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Salt Fork State Park Cabins

Enjoy an upgraded cabin experience in the heart of Salt Fork State Park. Our two-bedroom chalet, lakeside, and hillside cabins are tastefully decorated, fully furnished and include the modern amenities you need for a comfortable stay. Amenities available in every cabin include central air conditioning, cable television, full kitchen, fire ring, two parking spaces, a view of the serene lake, and much more! And, enjoy gas fireplaces and hot tubs in the chalet cabins.  Click HERE to book your stay.

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or, reserve by phone:

1 (800) 282-7275

Things to Know

– All Salt Fork cabins are serviced prior to your arrival, but do not include daily maid service. We will, however, provide you with fresh linens and sundries upon request during your stay.
– Each kitchen includes a large refrigerator with freezer, a stove/oven, sink, ample countertop space, numerous cabinets, microwave, coffee maker, and automatic can opener.
– Prior to each new guest arrival, the hot tub is completely drained and cleaned prior to refilling. Water temperature is set between 100 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
– Telephones are not available in the cabins.
– All Salt Fork cabin guests are entitled to enjoy the many recreational amenities available at the lodge.
– Maximum number of occupants is 6 per cabin.
– Salt Fork cabins are in a no hunting zone. This also means that any bagged game cannot be brought into the cabin area. Please contact the front desk for information on processing centers nearby.

Refrigerator notice
Placing slightly-cooled to room temperature groceries in the refrigerator and/or cooled items in the freezer is a challenge for many refrigerators. Therefore, it is recommended that the amount stored does not exceed 50% space capacity for the first 12 hours. It is common that, when exceeding 50% space capacity, these units will shut down and may be rendered inoperable. Also note that adjusting the refrigerator temperature controls to a colder setting will not effectively compensate for amounts beyond 50% capacity during these initial 12 hours. During this time, we recommend opening the door as little as possible, and using an ice cooler for beverages. Bulk ice is available at the lodge for a nominal fee if needed. Thank you.

Cabin Supply List

To assist with your travel preparation, the following is a list of supplies available in our cabins.


  • Bedspreads: 5
  • Sheets: 5
  • Mattress pads: 5
  • Pillows: 6
  • Pillow cases: 6

Bath Linen

  • Bath towels: 6
  • Wash cloths: 6
  • Hand towels: 6
  • Bath mats: 1

Furnace Closet

  • Broom
  • Vacuum
  • Dust pan


  • Charcoal grill
  • Picnic table
  • Fire ring
  • Door mat

Kitchen Supplies

  • Dish towels: 2
  • Dish cloths: 2
  • Can liners/trash bags: 2
  • Waste baskets: 4
  • Tablespoon: 2
  • Toaster
  • Dish drain
  • Platter
  • Serving bowls: 2
  • Mixing/salad bowl: 2
  • Baking sheet
  • Water pitcher
  • Knives
  • Butcher knives
  • Skillet
  • Can opener
  • Sauce pans with lids: 1, 2 and 4 qt.
  • Dishes/service set: 6
  • Salt & pepper set: 1
  • Measuring cups
  • Silverware set: 6
  • Colander
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Water glasses: 6
  • Ice cube tray
  • Cutting board
  • Paring knife
  • Spatula: 2
  • Clock
  • Coffee maker
  • Spoon with holes