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Overnight lodging

log-sided cabin with beach towels hanging off porch

Overnight lodging

Want to go camping but want to pack a little lighter or have a roof over your head? There are many overnight lodging options available, from cabins, yurts and safari-style tents to lodges and cottages with many of the amenities of home.

New "shrinking" 6-month booking window for overnight lodging began Nov. 1

To help streamline camping and overnight lodging reservations, we're shortening the reservation window for overnight lodging from 12 to six months. To move to the new six-month window with as little disruption as possible, the “shrinking” booking window (reducing a month at a time) began Nov. 1 and will fully go into effect May 1, 2024. The table outlines the new timeline:

Reservation made in: Latest reservation arrival date: Booking window
November 2023 Oct. 31, 2024 Less than 12 months
December 2023 Oct. 31, 2024 Less than 11 months
January 2024 Oct. 31, 2024 Less than 10 months
February 2024 Oct. 31, 2024 Less than 9 months
March 2024 Oct. 31, 2024 Less than 8 months
April 2024 Oct. 31, 2024 Less than 7 months
*May 1, 2024 Nov. 1, 2024 6 months

*Full implementation of the 6-month booking window.

Rustic cabins

Typically, rustic cabins are located on quiet sites with waterside views and accommodate 2 to 24 people. They are outfitted with beds or bunks, a table, chairs, brooms and a propane heater or wood stove for heat. You must supply your own bedding, dishes and cookware. A vault toilet is located nearby.

Camper cabins

These 400-square-foot cabins are often located on scenic lots overlooking lakes, bays and rivers. Typically, the cabins sleeps up to six and they're outfitted with two sets of bunk beds, a futon, electrical outlets, shelves for food and supplies, a fire circle and picnic tables. You must supply your own bedding, dishes and cookware. Showers and bathroom facilities are located nearby.

Lodges

Lodges offer a few more amenities such as full indoor restrooms with showers, kitchens with appliances and multiple bedrooms for a more upscale camping experience. Bathrooms are included inside the unit.

Yurts

Yurts are sturdy, tent-like structures made with insulated canvas exteriors and interior wood latticework. They are outfitted with tables, chairs, bunkbed, armoires, a woodstove (with cooktop) and small propane grills (propane not included). You must supply your own bedding, dishes and cookware. Showers and bathroom facilities are located nearby.

Pop-up and hybrid campers

Campers come with some camping necessities for a hassle-free camping experience.

Find pop-up campers at the following locations:

RV rentals

Additionally, there are many small businesses that offer camping unit and RV rentals in state parks and recreation areas.

Unique overnight & meeting space

We also have a handful of modern meeting and conference center facilities paired with or near overnight lodging. Check out these outdoor-inspired facilities.