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Date of Stay:
July, 2018 -
This is a brand new park and very nice. WiFi connected immediately. Not like some parks where it's hard to connect at all. Has a small store. Large fire pit near the river as well as a picnic table and gazebo. Staff was very helpful about the area. Would recommend to anyone who's looking for a central place to stay. We drove to Munising and Baraga as well as many hiking trails and waterfalls from that park. My only complaint about the park is that people tend to speed around it and I do have concerns that somebody is going to get hit. I did speak to a lady at the office and she said they are trying to figure out what to do to slow people down. I hope they put some speed bumps in. All in all a very nice park with a nice "rippling river" running next to it. Put awnings up when you leave park as storms/wind does come up unexpectedly from Lake Superior. We camped at Rippling River Resort Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Water falls, hiking. Pictured Rocks National Park/shoreline. Close shopping in Marquette. We were there 10 days and busy everyone of them.
Date of Stay:
September, 2010 -
There is only one road around the park. If someone is using the dump station, which you have to back up to on the road, the road is blocked until that person is done dumping. The dump station is right next to the children's playground. Trees overhang the road so that the branches drag across your unit when you leave after using the dump station. Very few lots are level. WiFi speed was 1.0. You could have more than one camper on each site. If 1 rig + 3 tents would fit on one lot, as long as you paid for each tent, you could put another tent up. Unfortunately, we had party animals camped (3 different tents/families) behind us and the park owner would do nothing about the noise after the 11:00 quiet time - which is printed in their rules. This happened both Sat and Sun nights. If you want to party, visit this park. We will not be returning to this park EVER. We camped at Hill Top Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
July, 2010 -
This park is well maintained. We held a 7-day Cedar Creek Rally here and the owners bent over backwards to accommodate us. We can't think of a single thing to complain about this park. We would go back again and again and again. Big rig friendly. We even had use of one of the tent lots behind us to put up a screen room for our picnic tables at no charge. If you want a nice park to stay in, THIS IS IT. We camped at Indian River RV Resort & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.