Of the approximately two dozen bungalows about half are available at any given time. Those still undergoing repairs can be rented at half the normal rate. All bungalows share the same floor plan: they have a bunk or cot, an entry way, and a dresser or chest to put your belongings. They also have walls made of all natural wood (no synthetics here!) and roofs are either shingled with bark or thatched with brush. All building materials originated in Hog's Swamp allowing the bungalows to blend in perfectly. If you didn't know they were there you wouldn't recognize them!

Illumination is provided by lanterns and hurricane lamps. You can purchase oil at the Watch House for a nominal fee. If there is a stove you can use the oil to light whatever found wood you have collected. No outdoor bonfires allowed, no exceptions. Except for Hog and the Watch House.

My ranger unit was getting bored with being back in country after a few days so I got leave approved, we geared up and headed over to Hog's. It was like being back on rotation, and Hog didn't raise an eyebrow about what we were carrying and no one asked what we were doing. We'd've stayed longer, but someone from battalion managed to find the Watch House and hauled us back in. After I get out of the stockade I'm going back!

— Danger Ranger, Kentucky