We had a site on the lake, which was very nice. However, be prepared for narrow camp sites which may a challenge to get in and out of. Also, the sites are very close together, so plan to meet and greet your neighbors :) Fortunately, we were there after Labor Day, so there weren't a lot of people there. Overall, it was very relaxing with a great view of the lake
Once again had a great time , was able to talk with the owner for a bit , what a great Lady , bath houses were especially clean , we actually used the pool this year and that was great just to relax and overlook the lake .. been going there for 4 years now it's just a great relaxing place to escape the world ..
Overall we enjoyed our stay. We requested 2 lots together with the couple we were camping with and the Keen sisters didn't disappoint. I have one suggestion though re water related activities. Boat rental shed was closed when we showed up at 1:45 on a Saturday afternoon. We rented a 4 person aquacycle inside the office for 1 hr. We were told to grab a life vest from the box on the boat shed porch. There were approx. 1 dozen life vests and they were all child size, nothing to fit us 4 adults. Although we were not required to wear one each person was required to have one with them. This didn't seem to be adequate protection from an accident.
This was our annual end of summer/Labor Day camping trip. We love to come twice a year (Memorial Day and Labor Day) and have been doing so for years. We camp in tents in the Pioneer section. We get a lakeside site with no hookups (but sites with hookups are available). We thoroughly enjoy camping here. The campground is well run and there are plenty of activities of you wish to participate. There is a pool, lake beach, boat and kayak rentals, and so much more. There are basic bathrooms with showers. Everyone is warm and friendly. Such a great time, especially when the weather holds up. Every site provides a ring for campfires and wood is sold at the store. The lake has different fish if you want to do that. Just an overall great camping trip for the family.
It was the first time we went glamping and we did not regret it. Our granddaughter and her friend want to do it again. We were there on a Monday - Thursday, relatively quiet days for the campground, the weekends are busier. The Family Glamping tents are located across the lake from the main campground and are all on the lakefront. In between the Glamping tents are spots for regular tents. The ones next to our tent were not occupied, so we enjoyed peace and quiet and the setting on the lake is beautiful. It may be a bit more active on the weekends. The tent itself felt more like a hotel room with a tent around it then a tent - light years away from how we camped 35 years ago with pretty much everything you need provided. The kids loved it, so did we...it made 'camping' very easy. There was a latrine near us with a door that did not close properly, but the small sanitary facility further down the road was fine. It had one sink, one toilet and one shower and there are two such facilities on this side of the lake. Sufficient for when we were there. The Glamping sites are a mile away from the main facilities, so to get to the beach, pool, store etc requires you to hop into a car. It is possible to walk we were told, but the ground was quite soggy in some areas after heavy rainfall, so we opted not to give that a try. Everyone of the staff I dealt with both on the phone, via email, or while there was extremely helpful and responsive. All in all a very positive experience.…