17 Parks near Adrian, Michigan
Jul 2012 - $25.00
We knew in advance the park did not have sewer but were told we could release grey water if we needed to. We were only there for 4 nights so it wasn't an issue. Sites are all grass and sand and not many of them are level but we found a great one right next to the pathway to the pool. The pool was nice and clean as was the bath house. The bath house is the only rest rooms other than portables situated around the camp. Fantastic trails, nice staff, and lots of shade. It was very hot while we were there and ceiling fans on the front porch of the office would have been nice for using the internet. That's the only place it was available except in the office which is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday and, of course, that's when we were there. We didn't spend a lot of time in camp but when we were there everything was fine. There are a lot of onsite RV's where folks come and go but the place is clean and not trashy. We would return if passing this way again. - Texastravelers
Jun 2013 - $17.00
This is a national guard campground, and it is really nice. The wi-fi is the fastest that I have used in all my travels. It is all sand and pine trees which makes it beautiful for me. The post has a small post exchange so you can buy the small items that you may need. Spaces are somewhat close together, but it was not full, so there was no problem there. There were over 50 television channels on cable. I would stay again and would recommend it to anyone that comes this way. I am retired military so I do not know if a civilian can get in or not. There is a lake within walking distance and you can fish there if you want to. - possumtrotky
Sep 2006 - $25.00
Campground is kept clean and the kids enjoyed the playground area, hay ride and leprechaun hunt. Sites still had plenty of grass for being late in season. The campground could use an upgraded electrical system as 20 amp service is the norm, however, the price would then reflect the increase. By the end of busy weekends the two dumpsters are full to overflowing. The single lane for the dump station can cause long delays in departure, but there is the option of having your tanks pumped out at your site for a fee. Owners are very friendly and respectful. - Not-so-grumpy Sam
May 2011 - $16.00
This is a semi-modern Michigan State Park. 30 amp electric is available but the power pedestals are shared between two sites which means you could have 75' or more to hook up. No water or sewer available at sites. There is no dump station or bath house but there are pit toilets. This is about as close to boon docking as you can get but still have developed sites. Some front sites are large enough for most rigs but the further you go back into the camping area the tighter it gets. I was able to get around towing my 31' 5th wheel but I wouldn't want to try it with anything much bigger. The sites are grass with fire pit and picnic table, large enough to stretch out with brush and trees between sites so you don't see the site next door. This spring has been wet and cold so the majority of sites had very damp ground. Lots of campers were getting stuck or digging deep ruts as the pulled in and out of the sites. Not sure if the weather played any part but the mosquitoes and ticks were terrible but from talking with other ticks seem to be a problem here. Our two dogs got about 6 ticks, we got 4 ticks and we never walked in the woods or or any of the paths. There is a swimming beach and a boat launch about 1-1/2 miles away. The beach looked nice but the water was still too cold to go it. I doubt I will go back here again. - HobbyTalk
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We booked a little late for a busy weekend, but still found a nice site. We also had our 2 dogs with us and that was no problem. Came in late the first night so just got settled. Checked in the next day. Keep in mind that in addition to the camping fee you have to purchase a state park pass for $15. Lots of things to do nearby, hiking, boating, etc. There is firewood to purchase at the park, but no other supplies. Most sites are partially shaded, some are very close together. This is a very popular park, therefore is very busy. Overall impression was clean and well kept but crammed with lots of people. No wifi. - SeeinUSA
Jul 2016 - $27.00
On line check in was easy enough. Site was small but easy to maneuver. Over Forth of July, I never saw anyone over the age of 25 working in the campground. Never saw anyone patrolling. Dogs are supposed to be on a six foot leash, most were not. Beach area was clean, but again unsupervised. Here most dogs were on 25 foot ropes, if not running free. Trash receptacles are non existent except for two small dumpsters, yet the grounds were fairly clean. - T_I_S_H
Jun 2016 - $29.00
The sites are too small and the campground itself is too noisy. The park does not enforce quiet time. We were going to stay two nights but left after the first night. - Gables
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Beautiful family-oriented campground with a lot for the kids to do. Staff very nice. Sites are nice & big. Very quiet most of the time. - dallas 66
Aug 2016 - $48.00
Stayed for several days the end of August 2016. This is a wonderful campground & very well maintained by a friendly family. Plenty of activities to keep children entertained (fishing, mini golf, jump pad, swimming pool, paddle boats, hiking trails, zip-lines, rock climbing, RC car trails, and Llamas!!) Variety of sites, some with full hookup and patios, fire pits, plenty of space between campsites. Bathhouses are clean and plenty of warm water but pressure could be a little stronger. Reasonable rates and safe environment. We hope to make this our annual family gathering place. We had a "prime rate" site but with the Good Sam discount and an extra discount for early week camping, it was more than reasonable. They also offer a laundry facility and delivery for firewood. - DeanaN3Dogs
May 2016 - $34.00
This campground was a bit far off of the highway, but a simple drive to reach. Staff was friendly and helpful. We were initially a bit put off as it looks like a haphazard layout of sites, all grass and dirt. However, we were pleasantly surprised.
We had the campground to ourselves. There were hiking trails, gardens and open green space. Utilities worked well. Wi-fi was spectacular (probably because nobody else was using it). The site was level. They appear to have spectacular programming for kids and appear very active during peek months.
We enjoyed our overnight stay, slept well, and exercised the animals. We would definitely stay here again. - Sheryl E
Sep 2009 - $31.00
Nice, quiet park; lots of seasonals, but after Labor Day there is room for us overnighters. We actually stayed for 4 days. The only issue was the lack of sewer hookups. The dumping station is just not located for the big rigs. If you are in a coach larger than 35 feet plan on dumping somewhere else. A new dump site or on site disposal would make this a super nice campground. - j&k
Aug 2008 - $29.00
This campground has a very nice park like setting with plenty of shade. Unfortunately it does have old shower stalls. They were clean such as they were, but they are not in good condition. The pool looked great. The end of the week the rate when up because of a race at Michigan International Speedway. The staff was helpful and good to work with. We stayed here 7 nights and would stay here again. Its given an average rating because of the condition of the shower stalls. - Oldtymeflyr
Mar 2017 - $100.00
If you are going to MIS for the June or July NASCAR races this is where we like to stay. Power for AC, no water or sewer hookups tho. Quiet nights (for race fans) There is a tram service but lines are long, we walk to the grandstands (around 1-2 miles. ARCA race on Friday, Xfinady race on Saturday and the cup race on Sunday. - GraySeal
Oct 2015 - $47.00
First impression when entering park is very good. Carryout/deli in office area, driving range and small pond for fishing/swimming. Arriving at our site we were not as impressed. Park is 90% seasonal and the places around us were not cleaned up before they left for season. Beer bottles, and other trash were left beside a tree on our site. Site is a corner lot so was roomy. The park was empty with only a couple seasonal still present. Water pressure is poor, no terrible. They have two pumps but not commercial size. Can't run water in two sinks at once. We used their showers because we couldn't get enough water pressure in ours to get wet. We have stayed in RV resorts with a lot of amenities for the price we paid here. They were told about trash but never came to pick it up. Kept our gray tank closed due to sewer odor. End of season and they haven't had their holding tank cleaned. We will not stay here again. - beach walker
Jun 2015 - $48.00
The campground has mostly seasonal sites. The site we were on was terrible - mostly mud, with a few sprouts of grass here and there, and when it rained, the back of the camper, including the jacks, electrical cord, and water hose, were laying in two inches of water. Good thing I didn't need anything out of the back of the camper around that time. There was another site only a few feet behind our camper, too. It looked like most of the other 'transient' sites were on grass, and I don't think they were full, so I'm not sure how we landed on that lousy site. The only thing I liked about the site was that it was shady.
The roads were in good shape, although navigating to our site was bizarre - we had to drive through the site from the side, then back in. It made sense once we saw it, but when they explained it to us in the office, we were scratching our heads. No major problem with the utilities or their location, other than the rainwater issue I mentioned above. We were in site #51 - on the map it looks parallel to the site behind it, but that's not how we were directed to use it - the front of our camper was facing toward the bathhouse.
The office was also a small grocery store/deli, more than the usual campground store affair. There are two lakes - I think you can swim in one and fish in the other. There was also an auction every Saturday night. We didn't try any of these. The wifi worked fine.
A golf cart hit our camper during our stay, so we talked to a lot more people than usual. Everyone we talked to, including the owners, were as nice and helpful as they could be. The owners got the name, address, and insurance information for us and had it ready when we came back to the campground after a day in Detroit and discovered the damage.
Note, all sites are 50 amp only. If you have a 30 amp camper, you need an adapter. They sell them at the store. - skater
May 2015 - $48.00
This old campground is way overpriced. Yes, it is clean, but just a money grab. $45 per storage and the only option is to pay from the 1st to the end of the month with no discount for starting in the middle of month. Owner is old, rude, and a money grabber. What a shame she thinks everyone can afford the outrageous fees; sorry that is not for us. Good roads, all utilities work, close spaces, shaded camp sites. Dirt roads, clean restrooms and showers. General store onsite, with beer, wine, liquor and Lotto along with deli and pizza. Dump stations, swimming pool, fishing pond, golf driving range, and shelter for rent. Over priced: charged extra 10 buck's per night for kids and dogs. - ALPOE
Aug 2016 - $16.00
This huge park is mostly seasonals, but has a separate area of level grass full-hookup sites for transients. Just OK with the full rate, the park is a bargain at the Passport America rate. Our site was fairly level, hookups worked well, and the for-fee WiFi was adequate. No cable but a few OTA channels, and no obstructions to the satellites. Good Verizon cell/data. We were there on a weekday so it was quiet during our stay. Well worth the stop with the PA rate. - Meanderman
Aug 2016 - $15.00
This was the only park around. We expected to be nicked & dimed extra fee for sewer, extra fee to run your air conditioners, extra fee for WiFi. There is no cable. This is a huge park, 800 sites, lots of them permanent residents. It is in the middle of corn fields with nothing else around it. It is not that far from Toledo, though. First problem, no water. Decided to call the office since we were so far away. No cell service. Turns out Verizon works here but that is about it. The reason we had no water was they were working on the lines. It came on within the hour. We had to reset the circuit breaker because the power is not strong here & running both air conditioners was too much for it. We are here for 2 nights but will probably only stay one & move on. - Connie's Co-Owner
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Please be aware there is a whole page of additional fees. 30 amp service plus additional $2.50 to use your own AC. Golf carts overrun the place. There is an additional fee for sewer based on the number of people. I will not return--don't nickle dime me to death. - az2wv