Date of Stay: August, 2014
Park is now called Petoskey RV Resort. Beautiful park, easy access for big rigs, large concrete pads with beautifully maintained lawns. Staff was extremely friendly, park is also pet friendly. Stayed for 3 nights at a special rate of $49.00/night. Park accepts class A, class C and 5th wheels no older than 10 years of age. Will definitely stay again when in the Petoskey area.
Date of Stay: July, 2014
Nice park, easy in and out in our 41' motorhome towing a car. All sites are pea gravel and well maintained. Our site was in the back of the park and was extremely quiet. If traveling with kids you may want to stay toward the front near the pool and playground as long as the site length will accommodate your rig. Restrooms are older but could probably be checked more often. One visit found toilet paper all over stall floors, probably done by kids, restroom check sheet showed no indication of a check for over 7 hours. Minor issue, but looked bad. Other than that restrooms and showers were fine.
Date of Stay: July, 2013
Nice park, but overpriced for those just wanting a place to stay while touring the local area and not wanting use of a pool, jump cushion, water slide or miniature golf. Lots of renovations since our last stay, and you'll help pay for it! Also learned something new - Thursday's are considered a weekend day (and you will pay the weekend premium rate). Weekday rates appear to be Mon/Tue/Wed only. Restrooms okay, but could be cleaner. Staff is helpful and friendly and park is excellent for big rig access.
Date of Stay: October, 2012
Nice, quiet, clean campground. Drive back into the park is along 2 lane country roads but is not a problem - just take your time. No tree problems along the road to the park or in the park. As you go down the hill into the park driving a large motorhome or 5th wheel you might wonder what you're getting into, but don't worry, no issues. Park owners are extremely friendly and hospitable. Park is secure, requiring a key card to gain entry past the access control gates. Campground sits along the Kentucky River. You will probably not get any cell phone signal while in the park due to the parks location, but the park has excellent Wi-Fi. We had no issue with no cell service as we made day trips that got us back into cell phone range. In fact, just driving to the top of the parks driveway normally got us a cell signal. Good park to stay at if you want to do the Bourbon Trail tour.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
Excellent big rig friendly park, easy in and out, no tree problems or tight turns. Paved interior roads, gravel pad, concrete patio. Extremely quiet park. No pool, restrooms, showers or laundry but not a problem if in a self contained rig. Staff extremely friendly and accommodating. Website mentions pet restriction of 40 lbs, but this was not an issue as many larger dogs were welcomed. Not a lot for kids to do if traveling with younger folks. Park is within 2 miles of Sutton's Bay, about 20 miles from Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Planned on staying four days but extended for an additional four. Very nice park.
Date of Stay: June, 2012
Excellent park! Very clean, easy in and out for big rigs. The staff is very polite and accommodating. Indoor pool, game room and snack bar so a lot of things for kids to do. Nicest park in Ohio! Lots to do in nearby Amish communities.