2 Parks near Lake Leelanau, Michigan
Oct 2015 - $35.00
We stayed in this campground for 12 days before, during and after the RV-Dreams Fall Rally. The campground is located on Lake Leelanau with a number 0f sites that are big rig friendly. We had full hook-ups and the WiFi worked OK most of the time. They also have cable TV which we did not use. Our pull through site was a level concrete pad including a small picnic area with a table. The laundry facility and bathrooms/showers were clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our stay here and would return if we are ever in this part of Michigan again. The campground is open from May 1st to Oct 31st each year. There are a number of seasonal RV's located in the campground but there are well maintained. The sites nearest the lake are reserved for short-term camping. - Co-Mike
Oct 2015 - $45.00
From the moment we step foot in the office to check in this RV park has everything everyone needs. Hospitality, service great sites with full hookups. All services were good, the 10 individual shower/restrooms were always clean and had plenty of hot water. - smoky40
Sep 2015 - $52.00
Have been to many RV parks and this one is as good as any and better than most. Friendly / helpful staff, very clean, large sites, good WI FI, lots of cable TV channels. Extended our stay another week, we didn't want to leave. Lots to do in the area. We have already made reservations for next season. - Chip Lyn
Sep 2015 - $55.00
Camped in a 35 foot 5th wheel on back-in site 62, which is sand. Easy access & required one board to level side to side. Long site with plenty of room for truck. Large concrete patio. Lots of grass between neighboring sites & backed to grass reaching to pond. No shade. There is no shower or laundry house. There is a clean laundromat three miles away in Sutton's Bay. Good WiFi & antenna TV. Exchange book collection. Very quiet at night except for low hum from pond air bubbler, which might not be heard if at another site. Location is lovely, surrounded by woods, while sites are open. Would rate this park much higher if there were showers & laundry facilities. - Scottsdale RVers
Jun 2015 - $62.00
We recently bought our new-to-us 37' RV and wanted to try it out for a few nights. We live in the area and chose Wild Cherry Resort because of its lovely landscaping and peaceful atmosphere. Office staff were so pleasant, put us in a prime spot on the end of a row by the pond. Pond was clean (they have a little cleaning robot in it that keeps it from getting scummy) with cattails and wild birds. At night the frogs sang us to sleep. Park is extremely quiet, which we appreciate, and staff is working all day, every day to keep it lovely. We were in a 50 amp full hookup space, everything worked perfectly. Trash is picked up at daily at your site. Parking site was gravel with a concrete patio and picnic table. Very little leveling needed.
We brought our two dogs, one of whom is 80# and over the stated weight limit. The park is flexible on that restriction, just ask. Lots of areas to walk your dog, including orchards and woods. They just ask that you not let your dog do their business on the beautifully maintained lawns around the sites, and I can understand that.
The only reason that I give this park 9 stars instead of ten is that there are no bathrooms or laundry. For a self-contained rig, this is not a problem, but for the tent and yurt campers (they have a yurt here!) it might be less than desirable. The park has several driving range/putting greens but no playground. Kids were safely riding their bikes on the paved roads within the resort, though. Personally, we greatly enjoyed the quiet. Several wineries right next door, with quaint towns, beaches and more wineries within easy driving distance. Yes, the park is expensive, but rates are representative of the area. We would stay here again, and recommend it to others. - ZombieNurse
Aug 2012 - $59.00
Park sites are large. Really not pet friendly even though they claim to be. Owner makes you take your dog to a specified area to do it's business. He had a fit, ours urinated on the grass in the campsite. Nothing here for kids to do, it was pretty boring for them. Expensive for what he offers, which is nothing but real bad WiFi. We really liked the surrounding area, but would find another campground the next time. - cameocrazy