Panther Lake Camping Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPanther Lake Camping Resort Andover
Panther Lake was a wonderful experience. They have large sites, a store, a lake for fishing and kayaking and canoeing, and a large pool as well as a playground for the smaller kids, basketball and volleyball courts for the bigger ones. Prices were reasonable and the staff was friendly. We would definitely come back here.
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