17 Parks near Milford, Michigan
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Sites are plenty wide but not very level. Hard to get our 39' motorhome level enough to put out slides. Finally wound up with front wheels off ground. - Full time RVers
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
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Do yourself a favor and stay somewhere else. Unless you prefer the sounds of babies crying, dogs barking, and car horns all day and night as well as the feeling of being squished in like sardines and a vaguely uneasiness that your car will be broken into while you sleep. This place is HUGE and has dozens of permanent residents, many of whom live in tents or the weird tarp buildings that the camp has built over by the lake. In addition to these sad tent cities, there is also a huge trailer park in the back full of falling down trailers. Also the water was visibly reddish and rusty and smelled and tasted bad. The worst part was that we picked this place because it had a pool and we promised our kids a pool at the next stop in our journey to the east coast, except that when we got there we were turned around and told "No floaties in the pool." Okay, fine I thought, as we were carrying pool noodles and a blow up animal ring, I could understand not allowing those. However, we were rudely told by the young staffer that this rule ALSO included the "floaties" they were wearing. What they were wearing were those foam, clip-on flotation armies that also go across the front of the body called "Puddle Jumpers." They would sink without them! These are neither "floaties" nor are they toys of any sort. They should be considered part of their swimming attire and are in NO way bothering the pool or any other swimmers. This rule is ridiculous and designed ONLY to sneakily keep kids out of the pool. I am appalled and really mad. - Zoey Katz
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Little difficult to get to off the interstate due to all the construction on the interstates around Detriot this year. IF you are looking for a quiet stay for a week this is it. Nice sites, lake, and a 27 hole championship course for $25/cart for seniors. Little driving for the sites but you are in a really nice community and very clean Not far off the interstate if heading up north. - Barber1998
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Very nice park owned by the City of Dearborn, which is 35 miles away. Very clean, paved sites, not too close together. Friendly staff. Milford is a really neat village with lots of shopping nearby. - air28
Jun 2012 - $1.00
Great park! We did the membership tour and our camping was free for three nights. Lots of activities for the family. This is a large park and security seemed pretty good. Very friendly and helpful staff. Sites were large and shady. Using sewer cost extra and though Wi-Fi has a strong signal through out the park, you have to pay extra to use it. We stayed here 3 nights. - TheMartins
Feb 2012 - $36.00
The sites aren't level, soft (bring some wood)and flood in the rain. Lots of little pine trees, SAP! Had to patch my roof after catching tree branches. The lake is down. Hard to launch my boat. Lots of weeds. The buildings are old. Extra charges for kids activities, waterpark, Wi-Fi and there is a minimum charge on credit cards so bring cash. After a disappointing experience at the Bellringer I just eat in town. Walmart and other stores in town. - travelnman
Aug 2010 - $13.00
Nice Park, well laid out and very well managed. Restrooms and showers were clean. A lot of things for us and the kids to do. We will definitely return. - Nipit
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Stayed for three weeks in premium pull-in site to lake. Gravel roads with big potholes and very dusty. From site to paved road over two miles. If roads were fixed this would be lovely. - Buspuppies
Aug 2015 - $28.00
This park is HUGE....almost 500 sites! Each area has it's own swimming lake with a small beach for each. The manager put us in Z1.....what a great pull-through spot! No one on our right, in front of us and lots of room to our left. It's like we were there all alone. Very accommodating staff. Close to WalMart and Lowes. We'd stay here again. - Lastrick
Aug 2015 - $42.00
Haas Lake is a very big CG with lots of permanent campers of all descriptions, most were well maintained. As mentioned in previous reviews the dirt road about 1/3 of a mile leading into the CG was not a good deal, we experienced a dusty, wash board drive into the CG. Multiple bathrooms are centrally located with laundry, however the big size of the CG, compared to the number of bathroom facilities can be a fair distance from your camp site. The bathroom and shower facilities were very well thought out as to functionality, water pressure, water temp, good lighting and general very good shower stalls, sinks and toilet facilities. Maybe the best we've experienced in our RV travels as to cleanliness and functionality. Golf carts seem to be the norm for both owners, staff and residents, lots of golf cart traffic and lots of dust. This is a destination CG, short term campers seemed to be moved to a remote location in the CG. The CG has a check in time of 4 PM. We arrived about 12:30 on a Sunday with a paid in advance reservation and were advised of the 4 PM check in and asked to return at 4 PM. The CG is a gated park so we parked just outside the gate watching several RV depart for 3+ hours while waiting for the 4 PM check-in. We travel a lot and this was our 1st experience arriving at a CG when the check in time was so late in the day and refusal to park. From our view the CG had spaces, but can only draw attention to travelers the late in the day check in policy that could be an inconvenience when traveling. I would stay again, however I would avoid the CG primarily due to the dirt road and the late check in without any tolerance should a campsite be available. - Travel Talk
Aug 2015 - $36.00
Primarily a mobile home park. Fairly level, a little tight backing in. Wonderful bath house. Huge video and book libraries, as well as an indoor pool, beach, mini golf, tennis, etc. Very quiet. Nice, helpful staff. Gated and guarded. The only reason I didn't rate it a 10 was because wifi was only available at the lodge, but AT&T and Verizon signals were strong. - Keeping up with the Joneses
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Lots of snow birds here with park models. Rental spots are scattered among park models. Roads are paved and sites are concrete with grass. Lots of amenities to include indoor pool, miniature golf and because of snow birds they have lots of nightly events. Thought price was a little high but we had no discounts and stayed only two nights so did not make use of weekly or monthly rates. We would stay here again. Bathrooms were fully tiled and easy to get to. - Mark from Missouri
Jul 2009 - $38.00
Was a nice park. Pool was warm and refreshing. Site was nice sized (the one we had was). Wash rooms were very clean. Free Putt Putt was a plus. Down falls were, Sea Weed by raft in water (son was afraid to go out to it), tons a golf carts and lot of bugs. Trees behind our site had berries on them, and now our camper is covered in berry juice. Other then that it is a nice park, not a campground. No a camping feel at all. - Lringe
Jul 2016 - $21.00
We were looking for a campground that would be convenient to visit friends in Ann Arbor. We're self contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We stayed on a weeknight in July.
This campground was an easy half hour drive from Ann Arbor. It was clean and well maintained and the staff was friendly and helpful. There was a nice selection of campsites - shady, sunny, lake view, grassy, dirt. The sites were relatively large, spread across an open area interspersed with large trees for shade. There's no wifi. There was acceptable cell service for Verizon and ATT. The shower was quite nice and clean. There was a beach which we did not use. - dsvt
Jan 2016 - $21.00
We were in the area for the balloon festival in nearby Howell which turned into a non event due to weather. Nice enough CG. We were in the upper loop where sites are not really defined. No trees or vegetation separating them. Started as a full weekend but weather chased the softies home. Did not feel too very boxed in when it was full. - Veebyes
Jul 2015 - $21.00
Nice view of the pond from our site. Birdwatchers will love this one. This camp has a country feel with sunny spots, mature trees, good amenities. Good pull-through site. Canadian geese like the pond and the grass. Cranes graced us on the second morning. - Dick and Linda
Jul 2016 - $19.00
We were looking for a campground near DTE Energy Music Theatre. We planned to attend a concert and wanted a short drive back to a campground. We are self-contained and don't use the facilities, except for an occasional shower. We stayed during the week.
This campground is quite nice and an easy 10 mile drive to/from DTE Theatre. The campground staff was friendly and helpful and the park was clean and well maintained. There is a variety of campsites - larger, small, combined, shaded, partial shade, full sun, private, open. There is no WiFi. Cell coverage for AT&T and Verizon is adequate. The showers were good. - dsvt
Jul 2015 - $19.00
Sites are $19 per day plus $48 in fees for out of state residents. We had to pay $31 for an annual pass for our toad (or $9 per day). Then another $9 to get our motorhome in and a $8 reservation fee. No fee for same day reservations at the CG. So most of the local folks just drive up for a site. This gives the park somewhat of a first come, first served for site selection. In our 12 day stay, the CG never filled. The only threaded water connections are at the dump station. The water inside the campground loops are not threaded. We had no problems U-turning back into the dump station upon arrival to fill our tank. People working here are very good, we were able to extend our stay and were allowed in and out to fill our propane tank. TV via batwing was mostly good, Verizon cell and broadband were the same. Overall a nice stay in a good area about an hour from downtown Detroit and The Henry Ford attractions. - Bob and Inga
Jul 2015 - $19.00
We always stay here when visiting Detroit as it is the closest park. There are no private parks in the area. The State of Michigan reservation site is very user friendly and includes a photo of each site. Many of the sites are quite unlevel but all are paved. 30 amp electric is not reliable and be sure to bring an extension cord as it is a long way to the electrical box. Sites are large and the only time it is busy is on the weekends. No water or sewer but dump station is clean & easily accessible. We are a 45 ft motorhome and had no problem maneuvering the campground. Please note that it is not located on Gale Rd as indicated. The campground is located off Teggerdine Rd in White Lake (not Waterford). The beach is located on Gale Rd and is a mile walk from the campground. A State of Michigan Park sticker is required. It is the best place to stay when visiting the area. - Freedom Bus
Jul 2008 - $19.00
We loved this campground. It's small and cozy, but the sites are large. Our site #21 was perfect. Located right on the beach (close enough to have great access, yet far enough not to be annoyed by the activity) it was perfect for a family. The restrooms were not very clean and the showers could use a little more upkeep, but other than that we have found another one of our favorite campgrounds here! - drmcleod
Jun 2007 - $22.00
This State Park is awesome. The campground needs some maturing, but the trails are great as is the fishing and swimming. But please be aware that although the lake at the campground is still okay, Big Seven Lake had it's dam break and is partly drained. This was the best lake for swimming although it is quite a hike from the campground. Hopefully they will get funding from the state to repair this situation. - lowell151
Jun 2004 - $15.00
This is a nice campground. If they get their act together the registration would be much better. No one at the gate, no one at the campground,no instructions so we called the 800# and they told us just to take one of the empty spots and someone would be there soon. - Donna P
Aug 2016 - $60.00
We have been to this park three times in as many years. This year, it is under new management, but other than the sign stating "New Management", it doesn't appear as if anything has changed really. The park has a ton of potential. They have a lot of kids activities, some included with your stay, some not. When we tried to upgrade the activities package for our kids, we couldn't get two employees to give us the same price. We were told $10 per kid when we checked in (we were tired from traveling and just wanted to get camp ready), then it became $20 per kid the next morning when we went up there to purchase it. We ended up not upgrading. The pool was closed the first day, but the employees ran a squirt gun wagon ride anytime a kid asked for it, so that was nice. Firewood was dry and delivered to your site. Sites were very unlevel, even for a premium site. Some sites were oddly placed, trees, fire pits, etc. Manager drove around continuously checking in and waving. A lot of young people in the office, never saw anyone over 25 that was a worker. This park needs some TLC and I think if the new management puts the work and money in, it could be a really nice park. We would return here, but it isn't a destination campground. Don't have high expectations of a KOA park, it is a campground that is dated and needs work. - bloomis
Apr 2016 - $41.00
Looks like this park is under new management. The wifi and cable TV were not very good. It appears that there a few full time residents in the park. There was a bit of noise from the Interstate but we've heard much worse. There's a gas station across the highway from the park with a well equipped store. - 69636
Jul 2015 - $42.00
This campground nowhere fits what I would deem to meet the criteria worthy of being called a KOA affiliate.
When I checked in I was not informed that the water for the bathhouses and laundry were not available due to the Dept of Health shutting them down. I did some research on reviews and found that the water had been shut off due to E Coli a month prior. Had this been disclosed, we would have gone somewhere else. I only discovered this when I went to do laundry. We were extremely nervous to drink the water or use the pool as a result. The main reason we chose KOA as we travel full time in the summer is to use laundry and bathhouse facilities.
The WiFi was not working at all- Not spotty, non-existent.
The sites were not only "un-level", they had HILLS in the center of the pull through which made it impossible to level. (Due to the water issue, many of the sites were not available).
The grass was covered in ragweed and there were piles of garbage in the vacant fire rings. The picnic table was falling apart.
I have never felt the need to research a KOA prior to stay, because they have consistently been acceptable. Some better than others, but certainly not a Dump like this place. I know better now to do some homework on all campgrounds now. Oddly, I did not get an email to review this campground like I have for others. This was the worst of any campground I've ever been to. - OurRVLife