The tourist cabin is a log house built in 1993, reconstructed in 2004 and repaired in 2011. It can accommodate 10 people (minimal 6) on 54 square meters.
In the cabin there is a steel range for cooking and heating, a table, a bench, a shelf for plates, sleeping bunks. Of the kitchen utensils there are 2 pots, 2 kettles, 2 pails, a mug, a wash basin, a broom, a dust pan, 10 bed sets consisting of a mattress, a pillow and a blanket. Fresh linen is given in the visitor centre or by a ranger at checking-in. In winter internal circuits can be connected to a diesel generator.
Near the cabin there is a sheltered campfire site with a table and benches, a shed with fire wood and an axe, 3 trash bins, a toilet, firefighting equipment on a board, a sauna with a rump down to the river.
The sauna is located 50 m from the cabin on the bank of Olanga river. A wooden staircase and rump lead to the water. There is a shed with a stock of firewood and an axe close by. In the sauna there are 3 basins, 2 pails, 2 water tanks, 2 scoops, a dust pan and a broom. The sauna is used by the occupants of the tourist cabin and by the tourists living in the nearby tents. The order of precedence of using the sauna is determined by the ranger on-duty in the rangers’ station or by the tourists themselves. The tourists can heat the sauna themselves or ask the ranger to do it.
Use of the sauna is included in the cost of accommodation.