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New Charming Austin Cabin on 96 Acres of Land!

    During your stay, you can enjoy outdoor activities with a private deck and seating area, a porch swing, covered patios, rocking chair, hiking trails, ATV, snowmobile, and hiking poles. The kitchen includes a fridge, stove/oven, microwave oven, cooking basics, spices and toaster as well as a Crockpot. There is also dishware/flatware (including paper towels), a coffee maker, a Crockpot, and trash bag. The cabin has a Smart TV, dining room, recliners and books. It also has a dining table, board games and a rustic interior. The cabin comes with free WiFi, linens and towels, a washer/dryer, central heating, ceiling fan, complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. The main living room is accessed by stairs. The bedroom and bathroom are located on this floor. A pet fee (paid in advance) is required. 4WD recommended for winter. There is no air-conditioning. Parking is available on site with a gravel drive that can accommodate 4 vehicles. Trailer parking is also allowed.

    The cabin is located at Austin, Pennsylvania. There are many nearby activities, including the Salt Run Vista (10 Miles), Potter County Stargazing Tours (Private Star Tours) (12 Miles), Coudersport Moon Trees (12 Miles), Coudersport Ice Mines (14miles), Wildlife Center at Sinnemahoning State Parks (14miles), and South Mountain Viewing Areas (31miles). You can enjoy the outdoors while on vacation at the Sinnemahoning State Park, Cherry Springs State Park, Elk State Forest, Lyman Run State Park, Susquehannock State Forest and Lake Erie State Park. Historic attractions include the Bayless Pulp and Papermill (7 Miles), Austin Dam Memorial Park (11 Miles), Coudersport Historic District (12 Miles), Eliot Ness Museum (13 miles), and Pennsylvania Lumber Museum (20 miles). Airports in the region include the Bradford Regional Airport, located 45 miles away, and the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, located 123 miles away.

    The 1,910 acres of scenic steep valleys in the Pennsylvania Wilds encompass a beautiful landscape and a wildlife habitat. The park is located in Cameron and Potter Counties, nestled between the green-shouldered hills of Pennsylvania’s Elk State Forest. The park is narrow and long, and includes lands along both sides of First Fork Sinnemahoning Creek. This major tributary of the Sinnemahoning Creek. The park is home to a variety of wildlife, including bald eagles and coyotes as well as elks, bobcats, and elks.

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