The easiest way to reach the cabin is by personal vehicle or a Reed van. There is very limited parking at the cabin itself, and you are advised not to park your car under the snow-loaded pitch of the cabin roof due to potential damage to your vehicle. If you park by the cabin, be prepared to move your car early for those who want to ski. NEVER park on any of the roads around the cabin, as these are routes that must remain open for our neighbors and emergency vehicles.
If there is no room in the driveway, you MUST park in one of the designated snow-park areas at the bottom of Mucoy Drive. This requires a snow-park pass that is much less expensive than a parking ticket, and can be purchased from one of the local restaurants or ski shops. Every other day, parking switches from one side to the other for snowplow access; pay attention to the signs or you will be towed. To avoid damage to our vehicles, all Reed vans must park at the bottom of the hill on Government Camp's main street if there is snow loaded on the cabin roof. Unfortunately, the Greyhound Bus no longer stops in Government Camp; complaints to Greyhound are warranted.