My wife and were in the area for a wedding on a family farm and stayed in cabin #2 from April 17-20, 2014. Being from out-of-state, not being familiar with the park and not quite knowing what to expect for a "cabin", we were duly impressed. The cabin was rustic in style but clean and well maintained with a spacious living area and kitchen. There are plenty of windows for natural light and enough lamps for more than adequate evening light. The heat/a-c/thermostat is modern and kept us warm on the 40F+ degree nights.
One bedroom was average size with a full bed and the other was quite small with two twin beds and a narrow isle in between. I think that these beds may have been smaller than twin to fit in the narrow room but they were fine for sleeping. There is no nightstand or dresser in the smaller room and this is my only niggle. The kitchen was full size with an electric 4-burner stove, full size refer, microwave, ample counter space, a dinette for four, and every pot/pan/cooking utensil/dish/plate/flatware/glassware/etc needed to cook-in. We had breakfast there every morning and were quite comfortable.
The stone back porch of cabin #2 is about 20-feet from the beautiful lake with an iron grill-stand common to most state/federal parks. The cabins seem quite remote, meaning that they are spaced far enough apart that one is not readily aware that other people are around.
Since we were there for a wedding and family-time we spent most of our time on the family farm but with our great experience in the cabin we would definitely come back to Fairy Stone State Park to take advantage of the rest of the activities available.
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