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Since we don't have a formal lobby, we don't make you come all the way up to the office to check in.

When you enter WildSpring, you'll see a small gazebo on the right side of the driveway. That is the checkin gazebo with mailboxes that correspond to the cabins.

Unload your bags and look in the mailbox with your cabin number for your registration papers, including a list of breakfast prefereances for the morning, a flashlight (in case it's dark when you arrive), and a map that shows the trail to your cabin (a very short walk). There is also an intercom next to the mailboxes. Give us a call to tell us you’ve arrived; if it’s before 7pm, we’re happy to come down, show you to your cabin and handle your luggage. If you'd rather do it yourself, use the dock cart to help move your luggage to your cabin (it has nice big wheels that are kind to our natural trails). Please replace it as soon as you can for the next guest.

When you get to your cabin, please sign the registration form, check off all the breakfast items that sound good and leave the sheets in the wire basket on your cabin porch. So we can respond to your breakfast preferences, please put them in the cabin basket by 7pm or bring to the Guest Hall by 9pm. (You can always call or email in your breakfast preferences before arrival.)

We can have a bottle of wine waiting for you in your cabin if you let us know what you would prefer before you arrive.

See the map of the property to get an idea where the cabins, parking, Guest Hall and office are.

You don't drive to your cabins at WildSpring. You will park your car on the left as you enter - across from the checkin gazebo - and walk to your cabins. Since parking space is compressed on this property, we request your cooperation to make sure that every cabin has enough room to park their cars. We also request that you turn your music off when you drive onto the property and you unload with as little noise as is reasonable so you won't disturb the other guests … especially if you arrive at night.

WildSpring entrance

Checkin gazebo
Each cabin has its own numbered parking lane, #1-5. Parking is angled, and please park in your lane, pulling up as far as possible if you are part of a group that is sharing cabin accommodations with you.

If you require ADA assistance, you will be staying in Rosslyn, and parking in the ADA space on the same side of the driveway as the check-in gazebo, approximately 30 feet farther.

When leaving, if the lot is full and you need to back out the same way you drove in, the turnaround immediately after the parking lot (on the left) will make it easy.

WildSpring has partnered with Bonneville Environmental Foundation to offset our carbon emissions for a zero carbon footprint, and to support programs helping other organizations do the same.

WildSpring is an eco-friendly, environmentally sensitive facility
and we invite our guests to honor and protect
this lovely land with us.

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