Charlton Lake Camp
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on the water, to build a fire and share our last cider. Both phones were fairly flat, and my kobo had broken, so while Dave read his magazine I attempted to draw the view that I was looking at.
The next morning we got up fairly early (for us) and while our washing was going we rented a 2 person kayak and finally got out on the water. It was a beautiful day, although quite chilly out on the lake, especially when you ...
... li>Will try some kayak camping on our
next visit here – the outfitters seem to do a tremendous rental
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... a non-reservable site for the long weekend. We planned to get to the park about 11am and take our chances. When Dimmy woke us up with a noisy dream at 4am, Will suggested we just get on the road early to increase our chances. We made it to the park about 7:15am on Thursday morning. There were already 4-5 other families in line waiting for the office to open at 8am. We eventually choose a site and head off to check it out. The nice people still staying ...
... debates about the best way to cook the food - especially at the boys campsites! We managed to change all our invites for meals to outvites due to our lack of cooking utensils. Quite a score. Plus we had to run off to choir after every lunch, so being invited out all the time made dishes a breeze!!
Pack-up on Saturday was done with much sadness. No one wanted to go. Each team was given parts of the campsite to help clean up. Our job was to collect the ...
... lunch or dinner would be shared with a different group and we got to meet and know so many people this way. Straight after lunch the bell would ring to signal the start of choir practice. Singing straight after eating lunch was challenging but by the end of day 5 we got used to it! I loved choir, the songs were amazing, Darryl's enthusiasm contagious and everyone got right into practice and enjoyed themselves. The afternoon would then generally be free although ...