Sat May 25 2013 12:37 pm EST - About Us > Get the Grand Tour
Summer Fun for Everyone
At Jay Lake Campground and R.V. Park there's summer fun everywhere for everyone. The young and not so young hang out at the swimming pool or meet in the Rec Hall for a round of table soccer or pool billiard. Throw horseshoes or just walk over to the main beach area and have some great fun swimming, kids love to try and catch frogs. For our smallest there is a playground on the Jay Lake premises.
Jay Lake R.V. Park
The Jay Lake R.V. Park offers serviced seasonal sites for RVs of up to 40 ft. The sites are well-treed, surrounded by lush green vegetation. Some sites have direct access to Jay Lake while others are located in sunny or shady locations higher up on the rock bed. Some of the campsites in the serviced part of the campground are also available for weekly or weekend rentals.
Jay Lake Wilderness Camping
Jay Lake offers wilderness camping at its best for tents and smaller RVs. The camp sites are very private, well treed and shady. Hiking trails let you explore the Jay Lake back country either on foot or bicycle. Enjoy some real vacations away from the city that you and your family will never forget.
Our Pets of the Park
Some pets are big, some pets are small. They all come together where we can relax and enjoy them all.
They all run for the cart to get their treat. We may love them all, Please note all pets must be on a leash at all times /they can swim in the lake
WE WELCOME VACCINATED PETS
Nature Pure and Simple
Jay Lake is home to a wide variety of friendly animals.
Jay Lake: Summer Impressions
Jay Lake is a beautiful private lake stocked with rainbow trout for fun for the kids and the young at heart alike. The Circle of Life also enjoys to feed on the fish, otters and large herons come to the lake to feed. Power boating is prohibited on Jay Lake but canoeing, kayaking and swimming are strongly encouraged. Sorry we do not rent out boats of any kind. Seasonal RV sites are nested along the picturesque lakeshore with access to the lake. Just sit on your dock, relax and listen to the wildlife, read a good book or dive into the refreshing waters for a swim to tiny Turtle Island.