The Forest Retreat is the most humble place I've visited in my entire life. I enjoyed looking at the decor inside of the cabin, made with deer antler pieces. The ceilings resemble leaves of trees and all furniture are made therof. My most favorite part of the stay was the outside tub to bathe in. Even though my fiance, Herbert, was uneasy, he guarded me as I enjoyed my bath.
I visited the cabin at a time of loss, my aunt Jessica, died. I took to the Forest for peace because I felt her spirit was with me. It was only us and nature, no phones, internet, television, etc., which I didn't understand how much we depended on these items until they were unaccesible.
All that is needed for a visit to the Forest are your personal ammenities and food. All utensils, towels, stove, refrigerator, seasonings, etc., are available for use. I barbequed, fished, walked the trail, walked and waded in the creek, searched and followed wildlife tracks, and of course took all the photographs I could.
I would definitley recommend this getaway to others and will revisit soon myself.