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We used one of the four pull-through sites with 50 amp service. Most of the others are back-ins with 20/30 amp. We called ahead and had our site assigned when we got there based upon our needs. We were a short walk from Lake Superior and an excellent nearby restaurant.

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This town park doesn't take reservations, but we were able to call in the morning before we came in and the nice young man managing the park took our RV info and held an appropriate site for us. We had an excellent view of Lake Superior from our site, and as we were looking west over the lake we enjoyed walking down to the water and watching the sunsets. About the only negative thing is the location of the utility hookups. They were in an unusual location relative to our unit, but we were able to get hooked up OK. Overall, we were quite pleased with the park and would gladly stay there again.

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.We called this park after showing up at another nearby park at which we had reservations and discovering that they were under a county boil order for contaminated water. We were therefore delighted when the nice lady we got on the phone at Northforest told us to come on in! They had a very nice playground for kids, shuffleboard, tennis courts, mini golf, and a nice beach. We were in a pleasant area with forest and a lake - the campground was nice and quiet.

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This is a drive-up only campground with self-service registration. The sites were roomy and easy to get into and out of. Utilities were all good on the full hookup site. The park was quiet and we would be happy to stay there again some time.

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.This is a very nice RV park, well laid out, with a good laundry facility, basic but clean bathrooms, and good sized pull-through sites. Our understanding was that it originated in the '70s, and I think most of the infrastructure is original, as we had a weak 50 amp breaker on our first site that failed twice. But the owners allowed us to move to another site, and we spent a pleasant week with no more issues. But even with a serviceable electric connection, the grid struggles to keep up with the demands of a lot of big rigs simultaneously, so we were asked to run our water heater and fridge on LP, and to only use one AC. (We have been asked the same thing at other parks in the past, and understand the reasoning, so we didn't mind.) The water pressure and quality were quite good though, and the sewer connection was convenient and worked well. So notwithstanding the electrical challenges, we found our stay here quite pleasant and would stay here again.

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Right on the interstate highway, so it's very convenient for a one-night stopover, but quite a lot of road noise to deal with at night. Fortunately, our little sound machine was equal to the task and we slept well. We stayed in a pull-through site and had no problem getting on site or with leveling.

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This park appears to be a former KOA Kampground. The location close to the highway is convenient for a one-night stopover en route somewhere else, but we were glad we had our noise machine to overcome the highway noise when we retired for the night. All that being said, this park is on our way to a lot of the places to which we frequently travel and is better than another nearby park in which we have previously stayed, so the next time we go that way, we'll stay there again. The 50 amp electric, water, and sewer were all fine and check in was effortless. We had a pull-through site and had no problems getting on or off the site.

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We stayed here twice this summer, once in June and once in July and thoroughly enjoyed both stays. We had a pull through site overlooking the lake both times and good hookups. It is convenient to the highway (you can see I-57 from the park, but the noise doesn't make it there and the park is very quiet.) There is a Pilot truck stop at the same exit for convenient fill-up coming or going.

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We stayed four nights at Tiki. Site was level but not too large. We were able to connect with satellite TV OK. We didn't use or check the condition of the bathrooms, so we can't report on that. The park is conveniently located to many restaurants and attractions. We would certainly stay here again.

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We stayed at Clementz's for three nights. Sites were roomy and level; all utilities were good. We had good 4G service on our Verizon MiFi; didn't try their Wi-Fi. Bathrooms weren't fancy, much like we've seen in many RV parks. But they were well maintained and clean. There was a nice playground area for children. We would gladly stay here again.

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The sites are nicely sized and spaced, and are well graveled and level. The campground is attractively landscaped and well maintained. We were allowed to choose our own site and had no problem acquiring satellite TV. This is a pretty new campground addition to a well established bar and grill and associated cabins. The very friendly staff told us that there are plans to soon add a campground office and store to eliminate having to register at the bar, which doesn't open until noon. The bar and grill has a full kitchen and a pretty good menu with seating for lunch and dinner. This campground is very conveniently located midway between Manistique and Munising, which makes traveling to these areas for sightseeing convenient. We would gladly stay there again.

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Extremely friendly office help. Convenient to Custer National Battleground, the Big Horn County Historical Museum, and Pompey's Pillar. Sites were well graveled, level, and good amount of green space between sites. When I remarked to the office that this was the first park we'd been in where both legs of the 50 amp service tested exactly 120 volts, she said it was because they were formerly a mobile home park so each site has a separate power line rather than being on a loop. We would definitely stay here again.

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Great place to stay to visit Craters of the Moon National Park. Long, level pull through sites with huge amount of grassy space between sites. Bathrooms nicely appointed and spotlessly clean. Staff very friendly and helpful. They have a cafe on site that provides 2 free pancake and egg breakfasts per site per day if you want. (The standard Camper's Special is for 2 pancakes and 2 eggs, but the pancakes are huge, so unless you have a big appetite, just request one pancake.) We would definitely stay here again.

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We frankly stayed here as a fallback due to the Devil's Tower Park's campground being closed due to tree's downed from a recent thunderstorm. But we were glad, because the view we had from this park of the monument was outstanding! That, plus the canyon views on the other side made this a much more scenic park than the Park's campground or the other commercial park just outside their gates. This park is pretty much no-frills. The sites and driveways are only fairly well graveled and the site we chose was pretty easy to get level on. We were in a 35 foot Class A motor home - bigger rigs might find it a challenge to get in and get level. But the AC voltage was good and correctly wired, and again, the views were way better than you could get at the alternative parks. If we returned to Devil's Tower, we would likely stay here again just for the views.