Campground
Amanda K.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 2, 2020

We come back every year

We enjoy this campground and try to come at least once a year. We prefer Cain Hollow/Quaker Area over Red House Area for camping. The sites are roomier. This trip we stayed at site 73 with our 27’ camper. It’s not a very deep site but we did have enough room on the non-awning side of our camper to set up a large tent and play corn hole. On the backside of the campsite is a small embankment and just on the other side of it is a creek, which the kids enjoyed playing in. Campground bathrooms were large and clean.
Let’s talk about the lake area within Quaker. On one side of the lake there is a nice area to enjoy fishing. On the other side there’s a rather large sized sandy beach with a newly renovated bath house. (I believe both areas had a docking for canoes/kayaks). The bathroom facilities were pleasantly clean. Just off the beach there is a large new playground. The grounds are so large that you could set up a picnic under one of the several large shaded tress. Ohh and there’s an ice cream counter too. Yumm !!!

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