What adjustments are you making in response to Covid-19?
In accordance with state orders we are requiring face masks in all enclosed public spaces such as the office and restrooms/laundry facilities. We are also ensuring a more rigorous cleaning schedule for the public spaces. We have hand sanitizer and disposable face masks available to guests in the office. If you’d prefer a contactless experience, please let us know and we can arrange that for you as well. You can read more about the state order here.
Do you have full hook-ups?
Yes! All of our RV sites are full hookup with either 30 or 50 amp service. We’ll make sure to match you with a site that has what you’re looking for.
Do you have tent sites?
We do! We offer single and double tent sites. Tent sites are available as primitive or with electricity.
What about Hammocks?
We have one site currently that can accommodate one hammock. If you’re traveling with more than one person than a tent site might work out better here.
Are there cabins available?
We have one cabin available that sleeps 2. There are two twin size beds, a small fridge/freezer, a microwave, and air conditioning. You would have access to the public campground restrooms and shower facilities.
Are pets allowed?
We love animals and are happy to host your furry, fuzzy, feathered, or even finned friends. We ask that you please be mindful of other guests by keeping your pets under your control at all times and please clean up after them.
Do you have after hours check-in?
Yes, you’re welcome to check in any time. Our office is typically open until 9pm to welcome arriving guests. If you think you’ll be arriving after 9pm we can provide you with a camp map and directions to your site via txt message or email.
What is your cancellation policy?
We don’t currently require deposits for reservations so you can cancel any time without penalty. We are a small campground, though, and frequently sell out so as a courtesy we ask that you let us know as soon as possible if you won’t make your reservation. This gives us an opportunity to welcome other guests on the waitlist.
I don’t have a reservation but I need to stop for the night, what do I do?
Feel free to swing in to the campground and find an open spot. We tend to sell out most weekends in the summer so there may not be a spot available, but you’re welcome to check. If you find a spot, feel free to park yourself and we’ll catch up in the morning.