- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 7PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
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Paradise??! i don’t think so
Description says there are 8 sites but there were at least 14 separate campers this weekend. The few sites near the stream were decent but all others were right next to each other in an open field. Pretty nasty bathroom with just one toilet. Definitely not worth $32!
Don't waste your money
NOT AS ADVERTISED! The site is still well within the established town, so there's no feeling of being out in the forest. We showed up to a field where it was a free-for-all on camp set up. The "private" tent sites were small patches of dirt immediately next to the stream, and you had to walk right along other people's tents to get to each space. When asked how many more people were expected, the host didn't even know. With COVID cases spiking and no social distancing possible with 1 bathroom for over the 30-40 people there, we took our chances dispersed camping on a forest service road rather than staying here.
I don't think it was worth $32 a night. There was one toilet (not bathroom, but toilet) for everyone. And the water source was a hose. The toilet and shower were in the same room, no division and this room was just some plywood that had been nailed up in a corner of the garage. The website said there was a cooking area. There was not. It was a basic campsite with basic amenities. The host was very nice, but not real useful. He never answered any of my texts.
This is a great campsite with a few qualms worth mentioning: the firewood was pretty wet so you may want to purchase that elsewhere and the campsite in general is a bit loud and lively. Still, it's a beautiful area with cozy (but not private) sites and fun features like an amazing rope swing big enough for three that swings out over the creek and our absolutely amazing host went above and beyond by helping us back into our car when we locked the keys inside and letting us borrow fishing poles. In all, a perfect place if you aren't looking for too much peace and quiet.
First of all AMAZING host. He was so helpful and generous that I wish I could wholeheartedly recommend this campsite. It’s a great campsite with unusual flourishes such as a rope swing big enough for three that swings out over the creek bed and creative projects in process such as airplane propeller generated power. I had a couple qualms though, and here they are: SOGGY FIRE WOOD; wood kept uncovered and almost unusable. That’s not a huge deal if you are able to get it elsewhere but as far as hassles go was nothing compared to the DJ/fellow camper who blasted industrial noise that sounded like broken machinery cut with intervals of caterwauling into the forest until 3AM. Truly disturbing on several levels. Won’t be back but I can see Why it is beloved to many campers.
The site on the map prior to paying was very misleading. It made it appear to be on the other side of the river from the VERY crowded campground, but ended up being part of the campground. We didn’t even bother staying because it was so crowded. There were probably 200 people in the one lot.