Palo Duro Canyon State Park

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Cabin (Rim | Goodnight)

  • People per Site: 4
Looking down at the Goodnight Cabin. Photo by John Chandler. Stairs lead down to the Goodnight Cabin. Photo by John Chandler; December 13, 2012 Photo by John Chandler. Outside there is a picnic table and a grill. Photo by John Chandler. The amazing view from outside the cabin. Photo by John Chandler. The main bedroom. Photo by John Chandler. the main bedroom has a fireplace, microwave oven, and a mini-refrigerator. Photo by John Chandler. The ceiling inside the Goodnight Cabin. Photo by John Chandler. View from the Goodnight Cabin at sunset, with a view of the Lighthouse Cabin (upper left). Photo by John Chandler

A $50 credit card deposit is due at check-in. Located on the canyon rim with a beautiful view, this CCC-built cabin has stairs leading down to it and is enclosed on three sides by a wooden privacy fence. If you will arrive after 5 p.m., you must call the park prior to 5 p.m. to make key arrangements. No pets, smoking or cooking (except microwave) allowed inside the cabins. No tents allowed in the cabin area.

  • A/C unit
  • Heater
  • Fireplace
  • Picnic table
  • Outdoor grill
  • No pets
  • Microwave
  • Bathroom Sink
  • Toilet
  • Shower
  • Small refrigerator
  • One queen size bed
  • One full size futon
  • Linens are provided
  • Check-in 3 p.m.
  • Check-out 11 a.m.

Maximum of four people allowed, including children. The $50 credit card deposit will be returned to the customer within three days of check-out, unless any damages occur. These cabins were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps.

Each cabin has a bathroom with shower, small refrigerator and microwave. A grill and picnic table are outside. The Goodnight Cabin has one queen bed and two twin beds.

Firewood is not provided.



Plus daily
entrance fee


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