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Nice park, lots of trees. Not big rig friendly. Narrow Roads, low hanging limbs, trees close to roads, tight turns. I have a 38' fifth wheel and according to the website information it seems big rig friendly. I even called the office to make sure but the woman on the phone looked online and told me what I already knew. She apparently had never been out to the park. I found out it was not big rig friendly. Sites are big enough IF you can get in them. I would not return. To bad, it's a nice park on a nice lake at a good price. They have a 2 night minimum stay. Would have rated it higher if it were big rig accessible. Make sure to take on water at the "A frame", it's at the dump station a few miles before the campground. No spigots in the campground so you have to go all the way back to the dump station.

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Nice, large park. Our loop was really small and in my opinion the best because it was small. Good space between sites. Electric only. Nice staff.

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Nice park, some sites have Lake Superior views. Corners are tight around loops, watch for posts. We loved the area. Would definately stay here again. Electric only. An artisan well on property to fill our water jugs for drinking water. Dump station and potable water spigots. Many seasonal campers but they keep their sites neat & clean. Fills up most night, at least while we were here in July.

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Ladies in the office are not real friendly. You can tell they are a bit overwhelmed and pretty much tired of their job. Park was crowded, we stayed in overflow for $21 the 1st night. Were advised to troll around the night before and ask campers when they were leaving to coordinate getting a spot since it's 1st come 1st serve. Sites are close, some REAL close. Lake Superior is beautiful! Makes the circus, overcrowding worth it all. Not many choices in the area. In all this is good if you can fight your way in.

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Woman at registration was curt & rude from the start. We stayed in the loop that supposedly could accomodate large RV's. But we didn't know the roads were going to be very, very narrow! Everyone has to park their car real close to the road so it makes it nerve racking driving in. Not much room to navigate into your site. Trees close to the narrow road. You WILL brush up against trees, no doubt. If you're picky about your rig then stay elsewhere. Wish I had. Other than it not being accessible to big rigs it is a very nice park. The fort is neat to see. Not much to Copper Harbor but it's nice. My advice is to stay in Houghton and make a day trip to Copper Harbor. Unless you don't care about scratching your RV.

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Very nice COE campground. RV sites are not on the river. A lot of trees. Good access for big rigs. They told us it fills up on weekends but we came in during the week and they had plenty open sites. Very nice and peaceful.

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$30 weekdays, $40 weekends plus daily fee. We stayed in the nice treed area. This is the most I've spent at a state park. They are pretty proud of themselves. May have stayed longer if it weren't so expensive.

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Park seemed nice. We just needed an overnight on the way somewhere else. This was conveniently located when we needed a place to overnight. No reservation but they charged us a $6 reservation fee. First time I ever walked in without a reservation and was charged a reservation fee. The woman at the gate said they started charging that for everyone at the beginning of this year. She assigned us a pull through site that would accommodate us so we would not have to unhitch. The site was so unlevel we had to unhitch just to make it work. It was raining and we were exhausted so just went with it. Will not return, probably not to any Louisiana state park if they charge a reservation fee, even without a reservation. Ridiculous.

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Nice park, very friendly staff. Not big rig friendly. VERY narrow roads, tight turns, trees close to road and most sites. We got lucky to find an end site with a lot of room to pull up. Still dragged on tree limbs on the side/roof. Would stay again because it's too tight for our 38' 5th wheel. To bad, it's a pretty park with a nice creek running behind.

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All sites are ON the water with beautiful views. This park does need a little TLC, as the ocean is so close it has corroded the black top road. There are NO hookups at all so make sure you have a lot of fresh water on board. No dump, no water spigot, no restrooms or showers, so be prepared. I would have given it a 10 if it had hookups. There's nothing like camping on the ocean hearing the waves all day and night.

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Way over priced for this park. It is within 4 blocks or so of the beach, but the beach does not have good access. No sandy beaches for walking, very rocky, a lot of bushes with homeless people living in them. This park has security for good reason, it in a bad part of town, a lot of homeless people in the area. The staff are very nice but not very knowledgeable of the area or even the rules of the park so they have to ask the manager about everything. Manager rules with an iron fist and is rude. You would think at this price she would be a little nicer. Do not stay here unless you like being treated badly and price is no concern. There are county parks just north that are half the price and much nicer with good beach access.