Cherry Springs State Park, Cabin Lodging,

4br Hotel
Coudersport, PA, United States
Cherry Springs Cabin is one of a few area cabins for your lodging near Cherry Springs State Park for you Star Gazing experience, One of only a few cabins for star gazing it's a bbetter alternative than hotel or motel lodging. Cherry Springs Cabin is fully equipped with 4 Bedrooms & 2 Baths. 3 Private Acres backing to State Forest and bordering a local Trout Stream it offers an excellent Sky Picture right from the Lodge. Located in Coudersport Pa Potter County in the Pa Wilds.Excellent Star...
Amenities
  • Airport Shuttle
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
Excellent
6 reviews
  • Tripadvisor VR100.0%
Description
Cherry Springs Cabin is one of a few area cabins for your lodging near Cherry Springs State Park for you Star Gazing experience, One of only a few cabins for star gazing it's a bbetter alternative than hotel or motel lodging. Cherry Springs Cabin is fully equipped with 4 Bedrooms & 2 Baths. 3 Private Acres backing to State Forest and bordering a local Trout Stream it offers an excellent Sky Picture right from the Lodge. Located in Coudersport Pa Potter County in the Pa Wilds.Excellent Star Gazing from the Cabin or take the short drive to Cherry Springs State Park, The Pa Grand Canyon & the Pa Elk Herd. We offer turnkey Lodging with only a need to bring food & clothing. Visit us today. Lodging near Cherry Springs State Park for Star Gazing. Remote, Private 3 acres backing to State Forest. Excellent Star Gazing from the Lodge. Located in Potter County Pa in the Pa Wilds. Close to Ski Denton, Pa Grand Canyon & the Pa Elk Herd. Far away from the noise of traffic, the glare of street lights and the madness of shopping malls, is a quiet place where you can REST, RELAX and RECHARGE. Leave your job and chores behind; forget about that annoying boss or employee; escape from the endless stop-and-go traffic of life. Take a detour to our cabin for a few days away. Coudersport is a borough in Potter County, Pennsylvania, 110 miles (180 km) east by south of Erie, on the Allegheny River. The population was 1,530 in 1890; 3,217 in 1900; 3,100 in 1910. The population at the 2000 census was 2,650. It is the county seat of Potter County. The center of town is located 41.774768,-78.020868. According to the United States Census Bureau, the borough has a total land area of 5.7 square miles (14.7 km²). Coudersport lies in a broad valley at the joining of the Allegheny and Mill Creek rivers, surrounded by the great hilltop plateaus of the Allegheny highlands. The town is accessible from the north and south by Pennsylvania Route 44 (the old Jersey Shore Turnpike logging road) and from the west and east by U.S. Route 6, a.k.a. the 'Grand Army of the Republic Highway'. The Allegheny River finds its headwaters on Cobb Hill, just east of Coudersport, approximately 10 miles south of the New York border. It flows west through Coudersport, then turns north into western New York, looping westward across southern Cattaraugus County for approximately 30 miles, past Portville, Olean, St. Bonaventure University and Salamanca and flowing through Seneca Indian Nation lands close to the northern boundary of Allegany State Park before re-entering northwestern Pennsylvania approximately 20 miles southeast of Jamestown, New York. Coudersport is home to a 5,000-member, Scottish Rite Consistory, the largest in the Scottish Rite by per capita membership. It is also home to many small businesses, from doctors, dentists and lawyers to restaurants, hotels, motels, inns and rental cabins. Coudersport was the home of 'Untouchable' Eliot Ness at the time of his death. The Coudersport Area Recreation Park (CARP) is a sports and recreation park which was begun in the 1960s by a group of town leaders (including Dr. William L. Mitchell, a local veterinarian). It contains a football field with track and field capabilities, baseball and softball fields, basketball courts, picnic areas and hiking trails. Coudersport has the former headquarters of Adelphia Communications, including the 72,000 SF Adelphia Operations Center, built at an estimated cost of $30 million. Adelphia went bankrupt after internal corruption earlier in the 2000s. The fictional town of Farringdon, depicted in the Judy Bolton detective series by Margaret Sutton, is based on Coudersport, where Ms. Sutton grew up and attended school. The school, town hall, and several recognizable residences are described in her books. Judy Bolton Days, an annual festival honoring the books of the late Margaret Sutton, is hosted each October by the local Chamber of Commerce. Coudersport Pa hotels,coudersport pa motels, Pa Grand Canyon, Pa Elk Herd, Benezette, Cabin, Lodging, hotel, motels, cabins,inns,,motel,millstream
Additional info
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Location
Is this your place?
  • Claim your property page and access your free AllTheRooms for Property Owners account.
  • Update business information
  • Respond to reviews and privately message customers
  • See the customer leads your property page generates
  • Monitor how many people view your property page
Claim this listing
From hammock to houseboat, we’ve got your spot! Sign up today to stay in the loop.