We did not camp at the campgrounds, but actually stayed in their cabins in that area. My daughter and I attended the Hume Lake Mother-Daughter Retreat in May 2012, and it was wonderful! We stayed in their "Standard Housing" cabin, which was rather rustic, but it had the basic amenities (camp-style bunkbeds, electrical outlets and private bathroom). Nicer accomodations would have cost more, so we were fine with "Standard." The food was excellent, and I found myself looking forward to every meal! They had great activities for both kids and adults, and we found that the weekend went by very quickly! I cannot say enough about the service and the excellent quality of the staff-- if you need anything, or have any issue, it will be resolved quickly. For example, we had a little problem with ants in our cabin, and someone came by immediately to take care of it. There is no cell phone service, so tell your boss not to call you when you're there. However, they had wireless at the camp, so if you HAD to answer e-mails, you could do that. We took a nice walk around the lake (about 3 miles), and it was absolutely beautiful. Make sure you bring your camera!
- Also Known As:
- Hume Lake Campgrounds Hotel Hume