Small 'A' frame with deck build on a 20' rock outcropping over looking Muddy Creek in Southern York County. Trout stream that is stocked a couple times a year. 100 yards down stream is fly fishing only area. Creek house is accessible by canoe. Put in is at Muddy Creek forks, home of Maryland and Pennsylvania railroad association. Two mile downstream paddle to creek house on class one water. To leave, you paddle from here downstream two miles to Woodbine bridge or 20 miles to the Susquehanna river. Creek house will sleep two in loft and two downstairs. No heat or AC. Has deck with table, chairs, and umbrella. No glass windows, only screen. Has electric and well water. Fire pit and hammocks. Must bring camping equipment, bed pads, sleeping bag, food, etc. From here it is a one to two day paddle to the Susquehanna river at Cold Cabin Road. 10 miles by straight line and 20 miles on the winding muddy creek. Bathroom has running water with toilet and sink and outdoor shower. Cabin is accessible by road, but is across private property, therefore canoe is the only access. Animals you will see are Grey Herons, beaver, otter, raccoons, possums, bald eagles, water snakes, black snakes, fox, coyote, turtles, etc. Fire pit for cooking. Coffee maker, small refrigerator, pots and pans for cooking, cups and utencils, paper towels. If you can not canoe in and out, you can park nearby in my field and hike 1/8 mile down to the cabin.
- Cabin250 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay2 nights
Small A Frame On Large Rock Over Looking Muddy Creek
- Calendar last updated:
- Oct 18, 2018
Check-in: 1:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
The cabin in very primitive but just as described. The place is amazing. We had a very good time. The owner is very helpful and nice. Thank you.
Gorgeous, rustic cabin overlooking beautiful stream
We had a wonderful stay! A perfect location for birders, people who fish, river-lovers, and anyone who wants to listen to the wind in the trees all night long. Bill is hospitable and helpful. Can't say enough about how gorgeous this spot is.
Bill was a great host and the property was absolutely gorgeous! I highly recommend floating back to camp from the bridge in town if the weather is right. We can't wait to come back again!
Such a wonderful place. Bill and Connie are so welcoming.We canoed from the muddy creek bridge to the cabin. Bill was so gracious and took our gear to the cabin , we had overpacked to say the least lol! The cabin was exactly as advertised and we couldn't be happy with our stay. Thank you so much Bill and Connie we cant wait to come back!
Tim, thanks, we enjoyed having you and your friends.
Canoeing, kayaking, fly fishing, tubing, whitewater, camping.
Rental days are Sunday - Saturday. One night stays for $90 based on availability.