We had out first vacation at McCroskey cabin this July (two adults and two young children) and want to come back next year. If you are looking for a 5 star hotel experience with room service, stable Internet, TV shows, and will panic from the sight of a spider in your room, this experience is probably not for you. But we were looking for a true old-fashioned cabin experience, and absolutely loved it. The cabin is old, very simple, but has everything you need. There were two beds plus a pull out sofa, a small kitchen with a large fridge and stove plus a charcoal grill, so we were able to cook all our meals in the cabin. The shower is tiny and is facing the kitchen, but again, this is an old cabin, so we were not expecting anything fancy, and there were no problems with water pressure/temperature. The bedsheets were neat and clean. The kitchen had plenty of tools and even basic supplies (coffee, spices, some canned food). You feel as if you came to your Grandpa's cabin for a weekend, and he let you use all his supplies. The location is absolutely amazing. I woke up looking at the gorgeous lake, made coffee and walked to the boat deck in my pajamas with a cup in hand. There is a house close by with very friendly neighbors, and you have to cross a small bike path before reaching your private boat deck, but other than that you feel like you own the whole place. I could cook in the kitchen or write letters in the cabin bedroom while watching my sons playing/fishing by the lake, and I could hear their voices at all times. One of my goals was to have a screen-free time to my children, and they were able to entertain themselves in old-fashioned way: fishing, playing with water, dirt and sticks. They also loved making campfires at night. Seeing my husband hanging in the lake in his "floatie" with beer in hand completely relaxed made me absolutely happy. The small town of Harrison is about 12 minutes away driving time. We went there to have amazing ice-cream, let kids play at the local playground, and buy extra supplies at the general store (it has hygiene, fishing basics, milk, drinks, canned and frozen foods, some vegetables, meat, plus fresh baking goods). There is a cafe in Harrison, and another cafe/ marina across the lake, right on the beach (we had a boat, so we could take a 5 minute ride there, and had a great time as well). We were able to connect to Internet at the cabin, even though it was not stable. We wish all the best to Mr. McCroskey!