Family Campground Policies
All Day Guests must check in at the Office or Barn Store, and will be charged a Day Use Fee of $2.00/person or $8.00/vehicle.
After 4:00 PM. Please check-in at the office upon arrival.
3:00 PM. Departures after 3:00 PM will be charged an extra day.
QUIET HOURS: 11:00 PM - 7:00 AM
1 Family per site (Parents and dependant children, or grandparents and grandchildren, or 4 unrelated adults).
1 Trailer and 1 Sleeping Tent (or 2 tents) per site (Does not include dining canopy).
2 vehicles per lot. All other vehicles may be parked at the Barn Store.
Pets must be on a leash at all times. You are responsible for cleaning up after your pet. Pets are not to be left unattended at any time. Pets are not permitted in any of the Ranch buildings. Pets are not permitted on the beach.
Firewood is available for $4.00 per bundle at the Wood Shed, located on the north side of the beach bathhouse. Wagons are provided for hauling wood. Please return the wagons immediately for other guests. Due to the spread of disease and insects, please do not bring your own wood—purchase it locally!
Wireless Internet is available throughout most of the campground areas. Stop at the Office or Barn Store to receive a password.
There are several pavilions available for use. Choose from Ridgeview Pavilion or Bayview Pavilion, or for those staying at the Retreat Center campground, a small pavilion is available. Reservations can be made at the Office. There is no cost to reserve a pavilion for groups camping with us.
Coin operated washers and dryers are located at the south end of the Barn Store. A change machine is also available. Detergent is available at the Barn Store
Big Rapids has many shopping options, from large retailers (Wal-Mart, Meijer, etc.) to local downtown shops and restaurants.
Find your way to Cran-Hill Ranch
Your perfect family destination is just 1hour north of Grand Rapids. Located on 300 acres of pure beauty.
"Equally impressive was the level of commitment from both Scott Barger and the counselor in our son's tent to ensure that he got the most out of the experience."
Cran-Hill Ranch Parent