The price reflects a Passport America price for two days. The second two days were $42. The campground is poorly marked. I had problems finding the campground. Need more and better signs. The only dumpster was up a long hill and in back of a work area. Had to ask several people the location. Not a pleasant walk. The sites were large but not level. No individual maps were provided to find the site or where anything was. We camped at Sunny Woods Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $19.00
The lady who gave us our site did not know the price per night. The sites were so uneven that after trying 3 sites we decided to leave. The sewer hook-ups were at the front so our hoses wouldn't reach and trees were in the way of our slide outs. We camped at Sunny Woods Resort in a Motorhome.
Driving into the park was over a rutted gravel road. The park is laid out in concentric circles so keeping a rig on the road and away from trees requires full attention. The sites are somewhat level but make sure you have lots of leveling planks/blocks. The park was in need of some TLC - looked ragged and well used. Our 34' fiver would not fit the assigned lot especially our slides. In the middle of vacation season in northern MI, only a few sites were occupied, mostly appearing to be full-timers. That was the straw that broke us - rather than attempt to shoehorn our rig into a tight sight, we bailed. The counter man was quite willing to see us go and wished us luck in finding a campground (we did - east about 15 miles). So if rustic camping is for you and your rig, this might be the place, especially considering their cheap rental rates (even cheaper if you are a Passport America member). But if you prefer well maintained, spacious camping, IMHO, you might want to keep on driving to another campground. We camped at Sunny Woods Resort in a Fifth Wheel.