Currently Burney Falls Campground offers two types of log cabins for rent. The two-person goes for $65/night and the 4-6 person for $85 a night. If the campground closes due to budget cuts, these will be removed by the company leasing them out. These are very basic with only bunk beds with hard cushion and a good propane heater in each.
I recommend taking at least a small table with two chairs for the inside of the cabin and two folding chairs for the small porch. The cost is quite high for such a basic cabin, as a motel in town runs about the same. The advantage of these cabins is they are inside the park and allow for outdoor camp cooking. There is a picnic table outside each with the usual water faucet nearby. There is no electricity so a propane camp light is important. Bathrooms/showers are located in usual designated areas. The best part was not having to set up a tent after a long drive and we stayed dry during a rain shower. Next time two of us would book the larger cabin as it has a separate, small bedroom with two double bunks and a separate equal size living area.
The top bunk beds are rather high so this senior opted for the lower bunk bed and placed the extra cushions on the floor for the hubbie.
Choose a cabin away from the road with the noisy log trucks down-shifting. Overall, we enjoyed the great outdoors and the beautiful falls.
We plan to return in the spring for more fishing and hiking.
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