CAMPFIRE

  • All campsites include a fire-ring with a grill for cooking

  • All sites include a bucket for water to extinguish your fire

  • Firewood is $7.00/Bundle that can be delivered to your site

  • Trouble starting your campfire? - Ask us we'll help

  • We've got a wash station for post cooking clean-up

GROUP CAMPFIRE

  • Join us Friday and Saturday night at the creek-side fire-pit

  • Occasional acoustic music

  • Occasional storytelling

  • Occasional Saturday morning nature and history talks

  • Sunday Funday Beer-bust

CAMPSITE

Firewood is available for sale and if purchased in advance, will be delivered to your site upon arrival. You can even engage us to assist in building and your fire. 

Please note, in the event of “high fire danger”, fires may not be permitted.

Coming summer 2021 Grilling utensils will be for sale or rent as part of a “Camp Box” Our We suggest reserving Camp Boxes in advance of your visit to ensure availability.

Cleaning Up: We have 1 wash station with soap, sponges can be purchased in the Barn for post cooking clean-up

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COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT CAMPFIRES

Can I get help building and lighting my campfire?

Understanding how to build a great campfire is an impressive skill that not everyone possesses, We would be happy to teach you how to build a great campfire. Just ask us for help. We believe campfires are one of the best parts of camping - don't miss out. 

How long will my fire burn?

A bundle of firewood should last about an hour to an hour and a half depending upon how your build your fire. We recommend having two bundles of firewood per night unless your campfire stories are really long then make sure your  get a third bundle. 

How do I extinguish a campfire?

To properly extinguish a campfire you must spread apart the remaining burning logs and embers once they are spread apart they will begin to cool, fill the bucket that has been provided in your site with water and slowly pour the water over the burning logs and embers use a stick to turn over the smoldering logs and make sure that you soak each log and the embers. Please don't pee on your campfire - remember the next camper may use the fire ring to cook their food. 

Can I move my firering?

Please do not move the fire ring in your camp spot. These fire-rings are located where they sit to provide you and your neighbor campers just the right distance away from each other to keep your campfire stories from interrupting your neighbors.  

Can I burn trash in my campfire?

Burning trash in your campfire is not permitted, of course if you need to use paper to get your fire started we understand, but once the fire is roaring paper embers could be carried up into the air and do tremendous damage to our forest. 

Can I bring my own firewood from home? 

Of course you can bring firewood from your home, we ask that if you are from further than two hours away you leave your firewood at home and burn ours. Sometimes critters live in firewood that may jeopardize the ecosystem of our forest, so please keep this in mind when packing firewood. Please do not bring and burn any treated wood - or construction grade wood.