beautiful circle-sawn oak floors, and a rock fireplace add to its aura. A popular attraction is the many decks and tiered deck system which are built on the bluff overlooking the creek. The Gazebo with privacy hot tub also overlooks the creek. The cabin’s covered entrance is emboldened with large timber beams, the living areas are spacious, and the bedrooms large. The bedroom furniture and tables are handmade and beautifully crafted from native Eastern Cedar logs. The kitchen, with a two-level bar has all the cookware, utensils, dinnerware, and appliances of a typical home.