Summer Fun Begins - Campgrounds of Marshall Countyby Rachel Langdon on May 21, 2016
Summer time is here, that means summer fun for families. Here are some local but great quick little get-aways and fun for the whole family. Let the camping begin. Who doesn't like to be one with nature, even if it's just for a few days?
Pla Mor campgrounds is open April 16-October 16, located just outside of Bremen, right off of U.S. 6. The campground may not be as private or secluded as what some might like. They do have a little something for everyone. Their rates are great for a spur of the moment decision to go camping for the weekend. Pla Mor provides ice and wood for sale near the entrance. There is a recreation hall with games and a snack bar.
Pla Mor offers weekly, monthly, and seasonal rates. All sites are based on one camper and four people per site. They charge $3 per night for extra people. All other tents or camping units are charged as separate if your group exceeds the limit per site. Available site may include 30 amp electric and water, 30 amp electric, water and sewer, or 50 amp electric, water and sewer. For rates and reservations call their main office. 574-546-3665
Ruperts Resort is open April 2-Oct 2, located outside of Bremen, around Lake of the Woods. Ruperts has been owned and operated by Paul and Marge Rupert since 1969. Ruperts has 100 campsites, both primitive and camper sites. They offer daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal rates. Their sites come equipped with electric and water, the ones with sewage are limited.
They offer boat rentals including pontoons, row boats, and paddle boats. Rental rates vary on the type of boat, hourly, daily, and fuel charges may applies.
For more information on camping rates and boat rates you can call their office or check out their website or 574-546-2657.
Hidden Lake Paradise campground is open April 15-October 13 and is located in Plymouth off of Rose Road. It was previously known as Peace Meadows for its first 25 years up until new owners took it over six years ago.
Hidden Lake Paradise is open all year round. They have two seasons for camping, summer and winter. They offer primitive sites and camper sites. Rates are based on daily, weekly, holidays, monthly, and seasonal. You can also make Reservations.
You can not bring your own fire wood unless you have proof it was bought by DNR in Marshall County. They sell fire wood there as well as propane. Propane is available in 20 pound and 40 pound tanks as well as by the gallon.
There are many things to do at Hidden Lake. They offer fishing in pond or lake, game rooms, playground, covered pavilion, family friendly games and themed activities as well as potlucks. They even have an onsite laundry room and camp store filled with basic necessities and snacks.
For more information on Rates and reservations you can call their office or visit their website at hiddenlakeparadise.com or 574-936-2900
Yogi Bear Jellystone Park established in 1960 is also located in Plymouth off of Redwood Road.
Its offers primitive sites, RV sites, rustic cabins, and deluxe cabins. They open on Mothers Day
weekend May 6th, and invite us all to help wake up the bears.
Yogi Bear offers .... two pools, three playgrounds, comfort stations, game room, tennis courts, basketball courts, recreational room, and a beach. That is just a few ways they offer to have fun, along with many more extras.
They to offer daily, weekly, holiday, monthly, and seasonable rates. Rates vary due to so many camping choices. They welcome reservations as well.
Same firewood rule applies in all campgrounds in the state of indiana. you can not bring your own, it must be bought at campgrounds or show proof it was bought by a Marshall County DNR approved store such as Walmart.
For more information on rates and reservations you can call their office or check out the website or call 574-936-7851.