Very few full hookup sites available for short term use and those that are are far from level. Electrical hook-up can be two extension cords away depending on your site. Our site was a difficult back in for a large 5th wheel because of trees and firepit. We were promised sites together, but were scattered across the park. WiFi is available but is expensive at $25.00 a week or $5.25 a day. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We used our passport America membership so we paid 1/2 price. Their website indicates it's on the lake but in reality it is about a 50-75 foot steep walk down to the beach. The view of the beach is great. There are a lot of seasonal units with all the view sites taken by these units. They do have lookouts with benches. The Wi-Fi is available only at the office building and it was very slow. Other than this it was a nice place and we would probably stay there again using the discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I love this quiet family campground! The transient sites along the ball diamond are well shaded and allow ample space for kids to play in the field across the 'road'. Although the walk to the beach is about 10 minutes (only 5 on the way down!) it is a lovely beach with some rocks and mostly sand. One thing that would make this campground even better would be 50 amp service for those of us who enjoy our air-conditioning without blowing the fuses. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall this is a very nice campground, but who is the non camper who laid out the power system? I've never seen power posts located so far from campsites before. Bring 100' of cord to be sure to reach power. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped in the Colborne section of the campground. It was quiet even though it was a long weekend. The sites are nicely spaced with trees for privacy from your neighbours, but sites may be located directly across the road. The park is clean and well maintained. The beach is large and sandy. There are concerts and dances held in a renovated barn on site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Electric only at one section of this campground. Most sites are 50x50 with bushes between sites. Need a long cord since you have to reach over 50 feet to the side of your site and a bit beyond. We went in parallel to road. Most other campers run on 15 amp cords. Picnic table and fire pit. Drive down steep camp road to nice beach on Lake Huron. Some low trees on road and sites. Dump station and water. Camp store is across the road - more like a small community store. We camped here in a Motorhome.