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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We had a great time with our kids relaxing in the beautiful woods and enjoying the farm animals: donkey, goat, horses, dogs... :-).. Amy was absolutely great and helpful.
My only reservation would be $150 a night. With all the fees the $100 a night turned into $150 a night which seemed a little high for this type of a site.
Better options exist
The pic from the site of a clean cabin next to a lake is misleading. It was covered in webs and spiders. We didn't use it and luckily brought two tents. For $150 bucks it was not worth it.
We had a great couple nights' stay. Cabins are located in an idyllic clearing with two fire pits and bathrooms nearby. Amy and Edgar were kind and helpful. There is some road noise but not too much. The surrounding woods and lake are absolutely beautiful (and the water was the perfect temperature for a long swim!)
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.
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.