Each cabin has it's own porch which actually came in handy. There perfect for relaxing, reading a book, enjoying the surrounding nature, and sitting around having a chat.
The family was able to catch up with what everyone was doing while relaxing on the porch.
Here was sit outside on uncle Bills and Aunt Teri's porch, while uncle bill tells us what retirement is like.
Every cabin at the park has its own grill and bareque area. Also within the camping grounds you can find grills and benches to throw a barbe.
Here dad fires up the grill, and gets to work on cooking the hot dogs and hamburgers.
North Bend State Park offers 11 hiking trails throughout the park. Some are just simple 1/2 mile trails, perfect for anyone just looking to take a nice stroll through nature. Others are a couple miles, and leave you feeling like a long nap once you finish.
My Favorite of the trails is "Over Hanging Rock" trail. A simple trail that takes you around and through huge bolders along the mountain side. You can often see rock climbers scaling the bolders along the hike.
Another popular trail is the Hibbs Cemetery trail. Half way into the hike is an old cemetery, but you must look good for it, for its covered with grass and dirt.
For more on the trails, ask for a trail guide at the main lodge of the park.