How would you like to spend the summer at a camp where you can choose your own unique site and leave your RV/trailer there all year. Gordon's campground has been helping campers have the best of times for half a century and offers an early registration system that allows vacationers to stay at their preferred site.
With seventy acres to choose from, you can bet there are a lot of happy campers enjoying their time at this stylish campground, comprising of blue gum and birch trees for shade with grassy sites and gravel roads.
Pitch a tent in the woods or hook your RV up to their metered electricity (20/30/50 amp) and water. There are two dump stations plus the camp features tidy restrooms and showers with access to the Internet. A laundry and camp store packed to the rafters with supplies and ice-cream is all part of the friendly service.
Gordon's campground has a long history of seasonal activities including the infamous golf outing, Gordon's annual poker fun, and the kids' Back 2 School Carnival. The emphasis is on entertainment at this iconic campground with a clover shaped, heated swimming pool to enhance the Irish theme. There is also a basketball court, awesome playground, and fishing pond for the kids with hayrides on the weekend. The massive acreage and lake nearby allow hikers to enjoy exploring the woods or take a boat out on Big Long Lake.
If you are not into camping in a tent or bringing the RV, why not stay over in one of their luxury travel trailers with all the comforts of home, or enjoy the tranquility among the trees in a rustic pioneer cabin. Picnic tables and fire-rings are situated outside the trailers and cabins for outdoor entertaining. All you have to do is bring your own linen.
Dogs are allowed to accompany their owners on holiday to Gordon's campground but must be on a leash that measures less than six feet. The rules are in place to ensure all folks staying have a memorable time. Dog owners are asked to pick up their pooch's waste and keep them from interfering with other guests.
The quaint town of Wolcottville is around eight miles from the camp and offers a look into its sawmill heritage and historic architecture. Changes are afoot at the campgrounds with updates being implemented to make your stay even more pleasurable.