The Lower Meadow Campground was built as Eagle Scout projects by a number of boys. Many scout groups use this area because it was built with scouting in mind. There are tent pads in the woods for small two man tents, a few for the larger 4 man tents, a flag pole for the flag raising and lowering, and a meadow with lots of grass area for more tenting and space to play games. A great space for large family, groups, and church campouts; with its own fire ring and shelters it's like being in your own private park.
The lower campground is our most "outdoorsy" camping area. While still being only a short walk to the public restrooms the tenting pads in the woods have the most isolated feeling of all our camping areas. Because of this the lower meadow campground is often used for activities such as survival camp, bush crafting camp, or "first time in the woods" camping adventures.
On the grassy side there is plenty of open space for large group activities, and the covered shelters make it possible to have activities in any weather.
The bridge across the creek was recently replaced, thanks to the Taylor Family bridge builders! Now that we can cross the creek safely additional work is required to repair some of the tent pads and camping area on the far side. This is a great service project, so please let us know if you have a group that is interested.
We're also planning to add a new RV pole, water hydrant, and light pole. Over the winter the wind brought down the flag pole, which now needs to be completely replaced, either by your donations or via a service project! Much of this camping area has been built by Eagle Scout projects, including the new kiosk currently under construction, so if you know a scout who's looking for a project please have them contact us!
$10 per person for larger groups
A deposit equal to one night’s stay for your group is required to hold your reservation.
Please note that these rates are for tent camping anywhere in camp.
At the moment we're only accepting reservations via email or phone, so please contact us at 425-888-1852, or firstname.lastname@example.org