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24 RV Parks near Menominee, Michigan
Oct 2017 - $17.00
We happened upon this park because the CG we planned to stay at wound up having no cell service, which we need for our business. Price is actually $20/night, but if you stay 6 nights, you get one free, so our total was $17/night. 2 bars LTE Verizon. This park is right up against Green Bay (the water, not the city) with several beachfront sites and beautiful views (see pics). It, unfortunately, is also right up against a major road, so there is a lot of freight traffic, and on-road rumble strips you can hear with every passing truck. Sites are 20/30/50amp with dump and fill station on site. Fill station DOES NOT have a threaded hose connection, which meant we had to drive a few miles north to the State park and pay $9 to fill our water for the week. There are 2 pit toilet stations and a bath house with flush toilets and coin showers. Showers looked a little dank, but did not use. This is a County park, and lots of non-campers come through to use restrooms and picnic. Also, we noticed people just driving through at twice the posted speed, but not sure what their purpose was. - Unknown_Normal
May 2016 - $20.00
Passed by this park on the beach 15 miles north of Menominee. Sign advertised 50 amps for $20 (we were on our way to state park). State park was too expensive for non-resident, so we came back to this county park. We were glad we did! - DCM/JMB
Jul 2018 - $35.00
This is a pretty municipal campground, conveniently located about half way on our drive from Traverse City, Michigan to Minneapolis. The location, behind a Kmart, is a bit bazaar, but the physical setting on the river is quite nice. Check-in was easy since we had already reserved and paid. It's surprising how difficult it is to make a reservation there. You can't do it online - you must fill out a paper form and mail it in with a check. We had to call to confirm we had a reservation. The office was not occupied when we arrived at 1:05 pm, but someone showed up a couple of minutes later. Roads are a bit tight but navigable. Many seasonals but sites were tidy There are mature trees throughout the park so plenty of shade. We were not able to use our rooftop satellite antenna, but we were able to place our portable antenna at the rear of the coach to receive all three Dish western arc satellites. We spent one night in site 44, a pull-through site that was just barely long enough for our 38' coach plus 2-door Jeep toad. It was level, and I would estimate the length of the site to be about 57 feet. Power (30 amp only) was stable, we did not use the sewer connection, and the water pressure was adequate. However, the water was a bit cloudy, and the WiFi was poor. There is a municipal sewerage plant next door, but we did not smell it. There is grass everywhere, but there is also goose poop almost everywhere. No enclosed dog park, but plenty of places to walk the dog. Our site was within 75 yards of Highway 41 where it climbs to go over the bridge over the Menominee River, so the road noise was constant. - mtmsf
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Beautiful city owned park, staff was very helpful and courteous. As mentioned in previous reviews they do not accept credit/debit cards, cash and checks only. There are a lot of mature trees so satellite TV is hit or miss, we just found the right spot and got lucky. The only thing missing was a patio, only had soft grass to step onto. - RJ56
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Lovely little municipal park. Asphalt drives and level pads, manicured grass and lots of shady trees. A reasonable distance between sites with a combination of pull through and back-in full-service sites. Seems to be a number of longer-term (monthly) campers but all very tidy and neat. We stayed overnight but would definitely go back again when we pass through. Should note that they only take cash or cheques. Very helpful staff. - egroup
Oct 2018 - $27.00
Although this park is right by the middle school its still very "northwoods" feeling and very spacious. Great location for biking and right close to the river for fishing or just enjoying the view. Has free dump station for campers but no sewer hook ups. The kids playground area nearby is amazing and our kids favorite. There are recreation trails right on site that have a very clear path through the woods for about 1.4 miles. - jek4christ
Aug 2018 - $14.00
A city owned park in the middle of town. The park has a lake, swimming area, playground, shelter house and very spacious sites. - boomerlee
Jun 2018 - $17.00
Badger Park is a city park in Peshtigo Wisconsin that has a small mostly wooded campground. Our GPS devices performed admirably and brought us right to the park. The site we ended up is why we have reservations during the summer in this part of the country. Not only do the parks fill up during the weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day but there are a lot of trees so there is a very limited number of satellite friendly sites. Site #1 has a great line of sight but there was an added bonus; the camp host said that since we were on the end that we could drive on the grass and turn the backin site into a pull-thru, what a bonus. Trees on either side and a good line of sight for our satellite dish made this a very good site. ATT cellular was fairly strong but ATT 4g was a little weak and flakey. The hookups were convenient (50amp electrical and water). There was no sewer hookup. The best part of the park though was the rate, accepting Passport America for Sunday-Thursday, making our weeks stay $121.50. We didn't know that we would have a water view from our back window. Also from our back window during the summer every Wednesday night there is a program called 'Bands at Badger' and this week was a 70s cover band. We heard some Lynyrd Skynyrd, Heart, Cindy Lauper, etc. With the Passport America rate, great weather, sightseeing and food, we would stay here again if in the area. - Bob & Jo
Jul 2017 - $25.00
We camped here with 2 other couples, we each had our own campsite. The sites were wonderful, grassy and large. It is on Green Bay, there is a boat landing, but no beach. There are only 34 sites and it is quiet most of the time. No one came to check us in, we just pulled in our site and saw that there was a paper on the pole. Restrooms looked ok, showers were pay; $.25. There was a dump station but no connection for black water flushing. Some bugs, especially in the evening. Fire pits and picnic tables provided, some better shape than others. We had electric and water hookups but the water had an awful sulfur (rotten egg) smell. Apparently they have drilled a new well and are working on a fix. - dalebonnie
Jun 2017 - $25.00
Stayed at the campground for 4 days. we had rain which was no big deal, however, fire pit flooded to the top with water and I had to bail it out as it would not drain. Simple pit toilets, very nice campground. However, they drilled a new well for the water and it REALLY stinks because of the sulfur in the water. It was strong enough to make it impossible to drink. But we used it for washing, etc. Note, not all sites have water. - creinemann
Jun 2014 - $25.00
We stopped over night at this campground. The park is well cared for and has excellent access to Lake Michigan as well as a boat launch area that is part of the park. I'm not sure how it would be camping for any length of time as there seemed to be a lot of ants all over the place which I have been told is common in these sandy areas. The sites are spread out so there is a lot of room. We had plenty of room to back in our van & dolly then back the coach in and connect the dolly on the site. There is a nice playground for kids. We camped here on site #1. We would camp here again. - Stugpanzer
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This is a park that has mostly seasonal campers. There is no water at the site and they had a very long garden hose (not white rv hose) at the back of the admin building to fill your tank. I was quite firmly told not to run my air conditioner if I was not in my camper. The site I was given was quite small and the picnic table had moss growing all over it. The oak trees bombarded me with falling acorns the entire stay. I would not go back here again. - pparker
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This is one of our favorite parks. We stay here when visiting friends in Sturgeon Bay. Located in the deep woods in a nice quiet location. Mostly seasonal but we have never seen the park crowded.
The only downside is electric hookups only. Large, spotlessly clean rest rooms and showers. The whole park is clean and well maintained. Mostly back-in spaces but they have pull-throughs and we have never had trouble getting one.
Note that management prefers minimum two night stay, although the most recent time we stayed there we only stayed one night. - John45
Sep 2015 - $38.00
Stayed over Labor day weekend. Went in July to look at sites and picked one close to family. Got a call a couple weeks later stating they booked another family on our site and could we move. Told them no. While there, we were told we had to have fires out and in our campers by 12 am. They actually stopped @ our campsite & told us we had to put out our fire and go inside. Will NEVER camp here again! sites were small, speed limit 5 MPH, not enforced, and employees went zipping around much faster that. - Aft
Jul 2011 - $35.00
I believe our site number was 222. Most of the sites were very nice, but a bit small. There were some longer sites and wider sites in other areas for motorhomes and 5th wheels from what I saw when walking through the grounds. We did not use the pool but it looked fine but it is an indoor pool and when we were there it was very humid inside. The bathroom setup was a bit strange as they had Men's and Women's toilets in the front area and around the back was the showers which was a co-ed area. The strange part was they had 7 changing rooms along one wall and then back further in the building 7 or 8 showers. I didn't understand why they separated the changing area from the showers, kind of awkward in my opinion. Other than that a good place to go and it was quiet but we did stay during the week. I would probably go again if I am ever up in that area again. - kjcamper
Jul 2007 - $35.00
These people like to nickel and dime you to death, extra for electricity, extra to run and A/C, extra to use the pool and extra to use the shower, but you can't control the water temperature. Some sites don't even have 30 amp hookup. Plus if you're towing a boat most sites off of the main drag do not have enough room to store your boat on site, that is if you can back it in. Bottom line, these people only care about green ($). Go to Tranquil Timbers in Sturgeon Bay. - Bellbuoy
Sep 2018 - $64.00
We camped in the new executive section. All sites and patios were concrete. Good Wi-fi access. Sites were reasonably spacious. Staff were professional and friendly. Campground is in a rural setting but very close to all the amenities provided by Door County. The rate was a bit pricey but the management went to great care to develop the new sites for big rigs...and it was full. The older portion of the Park was heavily wooded and close quarters. The only negative, as reported previously, was that the streets were gravel causing dusty conditions. Nonetheless, we will return and have reservations for a longer stay next year. - kurtk
Sep 2018 - $64.00
We stayed in the Executive area which is the area with concrete pads and cleared trees for larger rigs. The spaces are wide and long with lovely bushes between the sites. The rest of the campground is lovely too, though more wooded and rustic The staff is friendly and the weekend that we were here they had a fundraiser with music, food and a silent auction for the Volunteer Fire Department. We would definitely stay here again. - Melissa Koppenhaver
Sep 2018 - $64.00
Executive sites new, bare, between sites with NO privacy. We heard our neighbors door when they went in and every outside conversation. LOTS of dogs per site & tied outside more audible w/ lack of mature landscaping. Fences w/ the dogs, too. Many campfires with lots of smoke in a very small space. Weather was nice, but did not dare open windows or leave the door open. The premier loop looked better for privacy. No cable or TV reception. Ridiculous at this price. - Gypsy Duo
Sites: 240 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 22 Reviews
Oct 2018 - $7.00
Stay there a week. It’s a beautiful campground to stay at. The sites are very spacious and the roads are wide enough to drive through The only downside with that park is the Wi-Fi. You can get the Wi-Fi by the office it’s on 24 hours a day And a nice picnic tables to sit down We backed up to the trees and the colors were beautiful. Our site was well wooded. The park is a little pricey but he would stay there again The sites are gravel and level and had good power - Joenorton1
Oct 2017 - $55.00
I spent three days at Rustic Timbers. The campground was lovely, especially with the lush fall colors. The lanes were wide enough to navigate my rig easily, and the site itself was reasonably sized. It was a little pricy, but otherwise the only negative aspect was the near absence of celluar service, and thus of internet, given my reliance on a cellular hotspot. For me, that's a deal-breaker. I won't go back to Door County at all. You might have quite different priorities. - Jim Fulton
Aug 2017 - $45.00
We had a pull thru full hook-up site with 50 AMPS. The site was wide, level and long enough for our needs. This campground was purchased by new owners since we where there last and a lot of improvements have been made to the campground. - Jim W1
Sep 2017 - $10.00
This is a huge park, and has so much to do. Mini golf, water park, nice camp store with supplies and groceries. Very convenient for touring Door County, but you may not want to leave! Only drawback is no sewer, but it's nice to let someone else do it for a change. And your tanks are much cleaner after a pump out. Adult staff friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi only at office. - fulltimerjan
Jul 2016 - $51.00
We stayed here during the week and it was fairly quiet. The check-in process was extremely slow. The young kids at check-in could have been more knowledgeable about things at the park and in the area. They did offer a waterpark and a man made pond for swimming. The did have alot of things at the park to do. Soccer, basketball, jumpy pillow, bike and skateboard area. The kids had a great time. We stayed at a wooded site just behind the office, it was fairly private quiet and not far from the bathhouse. They have many seasonal and you could not see or hear them from the area we were at. You would not know this park was near as big as it was without going and walking around. We will most likely be back. The kids enjoyed playing BINGO. - PackerFanRick
Jun 2016 - $23.00
The park is a full service park with one exception, no sewer at site. Two dump sites located in park and a pump service will come to your site for $22 per dump.
The sites are both pull thru and back in with water and 30/50A, packed earth, level (for the most part), tree-lined and spacious between sites with picnic table and fire ring. I was able to park my 40' Class A towing an 18' trailer connected with additional room front and rear. The roadways within the park are a mixture of packed earth, gravel and pavement.
Office staff is very friendly. Consisted mostly of teenagers working a summer job. I suspect this because the park has a large water slide pool with a shallow kiddie pool, a separate adult pool located by the office, a small pond/beach that you can swim in, a separate little pond for catch and release fishing, outdoor playground with climbing apparatus, miniature golf, an enclosed basketball netted area, a large air bag that is used like a large trampoline and a hiking trail.
When a guest checks in, 5 park bands are provided to identify registered guests. Additional bands can be purchased. The office is also the store which appears stocked with incidental items for camping and for your camper. Cold non-alcoholic beverages and snacks sold also.
The park is quiet. With all of the kid-related amenities, it was quiet. Laundry and bath house was a quick walk from my site at site 59. I was parked as though I was deep in the forest preventing me from extending my awning, but the area for picnicing and fire ring was open and clear of trees and other landscaping. The trees buffer your camp site from your neighbors. - kihei7