1. Bathroom Situation
They have separate bath houses that have individual doors and entrances to actual bathrooms. And then one or two that have entrances to a bathroom and shower stall that’s individual, so you can go and use the bathroom use the shower very clean. That’s always important to check some places you go glamping. they might have outhouses next to the ten. This one is actually a separate bath house, not far from the actual tent itself.
When you come into the campgrounds, they actually give you a little card and it buzzes you into a gate. That’s their security around the outside perimeter of the campground. They have a fence up.
3. Wi-Fi Cell Phone Service
All we had cell phone service with our 4G. We did not use their Wi-Fi though they do have an open Wi-Fi network.
There is tons of electricity in tons of lights outside and inside , and lots of outlets to plug in everything you can imagine as well as hair dryers.
5. What Should You Bring
They will provide you with towels, toiletries, paper towels, garbage bags, a broom, a fridge, a hairdryer. There’s a MOCA tendon and a chipmunk attendant. Very important you want to keep all of your food either in the fridge or in the steel bins. Keep them in there or keep them in your car, because they have little chipmunk thiefs. They’re super cute but they do come in and they ate through even unopened bags if you’re not big into camping or it’s your first time you got to know that.
They actually provide you with the towels. They will change your towels daily. They give you a little laundry bag. And you leave it outside along with your garbage prior to 11 a.m. They pick up both. And then they return new towels to you the same day. For five or more days they will do a full cleanup service of the tent.
7. Pets Allowed
In the glamping tents they are not allowed in the rest of the camping area they are, but they don’t want pets you know for multitude of reasons because it is you know nice furniture though they do allow chipmunks.
8. Reception area
When you check-in you go to the reception area. They give you the your little key card to enter the campground, and you basically come to your campsite and unzip it and you’re ready to go.
9. What Is The Tent Made
It’s all reinforced with steel beams and it is canvas along with you know reinforced zippers and everything. This is heavy-duty canvas so aside from some unforeseen hurricane coming through.