Hollyberry and Bearberry are exactly the same floor plan as each other with 2 bedrooms and an open loft, while Elderberry looks the same from the outside, it has 4 bedrooms because there are 2 bedrooms upstairs instead of the open loft. There is one queen bed and TV/DVD player in each room. Elderberry has King beds in each of the downstairs bedrooms instead of queens like Hollyberry and Bearberry. Elderberry also has Satellite TV and a large TV and DVD player in the family room, and TV/DVD players in each of the 4 bedrooms.
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There is an 8 person table in the kitchen and 3 bar stools at the counter.
Downstairs bedroom with king bed and TV/DVD player. The TV's in the bedrooms are not hooked up to the satellite. They are only for watching DVD's.
Other downstairs bedroom with king bed and TV/DVD player in a TV Cabinet.
See the picture below.
There is a 26" TV and DVD player in this cabinet. The TV's in the bedrooms are not hooked up to the satellite. They are only for watching DVD's.
This is the upstairs bathroom. It is quite large with a shelf area that holds extra towels.
One of the upstairs bedrooms with a queen bed and TV/DVD player. The TV's in the bedrooms are not hooked up to the satellite. They are only for watching DVD's.
Large Downstairs bathroom that is handicap accessible.
This is the view from Elderberry's deck.
It has a beautiful view of the lake, and chairs to relax on and enjoy nature.
While you are at Fish Lake, you can visit Capitol Reef National Park. Capitol Reef is only 38 miles from Fish Lake and is one of the least crowded and certainly the most surprising of the state's national parks. This is a place the Indian inhabitants called "The Land of the Sleeping Rainbow." Encompassing nearly one quarter-million acres, the park features colorful cliffs, massive domes, twisting canyons and miles of slick rock wilderness. The park preserves the 100 mile long Waterpocket fold, a giant sinuous buckling of rock in the earth's crust.
There are numerous hiking trails in Capitol Reef National Park. These trails range from 2/3 mile to 10 miles and vary from flat river walks to strenuous climbs. Maintained trails lead to natural bridges, arches, petroglyphs and dramatic goose necks and overlooks. This is the best way to see the amazing formations and plant and animal habitats of Capitol Reef.