With direct access to Wayne National Forest, we offer 64 campsites including 28 sites with 30 amp electrical hook-ups. Each site consists of a fire ring, picnic table and trash receptacle.
After a long day of riding on the trails, enjoy a hot shower in our heated, clean and comfortable restrooms. Having a party? Enjoy our spacious shelter house equipped with ceiling fans, a generous amount of picnic tables and a projection wall with television access.
Need more drinks and snacks? The “Snack Shack” is well stocked. We are conveniently located just seconds from town.
Thank you again for the cabin rental, the place was awesome, quiet, and no trouble. I will definitely be coming down again to go out riding, but this time I will have to bring my wife. And the owners are some of the best people I’ve ever met.
Jason Tennant , Facebook
Nice, large campsites, Fair price, always very clean restrooms, showers and camping areas. Easy access to trail head. Great people !!. Good times always. Best place to stay in the Wayne National area. Highly recommend.
Dallas Behrens, Facebook
I think it amazing!!! we stayed with them last weekend and enjoyed the stay got lost on there trails but ended up finding way back ! The good part about there camp site is there’s no phone service so in my book that’s a vacation smile emoticon! The owners are so nice and friendly smile emoticon! We will be taking another trip on September 26 smile emoticon to have some more fun with them smile emoticon!
Logan Paige McCombs, Facebook
The owners are great, the grounds are kept clean and campers are always respectful to others. Bathroom facilities are always clean and kept up, which include pay showers. Electric is provided and lots at a good cost. There is a dump out and I believe they may water fill somewhere, but we always full the camper prior. They have nice simple cabins for those that don’t have campers or don’t want to tent. Only cons would be the small lot size and no water at each lot, but everything outweighs that along with easy access to the trailhead.
Bob Ling, Facebook
Easy to find. A plethora of things to do in the region. Clean & well maintained campground & cabins with excellent facilities. The owners are a very friendly & respectful family. Very reasonable prices. The area has a fascinating history, and, the village is the home of the nations’ first miner union, as well as home to the Moonshine Festival. Highly recommended for family events, biker runs, dirt bike trails, and, much more.
Kathleen Young Roby, Facebook