Under new ownership—and leaning more high-end for 2015—the Crows Nest cabins sit 1 mile north of the park entrance on a forested hillside with river and mountain views. More cabinesque hotel rooms than cabins (they're not free standing), they run the gamut from double beds up to kings, all with new pillowtop mattresses and duvets. The Overlook restaurnat has a fine-dining menu, featuring lamb shank and rabbit. The bar specialty: classic cocktails. A Continental breakfast
is available for $9, and they can also prep boxed lunches ($13.50) for your day trip into the park.