We booked this campground for several reasons:
- our great memory of camping at the nearby Katherine Lake 7 years ago;
- a couple of elderly people who'd prefer to stay in a cabin;
- this resort was the only campground in the area with enough vacant spots for our group.
- tight tent sites in an over-developed resort;
- only one shared fire pit with 10 chairs for all resort users;
- extremely expensive. the base rate only covers 2 adults. $10 for each additional adult and $5 for a child (YES, a baby is counted as a child!). a family with 3 kids costs $44/night;
- water only available in the washrooms (more than 200 ft away) shared by all resort users;
- no electricity;
- manager was rude with clear animosity against group of people (ignoring the facts that our group was under their limit of 6 people per site and his staff told us to book the sites with 2 people per site first and pay with actual number of people at check-in);
- noise (boat engines?) in the early morning.
- close to water if you have a boat.
We would have camped in one of the families' back yard if we knew what this place looks like!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We offer ocean front cottages, yurts and a motel. We rent kayaks, paddle boards and a motor boat. Our marina has 60 slips and accommodates boats up to 50'. You can enjoy a heated chlorine-free pool during summer months. ... more less
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