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This RV Park offers some long term sites. WIFI is offered in the Library area only for their guests and is not available through out the park. Pull through sites are long and can fit most RV's. Parking is available at each site at the front or the rear of each site. Laundromat is available…
Nice flat, paved RV sites, gravel tent spaces, and new picnic tables. Camp hosts and staff are friendly.
The road in and out is all gravel. While a low clearance vehicle could make it, I recommend a high clearance vehicle. But the campground itself is fantastic. Camping is free and there are vault toilets. I did see one water spigot, but I recommend filtering your own water. A few of the campsite are…
Tucked back behind a neighborhood of fairly luxurious homes and sitting near the lake, these sites offer a nice spot to catch a breath while traveling. We stayed at tent site 10 and it has been perfect. $27/night for tent and $38/night for RVs. Pet friendly, great host, facilities, and plenty of…
Lovely little Campground. Access to a crowd beach but it was still nice to get in the water at 95! Nice paths. Sites are a bit tight and there is no dump station
Friendly staff, free canoes to take out on the lake, clean restrooms and kitchen area, nice relatively private tent camping spot.
Small RV park, with a few tent sites. Hosts were lovely people. Large clean bathrooms and showers. Park like environment.
Was warned a Moose family likes to walk through, but didn’t see them.
We stayed in the Waldron campground and it’s got big trees with lots of shade. Very clean bathrooms and showers! The Beaver Bay swimming is wonderful and perfect for all ages.
The campground has lots of grass and trees. Deer graze throughout the campground. 17 RV sites makes it feel very homey. The camp host was very nice. It is a bit of a walk from the camp to the lake and the access road is narrow and many curves. Would definitely recommend this park and would…
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A very pleasant small campground. Nicely spaced. Some have great water views. Upper loop is for groups. Most spots by reservations but some first come first served. Great camp host. Swimming docks. Not for big rigs. Fee is $21 and half off senior pass holders.
A very pleasant small campground. Nicely spaced. Some have great water views. Upper loop is for groups. Most spots by reservations but some first come first served. Great camp host. Swimming docks. Not for big rigs
This little camping spot off of interstate 90 is perfect for all ages. A couple of dozen small pull in, and pull- through, sites that have full hookups and tire rim fire pits. A bit of shade and a bit of noise from the interstate.
But…. there 40 minutes tour of the mine is awesome!! And, it comes…
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If you have a night on the road this is a great stop. It’s right off the freeway but not noisy. Clean and level. It’s all concrete but it’s nice and level with a dog area, a play set, and a pool. Showers were clean and nice, and there’s a nice community room. Staff were nice.
I spent one night here at the Bowl & Pitcher area. I was in the tent area with no hook-ups, but the lower area for RVs looks much nicer. It's very close to the day use area, so lots of people coming through on a Sunday. No privacy between sites, but a super nice park with lots of hiking, right…
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We were lucky enough to land the island campground which made the whole experience amazing! This place has great amenities (free canoes, hot showers, flush toilets, free firewood) which made it the nicest campground I had been to for awhile. Like I mentioned before, we got the island spot which was…