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TravelPod Member ReviewsHuckleberry Lodge Cabins Forks
I stayed in the Eagle cabin - which basically a trailer with a cabin exterior. It has a bathroom with hot running water and a kitchen equiped with cookware, flatware, crockery, etc. to make the place homely.
Although, this place is advertising itself as a "Bed & Breakfast", but I never got my breakfast.
I would stay here again if I ever have to pass through Folks.
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