Bill B

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This campground is not for children. There's really not much for them to do here. Wi-Fi is very sporadic. We camped on site 80 and could NOT get Wi-Fi. We had to go up by the office. There are gravel roads with gravel sites and grass between sites. Though the sites are narrow we could fit in with a 35 foot trailer with 3 slides. Would go back primarily because there are really no other full hookup campground close to Chicago. The toll roads will eat you up!!!!

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$46/night for a FHU site? OUTRAGEOUS for what you get. Dirt roads (very narrow) dirt uneven sites. Rain turns everything into a mud hole. So many trees you can hardly see the sky. This by far is one of the poorest campgrounds we've ever stayed at. Oh, did I mention that the dumpsters were overflowing on the ground for days?? Remember to take extra water hose and electrical extension as the site connections are reverse of what is normal. Munising City has their own campground on Lake Superior and we will stay there next time.

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First off the staff were very friendly and helpful. No grocery store nearby. 2 miles from I-75. Interior roads are asphalt but uneven. Sites are very uneven including pull through sites. Sites have loose gravel and small grassy area with picnic table & fire ring. WiFi was intermittent- had to have office reboot their computer.

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This park is northwest of Chicago just off I-90. If you want full hook ups then your choices are very limited in the Chicago area. We have stayed here three times now. Yes, the sites are pull-throughs. They are gravel, fairly level and close together. No cable TV, but we got about 15 TV stations. Bugs are a big problem so bring some spray. Next door is a Wild West Park that has shooting going on all day long. Nearest store is miles away.We would stay here again.

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There's a nice beach with playground equipment. Also a dog run. This is our second visit and all went rather well. There's a Glen's market two blocks away, right next to a McDonald's. You're about 14 miles from Charlevoix. Lots of shaded sites. Roads are asphalt with dirt sites. No pull-throughs. Sites are quite wide. We have two slide outs on our 34 foot trailer and had plenty of room. Would stay here again.

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Camped here for the month of July. Had full hook-ups in the section by the tennis court. This is a large park with fishing and swimming in their lakes. Full hook-up sites have paved sites and roads. Take note they allow tenters in the full hook-up area. Which means they throw their dirty dish water on the grass and draw bugs and flies. No trash pick up. Clothes lines all over the place. Looks like a Gypsy park in the summer. We will NOT be back.

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This is an old campground with lots of seasonal trailers on it. Sites are very narrow and uneven. No paved roads or sites, just dirt and some grass. Stayed here with other campers and none of us will be back. Just a few miles east of here is a much nicer campground - bigger and cleaner.

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Price reflects camping here before they officially opened. Many sites are paved with pad. Sites are a bit narrow but with two slides we fit. Narrow grass strip between sites. WiFi worked nicely. Only campsites that have fire pits are those right along the river (all back ins). Many permanent mobiles homes. Many of which are really dumps. Other than that it's a nice park. This park is two blocks from the main road but you don't hear any road traffic. Would stay here again.

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Very nice park. Paved roads and sites. Trees are very tall and evenly spaced out. Small fishing lake on property. Price reflects Good Sam Discount. Shopping within a couple of miles. Everyone was very co-operative. Wi-Fi is free but slow. Would stay here again.

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$31 rate reflects a month stay. ($930). Wi-Fi was one of the worst we've had. Half the time you can't connect the other half you're kicked off at any time and then try, try, try to log back on. Interior roads are paved and wide. Sites are average (cement patio with grass site). Lake has only small fish in it. Labelle is in the middle of no where. Walmart is about 28 miles away. Ft. Myers is about 45 minutes away. We drove all over the place to see anything. We won't be staying there again.

     

Evergreen Park

Dundee, Ohio

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We also stayed here last year. A very nice, well kept campground. Not a a lot for children to do. All roads are asphalt as are the sites. There are firepit rings on legs at each site. The cabins do not have water so be aware. All the pull through sites are tight and not very level. In fact the grass area slopes quite a bit between sites. We had to use boards to level our trailer. I would suggest the back in sites as they have more room between sites and are much more level. They also need to refinish the picnic tables. They have a nice indoor pool but not very large. If there's 12 kids in there, it starts to get crowded real fast. There's one gas station just a few blocks away on Hwy. 250. It has diesel fuel. Also one small grocery store in town. Just wanted everyone to know the whole story. And yes, we would return, but not to the pull through sites.

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Like everyone has said, this park is new and very modern with full hook-ups, cable TV and fast WiFi all included in the price. There's plenty of grass between sites. The pool, hot tub and kiddie pool are located next to the club house and showers, and is very clean. The only surprise we had is that over the weekend this park was maybe 1/3 filled. The State Park in Grand Haven was bumper to bumper when we drove through. So maybe it's the cost keeping people away. There's a dirt race track 1/2 mile away and Saturday night is race night. We would definitely stay here agin.

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Your RV can NOT be over 10 years old. All paved roads and concrete sites. Permanent fire rings. All sites are clear of trees. Wi-Fi is free at 500 KBS or $15/week for 5 MPS. The clubhouse is located away from the camping area. Outside pool is average size. No swimming in the lake. Fishing is catch & release. Trash must be taken to the dumpster area by the front office. Hwy 131 is right next to the campground and truck traffic is 24/7. Plenty of space between camp sites. Many permanent (seasonal) campers. This is a new modern RV Resort (opened May 2009). But at $49/night it's overpriced. We probably won't be back.

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Staff is very friendly and co-operative here. $34 price includes (AAA-AARP or Good Sam Discount. Sites are narrow, gravel & no grass. No campfires. Interior roads are gravel. There's an enclosed dog run and small play area for children. Many tall trees. Fishing in the river is useless. There's a free shuttle to downtown Savannah IF you purchase a $25 hop on hop off tour bus ticket. Do not miss Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House luncheon. $16 per person. 23 different dishes are delivered to each table. The food was excellent. Lady & Sons lunch was also good but buffet style. We would stay here again.

     

Evergreen Park

Dundee, Ohio

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Never have given a 10 rating before but this campground is excellent. Paved roads with paved sites. Many pull through sites. Cable TV and Wi-Fi is free. The glass enclosed pool with hot tube is very nice. They have a workout room. Fire pits have removable grills on them. Outside basketball area (On Sundays the Amish boys play there- very quiet game!!). Nice shuffle board area. Will stay here again on our next visit..