There are two rules surrounding the Apate cabin: don't touch anything, and watch where you step. This is because the cabin's windows and doors change with every non-Apate camper. The alteration isn't noticeable, it's designed to be subtle. A doorknob will be an inch or two higher than it appears to be. A door may look wide enough, but it's actually narrower, or lower. You are guaranteed to bump into something. The cabin is built out of a rich, dark wood, and the interior is actually warm and inviting, with dark carpets and a crackling fireplace. The bunks are situated along either wall of the cabin, metal and made with memory foam.