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Beautifully Decorated Log Home

5 of 5
The driveway alone was fun and exciting - being simple farmers from Michigan, we were extremely unprepared for what we were in for. We drove our 1Ton Diesel 12 Passenger van down, and towed an enclosed trailer behind. We made it work....... The property is close to anything and everything you will need on your vacation - and there are plenty of things to do within a one hour drive. Be sure to bring a bag of apples for the deer, and they'll be happy to spend some time in the yard. It was nice returning to the cabin in the evening and relaxing in the hot tub for a bit. Couldn't get the Bose speakers to work out in the hot tub area, but oh well. Can't wait to return to the Franklin/Murphy area!
  • Submitted: Apr 6, 2015
  • Stayed: Mar 2015

Great for Any Size Group

5 of 5
We had a group of fathers and young daughters - maybe 36 of us. We absolutely plan to come back, and we feel certain that as many people hear the tales of awesome fun at The Camp will come. If your group involved anybody willing to camp under the stars (or in the gym) - there'd be almost no limit to how many people could enjoy the camp at once. We didn't even occupy the bunk house, but plan to next time! The Camp was self-contained outdoorsy fun. We spent all-day every day on the water slide and in the pool. We used the cool old gym for basketball and dodgeball games. The mess hall is huge, with enough area for 30 people to eat, some more to play the arcade games, and even more to hang out in comfortable chairs. We had the commercial kitchen of the mess hall, and the individual kitchens and refrigerators o the Eagle's Nest and the Cottage at our disposal. Like I said - we're all looking forward to September 2015 and introducing even more folks to The Camp Experience.
  • Submitted: Jan 30, 2015
  • Stayed: Sep 2014

Fantastic Place for a Group of Any Size

5 of 5
We had a good-sized group of dads and daughters who enjoyed the Camp as an alternative to the standard Indian Princess location. There were about 15 dads and 18 daughters. Since the Cottage was part of the Camp that we rented, I can comment on it in a couple of meaningful ways. First, it really seems to be secluded from the rest of the building. There's not an interior staircase from the Eagle's Nest above to the Cottage below. And the Cottage isn't - and doesn't feel like - a basement. It's just the way it's built into the hillside. Second, the dad that occupied the Cottage was a light sleeper, and we received no reports of the full (of 9-12 year old girls) Eagle's Nest crew waking them up. The living room was nice, the bedroom secluded, and the kitchen and eating area ample for 2 adults and 2 more children.
  • Submitted: Jan 30, 2015
  • Stayed: Sep 2014