The Backcountry Village is at the edge of the property bordered by Pete’s Pond, cliffs, and the Holly River. It is the most secluded part of camp accessed by a short 5-7 minute hike from the camp store and bathhouse into the fern lined woods or a slightly longer and flatter stroll around Pete’s Pond. At the intersection of the three main camping areas there is an outhouse for late night convenience. We have check-in parking by the camp store and we provide gear bellhop assistance, if requested. This village is bordered by the Holly River and cliffs that lead to acres of untouched land.
The Glampin‘ Tent is perfect for those that want to go camping with a touch of creature comfort. This is a canvas safari tent with a comfortable bed, carpet, tables, and chair to get you off the ground, and sleeping in style. Situated on a rock outcropping overlooking the pond with built in firepit and easy access to our bathhouse and bait shop. It is not 100% bug or critter proof, so please don't leave food or trash out. Amenities include solar powered lights, and charging station. If you want to camp with a group of friends, you can rent the Woodchopper's Overlook Deluxe Tent Site next door, and have a group campout. The view is beautiful, and so is inside. Come glamp it up yourself.
Our two Gypsy Group camp sites are on the river next to the Hammock Hostel. Conveniently located near the outhouse, but only about a five minute walk to the camp store and bath house. 4-wheel drive is required drive directly to the sites, but we can help you tractor your gear to the site, if you ask. There is a large fire pit in the middle and one in each site. A common picnic table is shared in the space, as is the beach and swimming area during higher water. This is a great place for larger sized groups of friends to all camp together. Riverside relaxin’ amongst the trees and ferns. Adjacent to the Gypsy Group sites is the Hammock Hostel. Camping in the hostel is a great way to camp out for the least amount of money: only $10 on weekdays.You get two trees of your choosing and a communal fire pit and picnic table. Located next to our two group sites next to the Holly River behind the pond. No car parking, and its about a five minute walk up or down two small hills out to the bathhouse and camp store. There is a primitive outhouse across the way, and the area may be a little muddy when it rains really hard. Friendly leashed pets are welcome if you clean up after them and don’t leave them unattended.
Named because there is a heart shape on a tree in the back, but the secluded sites are for lovers or just friends. About an 7 minute walk from our bathhouse and bait shop over two hills leads you back to farthest point in camp along the Holly River. With a swimming hole, and undercut rock you can relax outside of the wifi zone listening to the water. An outhouse is just a short walk down the trail, and you are on a dead end trail unless you care to bushwhack uphill to connect to the hiking path. This space is suitable for two people and a smaller 6x8ish tent. There are two campsites along the trail, each with a fire pit and rocks.