In our Camp Area where our guests stay, we have 19 rustic redwood cabins nestled among the towering fir and madrone trees. The majority of the cabins were built by Al Byrnes between 1910 and 1925. Each cabin is furnished with beds (a combination of 1 queen and a single or 1-4 bunks) along with bed and bath linens, down comforters, pillows, colorful curtains, ceiling fans, cold spring water and electricity. Fresh flowers from our garden, reading lights, shower baskets, and chamber pots are also included. Hammocks and handmade “hoop chairs” can be found outside each cabin as well. Perfect for socializing with your camp friends, relaxing while reading a book or even taking a nap! Equally charming and rustic bathroom (don’t worry they have flushy toilets!) & shower facilities are located throughout the Camp Area. Check out the pictures below to see why many folks describe their stay at Emandal as “glamping”!
Many thanks to the talented photographer, Amelia Fletcher, for providing these photos!