RV/Tent: 48 Hours - To cancel your RV/tent reservation; call us by 4 pm at least two days prior to scheduled arrival date. $10.00 cancellation fee. Camping Cabin: 7 Days - To cancel your Camping Cabin reservation, call us by 4 pm at least one week before arrival. $10.00 cancellation fee. Deluxe Cabins: and Yurts 1 Month - To cancel your Deluxe Cabin or Yurt, call us by 4 pm one month before arrival. $25.00 cancellation fee. Yurts: 1 Month - To cancel your Yurt, call us by 4 pm one month before arrival. $25.00 cancellation fee. Special Weekend. NO REFUND Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, and Halloween Weekends Sept. 40th, Oct. 7TH, and Oct. 14th.
Check In: 4:00 pm for Sites and Cabins Check Out: 2:00 pm for Sites and Noon for Cabins Pool Open: Memorial Day - Labor Day 9 am until 9 pm (heated) Store Hours: 8:00 am until 9:00 pm Kafe Hours: 8:00 am until 9:00 pm seven days a week No Firewood from outside. Quiet Hours: 11:00 pm to 8:00 am Visitor Charge: $7.00 per person per day Senior Citizens $5.00. Visiting hours are 10:00 am until 9:00 pm
Check-in (RV and tent sites): 4:00 PM Check-out (RV and tent sites): 2:00 PM
Check-In (Cabins): 4:00 PM Check-Out (Cabins): Noon
“ Schedule with Audrey K. Spangler, LMT “ 419-934-2013 or firstname.lastname@example.org à Chair Massage 15min. $20.00 à Therapeutic 1 hour :$60.00 1/2 hour: $40.00 Therapeutic massage received regularly helps work out chronic muscle tension. If you receive it regularly, keeps tension from building again. Therapeutic massage is the manipulation of superficial layers of muscle and connective tissue to enhance their function and promote relaxation and well-being. à Relaxation 1 hour: $60.00 1/2 hour: $40.00 A Swedish massage for release from worry and tension, and for the refreshed, relaxed feeling. à Hot Stone 1 hour: $65.00 1/2 hour: $45.00 A stone massage uses cold or water-heated stones to apply pressure and heat to the body. Stones coated in oil can also be used
Please do not change your assigned site before checking with the office.
Reservations may be made up to one year in advance. Guests who wish to return the same time next year, and who would like to request the same site, should make their reservations before they leave.
Please park vehicles only on the gravel on your assigned site. Sites which appear to be vacant may have a reservation and should not be used as parking. If additional parking is needed, check with our office regarding parking areas.
If you wish to use the campground WiFi for your computer: One continous hour of free connection every 10 hrs. 1. Please click on the internet link on your computer. 2. At the KOA welcome screen click on new user. 3. Make up and enter a username and password. 4. Note user name and password for future log-ins. 5. If you have problems please call: 866-968-3747 24 Hours.........$2.50 1 Week............$8.00 1 Month...........$29.00
11:00 PM to 8 AM
Please respect your neighbors by keeping conversation, radio, television, and musical instrument volume to a minimum. The running of generators is not permitted. Please do not walk through another campsite.
Open Memorial Day though Labor Day Open from 9 AM to 9 PM. Children under 14 must be with an adult. No glass allowed or alcohol. No children under 14 allowed in the hot tub.
Pets should be kept leashed and under control. Pets that display aggressive behavior will be asked to leave. Please clean up after your pet. Pets are not allowed in buildings or in pool area. Pets should not be left unattended.
Please bat, tie, and put your trash at curb between 9:00 AM and 7:00 PM.
Speed limit is 4 MPH. Please watch for children. No clotheslines, ropes, or wires. No weapons, firearms, firworks of any kind permitted.
All visitors must report to the office and sign in before they visit a site. There is a visitor charge of $7.00 per person. Senior Citizens is $5.00.
We just love keeping the campers happy, and making sure that they enjoy their camping experience with us. Come and join our fun filled activities or enjoy one of our deluxe cabins.
Garry and Vicki Cole purchased the campground in 1991 from Garry's family.
"We really wanted to keep the campground in the family," said Vicki. "We just love keeping the campers happy, and making sure that they enjoy their camping experience with us."
Before they became campground owners, Garry was a wastewater management consulting engineer, and Vicki taught band and choral music for 30 years.
When they aren't on the campground, the Coles will likely be attending sporting events, or spoiling their granddaughters.