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    New to the forum, hopefully you guys have some suggestions for me 'cause i'm completely lost ha

    Me and a couple of my friends (probably a group of 8) are looking to head out into the mountains this summer. After last years debacle (rain and hail the size of golfballs) we decided we'd rather rent a cabin for a couple nights. We're completely open to area suggestions but have a few 'musts'

    we'd like:

    mountains (great views)
    hiking trails
    lake (on the water would be ideal)
    cabins that have electricity, bathrooms, shower, etc (kitchen is a plus, grill is ok)

    we're located in CNJ on the shore so anywhere within a 6 hour radius is something we'd consider.

    We're looking into the adirondacks (lake placid, any other great places to check?), the catskills, the poconos

    again, we're open to any suggestions (and they don't have to be those 3 locations listed above)

    thanks for your help!

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    Not so sure about mountains as I haven't been there sense I was a tot but Cooks forest or parkers damn. One of those two rents out cabins. they are both located in Pennsylvania. If you want serious mountains go to West virginia.

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    Hey, you can rent cabins in either, Cooks forest or Parkers Dam. I haven't been to either one in years and have forgotten which has cabin rentals
    they are both located in Pennsylvania. If you want some real hills and mountains you'll need to go to central PA or West virginia.

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    Hey Littlefish,log cabins for sale in north carolina
    Thanks for the advice,used your info while inquiring, it helped.
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    Check out Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park in NY near Cooperstown. They rent cottages, but they only have a couple ponds. All of your other musts are covered, the kitchen even has utensils and dishes (according to the website). Cooperstown has lots to offer, Baseball hall of fame, Otsego lake, Ommegang brewery, etc. Good luck.

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    Sorry so late in seeing this and hope you've already made your plans by now since it can be hard to get reservations as the season starts. Still this info may be of use at another time .

    Taughannock Falls, Buttermilk Falls State Parks I've been to and can heartily recommend. There's actually quite a lot of NYS parks with cabins and varying prices and amenities.

    Here's the complete list:

    http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/nysp...guide2011/#/92

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