2 Parks near Milford, Michigan
Jul 2015 - $35.00
We are completing a week stay at Camp Dearborn over the 4th of July weekend. I have to say, this is one of the best parks we've stayed. They have a little something for everyone and most every type of camping. The park has several lakes, a beach, pool, playgrounds, tennis courts, Putt Putt, paddle boats, golf course, canteen, hayrides; it just goes on and one. Sites are fairly level and paved depending on the area you choose. We had a FHU site for our 40' MH and we have pets so there is a special area for those with furry family. I said sites are fairly level because some of them would be a challenge to get a 40 footer level. Shorter MHs, 5th wheels, TT and such should not have a problem. There are tree lined streets but plenty of open sky for satellite since there is no cable. No wifi but good Verizon 4G. There are two separate entry gates so security is pretty good. We've also seen several sheriff cars patrolling especially during the holiday weekend. I also want to spend some time at the Henry Ford Museum and the the park has discount tickets available so another perk that makes this a great place to stay in the area.
Consider it a destination or a place to rest for a few days. You will enjoy! - Pjoe
Jul 2014 - $33.00
Interior roads were paved and sites were gravel and fairly level. The full hookups included strong 50-amp power and water. The previous review regarding high iron in the water is definitely valid - our hose had iron deposits all over it after a one-week stay and we did our laundry in town. This campground is one of the most accessible to the Henry Ford complex in the area. Spacing between sites was fairly good, and our site was long enough to accommodate our 40' motorhome and car. We would probably come back here again if in the area. - LowesTravels
Aug 2013 - $40.00
Nice level sites mostly in woods. Sites were too close together in some places. No room for even a picnic table and fire rings were dangerously close to trailers. Many permanent sites along the lake and they were larger sites. They also provided places for groups to camp together. Nice beach, boats to rent, etc. main attraction water slide was closed due to water levels being low when we were there. Had a nice store. We were there mainly to see Henry Ford Museum so we didn't spend a lot of time at the trailer but kids enjoyed the playground and the lake. Only problem is this campground opens it's facilities to the public for day use making the picnic grounds, beach and other facilities very crowded during the day but it is quiet in the evenings. We would go back when school is in session. - Sandy2422
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Proud Lake is a Michigan State Campground. The staff was excellent, helpful and friendly even as we tried out 3 different sites. Sites are on grass and not level. Some are 30 amp and some are 50 amp. No water or sewer on site. Campground has nice bathhouse and the dump station/water fill station, with 3 lanes, was convenient. We enjoyed time spent on the grassy beach area on Proud Lake; kids were swimming in the lake. A private canoe/kayak rental company is on site.
Beware of your directions: the Wixom Road address is the park headquarters about a mile away from the campground on Proud Lake Rec Road. - Nancy J
Jun 2014 - $24.00
It's a pretty park with many mature trees. They are making quite a few updates. The one bath house in the park is new with very nice, private showers - some with toilets. The negatives outweigh the positives though. Many sites are very uneven, and I couldn't get my trailer completely level. Also, there is no playground, although the campground was full of kids. People were literally stumbling down the streets drunk our first night. There were many vault toilets which could be smelled a couple of sites away. Overall, we were not impressed and won't be heading back. - Shrug
May 2014 - $24.00
Great stop for a state park. Only hookup is electrical however, but the showers were great and restrooms clean. - labones