Pretty campground. Nice and quiet. Large sites. Pull-thrus are very unlevel, but back-ins look fine. You have to pay in cash. Would return to this campground, but not in a pull-thru. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was formerly called East Branch RV Park and the new owners have renamed it Bear Paw RV Park. It is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in the last two years. The sites are gravel with lots of grass and shade trees between you and your neighbor. The water pressure is great and the 50 amp service was excellent. It is quiet and the owners are so helpful. There are picnic tables and fire rings at each site. We will stay here again and will pass the name of this park along to friends. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you want lots of R&R this is the place. Under new ownership, it is a very peaceful and quiet camp grounds with wild life as neighbors. No pool but big roomy camp sites where you can have a camp fire at night. We will be staying there again when we want to get away from it all. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice green park. Located away from town. It's fairly new. The office and laundry are one room so when the manager isn't here, there's no access to it. (He's usually here during the day somewhere.) Showers, bathrooms were very clean but could use some different shower heads (not adjustable with needle spray!) Very friendly manager. Nice quiet place to stay and the rate was good. I believe they usually charge $2 or $3 more per night for pull-throughs (although he didn't charge us.) Would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a newer, well maintained CG, less than 6 years old that sits back ½ mile off the South side of M-55, approximately 3.5 miles east of the M-55 & M-65 junction. The gravel entrance road has a large, easily seen ID sign and is slightly dusty when dry. The pads are all gravel/dirt. All spaces are large with easily maneuverable access roads and a separate space for your towed. No problem for the big rigs (45+). All of the RV pads have electric, water and sewer. The sewer hookup is ground flush making it an easy dump process. Electric is reliable (even during thunder and lightning storms) and all are 50A. The Wi-Fi, while we were here, was out of order due to a lightning strike. There is no (Verizon) cell phone reception from the lower area of the park. The owner is very friendly and easy going, doesn’t even have one of those full page set of rules. We had a great stay at this park and would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very pleasant park and very quiet. In the country about 11 miles west of Tawas City. Large sites with tables and fire rings at each site. A CCUSA park, so at $13/night, a real bargain. Our Verizon phone and Air Card didn't work there although you could see a tower about a mile away. Nice to see deer in the park. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a converted mobile home park with many long term RVs in it. We had a pull-through with 50 amp which was level and free of any obstructions. The roads are narrow and you must pay attention to the many pot holes and mud holes. The three days we were there, a girls' softball tournament was going on and the two sites next to us had 3 tents and a pop-up with young girls that played loud music and laughed and screamed until well after midnight. A DJ was also playing until about 11:00 PM, so getting any sleep was very difficult. Park is a little run down and needs some attention to roads and they need to enforce the quiet times better. Rate is for Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had such a nice stay here. The people who run this park were terrific. Everything was so quiet and comfortable here! We really enjoyed having access to the Tawas River. It was a great place to go canoeing (we launched the boat right from within the park). It's really conveniently located and we spent a lot of time exploring the area and enjoyed the proximity to Lake Huron. We'll definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.