Point Cabins

Each of the ten non-winterized cabins on the wooded point is carpeted and has a picture window view of the water. Electric baseboard heat warms these roomy 18 by 24 foot spaces with built-in bunk units, dressers, bookcases and a table. All Point Cabins share a large, divided washhouse. The standard maximum occupancy for each cabin is eight. Roll-away beds and/or cribs can be added to accommodate larger numbers of people, though it does make sleeping quarters tighter.

 

Point Cabin 4 is typical of these identical cabins nestled among the cedars, connected by gravel paths. Each entrance is on the wooded side, next to an outside light, and there is at least one window one each wall.
image by John Egleston

 

 

 

Point Cabin 2 shows one of four corners in the usual sleeping configuration: single beds on the floor, each partially under a bunked single.
image by John Egleston

 

 

 

Point Cabins can also be set up for couples or families.
image by John Egleston

 

 

 

 

 

The washhouse is situated near the middle of the rough horseshoe of cabins around the wooded tip of the point. Its larger section serves men; a smaller section is normally designated for women.
image by John Egleston

 

 

 

 

Point Cabin 8 is tucked in amid the fall foliage on the left. This view is from Prayer Beach, a popular spot for campfires. Whitefish Point is on the right, connected by the isthmus.
image by John Egleston

 

 

 

 

The Point Cabins blend into the wooded tip of Old Mill Point, near the Meeting House (left) and Prayer Beach (right). The isthmus leading to Whitefish Point starts at the upper right of this aerial view.
image by Deni Hoogland and DeAnne Batterbee