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Cabin #3 at Antone Creek Lodge in North Powder, Oregon – Rich’s Portable Cabin Vacations

This is Cabin #3 at Antone Creek Lodge. It’s one of four of Rich’s Portable Cabins that you can book and it’s called the “Camp Cabin”. You can order this cabin from Rich’s Portable Cabins for around $35,000.

Yesterday we showed you Cabin #2, the day before we showed you Cabin #1 and introduced you to Antone Creek Lodge, and we hope to see you tomorrow for the finale… Cabin #4. Enjoy!

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Rich’s Portable Cabins Park Model Tiny House Vacation at Antone Creek Lodge… Cabin #3

(Purchase this cabin from Rich’s Portable Cabins in North Powder for $35,000)

Featured in this listing is the “Camp Cabin”. Categorized as a studio, this model has the largest bedroom of all our cabins offered.

It has a kitchenette with 1 sink for the kitchen and bathroom.

Seating for 2 people at dining table with comfortable stools.

Linins provided : 1 sheet set for the bed; blankets and comforter; bed pillows

Antone Creek Lodge is a newly created park/campground featuring park models and tiny homes built by Rich Daniels and the crew of Rich’s Portable Cabins of North Powder Oregon.

Stay in cabins that made RPC Inc. a success for the last 20 years and a leader in the park model industry.

This park is located on Rich and Lori Daniels’ property along the Anthony Lakes Hwy. in the Elkhorn mountains, and just 10 miles from Anthony Lakes.

Experience the pure clean water of Antone Creek- which runs just 50′ from the cabins- and the sound of cascading water outside your cabin window.

The cabins are privately situated and are accessible to all age groups.

Coffee Maker : filters provided

Dishes and utensils : set of 2 plates and bowls, 1 knife, pots and pans, 2 glasses, 2 mugs, silverware, hot pad, spatula, cooking spoon, and kitchen scrub rags.


Waterfront\River : Antone Creek 50’ away

The Camp Cabin Studio at Antone Creek Lodge by Rich’s Portable Cabins

ACL borders national forest and is the starting point for great outdoor adventure.

Conveniently located as the closest accommodations to Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort, so you can stay in the snow or escape the heat of the valley.

If you plan on taking advantage of the kitchen be sure to bring food. Baker City is 23 miles away.

Parking : 2 vechicles maximum; additonal parking provided above.

(Purchase this cabin from Rich’s Portable Cabins in North Powder for $35,000)

Contact them here and ask for the “Camp Cabin”


  • Sleep 2
  • 216 sq. ft.
  • Queen bed
  • Open layout (studio)
  • Pets welcome (add’l pet fee)
  • Sleeps
  • Built  by Rich Daniels and crew of Rich’s Portable Cabins of North Powder Oregon

Learn more

Cabin #3 | Antone Creek Lodge | Rich’s Portable Cabins | VRBO – Book It Here

=> See Cabin #1 right here

=> See Cabin #2 here

Our big thanks to Rich Daniels for sharing!🙏

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  • David Pedersen
    July 18, 2019, 1:48 am

    Nice cabin. But that bedspread and carpets have to go. They are an eyesore and makes the cabin look less inviting – almost shabby. Stop using brown and grey interior items in an all wooden interior. Use more colors like white, blue and green. And the stools clash with the different wood of the cabin. Look like they were supposed to be in a shabby bar. Get some proper chairs for people to sit on.

    • Alex
      July 18, 2019, 9:48 am

      Thanks for sharing the design tips, awesome, David!

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