Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018
Very beautiful cabin, several trails to walk along, extremely friendly staff. The kitchen is fully equipped, but you'll need to bring everything food-wise, including salt.
During the winter, they will provide some fire wood. It might be one bundle/day you stay. Additional fire wood can be purchased for around $4-$5 a bundle.
The cabins also have satellite TV, an iron and ironing board, towels, linens, deck, and grill. The visitor's center had charcoal for sale along with a couple of food items (like ketchup or mustard), some medicine, and souvenirs.
The trails are extremely long, and hunting is allowed along one of them, so if you plan to hike the whole thing, bring an orange vest.
I will warn you, most people have zero cell service at the park. AT&T seemed to be the only one that worked. Also, the nearest Walmart is about half an hour away in Alma, so don't be like me and think, "I'll just go to the store after I get there so I can see what I need."
Regardless, I enjoyed my stay. It's a nice place for a day trip or an overnight stay.