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Camp sites are around a small pond that you can use the campground's canoes to paddle around. Entertainment on some nights, dinner & entertainment (19.50), or dinner (12.50)& barn dance (10.00), or just go to the barn dance (Sat only). Very family oriented as there is no alcohol at the dinner, entertainment or barn dance. If you stay here you will want to take in some of the entertainment! A good time! Very friendly family run. They also do the great roast beef all-you-can-eat meal, and provide the entertainment. A talented bunch. Passport discount accepted Sun-Thurs.

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This is a member campground with CtoC and RPI affiliates. Non members are allowed and the rate is $42-47 night. Wonderful campground with all the amenities. Indoor/outdoor pool. Beautiful clubhouse w/racquet ball courts, library, TV & family TV rooms and arcade. Not much missing here! (Except WIFI) Amazing scenery. Most sites have their own 'cabana' and propane BBQ. They have added some sites along the one side of the campground that aren't that great, small & no cabana or a very tiny one. They do have full hookups at these sites as well. We have always lucked out and had a large cabana site with the exception of this past visit. It was quite busy though so that may have been the reason. We will definitely be camping there again.

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This was probably the smallest site we have had in a campground since we have owned a 5th wheel with slideouts. Once we opened our slides, the poor neighbors barely had any room. (Maybe 6-8 ft maximum) We had very little room as our neighbors on the other side also had a slide out. There was not even room to open our awnings. We did not have a picnic table and although we asked for one it didn't happen. It didn't really matter as there really wasn't the room. We were offered a fire pit which we declined. The staff was friendly enough but the site size ridiculous. There wasn't much of a beach as it was right beside where the boats were moored.