Activity List 2023
All of our campground guests are allowed to participate in our scheduled activities. Activities are not open to the public. All events will be held at the pavilion unless stated otherwise. These activities cannot be successful without the help of our campers volunteering. Volunteers are always needed to help prepare food and to clean up after the event. Please feel free to jump in and help at anytime!
Main dishes for all activities are provided by the campground (except for our Halloween Party). We ask that our campers bring a covered dish and/or desserts to help provide a full meal. You must bring your own drinks (alcoholic beverages are not allowed at the pavilion). Pets are not allowed at the pavilion during scheduled activities.
* For activities marked with a star, we ask that you donate hot dogs and buns. Some campers do not necessarily like the main dishes that are provided at these events but still enjoy visiting with others. This allows all of our camping guests to enjoy the activities we hold. If you do donate hotdogs, please provide buns to go with them. All donated items must be put in the pavilion kitchen by Friday evening before the scheduled event. Please put the hot dogs in refrigerator. Our volunteers will arrive early to cook the hot dogs.
** For activities marked with two stars, the event still needs to be confirmed with outside parties. We will update the website as soon as more information is available.
(Please view General Rules for Everyone for our photo policy.)
The campground works with a local source to purchase and cook a hog in order to provide the best smoked pork around.
Please bring your covered dishes or desserts to the pavilion by 4:45 pm
Soup beans freshly made by campfire are a delicacy of our campground. Please bring your covered dishes/desserts to the pavilion by 4:45 pm. If you donated hot dogs and buns for this event, you do not have to provide a covered dish.
We strongly encourage decorations of campsites for this event!
Please bring your choice of soup, chili, covered dish, or dessert to the pavilion by 4:45 pm. If you donated hot dogs and buns for this event, you do not have to provide the choices listed above.
When everyone is done eating, usually around 6:00 - 6:30 pm, volunteers will clean up the pavilion while the children return to their camper to put on their costumes.
We ask that all children return to the pavilion by 6:45 pm to participate in the piñata at 7:00 pm. Group pictures of participants are taken at this time (see photo disclaimer in General Rules).
Once the piñata is broken, usually around 8:00 pm, the kids are free to walk around the campground for trick-or-treat. During this time, we ask that all vehicles remain parked due to the amount of kids running around. The ice cream truck will be visiting during this event as well, so keep an eye out!