General Campground Information
We want you, our Guests, to have the most amazing camping experience of your lives! Relax, have fun, stay safe, and enjoy camping at its best.
Between the beginning of May and end of October, our store is open between 8am and 8pm daily (9pm on Fridays and Saturdays).
Check-in for RV and tent sites is at 1pm, to allow time for site clean-up. Cabins, cottages, and lodges have a check-in time of 3pm. Early check-ins start at 9am and are subject to availability and a fee. Please check with the office for more information.
Check-out time is 12pm for all site types, to allow for cleaning before new guests arrive. Guests with keys to a cabin, cottage, or lodge must check out with the office. Late check-outs may be available for a small fee, which would change the check-out time to 6pm. Please check with the office for more information.
Quiet hours are between 10pm and 8am, seven days per week.
Our pool is open seven days a week between 10am and 8pm during our peak season (between Memorial Day and Labor Day). We do not have a life guard on duty, and so we ask that those under 18 be supervised by a parent or other responsible adult. We no longer allow day pass swimmers on Saturdays and Sundays.
The game room is open daily between 10am and 8pm, April - November.
There are two bathhouses on the property, both with laundry facilities. The Upper Bathhouse (located near the Meeting Room and the primitive cabins) contains the ADA bathroom, and is closed for cleaning daily between 11:30am and 1pm daily. The Lower Bathhouse, located near the Playground, is closed for cleaning daily between 1pm and 2:30pm.
While we certainly want you to come camp with us, sometimes things come up and you may have to cancel. With more than 48 hours' notice for tent and RV sites and 72 hours' notice for cabins and lodges, there is a $10.00 cancellation fee. If we receive less than 48 hours' notice for RV and tent sites or less than 72 hours' notice, we will be unable to refund your deposit. Holiday and premium weekends, such as Memorial Day, Labor Day, Independence Day, and our Halloween weekends are non-refundable.
Due to the chance of transferring non-native insects and diseases, we ask that you not bring your own firewood to our park. We are happy to provide some for you at a rate of $6.50 for one crate or $12.00 for two. We'll be happy to deliver it to your site.
A maximum of six people per site are allowed at any time. All visitors must register with the front desk upon entrance to the park and are charged $5.00 per person for daytime visits and $8.00 per person for overnight guests. Visitors must display a car pass in their vehicle at all times and may be required to park in visitor parking. Visitors may not park in other sites while on the park. Visitors are welcome to use all the facilities of the park, including the bathhouses, horseshoe pits, pool, pond, and game room, and may partake in any weekend activities.
We ask that campers limit themselves to one vehicle per site. Extra vehicles will be subject to a $2.00 per day fee and we will require that they be parked in visitor parking. All vehicles must display a parking pass while on the park. Golf carts are available for rent during our peak season (May - October). Rentals are $50 for one day, $90 for two days, or $120 for three. These gas-powered carts are available on a first come/first serve basis. Have your own cart, scooter, or motorbike? Please register it with our office upon arrival.
Our peak season is May - October. However, we are open all year with limited facilities. Some sites and cabins may be unavailable during the off-season due to winterized pipes and sewer lines, and the pool and game room are closed. Interested in cabin camping? If you're looking for a cabin with a kitchen and bathroom, we ask 24 hours notice to book the site, and require a two night minimum in our off-season.
How Many Feet is That Site?
We have a large variety of sites in all different lengths. In order to fit your RV to the right site, we need to know the length of your RV and, sometimes, your vehicle as well. This means that we also need to know the length of the tongue on your trailer or the overhang on your fifth wheel. We also need to know the total length of a motorhome with a tow vehicle. Depending upon the site we assign you, we may have to ask you to disconnect your vehicle as well.