Dale Hollow Lake Cabin Rentals at Mitchell Creek Marina in Shoreline Cabin 13
2 – 6 people accommodated.
Handcrafted from local timbers, these comfortable shoreline cabins at Mitchell Creek Marina are the perfect getaway, situated upon a bluff providing a breathtaking view of Dale Hollow Lake. Each of our Shoreline Cabins feature a deck and porch overlooking the lake.
In this shoreline cabin is Satellite TV, DVD Player, Eat-In Kitchen, Oven/Range, Refrigerator, Silverware/Flatware, Cookware, Linens, Large Shower, Patio Furniture, Charcoal Grill, One Queen-Size Bed, Three Twin-Size Bed, One Pull-Out Sofa, Deck and Porch with Lake View and Air Conditioning.
WARNING: The steps to the loft in Cabin 13 are particularly steep, which some visitors find difficult to navigate if they have any physical limitations. If you are unsure of your ability to safely navigate steps to this loft, please ask our booking office to place you in a comparable location or choose another cabin when you book online. We want you to be safe and comfortable, and we believe the room and the steps to the loft to be both. We just want you to evaluate your options.
Cabin Amenities Include:
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* View rate calendar for available dates. Minimum 7 night stay required for weekly rate.
Cabin 13 is very similar to Cabins 11 and 12. Here’s a video to give you an idea of how the cabins look.
Mitchell Creek Marina & Resort is very kid-friendly, offering activities on, around and off the water, from watercraft rentals to bumper boats (during special events), a volleyball court and a game room.
There are special free events planned throughout the year that make the time at Mitchell Creek Marina even more memorable.
We welcome the season with Memorial Day activities, including a special Superhero and Princess Breakfast for children, and close it out on Labor Day with a cardboard boat race. And nobody Rocks-the-Dock on July 3 like Mitchell Creek! What about the giant movie screen for float-in movie nights watching a movie from a tube on the lake?