Presenting Cabin #2: ‘TUGHILL’

Landscape Regions of New York State © Steve Kluge, et al.

Fish Creek Cabin Resort welcomes you to come see Cabin #2: TUGHILL, that arrived in the beginning of October. This cabin will have 1 full and 2 twin beds in the bedroom. The bathroom has a stand up shower, closet space, and sink with vanity. The kitchen will have a refrigerator, electric stove, & cabinet space with kitchen utensil essentials. Keep an eye out in the next couple weeks for more pictures as we finish decorating the interior of TUGHILL.

If you didn’t already know, the Tug Hill Plateau is New York State’s center for snowmobiling. Undeveloped reaches of the plateau are a haven for wildlife including: beavers, bobcats, coyote, fishers, rabbits, white tailed deer, wild turkey, and occasionally black bear (No bears at Fish Creek Cabin Resort). Fish abundantly found in the Tug Hill Region’s waterways include: bass, walleye, salmon, trout, & a number of waterfowl species. There is also a fish hatchery in Salmon River, stocking different species of salmon and trout, north of Fish Creek Cabin Resort.

Did you know, the Tug Hill Plateau is the snowiest place east of the Rockies?

The East Branch of Fish Creek, October 19, 2012

Caterpillar on the porch of Tughill (10/19/12)

Inch your way over to ‘Central New York’s Premiere Four Season Cabin Resort’!   Welcoming snowmobilers and winter enthusiasts looking for a warm place to lodge while breaking from the trails. Interested in lodging in Tughill or any of our other cabins? Make your reservation today. Group rates available!

(315) 749-8912 or info@fishcreekcabinresort.com

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tug_Hill_Plateau

http://geoscience.stevekluge.com/projects/dlesege/

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