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Lodging & Other Indoor Overnight Facilities


Cabins & Group Lodges:

State and/or local hotel/motel tax is added to cabin rates. No pets, other than animals for aiding physically challenged persons, are permitted in park buildings; they are not allowed in or around the cabin areas.

Limited Use Cabins:

Lodges & San Solomon Springs Court:

Group Barracks and Bunkhouses:

Group Dining and Recreation Halls that allow Overnight Occupancy:

Yurts (Shelters with Amenities):

Yurts were originally used by Mongolian Sheepherders in the desert because of ease of setup and transportation. Each yurt has a double/single bunk bed with mattresses, fold out sofa, a microwave, and a night stand. Outside is a picnic table, fire ring, and water spigot.

Winterized Screened Shelters:

Screened Shelters:

Single structure with table, electricity, outside grill or fire ring, water(no indoor plumbing), paved or gravel parking for two vehicles. Maximum of 8 persons per shelter.

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