Diamond Lake Campground & Resort just released their initial 2021 schedule of events at the park. Popular favorites make a return, and new events are added for the season.

Diamond Lake Resort

Diamond Lake Resort is "the place for family fun", and based on their upcoming 2021 schedule, it looks that way indeed. Yesterday, we announced the dates for Camp Country. After the cancellation of the event in 2020, we are so excited to celebrate with you. Besides Camp Country, my favorite events on the schedule are Christmas in July, which benefits Christmas Wish, and of course, the Street Legends Car Show so I can dust off the 57' Chevy.

See more about reservations below, and check out the schedule of events. Be sure to save your favorite dates, and get ready for some much needed family fun in 2021.

Diamond Lake Resort

Reservations will be coming up later next month.

"We have been receiving numerous inquiries as to when we will begin taking reservations for the 2021 camping season. Normally we would begin on the first Saturday after New Year’s Day. Due to the most recent government restrictions, this year we will be delaying that date until later in January. We will also be making slight modifications to the way we accept reservations.

There’s no need to call the office for updates, once we have a firm date and details, we will post all the information on this Facebook page and our website. Thank you for your patience and we are thrilled that so many of you want to come back and stay with us in 2021. In the meantime please stay safe and healthy.

We wish you and your family the very best! We are thankful for all of you. You are a blessing to our family and we appreciate your patronage and your friendship.", Diamond Lake Resort.

There was an announcement made on Monday concerning the use of certain motorized off-road vehicles which will not be permitted at Diamond Lake Campground & Resort moving forward. Golf cart's will still be allowed for a means of transportation within the resort.

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