Lots to do very close to water and many things to do in and around camp ground. Stayed for a few days would go back.
If I could I would live there. I never wanted to leave. It was the nicest place I ever visited. Rode on the Ferry every time I could. The campground is very nicely run and the campstore is great.
This is a wonderful little campsite primarily catering the seasonal RVer. With that said they do have primitive camping spots next to the putt putt course and water only tent sits at the upper feild. There are also water/electric sites in a loop behind the honeymooner cabins, and they have teh best shade and set up for hammock camping.
The ferry here is real, and has been in operation for the last 100+ years
There is a small goat petting zoo, with very friendly pigmy goats and the camp is extremely pet friendly as long as they are on a leash.
There is the typical camp store, and in addition there is the icecream store next to the river. Across the street is a local winery with the best views of the river around.
The campsite fills quickly on the weekends, kayakers and fishers, and motorboats use this as the weekend home and mini family vacation spots.
The showers are located in the RV section of the campground, so you will have to walk a bit if you are tent camping.
There are horse stable available as well on site.