Frequently asked questions

What are the store hours?

Peak Season (Memorial Day to Labor Day) Sunday: 8am-7pm Monday: 9am-8pm Tuesday: 9am-8pm Wednesday: 9am-8pm Thursday: 9am-8pm Friday: 9am-10pm Saturday: 8am-10pm Off Season (mid April- mid May) & (mid September- mid October) Peak season hours are typical, but may vary during this time. Please call in advance Winter Hours (October 15- April 10 ) Mon, Wed: CLOSED Tues, Thurs: 4pm-8pm Fri, Sat, Sun: CLOSED

Do I have to check in before I go to my campsite?

YES, please come directly to the office/store to check in upon arrival.

How much does open swimming cost and what does it include?

-Daily open swim pass is $5 per person per day and includes the pond, swimming pool and splash pad. -Summer individual and family passes are available. -Open swimming is daily from noon-8:00pm -Every swimmer must have a wristband.

What if I need firewood or propane?

We can handle that! Both firewood and propane are available for purchase. Simply come in the store to pay for either item in advance and we will deliver the firewood to your site. For propane, one of our employees will meet you at the propane fill station and get you taken care of.

Can I bring my pet?

We love pets! -Just keep them on a leash at all times and clean up after them while on walks and at your site. -Pets ARE NOT allowed in our cabins. -Please no exotic or vicious animals. -No pitbulls

Can I bring my own golf cart if I am a weekend camper and is there a fee?

Yes, you may bring your own golf cart from home with the following stipulations: -The cost is $5 per night. -You must provide proof of insurance for the cart. -Only licensed drivers 16 and older may operate the cart. -5 MPH speed limit at all times. -No standing on the cart while in motion. -ATV's, side by sides, 4wheelers, dirt bikes and the like are not permitted in the campground

I'm renting a Cabin, what do I need to bring?

-Bedding and pillows. Bed sizes: 2 twins, 1 full/queen futon, 1 queen bed. -Towels and washcloths. -Personal Toiletries. Shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothpaste etc. -Kitchen and cooking utensils. -Food/beverages -Lawnchairs *Cabins have their own full bathroom with a stand up shower. Sleep up to 6 people and have a full size refrigerator, microwave, kitchen table and tv (no cable). Each cabin also has a picnic table, fire ring, and charcoal grill. NO pets or smoking allowed in the cabins.

I'm renting a Camper, what do I need to bring?

-Bedding and pillows. Bed sizes vary camper to camper so blankets are the best option. -Towels and washcloths. -Personal Toiletries. Shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothpaste etc. -Kitchen and cooking utensils, pans, plates, silverware etc. -Food/beverages -Lawnchairs *When renting a camper, it includes the camper, picnic table and fire ring. All other necessities must be brought in.

What is your cancellation policy?

Since we haven't quite figured out a way to control the weather just yet, there will be no rain checks or refunds for weather. But, here are our cancellation policy details, should the need arise: All reservations can be made 365 days in advance and require 100% payment at the time of booking.​ NON-HOLIDAY WEEKENDS -Cancellation 8 or more days prior to arrival date: $10 fee -Cancellation 3-7 days prior to arrival date: $10 fee, remaining balance will be held as *camp credit -Cancellation 0-2 days prior to arrival date: $10 fee plus 50% of reservation will be forfeited ​​ HOLIDAY WEEKENDS -Cancellation 15 or more days prior to arrival date: $10 fee -Cancellation 8-14 days prior to arrival date: $10 fee plus 50% of reservation will be forfeited -Cancellation 0-7 days prior to arrival date: 100% of reservation will be forfeited​ -No shows on holiday weekends will be charged for the full 3 day weekend.



Tel: 419-968-2211

Reservations and Cancellations will not be accepted through email.

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Disclaimer: Guests entering the campground assume all risks and danger incidental to the activity of camping in a rustic outdoors environment including specifically (but not exclusively), the danger of being injured by insects or other animals, of being injured by participating in recreational activities, such as hiking, swimming or boating at the campground or of being injured as a result of inclement weather conditions and agrees that the campground and its owners, agents and employees are not liable for injuries or property damages resulting from such causes.  Entrance onto the campground property constitutes permission for the campground to photograph anyone while on the premises and to use any resulting pictures for any lawful purpose without compensatoin to the individual. Entrance onto the campground also constitutes guests will abide by all campground rules. 

Campground owners have sole discretion on removing guests from the property for any reason.