Other review is accurate. Great Rest rooms/Shower house. Most sites only have electric (20 amp only) water in very few locations. No other services available. Good spot for event in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an excellent example of a County/City park. There is a wide variety of sites from big spacious to small very shaded. This is a fairgrounds that has paved roads. There is little to do unless there is an event going on. We use this park for single overnights or event. A much more pleasant alternative to other parks in the area. Call ahead if you are coming in after hours. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a relatively new campground. Away from busy roads and quiet. A very clean facility. Operated by the folks that own Turkeyville Restaurant. Very good food at reasonable prices cafeteria style. The staff were very friendly and helpful. No road noise. A very nice pool with new restrooms, laundry and shower rooms. If you're ever in the Marshall, MI area this would be a hard campground to beat. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Brand new park, opened in 2011, at Cromwell's Turkeyville just north of Marshall MI. Open, gravel sites, good gravel roads. Great pool. Wi-Fi somewhat iffy, but most of the time was good. Had a strong 3G Verizon signal as well. Off I-69 at exit 42, four miles north of I-94 interchange. Penned farm animals (for the kids) and small gage train rides on site. Friendly staff. Of 127 sites, only about 30 campers in the park the 3 nights we stayed in June; maybe because it's not widely listed yet. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Some dogs are not allowed as pets. Most 50 A and sewer connection sites are taken early by seasonal campers. Approximately 20 satellite-friendly sites. Very clean large grassy campsites with fire rings, picnic tables and chipmunks. Sanitary dump station with flush hose available. Also local black/grey tank pump service available. This park is very friendly, very quiet, with three camping areas spread out among 300 acres of cornfields and connected with paved roads. Private lake front has boat ramp and channel out to main lake. Three separate shower facilities with one handicapped accessible. On site oak and hickory firewood sales. Many on site activities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good friendly place to stay. A little high priced, but a nice campground with lots to do. Only downfall is no sewer system, but they do have a honey wagon that will pump you out for an extra $6.00 if done during the week and not on Wed. Weekends and Wednesdays are more expensive. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We always stay here as a last stop as we travel home to Ontario from the west. Most of the sites are permanent and you get the feeling of being an outsider. But that's OK, the park is well supervised, the washrooms are old but clean, the sites are level and its quiet. We prefer the sites on the west side of the park overlooking the lake. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Is a great campground, but I didn't like the PA system, seemed to be abused at times. I also felt that the owners had a "do it my way or hit the highway" attiude, otherwise I would have given it a 8. Many things to do, Shuffle board comp., bingo, hay ride for kids, plenty of trails around to ride bikes. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Over charged for primitive camp sites. Rules said $20 per unit with two cars. Charged us $20 per car. Continualy tried to get us to pay more money for things we didn't use like electricity and water.. crammed too many other campers in one site when there were plenty of other sites in the camp ground.. I made reservations and there were people in my site when I showed up.. then they complained that we were there.. I made reservations they did not..! I would rather camp in a farm field freshly plowed than stay there again. Nice campground but poorly run. ("Camp D") We camped here in a Tent Trailer.