Farnsworth Cabin is tucked away in the Cherry Grove Township, in the northwest portion of Pennsylvania's Allegheny National Forest. Built in the 1930s by the Civil Conservation Corps, the stone cabin is conveniently located 8.5 miles northwest of Sheffield. It was renovated in 2010 and now provides a variety of modern amenities, including electricity and heating, as well as telephone service. Visitors to the area enjoy fishing, hunting and viewing wildlife. The cabin can be accessed by vehicle, except during winter months when snowfall inhibits road travel. During the winter, guests may walk a short distance to the cabin. Guests are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring some of their own supplies.
Bed(s) With Mattress, Biking, Birding, Bunkbed(s) With Mattresses, Cabin Rentals, Campfire Rings, Cooking Area, Creek Access, Cross Country Skiing, Electric Hookups, Fishing, Flush Toilets, Grills, Heater, Hiking, Hunting, Lake Access, Lights, Microwave, Picnic Area, Refrigerator, Showers, Snowmobile Trails, Table & Chairs, Tables, Trailheads, Wildlife Viewing, Boat Ramp, General Store, Restaurant
Pets OK, Water hookups
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Reviewed by jrev on August 19, 2017
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This place is a total dump and there is a bum that lives in the garage across the dirt road that has beer parties nightly. I have never been more disappointed with a vacation in my life. If you are looking for quiet solitude do not stay here go to Cook Forest!
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