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We were traveling through the area in a motorhome towing a popup so we had 2 sites right on the lake. Beautiful area with awesome bike trail around the lake and rental bikes available. Staff was super nice. Wish we had more time to enjoy the park. Lots of play areas for children while still being peaceful. Definitely on our top list when passing through again. Food at Boss Hawg's barbecue 5 miles away was good.

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Easy on and off I70 for one night stop. Mixed feelings about the campground. Showers very clean and neat but grounds were not. Yard equipment and items laying around and although yard was mowed, not trimmed. Ask for gravel site because water stands if it rains in some areas. Above ground pool was clean. Laundry was clean.

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We had 2 sites, motorhome and pop ups trailer. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Lake fishing was nice but goose droppings were messy. Women's restroom was under renovation so that was a slight inconvenience, however good to see improvements being made. Easy access.

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We have stayed several times at this campground because of its convenient location. It is clean and neat and owners are friendly and helpful. The fenced dog run was nice to give our dog a break from travel. We were in a motorhome towing a pop up trailer so we had 2 sites.

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We are repeat visitors to this campground and always enjoy our stay. The owners work hard to create a sense of community among the campers which makes our time there always a pleasant experience and we always drive away with names and addresses of new friends we have met. We stayed in site 16, one of the new sites at the top of the hill. It is a very private site and worked well for us because we could set up an xpen for our small dogs in the grassy area. The campground is manicured like a high end resort and continues to improve each time we are there. We will return, just one of those places you go back to.

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We were traveling through the area and stopped early in the afternoon to take a break and to spend the night. We were one of 5 or 6 campers so the place was very quiet. The buildings look to be old and needed some repairs but were sufficient. Campsites were spacious with gravel and grass. We had a fire ring and picnic table. A couple of the trailers may have been there awhile from the looks of their belongings but may be for weekend fishermen on the lake. We just wanted to relax and walk with our dogs before moving on and this little campground met our needs.

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We stayed in Site 58 for 3 nights while visiting friends in the area. The park has beautiful views of the lake and is maintained well. We especially liked the guidelines of no alcohol which kept things peaceful so we could enjoy the nature. We definitely will return.

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My rating was for an overnight when passing through on Hwy 31. Park was very convenient and easy to find. Office attendant was friendly. Park was very quiet. We parked on the grass at site 04. The permanent campers had neat areas. We would overnight here again.

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Big campground with lots of campers but check in was seamless and grounds were neat and clean. We were only here for one night but we enjoyed the stay. The bike trail is super and we were in walking distance to plenty of food choices although it seemed the campground is out in the country. We were on site 49 which was very convenient to the trail and did not require us to use levelers. It should be noted that Michigan has a state park fee. Only electric was available at our site. We would stay here again.

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We were driving through on a road trip and scouted out both campgrounds in the area and decided this one was the nicest, just because of the personal touches and appearance. We enjoyed chatting with the owner and learned a lot about the UP that we didn't know. We didn't get on the river, but the campground has canoes and kayaks for rent and for those that enjoy the sport, it was a good setup for a day or half day trip. The campground was very neat and clean. Wifi was available at site 3 and since ATT cell service was iffy, that was nice. Our site was level and grass with tree buffers between sites. We only stayed one night, so sewer was not needed. Dump station at entry to park. We would stay here again.

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Nice little campground, nice people and a good place to relax. The bike or walking trail to Caspian is at the back of the campground and is 2.5 miles. Iron River is a quiet little town where the 2-3 local eating places don't open until 4 pm. We stayed a couple of days because it was so peaceful. Sometimes being away from the noise is the best place to be. We did not see showers or bathrooms. We would stop here again.

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Just too many extra fees for an overnight stay. Small campground with electric only. For the cost we paid to overnight with 3 dogs less than 15 pounds, we could have stayed in a nice place with full hookups. We thought we might ride the bike trail but it was very busy with folks that seemed to be professional bikers that were riding for speed or endurance. Since the trail was narrow, we decided not to ride. Fees for the trail were an extra $4 per person per day. Geez. Camp host answered all questions when asked but was not particularly helpful with any additional information. We probably would not stay here again.

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Courteous staff. Clean and neat campground. Away from town noise and rural setting in lake but 5 minutes from Walmart and fast food or sit down restaurants and shopping. Wi-Fi excellent at site 12, which was a drive-through site. We were driving through and only stayed one night but it was plenty nice enough to stay a while. We would come back.

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Neat and very clean campground and well run. We came through to visit some of the Amish stores, but mostly to ride the bike trail nearby (Holmes County Trail). The young woman in the office was very nice and efficient but not very helpful with info on the trail itself, almost as if she didn't know it existed. That was interesting because when we finally found the trailhead behind the Walmart parking lot in Millersburg, we saw that it was multi-use...shared with bikes and the Amish buggies. Perhaps we asked the wrong questions. The bike trail was awesome. Paved and shaded. We stopped in Killbuck and ate at the little diner just off the trail, Creekside Coffeehouse and Cafe. We would stay again.

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Another campground that is difficult to rate. We loved being on the Greenbrier Trail so we could hop on our bikes and take off. The nature of the WV mountains were gorgeous. However, the park was less than 25% full the days we were there just prior to Labor Day and most sites were marked reserved. Reserved for whom? Long drive in and long drive out, but very scenic. We are glad we stopped but might camp at another trailhead next time. Trail was great though. We were in River Bend section.