Tim R.
Reviewed Sep. 25, 2018

Nice to get out, but not too far out

This campground offers seasonal sites (my friend's parents got one this season) and has all the necessities to hook up your RV and create your own temporary summer escape. It also would be a nice place to stay for a night if you're driving through. Sites are spacious, but most are rather close to one another - especially the waterfront ones which are packed in there and offer room for no more than a car and trailer. This can get noisy, but also let's you get to know your neighbors. Many of the sites are under pine trees, so pitch can get on a lot of stuff. Many sites are just a stone's throw away from the pond, which makes for great scenery and sunrises! There also is a small swimming area that doubles as a canoe/kayak launch as well. The bathrooms are clean and they even offer laundry services.

Overall, this is a nice campground if you like to get outside for the weekend with amenities, but it doesn't have that "backcountry" feel that other, more primitive campgrounds have.

  • Sunrise over Ticklenaked Pond
  • Paddle Boarding on Ticklenaked Pond

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