As reported thru the years. This place is still $15 a night. No on site dump, but it has one at the front of the fairgrounds. Tons of shade Great for an overnight or a month as we are doing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A real deal only a mile from I-69. The main campground is in a mature wooded area. Unless you're here at fair time in August, or during an RV rally, there should be no problem finding a good place to park. You'll be parking on grass, electric power is 30 amp max, water bibs sprinkled around the grounds but not at every site, and no sewer but there is a dump station on the grounds. We think it's a real deal for $15. We'll stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This must be one of Michigan's best kept secret campgrounds. We found the listing in a booklet we got at a tourist information center. When I called the number to see if they had space available, there was a recording saying the office was closed for the winter. There were a couple of other numbers given and I finally reached a person who said there were spaces and no, they weren't closed (but the fairground offices were). It took us two tries to find the campground. It's way at the back of the fairgrounds, so it isn't visible when you first turn into the fairgrounds. It's very basic, no frills, but it was a nice place to park overnight. The electric is only 30 amp, but it was good enough. No sewer hookups but they do have a dump station. The sites are grass, not well marked, and not all are very level. It's pretty laid back, and there were only 2 other rigs there, other than the campground host. We camped here in a Motorhome.