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I've camped at Casey's four times. Camping was how I lived all vacation time until I became disabled. I remember helping Casey dig a pit for baking beans, burying them, then sharing the finished product! Yum. I collect rocks and minerals and when I saw...More
The views, the moose seen walking along the road on the way into the camp, the loons, the ducks, the quietness, the boat docks, the well graded and maintained 6.5 mile road in, great cellular reception. the helpfulness of the owners as well as their...More
I had visited actually back in 1991 or whenever it was, not the date shown. It is a 6 mile drive on a dirt road just to get to the place, and at one part of it, you go over a bridge that looks pretty...More
Very nice place. People who say the owner is mean are wrong, they just don't understand his way of humor. The place has 6 hours of power a day. All ways have water due to a water tower. Gas frige in lodge and gas hot...More
Our family absolutely loved this campground! It was so beautiful and peaceful. Casey and Sarah, the owners, were very welcoming, friendly and helpful. There were docks for easy kayak launching, and a really nice pebble beach for swimming. Lots of room for our daughter to...More
I was wondering if anyone can give me an idea of favorite site numbers? I have 3 kids who love swimming. Would want a waterfront site. I don't know if there are any waterfront sites that aren't completely open to neighboring campers? One that doesn't feel like you are sharing a site with other tenters. Any info is appreciated thanks!
17 February 2015|
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"I haven't been there in 20 years, but facing the lake was always the most beautiful"