Paradise Adventures Camp House
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Our huge camp house is available year ’round for anyone’s use with any of our adventures. In the off-season it can be used for a variety of different things, such as family reunions, wedding parties, scrapbook parties, class reunions or just a quiet time away.
It has 9 bedrooms with a total of 28 beds, 5 full bathrooms, 2 laundry rooms, 3 TVs, VCRs and a DVD player, pool table, wet bar, computer on-line, large dining area and what our cook calls a “one butt kitchen” with 2 cooking stoves and a large and small cooking grill outside. There is a large yard for the kids to play in, a large woodlot with a creek running through it for exploring and more fun, as well as a shooting range for the adults and a horseshoe pit to work off some stress.
We can also cater the occasion if you want or you could hire our cook and just relax for the entire time you are in Paradise. Once you’ve stayed here, you’ll know why we call it Paradise.
Our camphouse is located at:
10720 Scott Road
You must have 6 people or more to get group ratings. As many people as you want may come and go. This is for the overnight stay. We just try to be fair about it. Please ask for special needs. We have ramps for wheel chair access that can be put up. You are welcome to use any utensils we have for your own cooking needs. We should have just about anything you need. Remember, we feed hundreds of meals during the hunting seasons. We usually serve everybody smorgasbord style.
Our Group fees are as follows:
Lodging only (You supply your own food and cook)
6 to 10 people - $20.00/day/person
11 or more people - $350.00/day/group
With Meals and Lodging /day (We supply the food and cook)
6 to 10 people - $350.00/day/group
11 to 20 people - $550.00/day/group
What we ask of you.
Please leave our facilities as they were found except for laundry. Do what you can and I will do what is left after you leave. Please take care of our facilities as if they were your own. We have plenty of extra bed linens for you to make your beds before you leave. They are in the dressers in the front bed room. All cleaning products are in the walk in pantry. All of this can be worked out by phone or email. It’s simple and you will love it. Thank you.
Below is a slideshow showing a few photos of our Camphouse. Click here to see a few more.
The Paradise Adventure camp house is a great place for family reunions. Everyone can stay in one location, and there is plenty of room for everyone. Our family had a great time sitting on the porch and visiting in the peaceful, relaxing atmosphere. The kids had plenty of room to run and play. There were large tables available for everyone to sit and eat together or play games. We also enjoyed spending time walking through the woods and fishing in the pond. This was our most memorable family reunion ever!
Imagine that your parents left the farm that they had owned for 40 years. You had visited with them during their last 12 years in a retirement home far from the old farm. Then a group of you decided to return to the old home. This actually happened to our family. Lester and Mazetta McIrvin lived on the farm now known as Paradise Adventures. Memories of the children and grandchildren came rushing back as we approached the old house that we knew. There had been changes but the buildings were much the same. The garage now housed equipment to help hunters prepare the animals they had harvested. The old barn held boats and seating for the deer blinds and there was even hay in the loft.
Although it rained most of the time we found the house very comfortable for the 20 some family members that had gathered. The basic house was still there with the very small kitchen, 2 rooms upstairs, bedroom and livingroom. Rooms and bathrooms had been added with deer, turkey and other stuffed animals for decor. Some of the grandkids grabbed their fishing poles and headed for a swollen creek and were rewarded with a 3lb and 2.5lb catfish. Further fishing was uneventful. Several spent a night or two there as memories of an earlier time captured our interest. We hope to return sometime in the future for another memory reunion.