This was one of the best places I've ever had the privilege of staying. The staff was genuinely attentive to making sure I made the most of my stay. They take the time to get to know you and your activity comfort level and provide you with maps of "must see" trails, rivers, hot springs, etc. I appreciated the fact that they didn't just hand me a map, they explained it.
For accommodations, I stayed in the historic ranger's cabin. It is definitely large enough for a family, and although I was traveling solo, I enjoyed every moment of it - from the blazing fire in the stone fireplace to the sound of the river just outside the cabin. The cabin was spotless and fully equipped with kitchen utensils, pots, plates, towels and linens (very cozy, too!) The cabin was decorated with beautiful touches that you wouldn't expect such as a ceramic vase on top of the refrigerator, a down comforter with a gingham duvet cover, and a tin kettle of flowers on the mantle. Everyone...