Blakeley Park Adds Log Cabins To Public Outdoor Experience

Historic Blakeley State Park is showcasing its latest amenity, two newly constructed and furnished log cabins nestled among the trees of the 2,000-acre forested historic site. They unveiled the cabins with a ribbon cutting Monday, December 11.

Named for two prominent early settlers of the 1814 town of Blakeley, the Sibley and Peters log cabins are designed to accommodate families with special needs members. "By placing the cabins in a pristine wilderness setting, making them easily accessible by ramps, and adding large decks, we hope to bring the outdoor experience to more families,” Blakeley Park Director Mike Bunn. He also pointed out the cabins have convenient access to Blakeley’s extensive trail system.

A half-loft provides extra sleeping space for larger families. Each cabin also features a large deck picnic table and charcoal grill to help you enjoy the great outdoors during your stay. 

For more information on the cabins including rates, visit their website

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