Do you sell firewood?
Yes, we do!
Can I reserve a campsite?
Our campsites are on a first come, first serve basis, but we have plenty! Our cabins, lodge, and RV spots
are available via reservation!
Are there electricity hookups at the campsites?
No. Due to the tent campsites being so close to the water, we cannot provide electricity. Electricity
hookups are only available at RV spots, as they are not near the water.
Is there a size limit on dogs? Is there a fee to bring your dog?
No and No. Pets are only allowed in our canoes or in your own watercraft. All dogs must remain leashed
while on property and must have contact information on their collars. Dogs are not allowed in cabins.
Can I rent a cabin monthly or for the summer? –
Unfortunately no. Our cabins book up very quickly during the summer. In the fall and the winter we
offer monthly cabin rentals though!
Do you have grills available?
We have them available at our cabins. For campsites, you will need to provide your own.
Do you have towels/sheets available in the cabins? Kitchen Utensils?
-Yes, the cabins are set up like a studio apartment. We have all linens and a kitchen full of cooking
utensils. More information can be found on the LODGING tab by clicking here.
How long does each float length take?
5 mile takes anywhere from 2-3 hours, depending on your pace. 8 mile takes 5-7 hours. For tubes, you
are only allowed to float the 5 mile, as it takes longer to get back, unless your tube is attached to a kayak
or a canoe. Tube rentals end at 10am.
Is there a separate fee for the shuttle, or is the price all inclusive?
The total cost will provide you with your watercraft and shuttle to our drop-in spots. The float ends at
BRR. You will float back to your cars.
Can you shuttle with my personal canoe/kayak/tube?
Yes. Please see our watercraft rental tab for more information.
Can I drop in my personal kayak/canoe/tube?
No. Our drop-in spot is on private property.
Do you have beach passes available?
Yes! Beach passes are available in the office for $5.
How old does a child have to be to float?
Children must be at least 5 years old to float and must be accompanied by an adult. Children over 13 can
float in their own watercraft. Anyone under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by a member of
their group over the age of 18.