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This quiet state park is just a few miles from I-95 and a good place to stay overnight. Restrooms/showers are dated but clean. The interior road is paved, but sites are not and are very sandy. There are lots of mature trees and plenty of shade. We received several OTA TV stations and the free WIFI worked. Our water/electric hookups were OK. We called in to reserve for one night, then when we arrived the site was not level enough for our unit. Phoned the office from the site and they happily changed us. We liked it here and found it to be good value. We would stay again.

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This is an exceptional park in a quiet area. The grounds are well landscaped and the amenities include 2 beautiful swimming pools, a Jacuzzi, and miniature golf. We love being escorted to our site! There is cable and free WIFI, which worked sometimes, and not others. Hook-ups are good (you'll need a water pressure regulator) and the beautiful restroom/showers are individual modern rooms that are especially clean. We'll check for a discount next time.There are cabins available. Lots of care shows for the grounds at this park and we would definitely come back!

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This is an excellent alternative to the "beach" campgrounds we passed, that were super tight & not actually on the ocean. The area is quiet at night. There are many well-kept long term units, but they put short terms on the sea wall at the edge of a larger salt water pond, which is beautiful. The spectacularly clean restroom/showers are on an elevated building with stairs & a ramp. A lovely boardwalk winds through the marshes. There was no WIFI, no cable and only a couple OTA TV stations that were UNC PBS. There is a discount for an extended stay. We loved the atmosphere here and will come back.

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This is a nice membership park and sometimes they have room for the general public at a very expensive price of $70. Back in sites are at a tight right angle, some near the water, some with cement pads. All have very good hookups, including cable for newer TV's. Be very aware of the "not-before-2PM" check in time as they are strict and you will wait outside the attended park gate until 2. You need to request a rest rooms key and pay a $20 refundable deposit. The restrooms/showers were clean. There is an additional fee to use the pool. There is lovely landscaping and a trash can at each site. We did like it, but we would look for something more affordable if in the area again.

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A basic affordable park in a very convenient location for exploring York. The restrooms/showers were new, modern and very clean individual rooms. There were some permanent units, some better than others. The WIFI worked for us and we got several OTA TV stations. Our firepit was full of garbage and we did not have a picnic table. Our site was grass & dirt. Highway noise was significant, but otherwise the park was quiet and peaceful. Personnel were very pleasant! Pull-throughs look pretty uneven. We would stay again if in the area as it is affordable and in a good location.

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This campground is in a beautiful location, convenient to the area's activities. All the sites are grassy and ours backed up to a lovely small lake. Bathrooms are dated, but very clean. The unpaved roads are challenging, so keep to the 5 mph speed limit. The hookups were good and the owners were friendly & helpful. We received a few OTA TV stations and WIFI was weak. Again, this is a beautiful location. The hefty price is reduced a bit if you stay for a week. We liked it and would return.

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This is a lovely family campground in a beautiful country setting. Cable worked very well and the water/sewer/electric hook-ups were good. We asked for a quiet area and appreciated being accommodated. The roads are dirt/gravel and our site was grass. There were lots of activities for families and kids. They had WIFI, but it was spotty. Bathrooms were older but clean. The swimming pool was popular. Owners are super friendly and helpful. Pricing is higher than we expected, but we did like it here.

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This is a nice family campground with plenty of kid-friendly activities. The whole park is on a hill, and the part we camped at was tiered, with a small fence and landscaping between our neighbor & us. Hookups were very good & convenient. Cable TV was extensive and WIFI worked well. Nice picnic table and firepit are at each site. Drive very slowly as all the roads are fairly steep. There are some permanents & long-term, but the park is well-kept. They checked on us after we arrived at our site to be sure everything was good. We liked it here, but it was a little pricey. We would come back.

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Excellent overnight stop or even for a few days. We did not have to unhook our unit from our truck as the site was 110 feet long (& mostly level). There was a lovely pond with a beautiful mowed area to walk around it. Bathrooms were clean, but oddly the men's did not have seats on the toilets. Cable was limited to 4 major networks. Wifi was spotty. Be aware the water seemed to have high iron content & stained our water hose. Using a water filter would be helpful. We appreciated the veteran's discount and would stay again.

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This is a nice park with a friendly group of permanent & seasonal/permanent residents. Many residents made a strong effort to be friendly & welcoming. Most of the stationary units were in good condition. We received a couple of OTA TV stations, but the WIFI did not work for us. Bathrooms were older but clean. Some roads were paved and others were gravel. Sites were gravel & grass with a picnic table and a firepit. We were directly next to our neighbors. This park has a nice atmosphere with activities for all. We liked it and would stay again.

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Roads are paved but sites are not. Lots of ants were present. Water and electric were good, but our site needed an extra hose to reach the water. Bathrooms were clean. Showers were individual, unisex rooms and required payment of $.25 for 4 minute increments. We didn't use them, but they looked clean. The laundry was small but clean with 2 washers ($2.50) and 2 dryers ($2). We got several OTA TV stations. It was very convenient to Frankenmuth and a great stop on our way south from the upper peninsula.

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There is an upper & a lower campground here, with a view of the lake from the lower area. You will need to purchase a park pass ($9/day or $31/year). Only the upper area was open when we were here, but brand new bathhouses should be completed before they open the lower levels. The bathhouses in the upper area are clean, with individual uni-sex shower rooms. Roads are paved, but sites are either gravel or grass. Mature trees are throughout the campground with lots of grassy areas. You can fill with fresh water at the dump station on the way in because sites do not have sewer or water. We could only get 2-3 OTA TV stations here, but our Verizon Mifi worked well.

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This is a huge park (over 1300 sites) with many types of sites and cabins. We had a full hook-up site that was lake view (not lake front). All the hook ups were good and the wifi worked very well. We got a few OTA TV stations. The bathhouse was clean, but pretty far away from some sites. The camp store was well stocked. The roads were paved & site pads were level dirt/rock/grass, each with a picnic table & fire pit. The staff was continually mowing & cleaning. We enjoyed our stay.

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We entered this park without a reservation. There was no one at the gate but there was a yellow phone to connect to a reservation center. They could assign us a site or we could go in, pick an empty site & come back to the phone. When we went in & picked our site, we came back & the site was "unavailable". There was a campground host, who was out. There were no maps to show where to fill up with water or where the trash was. Paved site pads are only at the waterfront sites and are super short. Most sites are just a patch of grass. We were told a ranger would come to collect the daily fee, but that did not happen. We had site 50 & the view & beach access were remarkable. The bathhouse was very modern with individual rooms for showers which was very nice.

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We stayed at the park as to tour the Detroit/Dearborn area. The campground is nice with paved roads and sites. There are a lot of grassy areas with nicely trimmed trees. The bathhouse was older but clean. The water and electric are way at the back of the site and we needed 50' of water house to reach our unit. The water has a super high iron content that stained our water hose & had a noticeable odor. The laundry area warns your clothes will be stained, so we did laundry in Milford. We received many OTA TV stations.