We have a variety of sites available to accommodate most vehicles including 5th wheels, slide-outs, class-A and B rigs, and of course our tent campers. We have dry and full hook up sites.
YES. We do accept all major credit cards including Visa, Discover, Mastercard and Amex.
YES. We do allow pets! Currently our policy does NOT include an additional fee for pets/dogs. We do ask however, that you keep your furry family members on a leash at all times and pick up after them. The Park has a spacious dog run located in the back corner.
NO. It is something we are looking in to for future use but for now, may we suggest you talk to each other, read a book, enjoy the outdoors and pretend it’s 1993. 🙂
At this time we do not have a minimum stay requirement for our regular season. During all major holidays we do require a 3 day minimum stay. Other than that, we have day use, overnight, weekly, monthly and seasonal rates available. Also, unless your vehicle is completely self sustaining we disconnect any and all water/sewer connections during the winter months. This means the park’s bathrooms and showers will no longer be available for use.
*While we do not have a maximum stay limit, we only offer full facility use during our main season which is May 1- October 31st.
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SPACES ARE VERY LIMITED AND GO VERY FAST!
YES. While we do not require a reservation for your stay, we do encourage a reservation to ensure you get the space and the dates you are wanting. Holidays fill up quickly so it is best to make your reservation as soon as you know you want to come!
YES. We understand that the tent life isn’t for everyone, and even RV’s and travel trailers can seem unwelcoming to some. For those folks we do have 2 cabin’s on site available for rent, one of which is wheelchair accessible. Both cabins are close to the bathrooms for your convenience. The Park is also very close to a few nice little motels.
Check in is typically any time after 1:00pm and check out is usually by 11:00am
YES. There are campfire rings set up at most sites. All fire pits must have a metal cover to limit sparks, flame height etc. We do ask that all campfires be extinguished by 11:00 pm. Occasionally the Forest Service will put restrictions on campfires in which case we would enforce their restrictions for safety reasons and to help prevent wild fires. Please make sure you keep your fire in the rings provided and never leave a fire unattended!
We are fortunate to live in an area abundant with wildlife! On any given day you are guaranteed to see a variety of birds, squirrels and chipmunks. Deer are often seen wandering through the park in the early morning and late evening hours. Raccoon and bear are in the area, we know they’re here and try to discourage their presence. The smells from your camp can often lure them in so make sure you don’t leave any food sitting outside at night, please make sure all your trash gets placed in the dumpsters at night. Please do not try to get closer to them, they are just as beautiful to look at and watch from a distance, and it’s much safer!
Please allow up to 48 hours for a response. While we make every effort to respond immediately, there are occasions where it may take us a few days to get back to you.