I spent Thanksgiving weekend with my girlfriend - getting away from the family - and thoroughly loved our time spent in the "Red Fox" cabin. Now it's small, so any more than two people could get a bit cozy, but it has all the creature comforts you'd need: Central heat & A/C, two Direct TVs, DVD player, washer/dryer, kitchen with fridge, oven, microwave, dishes - but no dishwasher. The Queen bed was comfy, but I tried out the hide-away and it's suitable only for small kids. The lot is enormous with extensive tree coverage. The cabin is dog-friendly, so we brought our dog and you would've thought she'd never been outside before - she loved it too. The lake does not have typical water-front access: The cabin sits on a 50' bluff, so you're not going to go dip your toes in from the front yard. You can take a long walk about onto the dock and climb down into the water, but the location is not ideal for swimming to and from the front lawn. IMHO, the lot is much better suited for views from the front porch, the fire ring, or the dock than for swimming ... speaking of which, we saw bald eagles on three occasions. Keep in mind there is NOTHING near this cabin. Granted, that's the point: I wanted to get away for a few days. Milam is just a four-way stop; Hemphill is quite a bit away - which, I found out is, dry. So, stop for beer before you get to the cabin. I did however, enjoy day trips into Many, Louisiana and Natchitoches.