Five Branches Camper Park
4677 County Road 501A
Open: Open from May 1 through Oct 1
Number of Sites: 123
Tents Allowed: Yes
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Cottages - 4 waterfront units, 2 non-waterfront units. Heat and paddle fans. With picnic table, charcoal grill, campfire ring.One bedroom (queen), queen pull-out couch, bathroom with shower, full kitchen- small refrigerator, stove/oven, coffee pot, toaster, pots/pans, dishes, flatware, basic utensils. Linens issued- 2 sheet sets/blankets. Towel and wash cloth per guest, 4 pillows.
Mini Cabins 1,2,3 - Located on the Pine River. One room cabin. Full bed, futon full/twin bunk, bathroom with shower, small refrigerator, 2-burner cook-top, cookware, basic utensils, flatware, coffeemaker, toaster, linens-sheet sets,towel/wash cloth per guest,4 pillows.
Efficencies - One room near General Store/playground. Linens- sheet sets, towel and wash cloth per guest, 3 pillows, cookware, basic utensils, dishes, flatware, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker, bathroom with shower, full kitchen, one queen-size bed, single-size hideabed, and deck. Efficiencies are accessible by a ramp, and have an electric fireplace.
Camper Cabins - One room cabin that includes bathroom with shower,full-size bed, bunk beds, electricity, and a carpeted loft available for sleeping bag use. NO HEAT
The Bunkhouse - 3 Bedrooms (queen, twin-bunk, full/twin bunk). Full kitchen, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker, cookware, basic utensils, dishes, flatware, 8 pillows, sheet sets/blanket for each bed. Large living/dining area with fireplace. 2 couches and chairs.
The Campground is equipped with clean HOT showers, a laundry facility, and a well-stocked camp store.
Bike rentals available.
Shaded tent sites right along the Pine River
Directions: From jct US 160 and CR 501: Go 20 mi N on CR 501, then 4 1/2 mi SE on gravel road, then through Elk Point Lodge, then down hill on narrow road. Entrance on right.
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Rude staff here!!
I will not camp here again. My friends and I (totaling 13 campsites) just spent the weekend of 7/30/10 at Five Branches. While the scenery is beautiful here, I was completely dissatisfied with the staff. Particulary, the grouchy old men driving around on golf carts, barking rules to everyone. I have camped all over our great nation. I have never been treated so rudely. One would think the staff there would be apreciative of thier customers. While I can only speak for myself, I am positive that others feel the same as me, for they were harrassed as well. Thanks ...