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We rented a cabin on a Saturday afternoon. That night lighting struck and started the wildfire near Lake MacDonald. Ron let us rebook our dates with no issues. We arrived in October and the town and Park were pretty desolate but we had the park...More
Overall a great place to hang out in the summer. Ron's methods of attempting to accommodate every request can sometimes make 'nailing down a site' well in advance of travel can be difficult. The lake is small is not busy later in the summer. The...More
Beautiful mountain lake campground..really has no equals that I know of and we've looked. Behaved dogs on a leash are ok, great location, a little piece of paradise. It's busy in the peak times like any desirable place, so try to plan in advance...Sept is...More
My husband and I have been to Lake Five several times in October when the park is empty. It's beautiful, peaceful, and clean. Ron is busy cleaning up each and ever campsite from the summer months and even the fire pits are cleaned out. He...More
Great stay! This is exactly what you’re seeking. It’s rugged enough that you feel like you’re staying in a cabin out in the wilderness but luxury enough with heat and bathrooms to remind you that you’re not.
We were in cabin 1, which is right...More
Response from jim777nyc | Reviewed this property |
Low 80s may be the avg. Temps vary a lot there. I don’t remember a/c units. You won’t need them except in rare instances. It cools off at night. 30 degrees cooler at night often.Leave windows open after dinner and by bedtime... More
Low 80s may be the avg. Temps vary a lot there. I don’t remember a/c units. You won’t need them except in rare instances. It cools off at night. 30 degrees cooler at night often.Leave windows open after dinner and by bedtime it will be comfortable.