Reward Yourself with a Getaway
Planning your vacation or short getaway, Cook Forest Top Hill Cabins has the perfect cabin for you!
Welcome to Cook Forest Top Hill Cabins!
Cook Forest Top Hill Cabin Map 2023 shows the relationship of one cabin to the other.
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 20 mile bike trail 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. In the summer, there are other outdoor programs produced by Cook Forest State Park. For more information, call us at 800-531-1545 or call the Cook Forest State Park office at 814-744-8407.
About the Owners
Larry and Lois McFadden
Larry had worked for Owens-Illinois Glass Containers for 40 years until 2001. He started working for O-I in Streator, Illinois where he was born and raised. The McFadden’s transferred within Owens-Illinois from Rimersburg, Pennsylvania to Zanesville, Ohio and then on to Crawford, Texas and back to Cooksburg, Pennsylvania.
When Larry decided to retire in 2001, the McFadden’s looked into purchasing a business in Northwest Pennsylvania for the simple reason that Lois was born and raised in the area. Most of Lois’s family lives in Rimersburg, Johnstown, Batavia, NY, Butler, Durham, NC and the Ft Worth, TX area.
The McFadden’s are enjoying keeping busy with renting out cabins in retirement plus the comradery of other business owners in the Cook Forest area. Larry’s present work in the business is doing everything!! Larry is a man of many talents and can do office reservations, etc as well as plumbing, rebuilding and renovating cabins. Lois also does reservations, marketing and advertising.
"Blue Spruce Cabin"
This is just one of the MANY cabins that are available in the area, as well as campgrounds where you can pitch a tent or set up your camper. They have 14 cabins to choose from here. They are all furnished and ready to go. All have satellite TVs and some have air conditioning. They all have microwaves, tables, chairs, beds, stove, sinks, bathrooms, showers, utensils, etc. So all you really need to bring is yourself, some towels, clothes, etc. They even have fire rings out back of each cabin with picnic tables.