We are an LGBTQ2 community friendly campground. Our bathrooms are Uni Sex. We have built a campground community around shared values of diversity, equity, optimism and personal security. We welcome everyone and expect our guests to be respectful of each other.
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NEW for 2022: We have realized that we do not have enough Cabins to allow everyone to visit, that would like to. This year we have bought a 2013 keystone hideout 31RBDS to rent out as a cabin. (Happily, named the Hathaway Hideout) We are hoping that this will allow more people the ability to stay with us, as well giving the opportunity to spend the night in a beautiful trailer, close to the water. This trailer can sleep up to 10, has a queen size bed up front and 2 bunk beds and a futon in the back. It comes stocked with dishes as the cabins do, bottom sheet on the beds and is $150 per night based on 4 people. It will be in its own RV site with a firepit, BBQ and picnic table. Look for its availability on our Webpage under Cabin 7 Keystone RV. Photos can be found on our Facebook page (link below). We will post better photos as they come available.
For recent photos please see our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MoosehavenResort/
Click here to see what will be new for 2022, including rate increases, rules changes, or anything else that will change that will be of interest to upcoming or returning guests.
**Our water is drawn from the lake. We filter it to 1 micron but do NOT add Chlorine. We have a 1 minute boil advisory on all water on site which comes from a tap of any sort, to ensure it is safe for drinking.
SORRY, no dogs* (indoor RV cats are permitted), so we can continue to share the resort property with the abundant wildlife and birds in the area.
*Certified guide or assistance dogs are permitted. Please include a copy of the proper paperwork with your reservation request. A vest bought at Walmart, doesn’t qualify. We will also look at individual requests to allow dogs in your own RV, that don’t bark. Ie, a teacup pom that only squeaks now n then. Or an old hound that sleeps all day and doesn’t care if a deer or fox walks by. Anyone asking for this exception to our rule, will have to accept that if the dog barks or whines and irritates other guests, you will be asked to leave and be expected to pay for the entirety of your stay. This also applies to certified assistance dogs. If they are ill mannered or behave badly, you will have to leave. Our existing guests have made it very clear to us, they do not wish to camp with other people’s dogs.