Dutch was named after Dutch Hinkley, a long time Secesh and Warren resident, who was hired to assist with several construction projects in the 1980’s and 90’s, including the moving of this cabin from McCall. It was the back porch for another cabin, the Saltzer Cabin, also moved up from the end of Payette Lake at the time. It is snug and warm, and just across from the store building and the pool, ideal for those who prefer easier access. It is winterized, has one full bed, and accommodates two.
All of our cabins include wood stoves, firewood, beds and basic furnishings. Guest must bring their own bedding, cooking needs and lighting needs.