WiFi: WiFi is available to guests in designated area (See map). Code provided in info folder in home. There is NO WiFi at the cabins or tinies. We encourage guests to digitally disconnect and instead reconnect with family, friends and significant others.
Breakfast: A light continental breakfast is left in your cabin/tiny the first day. It consists of 4 cereal, 4 oatmeal, 4 breakfast bars, 2 oranges, 2 milk, 2 OJ, coffee, sugar and cream. It is not refilled during your stay.
Other Provisions: Homes include linens, towels, plates, cups, utensils, wine opener, grill spatula and tongs, lighter and small ice tray.
Meal Planning: All homes have a kitchenette and are NOT set up for full on cooking. Kitchenette include mini fridge, microwave and coffee maker. Select tinies only have a hot plate (Dogwood, Sycamore, Rhododendron) We recommend most meals be cooked on the charcoal grill outside. Other meal options include the onsite restaurant (see hours at bottom of page) or the many restaurants in nearby towns. Closest full grocery store is in nearby town (25min away).
Campfires: The fishcamp cabins have access to 2 communal fire pits. Each tiny home has its own fire pit. Please make sure campfires are completely out when finished. During our dry season our area is sometimes under burn restrictions and we cannot legally, nor safely have campfires. We ask that you please cooperate when under a county burn restriction. We will message guests of these warnings when in effect.
Firewood: We do have firewood for sale on site for guests only. Instructions on where to get firewood and how to pay can be found in the home in the information folder. We take cash or Venmo. If you are not a pro at starting a campfire we HIGHLY recommend bringing a starter log and lighter fluid.
Bears and other wildlife: We are abutted to hundreds of acres of forest. There are black bears, bobcats, racoons and other wildlife nearby. Please DO NOT leave any trash outside your cabin. Coolers need to be put inside or in your locked car at night. Please burn off your grill if used for cooking.
Septic System: We are on a septic system. This means NOTHING but toilet paper in the toilets. No food down the kitchen sink.
Pet Policy: There is a $30 pet fee. Dogs must be over 2years old, up to date on shots, on flea medication, potty trained and non-aggressive towards people or other dogs. And most importantly - not barky. While we realize dogs sometimes bark, if you have an incessant barker or a dog that barks at noise easily, this is not a good fit out of consideration for other campground guests. Pets are allowed in select homes only.
What to Bring
Charcoal if planning to grill. Grill tools provided. Our kitchenettes are not set up for full on cooking.
Beach towels if planning on exploring neighboring lakes or creeks
Flashlight or lantern (we try to reduce light pollution, so there is not a lot of outdoor lighting at night)
Starter log or lighter fluid
Rain gear if rain is in the forecast -the best time to hike without crowds!