Re: Camp financial burden?
I guess if it's a financial burden, should you own it? Our camp is supported financially within our family. We don't have club rules, dues, etc. I expect visitors to donate either money or time. And I will never ask. I will say the up keep is a little harder today, than 25yrs ago when we purchased it. Camp is in Sproul, and we live in SEPA. So its about a four hour drive. Friends and family have moved on, so a lot less helping hands these days. And outside maintenance is always planning around the weather.
With that, I will never trade it, or give it up. It's my mental and physical respite. Hunting, fishing, hiking, or just having a beer next to the fire. It's all good.