Do I have to be a member?
Yes. The Woods Campground is a private membership facility. Every guest on the property must be a member. To become a member, you must create an account in our system. Guest Services will use that account to finalize your membership during your initial check-in each season.
How do I get a membership?
Making an account in our database is the first step of becoming a member. This is accomplished by clicking the Reservations dropdown option “Create an Account.” You can bypass the credit card registration, but please make sure all other fields are completed. Otherwise, we’ll have to take the time to complete this process upon check-in which will delay your registration. When you arrive to camp, Guest Services will present your membership form and charge you for the membership. Membership rates are posted at the top of our Rates page. A valid government issued photo ID is mandatory. The Woods Campground has two options for memberships: A full season membership which expires on the last day of the current camping season or a 7 consecutive day temporary membership for guests who aren’t planning a return visit in the current camping season.
I was a member in the past. Do I need to renew it this season?
A new membership is required each season. Keep your membership card! Your membership card and member ID# remain the same forever, but a new membership form will be presented upon your first visit each season.
How much is it to visit The Woods Campground?
1. Booking a campsite for Overnight Camping
2. Being a guest on someone else’s campsite (transient or perm site)
3. Buying a day or night pass for a designated period of time (but never overnight)
Rates for all three options are on our website’s Rates Page
What does a Daily Pass get me?
The Woods Campground Daily Passes allow you access to everything at the resort during the daily pass period. This is perfect for guests who live in close proximity or who have accommodations at a nearby hotel. In order to stay overnight, you will have to upgrade your pass and settle any difference in fees based on your accommodations. Daily pass periods are:
- Friday or Saturday Day Pass is 10:00am to 6:00pm. Night Pass is 6:00pm to 2:00am. Combo pass is 10:00am to 2:00am.
- Sunday* - Thursday Day Pass is 10:00am to 8:00pm. * Holiday weekend Sunday’s follow the normal weekend time frames.
There is also a Seasonal Daily Pass which allows you free access during any day pass period the entire season long.
Daily pass use requires a valid Woods Campground membership. Please visit our Rates Page for Daily Pass costs.
Can I upgrade my daily pass to an overnight stay?
Yes. You will only be charged the difference in price. This must be done through Guest Services because you will need a new car tag and wrist band.
What are the guidelines for overflow camping?
When all regular sites are booked, many guests camp in our overflow field. The overflow areas do not have any amenities like electric, water, sewer, shade, a fire ring or a picnic table. You do have access to outlets to charge your devices conveniently located on our clubhouse patio. Also, our comfort stations are close by for toilets, hot showers and sinks for washing your utensils. Overflow does not have fire rings, but a raised fire dish is allowed. Bring your own or rent one from the camp store (limited supply). For those with trailers, potable water is available on the corner of our storage building across from the flag poles. Guests with generators must camp in a specific area where they are allowed. Ask at Guest Services. Your site does not have any borders. Your camping space is whatever you need to set up your tent or trailer. One vehicle is allowed in your camping area but on busy weekends, it may be difficult to maneuver a way out if you decide to leave camp. Additional vehicles should park in our parking lot. Overflow sites are priced per person which make them the most economical way to camp – especially if you’re a single guest. Minimum night requirements are still enforced. Overflow sites are unlimited but are chosen on a first arrive, first pick basis.
Is there access to electric in the overflow camping area?
There is limited electric in the overflow area. There are two poles with multiple 15 amp outlets which guests can pay a fee to access. These will not power air conditioners or heaters. See Guest Services to arrange this electric on a first come, first served basis.
If you want to safely use a generator, we ask that you camp in a specific area. Please ask Guest Services for direction.
Where do I park?
Can I just sleep in my car?
Are their grills at the campsites or grates on the fire rings to cook my own food?
What if I don’t know all the people who will be camping with me?
I’m a tenter – can I reserve a site with more amenities?
How do I get there if I don’t drive?
Are pets allowed at camp?
What’s your cancellation and refund policy?
Can I get refunded if a family emergency or my job forces me to cancel my reservation?
Are there minimum nights required for a reservation?
If I cannot stay the entire weekend because I have to work, can I get a refund for the second night?
How many tents or RV’s will fit on a site?
Can additional guests stay on my cabin site in a tent?
Do you sell alcohol?
What’s your smoking policy?
Are there Group Discounts?
Please visit our Group Guideline Page
Is the entire facility clothing optional or just certain areas?
The entire property is clothing optional except for the café dining room. We ask that traditional standard nudist etiquette is followed including using towels when sitting. Learn the property borders when hiking on our 4+ miles of trails. Never stray off our designated hiking trails. Trail maps are available at Guest Services.
Are there a lot of people having sex?
Will I be welcome if I’m trans? A cross dresser? A male/female couple?
The Woods Campground is designed for the LGBT community and welcomes anyone with an open mind. You’ll find other guests from every walk of life with a variety of interests. You will quickly lose your inhibitions in our friendly environment and forget about mainstream society’s “rules.” The only people not allowed at The Woods are bullies, fighters, immature jerks and those who get overly intoxicated (this is usually the same person).