Newly Renovated Cabin
The recently renovated 450 sq. ft. Bunkhouse One is stunningly decorated in muted sand tones offering a warm, inviting space with traditional charm. With contemporary décor and rustic design elements, this cabin offers two luxurious queen beds and a comfortable, inviting leather loveseat sitting area.
The bathroom is also recently restored and offers all the comforts of home. It contains a dual-head shower, open vanity, and plenty of storage. The in-cabin amenities include a mini refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, alarm clock, and hairdryer.
Five Meals Included
Don’t bother with cooking while on vacation – our country cooks will take care of you! Five country-style meals are included with the cabin reservation fee. You’ll start the weekend off with southern-style dinner on Friday night, wake to a continental breakfast followed by a light lunch and hardy dinner on Saturday, and depart with a full belly Sunday morning.
Please let us know of any dietary restrictions and/or meal preferences at least one week before your scheduled stay. Alcohol and soda are not included. Feel free to bring snacks and drinks with you. Cabins are not furnished with meal preparation areas.
All cabins are 100% non-smoking. Violators will be charged a $500 fine. Take a moment to read the Ranch Rules. All guests must provide a signed Release of Liability waiver. The Chandler Ranch cabins are NOT equipped with TVs or telephones. Cell service is very limited. We ask that you drop the electronics, enjoy the moments, and create life-long memories with your family and friends.
Cancelation Policy: If you need to cancel your reservation, please contact us as soon as possible so we can try to fill your spot. We will refund your money in full if we are informed of your cancellation at least 7 days in advance of your scheduled stay. If the cancelation is less than 7 days in advance and we cannot fill your reservation, there is a 25% cancelation fee. Hunting packages are non-refundable.
This building was the first built on the site in the 1940s and was constructed of cinder block tile made on the ranch. It was originally a small store for fisherman. We sold bait (minnows and worms) and basic supplies for campers. Most of the structure was destroyed in the flood of 1954 and it was then rebuilt and enlarged to become the first bunkhouse. Eight bunk beds provided accommodations for groups through the years, including hunters, golfers during tournaments, family reunions and church groups and also served as the girls’ quarters during children’s summer camp years.