4 Parks near Iron Mountain, Michigan
May 2012 - $24.00
Mixed feelings about this park. Sites are unusual--at least ours was. We were promised a water/electric site, but there was no water post at ours, and posts at other sites were very oddly placed. Take an extra as an extension, just in case. These folks have clearly had issues with dogs. We counted five different types of No dog signs: no dogs in office, in park (they meant playground), on beach, on grass, in pavilion. And these signs were everywhere. They did provide an unfenced, right next to the road but along the water, "area" (they called it a dog park) right outside the park boundaries. If your dog's recall is good, have at it. But don't risk the traffic otherwise. Our site had a really pretty view of the lake, but many sites are pretty far away. Overall, we enjoyed our overnight, but probably would not return. - JCLC
Aug 2010 - $19.00
GPS led us to the exit of this park, which meant driving several miles down a narrow road to find a neighborhood where we could turn around. This is a very popular spot, so the place gets busy, especially on summer weekends. Sites are tight, but adequate for our 40-footer. There’s plenty of green space close by to stretch out and enjoy the lake. The constant rumble of logging trucks passing by our front window all day got old quickly. We came here to meet up with friends, and would return for that. But, if we’re on our own we’ll look for another spot. - RockyandBullwinkle
Sep 2016 - $27.00
What a great park. Our pull thru was hard surface (#1 site). Great WiFi and lots of cable channels. We stayed overnight. - Cricket49
Jul 2016 - $29.00
This park had some surprising positives. First, the managers (owners?) were unbelievable. Anything they could do to help and with a truly positive attitude. I saw the walk or bike or carry equipment past our site multiple times a day. The park was immaculate. The most pleasant surprise was a large park-like addendum with a pond, a bit of woods and more than enough space to run the dog without bothering anybody else.
Unfortunately, the riverfront was cheek by jowl with seasonal people and park models, and there was no access. We would return, and considered changing our plans to stay longer. - Sheryl E
Jul 2016 - $29.00
We stayed here over the 4th. Way too many fireworks. Looked like a family camping place. Lots of permanents and regulars. Level site. No wifi. Close to town. Host was awesome!!! - Lazyp123
Oct 2016 - $28.00
Nice, friendly staff. Dropped towed at office and they escorted us to our site and helped get the motorhome aligned with the hookups. Our site was big enough that we could have set up a volleyball court outside out door. They delivered the firewood to our site when we asked about purchasing some. Don't worry about the train tracks that run past the campground. We were there for 4 days and there was only 1 train, at 7PM, the first day. Pool was closed, but pool area looked nice. Hiking trail through the woods at the back of the campground. Really nice place. Easy access to Iron Mountain and Pine Mountain areas. - STBRetired
Oct 2016 - $29.00
Good size pull through sites, some shade but open enough for satellite. Decent wifi and other utilities. Pleasant owners. Mostly grass sites but ours had a big muddy place where a rug was placed for a long time. - padre
Sep 2016 - $27.00
A nice park outside Iron Mountain with very large sites and friendly management. This is our 3rd visit to this park and each visit has been a pleasant experience.
There is a nearby train track, however it is very lightly used and we only heard a train once during this 4-day visit.
Washers and dryers were present and reasonably priced. Our site was well shaded and thus not satellite friendly. - Lakewood90
Sep 2009 - $15.00
This is a very popular campground and is usually full most weekends. Arrive early in the week for a first-come first-serve site. Odds site are reservable. Very clean neat park, with outhouses and water spigots throughout the park. Each site is large and roomy, only one we saw that our 40 ft rig would not fit in. Trees are very close to the road, so not for the squeamish to drive through. Our wide-body motorhome just made it in a few places with careful monitoring to drive through the campground. Sites are large and able to have slideouts. Many are graveled and surrounded by timbers making a deck-area of sorts. The lake is a bit of a walk away, with swimming beach. A large log lodge building is available for family reunions, parties, etc. overlooking the lake. 2 walking paths go wayyy up to an overlook outcropping for spectacular views over the area. Dump station is available, but for $5 fee, even for the campers already staying in the park (first time we have seen that!). More development is ongoing in the back of the park for larger drive through sites and 50 amp service, as government funds allow in the future. All the sites are 30 amp presently. After you stay longer than 2 weeks, the price drops to $10 a night, and seasonal rates are available. Got a very faint sporadic air card and cell phone signal with AT&T. Digital TV stations fade out during the day but come back at night. - kareninthewoods