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4 RV Parks near Copper Harbor, Michigan
Jul 2018 - $40.00
I called and booked our site 8 months ahead, asking for an "easy to access" site. We were assigned Site 3, water/electric only. When we checked in, we were told they needed to change us to Site 13. The map showed this would be a tight fit. We were told of several alternate sites. All of them were also difficult to access. Thinking that they needed Site 3 for a string of campers together, we made do. The electric and water outlets were right along the road. We're lucky we carry extra hoses and cords or we would have been out of luck. But with little room to maneuver, trying to miss hitting the outlets was another problem. We needed to exit out the entrance road. Later that night we saw Site 3 was unused as well as 2, 4, and 5. First thing the next morning, same thing. WHY, on a weekday, cram us (21 ft) along with several others the same size into tight fitting, NO WIFI, long distance to the showers, etc. and leave the other sites empty? Why lie to me and say they REALLY NEEDED Site 3. Would I go there again? NO WAY!! Not happy here at all. - Not happy here
Jul 2018 - $50.00
Copper Harbor is awesome and this is the campground to enjoy it all. The state park which is nearby is nice, but doesn't have full hookups. The campsite itself wasn't the most scenic but it was extremely convenient and extremely well maintained. They have a large building with baths and showers for tent campers and it has a gathering room with a fireplace which would have been lovely for a rainy day. - RosalitaAS
Sep 2017 - $46.00
Grassy back-in site with the water and electric located up by the road on the left. The cable tv and sewer are in the back of the site on the left. We drove it as a pull-in site. Others backed in. Because of the time of year the CG was not near full. We had excellent internet access. The small lake was directly across from us. It's a pretty area with Lake Superior just down the street and walking/biking paths closeby. - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
Sep 2018 - $30.00
Overall, park is nice. My comments are for owners of big rigs. Yes you can find sites plenty long enough. I stayed in a pull thru that must have been 80' long. Only issue for big motorhomes is that the pull thrus are basically at 90 degree angle from a narrow road (as is your exit). Was a difficult departure (I cut quite a few tree limbs to keep from scratching my paint job). I should have reserved one of the back in sites with better angles. You will also scrape trees on a couple of the internal road turns on the West campground, and many overhanging branches are not trimmed to big rig height. Otherwise, park was nice and concur with most other reviews. - Selectively Unemployed
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Very sandy and dirt. The rain made the site very dirty. The site was not level and required some effort to level camper. The weather was not good. - Dennis D
Aug 2018 - $20.00
We stayed in the West side. Our space was just large enough for our small motorhome. Very crowded. While there was a bit of vegetation between sites, it didn't stop being able to hear conversations beside us. Many campfires created a very smoky atmosphere which I have a hard time tolerating. If we stayed here again, I would opt for a site on the far end where the sites a bigger or closer to the entry road away from the beach where families were concentrated. Great park for kids. - MsLucy
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We stayed here in our 23' Class B MH - no slides or toad. When we pulled in, we thought we'd made a big mistake, because a long good gravel entrance road, then it was a bit dog eared - no attendant and we were greeted by a nice neighbor lady who pointed to the site we had been assigned via our telephone call. WE FELL IN LOVE WITH THE PLACE! My wife found a super lode of Lake Superior rocks (on nearby lake shore)and could have spent hours filtering the stones, but kept just a few. Rest rooms and showers were neat and clean, but a bit cold (unheated) in the 55 degree temp at night and morning. Laundromat had 2 driers and 3 washers $2 per load (honor system). If you ever wanted to "camp" in a motorhome, this is the place! A rugged, but superb setting!
The owner drove by in his dune buggy like vehicle - we flagged him and paid him and got great advice on where to go when we headed to Copper Harbor. Our site had water and electric (30 amp) - I believe all were 30 amp. Place is named after its sunset and it is beautiful! We would stay here again. - KAZIMIRA
Sep 2013 - $30.00
The campground is about 8 miles from a small town with no services. You have to negotiate almost a mile of rough dirt road to get to the campground. Sites are very rough. No pads. Not even gravel. We were parked on grass. We were near the office and couldn't connect to the wifi. The lake is visible but only one site is actually on it. Road through the campground is dirt/gravel. Very narrow, be careful. There is an office with a number to call if you need something. Never saw anyone in the office. Restrooms rough. Only looked in after one had obviously been used. We were disappointed in the RV Campground given the reviews. Again, very rough and not well maintained. - chris4499
Jul 2012 - $33.00
Last year's reviewer pretty much hit it on the head. When we arrived, our reserved spot was occupied, but the owner put us in another OK. It is an old campground, but clean and scenic. We did not use the bathroom/shower, but when I checked one, the floor was soaked from all of the showers. The owners grandson tore around on an ATV: annoying, but otherwise quiet and serene. Good location for touring local sights. - renodick
Sep 2017 - $35.00
We camped here with a 30ft Travel trailer and had Site 15 with a full hookup. However to use the hookup we would have to drive in, and then wouldn't be able to get our truck out unless we drove through other campsites if available. The sewer connection is at the front of the site so when we backed in we had to put the extended 30 foot sewer hose underneath the trailer to reach the connection. The water and electric hookups are nearer the middle of the site edge. This is a backin site (no pull thru sites) and all hookups are on the wrong side for a backin site. The staff was very polite and very helpful.
The campground is situated right on the waterfront of Lake Superior and is a beautiful spot. The road into the campground is narrow and thank goodness we didn't meet anyone coming the other way. Sites backing to the lake have water only hookups. The wifi is very sporadic to say the best.
When will campgrounds learn that many of us want to be able to go online to look at places to visit in the area, book tours, or book or reconfirmed our next campground. Good reliable wifi should be a priority. - KiwiYankee
Sep 2016 - $1.00
Was impossible to use this campground as roads way too narrow and turns too sharp for our club cab truck and 34 fifth wheel. Phoned previous to arrival, owner very nice over phone. After reaching campground, discovered that there was no way for our rig to survive without hitting trees, so after several tries and backing up a few times, was able to navigate our way out. Road into the campground also very narrow, and when we met another rig halfway there we both had to pull off the shoulders to let each other pass. This may be a nice place, but we could not use. Nice area of the peninsula, but not for us. - JAYFLIGHTRV
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Sunset Bay RV Resort is in a beautiful location. The road into the park is narrow and gravel, but we had no problems with our 40' fifth wheel. The roads inside the park are narrow and could be problematic for long rigs. The sites for RVs are not along the shoreline. All the shoreline sites are tent sites. Overall, a nice park in a beautiful part of the Upper Peninsula. - N9ID