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Cool weather, very few campers, colorful trees, no wind, clear skies, privacy: a great find! We had a beautiful one-night stay here in the middle of a long RV trip through New England. Our site was on the lake, as most seemed to be. Lovely...More
Most sites are waterfront, lots of privacy. A great place. You may have to share your site with Canada geese and / or ducks but they are well-behaved, if a bit cheeky. Would have liked closer shower facilities but no big deal considering the beauty...More
Beautiful pond with access from every camping lot. Mostly 5th wheel and tents. Friendly group. Dogs welcome. Local IGA is about 15 minutes away. Public showers and toilets available. Fire pits at every lot. Wood, ice, ice cream, and bakery trucks make this a very...More
I was so excited to actually get 2 spots in this camp. Then my 5 night stay turned into 2. Can we say bugs! This is definitely where the campers go to get in touch with the wild! I gave it 3 stars because it...More
Where do I start? All campsites cost $22.00 per night. Add a $10.00 “extras” fee. Add a $2.75 fee. So, really, it is $34.75 for the first night of a $22.00 stay. No hook-ups. This is dry camping. Water is available. Unfortunately, many of the...More
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On this lake I don't know what you mean by tubing . No rivers to go tubing on. Tent campers are allowed, water spigots are close to campsites, and no electricity. Each campsite has direct access to the lake--one doesn't... More
On this lake I don't know what you mean by tubing . No rivers to go tubing on. Tent campers are allowed, water spigots are close to campsites, and no electricity. Each campsite has direct access to the lake--one doesn't have to walk to the lake for it is right there in front of your site! Yes they provide a table and campfires are permitted. I don't remember any fire rings.
Wild center is about 7 miles away. Hope you come and enjoy The area. I believe Wild Center has a 2-day deal and one needs the 2 days for there is so much to do with all the programs. We tools 9 year old granddaughter who could have stayed for more days but then remembered that she could go fishing back our campsite!'
You can get one or two bars of signal strength at most sites. Some folks have better phones than others and have no problems at all. I have both a Motorola MAXX and an Iphone6. Both were able to receive and make calls.