12 thoughts on “Campsite Map

  1. Danielle

    We are looking for a water site August 21-28. Do you have any available? If so which site?

  2. admin Post author

    Hello Danielle,
    If you also need a sewer hookup, then Blue 64 or Blue 65 is waterfront with sewer. If you don’t need sewer (we have pumpout service twice a week) then Blue 23, 24, 25, 50 and 51 are also available. Thanks!

  3. kelly c

    looking for info on next year….whats your seasonal price and what areas of the campground would they be located

  4. admin Post author

    Hi Kelly, Seasonal pricing varies according to the site. Size of site, whether it has a sewer hook-up, whether it is on the waterfront have a bearing on the price. Seasonal sites are available throughout the campground. You might like to stop by the campground and have a look around to see what site suits you and then we can give you an exact price for the season.

  5. Dolores

    My husband and I are looking into coming up this weekend with our camper. We’d probably come up Saturday morning and stay most of Sunday. We know that we’d have to pay for 2 days, that’s fine. Are there any sites available with a good lake view. We’ll also have our dog. He’s an American Eskimo, are they allowed there? If so, are there areas that dogs are secluded from? We’d like to walk him on trails and the beach if we could. Are there any special leash rules? Are there receptacles for when we clean up after his business? Thank You

    Thank you.

  6. admin Post author

    Hi Dolores, We look forward to seeing you! You can walk your dog, he must be on a leash at all times and is not allowed on the beach swimming area (Board of Health rule). There are dumpsters in several places around the campground for “doggie business” and we thank you in advance for picking it up! There are long dirt roads throughout the campground and hiking trails to walk. And yes, there are some waterfront spaces available.

  7. admin Post author

    Waterfront sites are on the shore of the lake or pond. Some blue area sites are waterfront, some yellow sites are waterfront and some brown sites are waterfront. There are also blue, yellow and brown area sites that are not waterfront.

  8. Jeff Pacia

    Looking to come up for 4 or 5 days in May, I have a 32′ camping trailer with slide out, will need Electric and water. Is there any availability and how much a day? Thanks Jeff

  9. Mark

    Thinking of making reservations. What colors sits are full hook up. Are there different prices for different color sites? Is it possible to book 2 or 3 sites near each other ??

  10. admin Post author

    Hi Mark, the colors on the maps are to identify different areas of the campground. They do not necessarily indicate the type of site. All of our sites have water and electricity, most are 30 amp, some are 50 amp and some are 20 amp. There are also a limited number of sites that have sewer. We do have places where you can get 2 or 3 sites next to each other.

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