Nice level sites mostly in woods. Sites were too close together in some places. No room for even a picnic table and fire rings were dangerously close to trailers. Many permanent sites along the lake and they were larger sites. They also provided places for groups to camp together. Nice beach, boats to rent, etc. main attraction water slide was closed due to water levels being low when we were there. Had a nice store. We were there mainly to see Henry Ford Museum so we didn't spend a lot of time at the trailer but kids enjoyed the playground and the lake. Only problem is this campground opens it's facilities to the public for day use making the picnic grounds, beach and other facilities very crowded during the day but it is quiet in the evenings. We would go back when school is in session. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Camped here for two weeks in August 2009. Good paved roads and sites. Full hook-ups available. Sites are large with plenty of room for slides. The tent areas have the tall mature trees, but not the paved sites. There are two large lakes for swimming & fishing plus another two lakes for fishing. They have paddle boats, miniature golf and a full 27-hole golf course. Visitors must pay entrance fee and are NOT allowed to drive to the camp sites: they must park in the park's lot and walk in. Campfires are allowed, however NO PETS are allowed. Warning: the water here is VERY HIGH in iron so, if there are any leaks on your trailer you'll soon have a bright brown-orange drip marks showing up. (CLR seems to clean them off though). We were able to get about 15 TV channels very clearly using the standard outside TV antenna on top the trailer. Would return and will. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a wonderful park with plenty of things for the family to enjoy (several lakes, playgrounds and a golf course). The rate for a paved full hookup site w/sewer was only 24.00 a night the weekend we camped!!! Amazing. Bathrooms are very clean! Only reason I rated only an 8 was ALL the trees in the RV area are all new so there is no shade at all. They also do not allow dogs during the peak summer months. That fact alone is a plus for some people, but my two labs would disagree. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is not that great. It is clean, but the sites are mostly sunny. You definitely do not get the "camping" feeling being here. The beach was the biggest disappointment of all. It is basically a grassy area that had a small patch of sand put there. The swimming area is marked off with buoys and it is small. The bathrooms were clean but there was NO HOT WATER AT ALL. Their electrical outlet would not support the amount of electricity that my pop up camper needed to run lights, fans, etc., so it kept overloading. Not the best experience. We left a day early. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Sites are big and campground clean. The reason I gave the mid-grade was the bathroom. They were not clean and there was no hot water in the shower. I know it is a state park, but bugs everywhere all the time is too much. People were nice. The roads were in good shape for a state Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a fairly nice state park. The sites for the most part are fairly large but some are wide and not to deep. The bathhouses could use an updating but where kept clean most of the time. There are two bathhouses and several vault toilets throughout the park. The bathhouses close November 1st as the campground is opened all year. There are horseshoe pits, basketball court, volleyball court and a playground area down by the beach. Not the nicest of beaches mostly grass and not much sand. The lake has very good fishing and there is a canoe rental for canoeing on the lake and Huron River. Very nice canoing river. Over all the park is usually very quiet. The fire rings are large and can hold a good fire. Most of them are placed away from the campers depending on how you set up. Lots of nice hiking trails for those who like to hike. We camp here several times a year and find it a very enjoyable experience. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
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Unfortunately, this was the only park available in close proximity to a family member residing near Detroit. We do not usually stay in state parks, however, we decided to make a reservation at the welcome center as we entered Michigan. It took many hours to get through to make the reservation. Upon arrival at the park, we were charged $96.00 for only 4 nights. We had no water or sewer for our motorhome. We had to move our motorhome 3 times to find a site that would be near the electric hook-up. We were charged extra fees because we were not Michigan residents, and these fees included daily park passes (one for each day) on both the motorhome and our tow vehicle. After traveling over 10,000 miles over a 6 month period, this was the worst park we ever found. We wrote
to the State of Michigan complaining of the park but, of course, received no response. There were only 4 showers for over 100 campsites. Hazardous fire pits were only a few feet from our motorhome. We assumed no one would be stupid enough to start a fire near the rear of our motorhome (and gas tank); however, we had to report such a fire to the ranger. We were told that such a fire was allowed in the State of Michigan, and he could not ask the people responsible to put out the fire. Needless to say, we will never visit a Michigan State Park again! We camped here in a camper.