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Primitive Camping Application

Join us at Stone Cabin Creek and enjoy the tranquility and nature in the woods. Walk along the stream as the birds chirp and the woods welcome you into the beautiful and inviting setting. Individual or family camping provides many benefits such as bonding with the family, keeping fit and in shape, reducing stress, and enhances your re-connection with nature. We look forward to your visit.

The Steps

Step One

Read ALL information on this page and fill out application / sign Release of Liability Waver & Code of Conduct.  (Below).

Step Two

A representative of the camp will contact you to coordinate your visit, usually within 48 hours.


Rules & Guidelines of Camping Site

During your visit, if you have questions, please contact us via text at 304-840-2500

We appreciate your interest and look forward to your visit to share this beautiful land with you at Cabin on Long Creek.

Rules and Guidelines of Camping Site

  • Respect the site: Feel free to view the medicine wheel and Prayer Circle. Do not walk on or inside the stone areas. Instructions on proper sacred use are posted on the website and near the sites. 

  • Ensure fires are always attended.

  • Fires are ONLY allowed in the fire pit near the cabin and in the sacred fire circle. All fires must be pre-arranged with SRSC staff. Firewood can be brought in or if you want to purchase it here, it is $15 per fire and must be requested 3 days before your stay. NO FIRES SHOULD BE SET IN ANY OTHER PLACE ON THE PROPERTY.

  • When putting the fire out, drown it with water. Make sure all embers, coals and sticks are wet. Embers buried deep within the pile have a tendency to reignite later. Use a bucket of water to put out the fire after each use. There is a faucet by the cabin.

  • Use caution with propane stoves, grills. 

  • If you plan to use these, they must be approved by SRSC staff before your stay. Read the instructions that come with the stove and propane cylinder. Use the stove as a cooking appliance only - never leave it unattended while it's burning.

  • Watch out for bugs. Hornets, bees, wasps, and yellow jackets are a problem at many campsites. Avoid attracting stinging insects by wearing light-colored clothing and avoiding perfumes or colognes. Should such an insect approach, do not wave wildly and swat blindly - instead use a gentle pushing or brushing motion to deter them.

  • First-aid Kit. Be sure and bring a first aid kit for minor injuries or bug bites. There is a first aid kit and snake bites kit at the cabin as well. Please alert staff immediately if anyone in your party is bitten or stung. 

  • Dispose of trash properly.

  • When you pack in and out, please leave the forest better than you found it. Please do not take anything from the property such as stones, plants, etc. 

  • Restrooms: This is a primitive camping experience so restrooms will not be available. Please do not ask to use the cottage facilities except in an emergency. Please clean up any fecal waste or toilet paper using a plastic bag and pack it out when you leave. Please do not urinate close to the camping areas. 

  • Beware when encountering wildlife. To ward off wildlife, keep your campsite clean, and do not leave food, garbage, coolers, cooking equipment or utensils out in the open.  Use a flashlight at night - many animals feed at night and the use of a flashlight may warn them that you are approaching.

  • Know which plants are poisonous. Familiarize yourself with any dangerous plants that are common to the area. If you encounter a poisonous plant, immediately rinse the affected area with water and apply a soothing lotion such as calamine to the affected area.

  • Keep it clean. Keep your campsite clean, and don't forget to remove all trash.

  • Clean-up site: As the saying goes “leave the camp site like you found it.” Be sure and pick up and remove all trash. Please bring your own trash bags to remove garbage and trash.

  • Firearms: Firearms are strictly prohibited on the Stone Cabin Creek property. Any campers with firearms will be asked to leave the property immediately without a refund.

  • Emergencies: Please bring a cell phone, and call 911, if you have any type of emergency in which you need assistance.



Camping fee $25. per person, per night. A deposit of $25 will be required when the reservation is made.

Maximum number of camping nights: 3

We accept payments through our website. 

A fee  will be charged to your credit card on file for late checkout, or if trash or garbage is left at the campsite. Late checkout fees are $10 per hour after agreed checkout. Trash fees are $50 per site.


Check-in & Check-out

Upon arrival check in with the attendant at the cottage and your party will be shown the camping site.

Check in time: 9am - 9pm

Check out time: 4pm

Primitive Camping Application & Agreement

All campers must be age 18, or older unless accompanied by an adult.

Thanks for applying!

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