This campground is the perfect spot if you want to still have a camping experience and get away from RV parks. The terrain there makes for a beautiful view. The new owners are great and made our group feel right at home! The pool, putt putt, and walking trails were nice as well! The pull through sites were great for the two 28’ fifth wheels and 30 ft bumper pull in our group. There are a lot of trees but the new owners have worked hard to make sure the sites are cleared enough to park in. Will definitely be back again and will be interested to see what more great things Shane and Cindy have in store for this place.
We stayed four nights there the beginning of August. There are 600 sites as well as cabins. Our group had bridge view sites as well as behind the row of bridge view sites. Bridge ones were small but they did a great job of planting cedars to divide each site for privacy. Our lot was big as we were behind everybody else. Huge common area by the water that was perfect to lay in a hammock and read. Beach was a little mucky so we swap out in front of our sites where there were rocks, but it was nice. Very well run establishment with a terrific camp store. My only complaint is they won’t give out a map with site numbers or cabin numbers on it. You have to walk around and figure out what sites you want to reserve if you want to return.
Rustic feel as all sites are electric but no water hook up. There are spigots in the center as well as a dump station and potable water fill. My family has camped here for years as it is close to home. They sell fire wood and the bath houses are cleaned multiple times as day and the showers are usually pretty warm as well. Great place to camp as a group. A few different play grounds and a full beach across the road.
We stayed there for a wedding that was taking place down the road. While it is mostly a seasonal campground we felt quite at home as there are many friendly faces. Only water and electric hook up but fairly big sites. Bath house and shower located up front with dump station as well. We will definitely be back. They try to get the entire campground involved and do bonfires at the office each night.