Having a Seasonal Campsite at The Outpost allows you to enjoy so many activities without having to pack - haul - and unpack every weekend. The Sites all have a 50' pad to accommodate even the longest RVs. Water, electric and septic are all included. Each Site also has a picnic table and fire ring. Firewood is available at no charge. Bring your ATV or boat and know that you have plenty of room to park it near your Site. Seasonal Sites are $1,700 per year. There are 10 Sites to choose from. Check the map to decide which one you want.
There are seven Campsites with water and electric available for $25 per night. These sites also have a picnic table and fire ring. As with all the Sites, firewood is available for your convenience.
If all you need is to pitch a tent, you can do that for $15. There is a porta potty available with picnic areas and fire ring areas. Not quite enough for one of your own, but conveniently located so you don't have to wander very far to enjoy.
Of course there are a few Housekeeping and Safety issues to consider:
- Campers MUST check in at The Outpost before they park. Most people reserve specific Sites in advance so it is important to find out if the spot you want is available without reserving in advance.
- Kids cannot be left unattended in the bar.
- Fire Rings cannot be moved - No Fires Without A Ring.
- You can move the picnic tables if you want, just please move them back to where you got it.
- Pets are ok but they absolutely must be on a leash at all times and you must clean up their lawn bombs.
- ATVs and Dirt Bikes are allowed to drive in and out of the campground. Absolutely no driving around, "wheelies", "burnouts", reckless driving or driving through the volleyball court is tolerated.
- Please let us know if the porta potties need cleaning or maintenance.
- All campers (people, not vehicles) are expected to take their garbage to the dumpster before they leave.
- The dump station for your waste waters is available.
These "Rules" are in place to keep everyone safe and happy - especially the bartenders that have to clean up on Mondays.