The cabins are not for those looking for feather bed and breakfast. These are one step above a Yurt which is one step above a large tent.
The three identical cabins were built by the CCC in the 1930's and have electricity for refrigeration and cooking. Each has a toilet but no bathing facilities and four single bunks. I was surprised to find they had hot water though.
We stayed in cabin 1 which was clean but weathered. The cabins are in good repair which is tough given the environment in South Jersey in the woods.
- It smells like a fire. This is because the fireplace is the only source of heat and has no flue. the cabins are closed November through March but April-May can be chilly. No flue means you can see light coming through the chimney - and rain.
- The refrigerator is missing shelves and the doors are missing guards which prevent your food from falling on the floor every time you open the door.
- No heat
- No Shower
- Carpenter Bees or Termites. Something was creating a lot of saw dust above the front door.
All pictures here
Here are some pictures I found of the cabins 30 years ago. No much has changed.