Fall Creek Falls cabins target of $1.4 million face-lift

photo Fall Creek Falls State Resort Park's cabins could be in line for a face-lift. Parks officials are surveying guests who stay at the resort park's inn, cabins and campsites about ideas for updates and improvements.

Fall Creek Falls State Park, designed and constructed in the 1970s, is the focus of a $1.4 million project to renovate its popular fisherman cabins.

The 10 cabins that sit along part of 345-acre Fall Creek Falls Lake, with covered fishing porches jutting out over the water, are in line for new furnishings and updates inside and out, said Brock Hill, deputy commissioner of the state Department of Environment and Conservation.