We are finally at the midpoint of the bleary camping withdrawal season also known as winter. In less than 90 days we will be flipping the switches and enjoying bonfires again. With the new calendar year it seems that I am not the only person already looking forward to camping season 2013.  In the last couple weeks I have gotten quite a few reservations for campsites as well as  inquiries and questions about seasonal campsites. So I thought it would be a good time to share this information with all of our blog readers in case anyone else was also wondering.

The answer to the most asked question at this time of the year – yes we do still have some seasonal campsites available.  If you are a regular reader you of course know that last year we did an expansion to the campground.  If you are one of our new readers be sure to scroll down through the previous posts for details. We have been fortunate during the last six months to welcome over 40 new seasonal families to our campground. But, we do still have room for a few more.

All of our seasonal campsites are fully serviced with 30 amp electrical, water, and sewer. Picnic tables and firepits are also included with each site. The seasonal rate also includes winter storage, so your camper can stay setup on the campsite year round. Electricity to the campsites is provided from April 15 to October 15 offering 6 months of camping. Each seasonal campsite includes 6 reusable wristbands which allow access to the Pool Area (open early May until late September), Ducky Express, Mini Golf and scheduled weekend activities. Our seasonal agreements run for a full one year term based on your occupancy date. For example start your agreement in Sept 2012 and camp as much as you want until Oct 2013 for one inclusive rate. The following year you have first option to renew your site so you can keep the same site from year to year.

Seasonal camping offers you the opportunity to spend more time relaxing and enjoying the amenities. No more hassle of hooking up, fighting the lineups at registration and setting up once you arrive.  You can just park your car and be relaxing in minutes instead of hours. You will never have to worry if there is a site available since you will always have your own special spot ready and waiting.

Regular campsites are $1750/year; Waterfront campsites are $1950/year. A damage deposit is required with all new seasonal agreements. It is refundable when you leave the campsite (assuming there has been no issues). The deposit is $400.

If you have any questions or are ready to book your site, you can call me at 204-322-5286 or toll free at 1-866-254-7636. You can also contact me by email at rducky2@mts.net.

We are also taking reservations for non seasonal camping.  You can book online http://www.rubberduckyresort.com/Reservations.page or call the above numbers.

Sherlock Holmes and Matthew Watson were on a camping and hiking trip. They had gone to bed and were lying there looking up at the sky.

Holmes said, “Watson, look up. What do you see?”

“Well, I see thousands of stars.”

“And what does that mean to you?”

“Well, I guess it means we will have another nice day tomorrow. What does it mean to you, Holmes?”

“To me, it means someone has stolen our tent.”

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