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What a lovely park! It is as neat, clean, and attractive as anyone could ask for. The pond is clean and large enough to put a small boat on and fish (catch and release.) Sites are perfectly manicured, wide and long, perfectly level, utilities pedestal well located, perfectly groomed grass between large sites. Interior roads and parking pads are gravel. New activity center/bath/shower/laundry house. Everything is spit, spot clean. Seasonal/permanent lots are being sold, and those that are there now are beautifully landscaped and maintained. Well located immediately off I-35 just 15 minutes North of I-90. Quiet, relaxing, well laid out. When we reserved our site one day in advance, we asked for a site near the Wi-Fi. We were assigned a site right next to a repeater, on the lake. Couldn't have been better. Owners on site, but not in office all hours. Very good phone response. We would definitely return.

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Electric only. There are 10 sites: 2 with 50A, 8 with 30A, located behind the bingo hall/casino, parallel parked on a short road with grassy area alongside the sites. Just barely enough room for our 38' rig and car parked across the front of the rig. Well lit, patrolled often. Security officer friendly and helped a camp neighbor fix a flat on his trailer. Trash located near the sites. No reservations accepted, must park and pay inside the bingo hall/casino. I called ahead to make sure there were some spots open. Good cheap stay for small cost. Worked well for a couple nights. Located across from the airport, but we weren't bothered by the noise.

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We stayed here just a couple nights in order to go the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, an easy 40 mile drive. At this price, this campground is a real find. The owner recently extended the length of all the sites to 70 feet, and they are all perfectly level. Because sites have been extended, the sewer connection could require an extension, depending on how deep into the lot you park. Otherwise, utilities worked great. There is no cable, and satellite may or may not get a good signal because of the many trees. The owner is currently studying which sites need better satellite access. The onsite lodge has restaurant and bar. We had a rib dinner that was good, not great. A lot of locals eat there. The onsite store had limited RV and snack supplies. We liked it here and would definitely return. Location is near several forest service campgrounds with hiking and lakes. Also nearby are trails for ATV and ORV.

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At full price, we would rate this park lower because it has no amenities and is pretty dusty, but at this Passport America price, it's hard to beat. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Our site was level, shaded, the campground was quiet, the utilities worked fine. It is well located with easy access just blocks outside downtown St. Ignace. Very easy ferry access to get over the Mackinac Island, quick and easy freeway access to go North or South, or head West. We would definitely stay here again.

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The location of this park is extraordinary, right across the road from a wonderful beach on Lake Michigan, with a pedestrian overpass access directly from the campground. Also available was a large parking area, just a quick drive across the road from the campground. The campground itself left some things to be desired, but had some good things going for it as well. First of all, it is a very busy campground with a lot of people walking all over the place to get to and from the beach. It is brimming over with kids in the interior roads riding bikes, skateboards, scooters, you name it. The bathrooms were full of sand and toilet paper on the floors, unflushed toilets, etc. all hours of every day. The showers were individual lockable showers, moldy, dark. There were only two bath and shower houses for 400 some-odd sites, making a long walk for some. They were busy all the time. The fire rings were big and wonderful for those summer nights after the wind died down for a great campfire. Camp neighbors were pretty nice, lots of tents and trailers, fewer motor homes. The utility pedestals were shared by 4 sites and poorly located, making things a little confusing, given the odd layout of some of the sites. Traverse City itself was wonderful, and the beach at the park was irresistible. It had a very large swimming area, waves were manageable, water was warm. The dump area was awkward since it was right on one of the loop roads, and rigs lined up 3-4 deep every morning before checkout, some blocking the roads.

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Our reserved site was not suitable for our big rig. It was very sloped with deep soft mud, so we requested another site that turned out to be almost level, long and wide. Perfect! Staff was actually quite accommodating with the move, thankfully, for if they hadn't been able to move us, we would have had to go to another campground. A short, pleasant trail to the beach and sand dunes, passing by a creek and a large children's playground. Electric only, but we were only here a few days, and dual dump site made it easy. Campground was full, and most people had a campfire going at least half the day and most burned at night. In our loop, after a very rainy night and morning, we observed a couple campsites that were flooded pretty badly. We enjoyed the sandy beach and warm water, and observed that children were having a grand time throughout the campground, on the trails, at the beach and on the dunes. We enjoyed our time here, and we especially enjoyed a day trip into Grand Haven to their lively and lovely downtown and waterfront park.

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Family owners live on site, but it's hard to get hold of them. I've had to call three times and leave messages each time. They don't work or answer phone calls on Sunday. Camp store is open 2 hours a day only. Wi-Fi worked well from the sites in the 400's. The RV sites are mostly level, and the 400's handle big rigs quite easily in pull through spaces. There is a small pool, but we didn't get a chance to use it. Closed on Mondays. The bathrooms and showers hadn't been cleaned on Monday morning, the floors were very wet, had lots of sand, and there was some weird black debris on the floors in two of the showers. I would not shower there. The location was good, reasonably close to all stores and services, and easy to get around the larger area.

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What a find. We stayed 3 nights while we visited the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and caught up on laundry, etc. This is a manufactured home community for 55+, very quiet, just outside Chesterland, a small town with restaurants and other services. We arrived to find our site assignment and invoice attached to the front door of the office, and simply had to drop our payment in the slot. There are only about 7 RV sites. Spacious enough to not feel crowded. Site was level, utilities performed well. Interior roads are good. No amenities, but we knew that and didn't need them. Decent location, about 30 minutes from downtown Cleveland, an easy drive. We would stay here again if ever in the area.

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This park is one of the very few affordable parks in the area. While our site was toward the front of the property, nearest the front but back from the road, we didn't experience traffic noise at night. Most RV sites are behind the motel, facing a large grassy treed area and, while quite close together, have a nice shaded environment. During high season, reservations are a good idea. Gray Line tours picks up right at the motel office, making it very convenient. Utilities worked well, and neighbors were friendly. The site was perfectly level, and paved, long enough for our big rig and toad. There aren't any amenities here, but we didn't need them this stop because we played tourist the entire time we were here. the location was easy to find and easy to navigate, and convenient to major highways and interstates. We would stay here again without hesitation.

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We stayed here because we wanted to explore the park in depth, which we were able to do. Our site was most spacious, as almost all sites were, with fire rings and picnic table, some privacy. We were located in one of the 2 or 3 (of 8) loops that allowed pets and, even though we have no pets, we had no complaints. Our first site required extreme blocking, using every single block we had with us. On our last night, we moved to a level site in a different loop, so we could get off to an early start in the morning. The restrooms and showers were cleaned daily, but they were full of mold and spider webs. The showers had good water pressure and were very hot.

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Among the less expensive campgrounds in the area, we were happy with our stay here. Weekends filled up completely, but during the week there were plenty of spots open. We didn't use the pool since it was small and FULL of kids and others every day. There were lots of children on the weekends. We would return to this campground without hesitation.

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We very much enjoyed our stay here and the location (close to Acadia and Bar Harbor Village) made for very convenient outings. We would rate this campground much higher if it had more full hookup sites for big rigs and if our Electric/Water site had been level. We were blocked up pretty good and still couldn't get level. Same with our immediate neighbors. No reservations are accepted and the full hookup sites were full the full length of our stay. As it turns out, we benefited from the no reservation policy because we had to stay here an additional 5 days waiting, on a day-to-day basis, for our motor home windshield to arrive so it could be replaced due to damage sustained on the road. Except for the July 4 weekend itself, all other days there were ample sites available, just not many for big rigs. Once during our stay we had trouble with the electric but they responded within about 15 minutes and replaced the receptacle. We used the Island Explorer to ride free directly from the campground throughout Acadia National Park and the island. It was wonderful. Lots of restaurants and ice cream near the campground. Good dry campfire wood available in lots of places right along the highway near the campground at prices cheaper than the campground. Propane is available at the campground.

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Location was easy to find and navigate. Being located mid cape, it provided a nice base camp for exploring all parts of Cape Cod. Staff was very friendly, and we were escorted to the site, thankfully. Interior roads are paved, but narrow, and wind through the crowded maze of mostly seasonal and permanent park models to the RV site. Site itself was concrete and we were on an end so had plenty of grass area and privacy. Utilities were well located and worked fine. Bathrooms were close by and needed a code to enter. Private beach was right across the road, an easy walk with chairs and cooler. On the weekends the private beach was a blessing, as the adjacent public beach became quite crowded. There is one restaurant/bar within walking distance and we ate their once. It was okay and the prices were decent. We would definitely return here.

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This is a very large campground and is geared toward seasonal, family camping, with a lot of organized activities for children. We stayed two times, once coming and once going, the first time in D Loop where the sites were gravel, long and level, adequate size, limited shade, full hookups. Interior roads are paved. The second time was an overnighter, staying in X Loop in a large, level, shaded campsite, full hookups, that was much more appealing. During our first stay, we enjoyed live entertainment on Saturday night in the Pavilion. The Passport America rate makes this a real bargain, although it is not offered in high season. We would give this a higher rating if it had more amenities and more consistency in the sites. The area is upscale country, good shopping and services available in town, nice location for a day trip to Portsmouth or Hampton Beach.

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Stayed here 6 nights while visiting Providence, Newport and Mystic. Park buildings and amenities are clean, well maintained. Sites are gravel, level, spacious, the back-in sites having generally more grassy space between sites than the pull-throughs. The free pump outs are a nice feature since there are no sewers. Laundry is reasonable cost at $2.25/$2.00. Showers in only one bath house located in the center of the large park, so not terribly convenient if you need them. Showers are private, but do not include a private dressing area. There were lots of groups while we were here. Its a nice enough campground, though, with plenty of activities and amenities, and we would stay here again without hesitation. It is much better priced than other rv parks in the area. Pull through sites extremely long.