It is our goal to provide a wholesome, enjoyable family experience at Wishon Village. We are proud to offer 26 great tent sites and each one is set up with a large platform to keep your tent off the ground, a firepit and a picnic table. There are also water spigots readily available.
Also conveniently located for our tent campers is a restroom with hot water, coin operated showers and flush toilets. There is also an outdoor sink located at the north side of the restroom for dishes, etc. Our store also carries camping, food and fishing supplies.
Whether you choose to stay by yourself or with a group, you can always find a great place to stay. Please review our Facilities Map for photos of our tent sites.
Tent Area Policies:
We appreciate your cooperation in keeping the tent area enjoyable for all of our guests. Positive experiences between friends and family is at the forefront.
Please leave the site as you found it. Excess trash, firewood, etc left behind is not acceptable.
Out of courtesy for your neighbors, Quite Hours are expected to be adhered to and will be strictly enforced. 10:00 pm - 7:00 am. Outside noises are expected to be kept at a reasonable level at all times. MUSIC IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME, even at a low volume.
Excessive drinking and/or drunkeness and vulgar language will absolutely not be tolerated and is grounds for immediate removal from our park without refund. Anyone looking for a place to party should look somewhere else.
It is expected that all guests arriving late, especially once Quiet Hours are in effect, set up in a quiet manner as so not to disturb their neighboring guests. Please keep all voices and activity to a minimum. All guests arriving late are expected to check in at the store the following morning by 9:00 am.
Please show common courtesy with regards to other guests. Keep children, pets, etc, from passing through and playing around other people's sites and property. All children under the age of 18 MUST be on site and supervised by parents by 10:00 pm.
Note: It is a good idea to keep food properly stored at night. We are regularly visited by a small group of raccoons who pose no threat to people, but who are more than happy to take care of any snack that may be sitting around. Please do not feed the animals