Built in the 1920s, St. Regis was one of the original camper cabins. With an open floor plan and lots of natural light, Regis has a sitting area, small kitchen, and double bed. Additional guests with sleeping bags can sleep on the futon or stay in Idlewild, the nearby sleeping cabin. St. Regis does not have its own bathroom. Guests staying in Regis and Log Cabin share a spotlessly clean bathhouse which has four sinks, showers, and toilets. Looking over the lake, Regis also has a wonderful outdoor area including a camp fire pit and hammock.