This cozy log cabin, fronting a scenic waterfall on the outskirts of civilization, offers swimming holes, hiking trails, mountain climbing, whitewater rafting & kayaking, fishing and quiet solitude - all without sacrificing the comforts of home.
Overlooks a scenic waterfall & swimming hole in its 'back yard'!
A log cabin all to yourselves, secluded on 25 acres of woodland, with 2,500 feet of prime, whitewater river frontage, surrounded on thee sides by tens of thousands of acres of protected wilderness.
Interaction with guests
We are a phone call away, and have a property manager nearby if you have needs we cannot fulfill remotely. Otherwise, you'll have all the privacy and solitude anybody could ask for.
Other things to note
During summer months, the cabin rents Saturday to Saturday only, at $1,199/week + tax & fees. In early June and early fall, we accept guests for a minimum of three days at $199/day or $1,199/week + tax & fees.
Please note that linens are available, but not part of the base rental fee. Our property management company can quote linen rentals, as a separate transaction, or guests can bring their own.
No smoking and no pets, please.
I'd rather be in Maine. For now, I'm in exile - following a newspaper career that has taken me from Connecticut to Washington state to Wisconsin to Iowa to North Carolina. My sanctuary, however, is a modest cabin in Maine's "100-Mile Wilderness", along a 2,500-foot stretch of cascading whitewater. You can see why I love it there by googling "Big Wilson Camp".
A journalist by education, I started out in the business as a reporter and editor, but wound up managing the technical services & manufacturing side of newspaper publishing. I still write freelance articles & columns for trade magazines, am a published, award-winning science fiction author, and I fill up the rest of my free time working as a writing mentor at Methodist University.
My wife, Tricia, is a real estate agent & broker, serving the Carolina Sand Hills and vicinity.
We have two grown sons and are adjusting to life as "empty nesters". One son, Jeremy, is attending college at Lehman University in NY after a stint in security forces in the U.S Air Force, serving in Belgium. The other son, Joel, graduated from Iowa State University, and works for a county sheriff's department in NC as a jailer.