There’s a bunch of trailer sites and 6 walk-in sites. The walk-in sites are better because they’re more private (see tree photos). Get ready, cause the roads are winding! But once you’re there, it’s totally worth it. Unless you’ve got a carsick pup, in which case you’ll have a car full of barf 🤢

The Goodness

  • The hike we took was 1 mile to the beach: 2 miles out and back. It was cool that we got to hike straight out from our camp site!
  • The bathrooms were super clean.
  • Got to use our new Goal Zero battery and keep our phones, watches, and party speaker juiced up 💪
  • Bibo and Ivan COOLED the hammock for the first time ❄️

Things Learned

  • Day Racs (aka aggressive Bluejays) are smart like Velociraptor. They would distract you by eating dog food on the ground by the tent ⛺️ and then mount the attack to eat the cheese 🧀 on the picnic table. Dicks 🍆
  • We’re getting a new non-stick pan, scissors, a recycling bin, and a 12-egg carrier for camp upgrades.
  • The camp shower from Jessie and Matt gave us worked excellente for washing dishes: which was the purpose they gave to us it in the first place! 🚿

Ivan, Ali, Bibo, and Bozzy

  • Ali, Ivan, Bibo, Bozzy
Site Walk-in B
Checkin 2pm
Checkout 12pm
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