The Mitchell

 John Mitchell was a miner in Georgetown who had grown up in Cornwall, England.  He was known as a Cornwall Jack.  He traded a local man a set of matched mules in exchange for his daughter’s hand in marriage.  John and his wife Martha had thirteen children and later owned farming property in the Mimbres Valley.  Today there are many Mitchell descendants still living in and around the Mimbres Valley. 

This cabin is very private being on its own drive and has a large side yard.  One gets a warm and cozy feeling with the homey decor found in this cabin.  There is a roomy side porch to extend the living space.  The Mitchell has a gas grill, gas fire pit and outdoor seating areas.

Anything we could possibly need was already provided. You’ve thought of everything. The vistas from all the cabins are fabulous. We enjoyed hiking the old Georgetown town site!
— guests from Battle Lake, MN