Donley Cabin is a primitive and historic structure in the heart of the Cherokee National Forest, offering visitors a glimpse of the past. The cabin does not have electricity, running water or locks on the door. Guests should be aware that visitors often frequent the cabin during tours of the area. It predates the Civil War and is among the oldest cabins available for rental in the Forest Service system. The cabin offers access to a variety of recreational activities, including numerous trails and streams. Visitors must walk a quarter-mile from the parking area, along a slight grade and over a bridge on the North River, to the cabin. All equipment must be carried in. Guests are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring many of their own amenities.
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Bed(s), Berry Picking, Biking, Birding, Bunkbed(s), Campfire Rings, Fireplace, Fishing, Grills, Hiking, Hunting, River Access, Swimming, Table & Chairs, Trailheads, Wildlife Viewing, Canoeing, Fish Hatchery
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