Reservation Policy and Terms


Reservations at White Birch Cabin may be made up to 1 year in advance. Making a reservation requires a $100 deposit. The remainder of the full payment may be made at any time, but not less than 30 days prior to the arrival date. Verbal reservations will be held for 5 days subject to receipt of the deposit or full payment. Personal checks, cashier checks or money orders are accepted. Discounts may be available in months of lower demand such as Sept., Nov., Dec., March, and April. Holidays and hunting seasons not discounted. Inquire for more information. Generally, NO reservations will be taken for the months of January & February. There is a two night minimum except for the months of July/August when there is a minimum reservation of three nights.

Cancellation Terms

There is a $100 handling fee for cancellations. The balance of any other paid sum for the reservation will be refunded subject to the reserved/cancelled days being replaced with an alternative reservation.

Rules and Restrictions

A maximum of "7" people may occupy the cabin at one time. White Birch Cabin is non-smoking. There is no driving permitted on the grass areas. There are rules and arrival/departure procedures that will be provided and also posted in the cabin. Persons renting White Birch Cabin must be a minimum of 18 years of age. Pets may be allowed subject to owners discretion. There is a $15 per night fee added for any pet accepted. (plus tax)

Guest Responsibilities

Guests will find the cabin in excellent condition upon arrival. Likewise, it is expected that guests will take excellent care during a visit and abide by the rules posted. A "security against damages" deposit in the amount of $100.00 is required. This may be applied in part or in full to replace or repair broken or damaged items incurred during the reservation period (refunded upon satisfactory inspection of the cabin). Cleaning supplies are stocked in the cabinets to be used as needed. Guests are asked to report any broken items or appliances, electrical equipment or heating/cooling equipment so we can promptly have them repaired. Guests are responsible to cautiously supervise any children in their care. For your convenience, important phone numbers are posted by the cabin phone. Please remember to take along a pre-paid long distance calling card. Cell phones sometimes work but they should not be your only means of calling out. Camp fires should be monitored with care, especially in the dry seasons.
We are confident that you will enjoy the beauty of White Birch Cabin, the grounds and trails. Please use caution while enjoying this special piece of the Pa. Wilds.

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