My boyfriend, his son and girlfriend, and another couple who are friends all stayed at this cabin in mid September. We are from the North (above 60 degrees), so the temperatures were great for us. Not too hot, beautiful time of year. Very little action on the lake at that time. We have flyboards/jetboards, etc. with our 3 seadoos and the accommodation and dock were amazing, as were all the provided water toys.
We spent most of our time outdoors enjoying the weather and beautiful scenery, but the cabin was also great for us! Everything we needed. We all have experience with solar arrays, pumps, wood stoves and propane, so this was a perfect fit for us! The facilities were great and the grounds were fantastic. Everything we could have asked for.
One of the best things was being quite a ways out of town. Best way to have a vacation! No WiFi was great, would have been better if there was no cell reception, but I'm a bush girl and I don't like cell phones :) We saw a gorgeous buck, early in the morning as we were leaving the park on our last day. Perfect!
Only issue was the wasps, but we soon learned how to deal with those guys! Don't drink Okanagan ciders on the docks during wasp season! (Or rum and coke.)
We'd totally come back again! Highly recommend to those who'd like to unwind and get away from the world. I have to say, it was great having the seadoos. I recommend you bring a watercraft and find out where you can unload them ahead of time. We found two places, one in Coldwater and one just around the corner from our cabin. But, this isn't necessary, just more convenient. We could get into Coldwater in about 4 minutes via seadoos.
The road in is a one lane road but it's in really good shape and has a lot of spots to allow another vehicle to get around. After you take it once, it's easier. If you're towing anything in... don't have an extra long truck! Still doable!
Stayed with friends - Recommended to friends and family