Cedar Lodge hosts a children's summer camp for 2 months of every year. During the rest of the season, the summer camp cabins stand vacant. Our cabins are wooden and screened, with solar power lights. The two largest cabins have windows and electrical outlets as well. For those that might want to opt for tent camping, our cabins offer an ideal compromise to sleeping on the gr
Cedar Lodge hosts a children's summer camp for 2 months of every year. During the rest of the season, the summer camp cabins stand vacant. Our cabins are wooden and screened, with solar power lights. The two largest cabins have windows and electrical outlets as well. For those that might want to opt for tent camping, our cabins offer an ideal compromise to sleeping on the grounds. Bunks are twin size and sturdy. Shower house with toilets and hot showers are a short walk from all cabins.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Wonderful little gem
Wonderful spot for all. I loved how flexible Kate was. On arrival we booked one of the electric cabin but another large group was a little close to us. With all the kids we had we wanted more space. I asked Kate if we could move cabins and she gave us no issues moving to any other one of our choosing. The cabins were clean and so were the bathrooms. Kate would come every morning to grab trash, clean bathrooms and check in with us. We had wood brought out to our asiste with no issues. We rented a paddle boat which was so fun. Watching the horses and having the swing set nearby was very nice. It was a vive location, near pumpkin patches, stores, beach and wineries so we didn’t stay at the campsite all the time. The other staff was so nice also.
Fun, nostalgic stay. a great time!
I was the leader of a party of 6 that spent a weekend at the cabins. The camp is about 5 minutes off I-94. In case you forgot to pack anything, there's a Dollar General you pass on the way. The cabins are a short drive up a hill through a wooded area. The cabins are fairly close together, sharing a common grassy wooded (lots of elm and pine). We were the only group staying in the cabins for the weekend. There was plenty of shade, which was wonderful with the hot weather. The cabins vary in size, and all have your typical camp bunk beds and mattresses. There are also some moveable shelves for storage. The only cabin with electrical outlets is Duck Inn, at the far end of the cabins area. The cabins had screened windows with curtains, and glass windows that looked like they could be pulled up for colder weather. There is a path downhill to the open field, horse corral, and lake. The beach of the lake is pretty mucky, but there is a short pier you can jump off if you want to swim. A couple of us went fishing and caught a few small fish. The cabins are all very close to the bathroom, the furthest cabin is probably only 200 feet away. Bathrooms have flush toilets, double sinks with mirrors, and behind the sinks there are two individual shower units with curtains, and they have indoor lights (switches next to entrance). The shower pressure was adequate and the water temperature was perfectly hot (I don't think you can adjust the temperature, just the flow rate). There are several firepits by cabins. We called Amy when we needed firewood, and it was delivered to us promptly. We used 3 bundles ($6 each) and it was enough for cooking dinner and several hours of nighttime hangout. It wasn't very buggy when we stayed. We did see a big spider in one of the showers so keep an eye out. I wanted to play the disc golf course but it seemed to be in too much woods and poison ivy was a concern. Seeing the horses "come in" was very cool. Thanks for a fun stay!
Super clean cabins and restrooms. The site was excellent and we really enjoyed seeing the horses. The gentleman who guided us to our cabin was exceptionally friendly and helpful, and the host was very kind and responsive. We had a great time and would definitely recommend!!
Phone number didn't respond upon arrival. Knocking on the door that was supposed to be check-in - nobody home. Over an hour wasted trying to get in contact.
Property itself was quite nice.
If you bring your dog(s), just know that if most of the camping sites are rented the weekend you go, you will need a tie out. Sites were clean and they have a measure of privacy depending on how many are rented that particular weekend. Great to have the shower house/ toilet situation. A large picnic table and fire ring are available at each site. Cabins were clean and spacious so it was easy to pull in our gear in case of rain. We fished in the lake and caught enough to make dinner. Rented a canoe to fish, shore fishing wasn't possible from what we could see. It was cool to see and hear the horses doing their thing, too.