Planning Your Stay at Papoose Pond: Cabins vs. Campsites

Whether you’re drawn to the rustic appeal of camping or the cozy comforts of a cabin, finding the right accommodation is key to a perfect getaway.

Papoose Pond offers a variety of options to ensure you make the best choice for your stay. Let’s delve into these choices, helping you select the perfect backdrop for your next outdoor adventure.

Wondering About Cost?

When planning your stay, one of the first questions might be about cost. The price of your stay will vary depending on whether you choose a campsite or a cabin. 

Campsites offer a more budget-friendly option, with additional features like electric and water hookups at different prices.

Cabins, on the other hand, provide more amenities but come with a higher price point. 

Campsites: Embrace the Great Outdoors

1. Standard Campsites: Our standard campsites, nestled among cathedral pines or beside the tranquil lake, offer a classic camping experience. These spacious, level sites cater to your needs, with many featuring electric, water, and sewer hookups. Most sites are “back-in,” ensuring easy accessibility for all campers.

2. Dining Shelter Sites: These unique spaces include a protective wooden canopy over the picnic table, a kitchen workspace, and ample shelving for cooking gear and supplies. It’s the perfect blend of outdoor fun and practicality.

3. Kitch-n-Bath Shelters: For those seeking a mix of rustic charm and modern amenities, these spots are ideal. These sites feature a private bathroom and a kitchen area equipped with an electric stove, sink, counter, and cupboards. It’s camping convenience at its finest.

4. Half Moon Shelters: Our largest campsites, the Half Moon Shelters, come with a private bathroom and full utility hookups. These sites offer a more secluded and upscale camping experience.

5. The Tree House: A highlight for families, the Tree House is a unique offering. This enclosed cabin, perched atop a twenty-foot tree stump, includes bunks for the kids and a separate dining shelter, making it an unforgettable adventure.

Cabins: Your Home Away From Home

1. Cabinette or Hutnick (without Bath): These family-friendly cabins are near public bathhouses, with some located right on the beach. Cabinettes feature four beds in one room, while Hutnicks offer six beds and a separate sleeping area. Both come with a porch, kitchen facilities. You will need to bring your own linens and utensils.

2. Deluxe Cabinette with Bath: For those who prefer camping with a touch of luxury, the Deluxe Cabinettes provide a private bath, a single bedroom with six beds, and a screened-in dining porch with kitchen facilities. You will need to bring your own linens and utensils.

3. Camperlodge: Ideal for families or small groups, the Camperlodge offers two bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen, and a modern bathroom. The pine-paneled rooms and comprehensive kitchen amenities add to its charm. You will need to bring your own linens and utensils.

4. Deluxe Cottages and Park Models: Situated near the lake, these options offer stunning views and come fully furnished. The Deluxe Cottages and Park Models feature modern living rooms, bedrooms, and fully equipped kitchens, offering a luxurious camping experience. 

Finding Your Perfect Spot

Choosing between a campsite and a cabin at Papoose Pond depends on your camping style and needs. Do you relish the traditional camping experience or prefer the comforts of a home-like setting? Are you looking for a simple setup or a more luxurious stay? 

Consider what’s important for your family – be it the adventure of outdoor cooking, the convenience of modern facilities, or the privacy and comfort of a cabin.

No matter your choice, Papoose Pond offers an unforgettable stay filled with nature’s beauty and the comforts you seek. Each option offers its unique charm, ensuring your camping experience is just what you envisioned. So pack your bags and head to Papoose Pond, where a memorable camping adventure awaits you and your loved ones!