Issue 378 | January/February 2021
Your Monthly News & Updates
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Happy New Year!

The Daniels Family and Normandy Team would like to wish you a happy and healthy New Year!

Here's a look back at New Year's celebrations when we first opened in the early 1970s!
2021 Marks Our 50th Anniversary!
While Normandy Farms dates back to 1759, the campground was formed in 1971. Normandy Farms began as a milk and poultry farm and later had sheep, but as farming became more challenging, we converted the land into a campground. Since then we have been welcoming families to enjoy the great outdoors and over the years have added many amenities to enhance the adventure. Now the 7th, 8th, & 9th generations work together with our amazing team and remain dedicated to ensuring that that our guests have a truly memorable camping experience.

We are so grateful to you our guests for making it possible and we look forward to 50 s'more!

Join us for a celebration over the weekend of November 6th.
What's New for 2021?
  • We’ve added 2 more deluxe cabins!
  • We are building a post & beam pavilion in safari #4 by the horseshoe pits!
  • We are designing a new bocce court near the volleyball & horseshoes and adding corn-hole.
  • We’re adding 10 more golf carts to our existing fleet of 10 and you can now book online!
  • We've renovated the barn at the entrance of the park with the anticipation of welcoming some farm animals.
Just Won It Shirts!
Here's a look at our Just Won It shirts for 2021! Check out our activity schedule for events where you can win one!
New Themed Weekends
We're excited to announce some new themed weekends for this season!
  • Brewfest Weekend: June 4-6
  • Carnival Weekend: July 30-August 1
  • Shark Weekend: August 13-15
  • Countryfest Weekend: August 27-29
  • Scarecrow Challenge Weekend: October 1-3
Meet Diamond James!
Diamond James is approximately 9 months old and had a pretty bad start to life, but she holds no ill will and is a very happy loving girl. Diamond James did lose her eye at a young age and her other eye is not perfect. Her issue with her eye is not expected to have any issues in the future but it is possible. Due to her vision issue she will need to be in a secured fence and/or a secure harness or collar when she is out walking since she tends to get startled easily.
Diamond James also will need a confident and friendly canine companion who can keep up with an active puppy. She is making great progress and will need a patient owner to help her build confidence. Diamond James is a very loving and sweet girl and is going to make someone a great companion. Apply today!

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