4 Parks near Copper Harbor, Michigan
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Grounds are lovely and well maintained. Lots of trees and a lake. They have clean toilets and showers, laundry facilities, a game room, and a playground. You can rent canoes and boats, and it's an easy walk into town. Very quiet spot. - CANef
Sep 2015 - $35.00
What a clean and convenient campground. The owner gives a full run down of sites around the area, the bathrooms are immaculate, the price is reasonable. Nice lodge building. WiFi was weak, but that is about the best you can get up in the UP. - PF Churchill
Aug 2015 - $47.00
Park has an excellent lake access. Park is positioned for a great trail to Fort Wilkins. Park is located only a few blocks from restaurants, gift shops, and a bakery. The area does not have cell phone coverage but their small motel has an easily accessible pay phone on the first floor. The campground also has free WiFi. The front part of the campground has a building where there is a very clean laundry area and a recreation area with a few video games. The sites for motor homes are fairly level and the back portion of the park have excellent wooded sites for tenting with electric at most sites. The dump station is easy to use in the front center portion of the park. There is a small store with some camp items at the check-in desk. - PA Mtn Rvers
Aug 2016 - $23.00
We were looking for a campground that would allow us to explore the northern end of the Keweenaw Peninsula. We're self contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We stayed on a weeknight in August.
There are 2 sections to this campground - east and west with Fort Wilkins in between. We stayed at the west campground. The staff was friendly and helpful. The campground was clean and well maintained. Sites were mostly shaded. Sizes of the sites varied. There was limited wifi, best accessed near the rest rooms - picnic tables gave it away. There is no Verizon/ATT coverage. - dsvt
Jul 2016 - $25.00
A family oriented park with beautiful hiking trails, multiple swimming "holes" and the historic Fort that is open daily and into the late evening for viewing. They really don't have a beach, they do not have a lifeguard.
Phone reception is horrible (none for Verizon). WiFi cuts out often, was best at the shower rooms.
The camp sites are very dirty/sandy (actual dirt) and had lots of wood chips/bark that our dogs ate. - M_P_RIPLEY
Jul 2016 - $24.00
Awesome camping atmosphere! Was a bit crowded on the weekend but still fairly quiet. Paved roads. Some sites are suited to tents and are listed on the reservation site as unlevel. RV sites of various sizes, and are fairly level. The historic nature of the park has lots to offer as well. Great job by the state of Michigan! - jwlbal
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
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
Jun 2010 - $27.00
This campground is located on the shores of Lake Superior and has without a doubt one of the most beautiful and scenic views in the State of Michigan. The campground is clean and well run with the only drawback being no sewers; of course, there is a dump station. A real plus is the free WiFi: somewhat slow at times but overall a surprise in such a remote location. Shore power was good and drinking water was excellent. We stayed 3 nights and very much enjoyed our stay. Would rate it a 10 but felt I could not do so because of the lack of sewers. - leferen
Aug 2007 - $23.00
What a beautiful spot for a campground! All of the sites are a few seconds walking distance from the Lake Superior shoreline. You can walk as far as you want in either direction along the shore, - a rocky shoreline at the campground. Yes, the sunsets are beautiful. The washrooms are plain but very clean. The three shower units are self contained with toilet, sink as well as shower. The sites are acceptably level, relatively spacious and there are lots of trees. I was surprised and pleased to have wireless internet available. - Stan Wigg