Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are reservations required?

A: No. We recommend that reservations be made a minimum of 2 weeks before your expected arrival time if you have a large group or are wanting to reserve a specific site. Reserving a site will require a 50% deposit to be paid at the time the reservation is made. **Please read cancellation policy regarding reservations. 

  • Are customers allowed to have guests/visitors on the campground?

A: Yes. All guests of customers must check in at the office upon arrival. There is a fee of $10 per day applied for guests upon arrival. 

  • Is there a bathroom or shower facility?

A: Yes, we have both. The facility has 2 separate sides (men's/women's), both with 5 walk-in showers with hot water and a private changing area along with 5 commode stalls with flushing commodes. The location of the facility allows easy access from any area of the campground. 

  • Are grills provided on campsites?

A: No. Each site/camping group will be provided with a fire ring which any large grill grate will fit on. We will have grates for sale in the office as well. Customers are welcome to bring their own grills as well. 

  • Does every site have a picnic table?

A: We have many picnic tables  for our customers to enjoy and we hope to always have 1 on each site. We do recommend that customers bring extra tables if they expect to need them. 

  • What time is check-in/check-out?

A: Check-in will be open from 2:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m.

     Check-out is at 11:00 a.m.

Early check-in and late check-out will be based on site availability and we will do our best to accommodate either. 

  • Are pets allowed on the campground?

A: Yes. All pets must be kept on a leash at all times. All pet waste must be bagged and disposed of immediately, no exceptions. 

  • Is there a "quiet time".

A: We pride ourselves in the ability to allow our customers to enjoy themselves while still promoting a safe, fun, and family oriented atmosphere. We do not have specific hours which we disallow noise but we do have one standing general rule for the entire campground; if you're bothering the people next to you, you're bothering us. Customers who are not courteous to others will be asked to leave. 

  • How do I make floating reservations?

A: We offer turn-key floating service through The Landing at our location. Customers will be picked up at the campground, taken over to The Landing to pay their fees, be taken upstream to their desired put-in point, and they can float right back into the campground. We recommend that floaters with large groups or those requesting rafts or kayaks call The Landing and reserve their floating equipment before their expected 

arrival date. 

  • Can firewood be brought into the campground?

A: No. Due to the devastation caused by the Emerald Ash Borer we DO NOT allow any firewood to be brought into our location by customers. We have firewood for sale by the office. 

  • How many tents fit on a primitive camp site?

A: Most tent sites have enough room for 2 large tents and 2 vehicles. Additional vehicle parking is available by the office. 

  • How big is an RV campsite?

A: Most sites will accommodate a large RV and 2 vehicles. Additional vehicle parking is available by thee office. 

  • DO all RV sites have full hook-ups?

A: YES. All RV sites are equipped with full hookups for power, water, and sewer on site and easily accessible.

  • ATV UTV Four-wheeler Golf Cart Policy.

A: We do allow the use of personal ATV/UTV vehicles by customers. We do  not allow vehicles with loud exhaust. No riding in the campground after dark, NO EXCEPTIONS. Golf Carts are allowed and will fall under the same policy. 

  • Is there a designated swimming/lounging area?

A: Yes. We have 2 great private river access points that are shallow and perfect for swimming or lounging. These access points are only available to customers of the campground. 

  • Distance to gas stations or restaurants.

A: Our convenient location is within walking distance several amenities in Van Buren including gas stations, gift shops, and restaurants.  



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