This cottage is not part of the main complex of the LES Center but is located across Highway 76 from the property, near the intersection of Old Chechero Road. It has one double bed, a small table, and a comfortable reading chair. It is the smallest of the three residential cottages at the Center and is shaped like a wigwam, the dome-shaped structures once used by some North American Indians. The back of the Wiggie Cottage property is bordered by Chechero Creek and is a short distance from Laurel Falls. The cottage is located between a bed & breakfast inn and a vacation home owned by relatives of Lillian Smith.