Come take a dip in our heated pool open Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Come play volleyball on this nice sand court, or your could do a little badminton instead.
COME TRY YOUR SKILL AT HORSESHOES.
what a great way to spend your afternoon!
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Ice cream Social time
Sometime during the weekend we will have a "build your own Sundae!" Check out activities schedule when you come camping to know just what time it starts.
BUTTONS & BOWS WEEKEND
How many buttons and bows are you wearing?
Come Saturday night to our Chili cook off. Sign up and let us know if you will be making your famous Chili. We also need people to make some delicious corn bread to go with it. Looking forward to seeing who is wearing the most buttons and bows. Prizes and fun times after dinner as well.
BEAT THE CLOCK WEEKEND
Only 6 more weeks of camping! Sometimes we feel we are rushing against time. Lots of ways this weekend we will be running against the clock. Kids races looking for the best time. Saturday night come try you luck in our campers version of "minute to win it" Can you beat the clock? Don't miss a beat. Plan to be here this weekend .
BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR WEEKEND
We will be honoring ALL our AMERICAN HEROES this weekend. If you are a police officer, fire fighter, or served in the armed forces, we salute you and ask you to come and camp with us this weekend. We have a special offer just for you. Pay for Friday night and get Saturday night FREE. (cabins and cottages exempt from special pricing)
Please pass this information along to those you know to come and join us.
Important Dog Information
Please be sure to have written proof of Dog Rabies vaccination available at check-in. Our county requires that we need a copy on file while you are at our campground. Thank you! If you have any questions please call the office prior to check in.
NO Firewood can be brought into park!
Please do not bring firewood into the campground.Firewood is available for sale in our Campground Store. The Department of Natural Resources has placed an import ban due to the emeral ash borer beetle. No firewood can be brount into the park.
Meet Your Hosts
"Your memories are our proudest accomplishment!"Bill and Anita have owned the Chautauqua Heights campground since the early 90s. Starting from scratch, they have developed the campground to be one of the top 300 campgrounds in the nation. Although we enjoy the outdoors and the lifestyle operating a campground allows, one of our greatest joys is our family," Anita says. "We enjoy watching other families enjoying themselves and creating their own vacation memories that will last a lifetime.
We look forward to meeting you as your travels bring you through our beautiful Chautauqua area. Come relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings, dont forget to bring your family and friends.