Aaron is a great host that responds promptly to numerous questions. The camp is quaint with charming features. Aaron provides most everything that you could need. But if you're camping with a group larger than 5, I would suggest bringing some extra blankets and pillows (I'm the type of person that could cocoon within a bundle of blankets, so felt there wasn't enough to be super cozy). I feel as if the little bunk house is more suited for older kids and teenagers as it is small with two twin beds and needs some sprucing up. It wasn't a big problem, because there is a futon to sleep in also.
Once we figured out sleeping arrangements and settled in, the camp was a lot of fun. We encountered a beaver, loons, bald eagles, chipmunks, two different duck families, and sun fish by the dock. We took turns kayaking around the pond and had fun floating around in the water. We had a campfire every night and hung hammocks in the trees. We also spent time sunning ourselves on the dock while watching the fish swim below. The backyard is spacious and the dog was able to run around while tethered up with a long line. He enjoyed chasing bugs, watching fish swim, and rolling around in the grass.
The neighbors are quiet and friendly and even though the houses are in close proximity, there are trees and bushes that provide a sense of privacy. The pond/lake water is clean and refreshing, though the bottom has typical pond muck with squishy leaves and plants. The shower and bathroom sink are small, but you don't need much for quickly washing up before bed. The water in the cabin is clean as well.
Overall, it was a very peaceful few days and it was nice to get away and spend time with family.
If you end up forgetting something, there is a Walmart, Family Dollar, Rite Aid, Hardware Store and a Marden's in town. We discovered that if you need firewood, there is a place that sells it off Fleming Street. I don't remember what it is called, but it is easy to find with the chopped wood in the sandy lot.