If I could give this cabin 0 stars I would. I dont even know where to start. First of all we stayed away from the cabin as much as possible while in Tupelo. Anything we could do away from the park and cabin filled our entire day and night, only being at the cabin when we had to be. There may as well not be any walls because the wind blows straight through the cabin. Every outlet, window, door, even the toilet and sink was flowing COLD air into the cabin. So much cold air we couldnt even heat the cabin up. We had to shove paper towels into doorframe to try and block some of the wind from entering. Our attempts were futile at best. I only had one roll of paper towels. Next, the bed. Me and my gf arent fat. The bed was so tiny we had to sleep on top of eachother. The sheets were dirty and scratchy. It was a nightmare goin to bed every night. The kitchen was so small you have to turn sideways just to walk through it. The refrigerator door only opened about 1/4 of the way. The oven would open the same amt. Oh and dont dare cook with the water. It is BROWN, almost black....and it STINKS!! We thought that it was sewage at first but then decided it may be well water. We made that discovery after using the toilet, which was so unstable it about tipped over when sat on. My gf wouldnt even sit on the seat it was so dirty, stained, and unstable and oh yeah the water was sewage-like. Taking a shower was like showering in a cardboard box. When I say tiny, I mean TINY. Im 6' 175lbs and I could barely fit in it. I had to bend down almost to my knees to get my head under the faucet, which was a fast drip at best. (brown water again). It was so awful that my 3 night stay there I only showered once. UGH. The best part about the trip was the day we left. We started to leave after the first night but decided we'd better stick it out since we payed for all 3 nights, mistake. It was the VACAtION FRoM HeLl. If you read this review and still stay in the cabin....HA!!! You cant say you werent warned. Enjoy your stay!! I cant urge the reader strong enough to just get a hotel room. It was the most awful place I've ever stayed and I've stayed in some pretty shady motels. Forgot about the TV. It was about 10" and the rabbit ears worked in about 10 second intervals. Absolutely aggrivating. I read a 400 page book instead of watching tv on their couch they must have goten from Parchman State Penitentiary, which Parchman was surely excited to get rid of. My girlfriend needed an hr deep tissue massage after sitting on it for a short period of time. I hope I covered everything sufficiently but sadly im sure ive left things out and im sure i havent been able to express the misery of the stay enough. I would've rather gone to jail over spring break than stayed at that freakin cabin. Next time I go to Tupelo I may bring a can of gasoline and a book of matches to save anybody else from the misery. If i had to tell you what this cabin is good for Id have to pick "kindling" as an option.
Cabins should be condemned.... so drafty the freezing winds could be felt through the entire cabin. Had i wanted to feel as if i were sleeping outside on the dirty ground in a cramped tent.. i wouldn't of spent the extra money for a cabin. Bed was dirty, too small for one normal sized person much less two, and the "couch" was a plastic bench (probably purchased from a state hospital 30 years ago). was in so much discomfort and unable to relax a bit between the uncomfortable cramped situations (bed, tiny shoebox shower, and a kitchen area too small to actually function) i felt worse after the "vacation" ... save your self the horrible experience ... get a hotel room.