Cabin Specs

Sleeps: 5
Bedrooms: 2
Bed: 2 Queens, 1 twin rollaway
Baths: 2 
Fireplace: Electric
Fire Pit: Yes
Hot Tub: Yes
Dishwasher: No
Washer & Dryer: Yes
Pets: No

Charcoal Grill, WiFi, Satellite, Horseshoes & Rain shower, Backs up to national forest

Sleeps 5 – Nestled against undeveloped forestry land, Forest’s Edge offers relaxation for a pair of couples or a small family. It is a roomy 2 bedrooms with queen beds and a roll away twin. Completed in 2016, it has all of the latest amenities. An electric fireplace for ambiance, private covered hot tub, satellite television, WiFi, outdoor bean bag throw, washer & dryer, charcoal grill, granite countertops, and large walk-in rain shower. Living life on the edge? How about the Forest’s Edge!

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