About Us and coronavirus

 

Newest update from the Governor    04/15/2020

We are on a "stay at home" mandate from Governor Whittmer.  This means we cannot have campers in for camping until May1st, at this point. At that time, we should know our next step. Essential workers only for now.  We are sorry for the  inconvenience.  We can reschedule or move your dates, as we get through these times. I will not cancel unless we talk, and I will do my best to keep you informed. I will be updating as I hear the latest news from our Governor.  Stay healthy.

 

During this Coronavirus pandemic, we do ask that we all take personal responsibility. Until further notice, the lake, playground and the public bathrooms will be closed.  The laundry will be open for laundry only.  We ask that you come in and put laundry in washer, leave then come back to dry clothes.  We will have wipes to wipe down your washer and dryer when finished.  Not sure how we will be handling check ins or check outs.  We will keep you updated as to our future plans.

 

AT THE CAMPGROUND Campground staff and campers can work together to provide everyone with a safe and enjoyable outdoor experience during these difficult times. Various health and safety measures are designed to cover everything from handwashing, cleaning, and other needed procedures in correlation to WHO and CDC recommendations.

Hand Hygiene: Proper and frequent handwashing is vital to help combat the spread of viruses. We have signage and training to help keep the importance of this simple process in front of campers and staff. Lodging: Campgrounds have a variety of lodging options including Deluxe Cabins, Camping Cabins . Campgrounds are increasing cleaning and disinfecting protocols after campers depart and before the next camper arrives, with particular attention to high-touch items.

Public Spaces and Check Ins: Campgrounds have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting in public spaces, with a focus on the counter at the front desk, door handles, public bathrooms and even utility pedestals. Some have even altered check-in procedures to limit hand-to-hand interaction and indoor gathering. Ongoing Training: In addition to training on housekeeping and hygiene protocols, we are updating and providing resources and training as new processes and procedures are needed.

Because of the ever-changing impact of COVID-19 on how we operate, congregate and travel, we have adapted our cancellation guidelines to offer more flexibility to our campers. If your plans change over these upcoming weeks, we will gladly work with you to rebook your stay for a later time. If you do choose to cancel, you may do so up to 24 hours ahead of the scheduled check-in, and receive a full refund without a cancellation fee or the loss of your deposit. This applies to stays between March 1, 2020 and April 30, 2020. Campers who cancel within the 24 hour time window of arrival will forfeit their deposit.

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AT THE CAMPGROUND AND CORONAVIRUS

We will be open for the 2020 season

Campground staff and campers can work together to provide everyone with a safe and enjoyable outdoor experience during these difficult times. Various health and safety measures are designed to cover everything from handwashing, cleaning, and other needed procedures in correlation to WHO and CDC recommendations.

Hand Hygiene: Proper and frequent handwashing is vital to help combat the spread of viruses. We have signage and training to help keep the importance of this simple process in front of campers and staff.

Lodging: Campgrounds have a variety of lodging options including Deluxe Cabins, Camping Cabins . Campgrounds are increasing cleaning and disinfecting protocols after campers depart and before the next camper arrives, with particular attention to high-touch items.

Public Spaces and Check Ins: Campgrounds have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting in public spaces, with a focus on the counter at the front desk, door handles, public bathrooms and even utility pedestals. Some have even altered check-in procedures to limit hand-to-hand interaction and indoor gathering.

Ongoing Training: In addition to training on housekeeping and hygiene protocols, we are updating and providing resources and training as new processes and procedures are needed.

Because of the ever-changing impact of COVID-19 on how we operate, congregate and travel, we have adapted our cancellation guidelines to offer more flexibility to our campers.

If your plans change over these upcoming weeks, we will gladly work with you to rebook your stay for a later time. If you do choose to cancel, you may do so up to 24 hours ahead of the scheduled check-in, and receive a full refund without a cancellation fee or the loss of your deposit. This applies to stays between March 1, 2020 and April 30, 2020. Campers who cancel within the 24 hour time window of arrival will forfeit their deposit.

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WE ARE A FAMILY OWNED CAMPGROUND LOCATED IN NORTH OAKLAND COUNTY.  WE HAVE OWNED THE CAMPGROUND SINCE 2001.  SINCE THEN WE HAVE DONE MANY RENOVATIONS.  PLANTING ABOUT 200 or more PINE TREES, ADDED A FOUNTAIN TO THE LAGOON, BUILT CABINS, RENOVATED OUR RESTROOMS AND LAUNDRY, MADE A BEAUTIFUL NATURE TRAIL AROUND OUR LAKE AND HAVE TRIED TO CREATE A LITTLE BIT OF THE FARM EXPERIENCE WITH OUR PETTING FARM FOR THE KIDS AND ADULTS, ALIKE.

WE ARE ORIGINALLY FROM THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN AND HAVE TRIED TO BRING A LITTLE BIT OF THE "UPPER" DOWN HERE.

MY NAME IS MICHAELANN (MIKIE) NEADOW, AND TOGETHER WITH MY MOM, CHRISTINA NEADOW, WE WORK TO MAKE OUR CAMPGROUND A GREAT  EXPERIENCE.   WE HAVE A GREAT TEAM OF WORKERS AND HELPERS! CAROLYN AND I TAKE THE RESERVATIONS AND KEEPS OUR OFFICE RUNNING SMOOTHLY MIKIE AND EFFICIENTLY, WHILE MOM KEEPS THINGS RUNNING SMOOTHLY OUTSIDE THE OFFICE, STOPPING AND TALKING TO OUR GUESTS.

OUR MAIN GOAL IS TO CREATE A PLACE THAT FAMILIES CAN COME AND ENJOY A SAFE AND FUN TIME, AWAY FROM THE EVERYDAY HUSTLE AND BUSTLE OF THE DAY TO DAY LIFE AND MAKE A FEW MEMORIES ALONG WITH IT.

MANY PEOPLE THAT HAVE MOVED TO WARMER WEATHER IN THE WINTER, COME BACK TO CLEARWATER CAMPGROUND TO VISIT WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS FOR THE SEASON.

phone:  248-627-3820

clearwatercampground1140@yahoo.com