1 Park near Houghton, Michigan
May 2015 - $35.00
Sadly, we only had the opportunity to stay here for 2 nights. Not only is this area an incredibly wonderful place to visit, the RV park here was impeccably clean, well maintained, offered all amenities besides showers (you'll need to be self-contained if you want to be clean! Haha!), and the greatest hosts ever. They were super helpful in offering places to visit, and in addition to that, we were able to spend a little time visiting with them and getting to know their stories. Within 2 minutes of pulling up to our spot, both of our kids (16 and 10) said "We're only staying two nights here????" Trust me, had our trip allowed a longer stay, we'd be staying. The playground with the huge slides and sand play area was quite entertaining (for us big kids too!), and there are restaurants and shops within a very short distance. We can't wait to return here. 2000 characters is never enough to explain in detail how much we enjoyed this beautiful park. - MikulasGoneAgain!
Sep 2014 - $30.00
This is a well maintained city park campground, with very helpful hosts. They know the area well and can tell you the best places to visit as well as the best places to eat! Roads are paved as was our level pull-in site. Big rig access was good. There was a little road noise during the day but at night it was quiet. Privacy between sites with grass and a few shrubs. A few sites had shade trees, ours did not. Plenty of space for our towed. All sites overlook the Portage Waterway and have a lovely covered deck with picnic table and park bench, there is also a fire ring. This is only a small campground with 22 sites and the sites are tiered so everyone gets a wonderful view of the water. There are no bathrooms or laundry. Pet friendly but dogs are not allowed in the city park. Wi-Fi was hit and miss and cell was marginal. Food stores and Walmart are just down the road. Houghton is a gem of a historical town, so much to see and do, with some wonderful places to eat, we can highly recommend Joeys Seafood and Grill. There is plenty of sightseeing and the drive to Copper Harbor is a must. We would stay here again. Dropped one point because of Wi-Fi. - tobyjug
Aug 2014 - $30.00
This is our second visit to one of the nicest campgrounds we've stayed in anywhere. Every site has a covered patio deck with a picnic table and bench, and excellent views of the Portage Canal. The campground is quiet, peaceful and we wish our schedule allowed us to stay longer. We would DEFINITELY stay here again. - dandd