This review is for the camp ground on the north side of the lake! Don't let the three stars change your mind it is peaceful and beautiful here! If you enjoy camping this is a great place to go, but they have a couple of flush toilets, and water from a spigot which is near by each camp site. If you have an RV or Trailer make sure you plan your trip ahead of time because some of the camp sites are not level so make your reservations early at www.reserveamerica.com. The bear boxes are nice and big and they have bear proof trash cans. Not far is the Christian Camp and they have a great Hamburger Stand and they rent row boats. Their is a nice trail around the lake that you can walk and bike. Don't miss out this is a hidden treasure!
This is a great campground right next to Hume Lake. Nearly each campsite is shaded with tall pines and cedars and is fairly spacious. Bear boxes available in most sites for all your food.
Our kids had so much fun at this campground. They were extremely dirty from the dark soil but it was a short walk to the lake where they could splash and play in the cool, relatively clean waters. There were several beach areas for swimming.
No motor boats are allowed on this lake but kayaks and rowboats are welcome.
A small general store, snack shop, coffee shop and gas station are within walking distance at Hume Lake Christian Camps. This camp fills up with hundreds of students each week and can produce lots of noise, ringing of bells and blowhorns. So be aware that this is not the quietest of campgrounds you will find in this area of the mountains, but it is very beautiful!