Stream Side Cabins
Included in membership is the use of three streamside cabins. Each cabin is located in a spectacular location with breathtaking scenery and within casting distance of the club’s rivers. These cabins are far away from any artificial lighting and are probably seen by more
moose than people during the course of a year so you’re sure to experience complete solitude as you enjoy the most star-filled sky you’ve ever seen. They are rustic in nature, with no running water or electricity, and provide you the opportunity to step back in time and imagine yourself in the shoes of the early trappers and explorers that discovered North Park 150 years ago. The cabins are all accessible by vehicle and contain cots, tables, chairs, some counter space and outhouses, but you’ll need to bring your own water, bedding, cooking items (stove, utensils, etc), food, and any other items necessary for camping in a remote setting. Think of the cabins as camping in a hard-sided, dry tent and prepare accordingly.
The cabins must be reserved in advance by calling the club office. Club members are entitled to use the cabins for ten nights during the season but the length of stay is limited to a maximum of five nights for any one visit.
The Richard’s Cabin is located on the North Fork of the North Platte River and in the shadow of the Continental Divide. It is ideally suited for up to 4 people.
The Mace Cabin is a restored settlers’ log cabin located on the banks of the upper Canadian River. It is ideally suited for groups up to 4 people.
The Stelbar Cabin is located on the banks of the Illinois River and is newer construction. It is smaller than the other cabins and sleeps 2 people. All cabins require an advance reservation with the club office and length of stay is limited to no more than five consecutive nights.