Nature, Relaxation, Family Time, Hiking, Fun and more…
all at Your Cabin at Cook Forest Top Hill Cabins in Pennsylvania!
Cook Forest Top Hill Cabins offer you thirteen (13) pet-friendly vacation cabin rentals in northwest Pennsylvania on 22+ private acres. Enjoy the romantic setting of your wood burning or gas-log fireplace and your outdoor picnic/fire pit area. The cabins are your home away from home; furnished, stocked and have furnaces in addition to either gas logs or wood-burning fireplaces. Seven (7) of the cabins have air conditioning. You will also find satellite TV and outdoor picnic areas with fire pits. Linens are furnished for your bedding. You are required to furnish your own towels for your showers. Click here to see all of What’s Included & What to Bring.
The air conditioned cabins are Blue Spruce Cabin, Red Maple Cabin, Hemlock Haven Cabin, Maple Grove Cabin, Twin Oaks Cabin, Red Bud Cabin and Sugar Pine Cottage. Sugar Pine Cottage also includes a one-person Jacuzzi tub. Other cabins have fans to circulate the air in the summer. We do also have Keurig Coffee Makers in the cabins. A Keurig is in every cabin plus a regular drip coffee maker. Our Cabin Map shows the relationship of one cabin to the other.
Summer time: Entertainment in Cook Forest area includes: go-karts, bumper boats, mini-golf, water slides, horse-back riding, canoeing, kayaking and tubing plus fishing and hunting in season. The Sawmill Art Center, close by, usually has plays, musicals and festivals throughout the summer. The Sawmill Art Center is due to return in full force this year, 2022 and has these Events planned.
Winter time, if the weather permits, offers an ice skating rink near River Road. There are also Cross Country Skis that you can rent at Cooksburg Dry Goods near the Clarion River, about 3 miles from us. Other winter things to do are hiking on the 30+ miles of trails in the forest or sledding at one of our 2 sledding slopes in the Forest.
Cook Forest State Park has over 30 miles of hiking trails and specific designated biking trails. If you are a fan of cycling, you may want to try the Rail 66 paved over 20 mile bike trail only about 3 miles from our cabins. Check out this link at www.rail-66.com. Our “Old Growth Forest”, at the “Forest Cathedral”, as well as the Fire Tower and Seneca Point, are popular hiking spots. Check out a video on our blog of the hike to the “Forest Cathedral” that you may find interesting. To keep you busy while here, there are other outdoor programs produced by Cook Forest State Park.