Inn at Fall Creek Falls State Park
Rates: $81 — $210
The 145-room inn offers panoramic views of 345-acre Fall Creek Falls Lake and makes a great base for folks hiking out to the park’s 256-foot high namesake. A few rooms are fully handicap accessible. Ask about an upgrade to a hotel suite.Reserve Now
Rates: $115 — $155
Some cabins will be closed for renovations from January 2, 2014 through August 15, 2014.
The Park features 20 two-bedroom, one-bath cabins and 10 three-bedroom, two bath cabins, each furnished to sleep up to eight or ten people. All cabins are fully equipped for housekeeping with linens, cooking and serving utensils, appliances, microwave, telephone, and cable TV. Each has a fireplace with firewood provided during the months of October through April. The 10 fishermen cabins are two-story cabins located directly on Fall Creek Lake. Fisherman cabin guests enjoy outdoor cooking, sunbathing, and fishing from their private porches situated out over the lake.
There are also 10 landside cabins located on a hill overlooking the lake, each complete with patio, picnic table, and grill for cooking and dining outdoors. One landside cabin is accessible to persons with a disability.
One cabin is available to guests with pets and all service animals are allowed.
Cabins have a minimum two-night stay requirement, except during the summer when they are rented weekly.Reserve Now
Rates: $8 — $25
The park has 222 campsites in five different areas. All sites have tables, grills, water, and electricity and are served by six bathhouses. 92 sites have sewer connections. Some sites will accommodate an RV up to 45 feet in length. Ice and firewood may be purchased year-round. In addition to the 222 campsites there are 16 primitive sites, 9 are walk in the other 7 are park on. There are 3 back-country sites on the overnight backpacking trails. Most campgrounds are accessible by persons with a disability.
Each site may contain no more than eight people. A campsite may contain only one camping unit (motor home, trailer, pop-up, pickup camper, lowed camper, etc.) This site may also contain one tent but no more than three tents. All parked vehicles must not infringe on a neighboring campsite or block the road in any way. All sites must be paid for and the site marker posted. The site must be occupied by non-movable property. Examples of non- movable property are an erected tent, set up camper, vehicle, motor home, or human. Examples of non-acceptable property are coolers, chairs, tablecloth, rope or string. Sites held with non-acceptable property are subject to having property picked up by a ranger and the site rented.Reserve Now