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Cindy Bear™ Cabins Checklist 2017-05-16T09:51:14+00:00

Cindy BearTM Cabins Checklist

REMINDER OF CABIN FEATURES: Sleeps a maximum of 8 people. KITCHEN AND COMMON AREA: Microwave, a full size refrigerator/freezer, 2 burner cook top, sink, coffee maker, heat and air conditioning, and futon. MASTER BEDROOM: Full Size bed. 2nd BEDROOM*: 4 twin size beds (in 2 bunks). BATHROOM: sink, toilet, shower, (toilet paper provided). A picnic table is provided on an uncovered deck on the exterior of the cabin. There is also a fire ring with a fold down grill over top. Please remember: NO plates, dishes, bedding linens or towels are provided.  *Handicap cabin does not have 4 bunk beds, it has a carpeted loft area for sleeping.

CHECK IN 4PM CHECK OUT 11AM

YOUR CHECK LIST:
Bedding for the following bed sizes:
2 Full (includes futon)
4 Twins (in bunks)

Bring a credit card for an imprint. It will be signed upon check in. These materials will be shredded when cabin is checked with no damages (no smoking, pets, or damages done to cabins).

Campfire/Outdoor Supplies
propane or charcoal grill
charcoal or propane
lighter fluid
grate for cooking over the fire ring-tripod
(All Cabin and non-premium pull thru sites have fire rings with cooking grates on them. All other site types have fire rings, but do not have cooking grates on them.)
matches or lighter
lawn chairs
tiki lights
citronella candles
flashlight
can opener
dishes, pots & pans
napkins & paper towels
drink cozies
fire starters
silverware
cooler, ice
tablecloth
aluminum foil
s’mores materials
pudgy pie maker and supplies
skewers
bug spray
lantern & extra mantles
dish soap, sponge

Camping Items
tarp
stakes
hammer
garbage bags
extension cords
hoses
bungee cords
duct tape
clothes pins
water jugs
rain poncho
sleeping bags, blankets
pillows
air mattress
foam sleeping pads
batteries
rope
sewer hose and clamps
*We do not allow any carry in firewood due to tree diseases. We ask that you please leave it at home.*

Pool Items
beach bag
sunscreen
aloe vera (if you forgot your sunscreen)
pool towels
sunglasses
goggles
noseplugs
hat
flip flops
swim suits (no cotton/street clothes allowed in pools)
mp3 player
swim diapers (REQUIRED for all non-potty trained toddlers and babies)
life vest

Entertainment
board games
playing cards
bicycles
radio
bean bag toss game
ladderball
camera
fishing gear for Boo Boo’s Fishing Pond
flashlight & blanket for outdoor movie theater
(We have limited black topped areas, so we recommend that you not pack skateboards and inline skates.)

Tolietries
towels
shower caddy and shower shoes
wash cloths
soap on a rope
shampoo
tooth brush
tooth paste
deodorant
conditioner
shaver
tweezers
nail clippers & nail file
antacids
medicines
hair dryer
hand wipes – antibacterial
aloe vera
brush
bandaids

This is a *suggested list* of what we recommend that you pack. We’ve put this list in place to make your camping experience easier and more convenient even before you leave home. We hope you find it helpful, while realizing all guests have different needs and therefore some items on the list (or those not on the list) may or may not be essential to every guest.

Daytime visitors are allowed. However, there is a visitors fee of $12 per person for ages 3-64. Ages two and under are free and there are discounted rates for visitors in the Spring and Fall, and for seniors ages 65 and up.

Please inform reservationist of the accurate number of people when you make the reservation. If you are bringing additional people that you intend to stay in your cabin or on your campsite, please call first. If you arrive with additional people, and it exceeds the maximum allowed on your site or cabin, those guests will have to rent an additional site (if one is available) or register as a daytime guest and leave by 10PM.  We want you to have the best possible experience during your vacation with us and making sure we have accurate information from our guests before they arrive is a great way to achieve this.

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