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May 14, 2014

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According to the DNR new few-frills cabins are available for rent at the state forest's Narrow Lake campground. The "Rent-A-Camp" cabins are available for $35 a night plus applicable taxes and may be reserved at Camp.IN.gov or by calling 1-866-622-6746. The cabins are also available on a walk-in basis at the forest office during normal office hours.

The cabins have electricity, ceiling fans, heat and air-conditioning. Each cabin sleeps three adults comfortably and has a maximum capacity of five people. There is a full bed, one set of bunk beds and a loft area. Guests need to bring their own bedding and sleeping cushion. Cabins also have a small table, two chairs and a porch swing. Similar to tent camping, there are no kitchen facilities, and guests use the campground restrooms.

Check-in time is 2 p.m. Checkout is 10 a.m.

Other improvements at the campground include six electric campsites and the addition of available electricity to the Narrow Lake picnic shelter.

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