The tourist cabin is a log house with a loft and a porch built in 2003, last time repaired in 2010. It can accommodate 14 people (minimal 8) on 46 square meters.
In the cabin there is a steel range for cooking and heating, a table, a bench, a shelf for plates, sleeping bunks downstairs and in the loft. Of the kitchen utensils there are 2 pots, 2 kettles, a frying pan, 2 pails, a mug, a wash basin, a broom, a dust pan, 14 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 the internal circuits can be connected to a diesel generator.
Near the cabin there is a wash basin, a shed with fire wood and an axe, a rake and firefighting equipment on a board.
There is a campfire site with a sheltered table and benches, 2 trash containers, 2 firewood sheds, a toilet and a sauna.
The sauna is located 30 m from the cabin on the shore of Olanga river. 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 occupants of the cabin can heat the sauna themselves or ask the ranger on-duty to do it. Use of the sauna is included in the cost of accommodation.