I'm rather shocked at Dani's review-- and it is in sharp contrast to the reviews from many other guests we have had from Airbnb. We heard no complaints from her, and much of the detail is inaccurate.
We do not provide linens in the rustic cabins; guests are specifically told to bring their own. We do have fitted sheets as dust covers, and they are changed between every guest. The floors are swept and appliances cleaned between each guest.
The fire ring for the cabin is not near a streetlight. There is only one campsite near the cabin, and that fire ring is near an area light, they may have used that one instead.
There was another electric cabin available, had they expressed any unhappiness with the one they were in. But their only request was to switch to one of the cabins that overlooks the creek, which happens to be non-electric.
The cabin is physically in very good condition, and was constructed by Mennonite craftsmen. The walls are not bowed, and I can't imagine what would look "run down" to a guest.
Most of our guests comment on how *uncrowded* the campground is. There is only one campsite visible or even anywhere near from Cabin C, and it is rarely used. The campsites and cabins are spread out throughout the campground, averaging one-third of an acre per campsite or cabin.
There were only three other campers on the entire grounds that weekend, so it is hard to imagine why she thought that cars were going by frequently.
We have gone to great lengths to create a campground that is as close to nature as possible. There is no asphalt or concrete on the campground, the forest is virtually untouched, and the whitewater stream is never more than a minute's walk away. We invite any Airbnb guest to experience what many have described as a "gem of nature", with the assurance that anyone who lets us know after arriving that it does not meet their expectations can receive a full refund.