3 Parks near Monroe, Michigan
Nov 2013 - $30.00
Spent a month and 3 weeks in pull threw site that the back side had a pile of leaves and junk so it was unusable. Restroom individuals and maintenance man both seen cleaning items in the showers and floors dirty. Park was not plowed after snow until late in day and undriveable to get rigs in or out. Only a few sites were even plowed. Monthly sites were charged .14per KWH and heat tape to parks water lines was charged to the sites. Park staff was not well trained. Question about propane bottle exchange when there exchange bottles were over due inspection individual did not know about dates! Wild cats loose in park and individual allowed dogs to run loose. One trailer was in such bad shape the individual had several tarps covering most of trailer and living in it with large pile of unknown items covered with tarp behind trailer. - Hob
Jul 2013 - $31.00
This is a beautiful park in a very nice setting. Sites are well spaced, some with shade. Blazing fast WIFI, about the best we've ever encountered. We would definitely return in the future if we're passing through this area. - Bob & Stephanie
Jun 2013 - $42.00
We were given #6 which was a pull thru in the back. No trees in this area which required A/C all the time despite 65F days. The sun was cooking us inside so we had to put up with the AC noise. The shower accommodations are among the best I've seen; though only 4 (locked door private sink/toilet/shower) available. Across from us are fulltime 'campers' with homey patios, manicured setting, etc-lol!--and we are on a barren gravel drive. Most are 'waterfront' along several ponds encompassing much of the campground which is very nice. - AxSlash
Jul 2015 - $54.00
We stayed in a full hookup pull-through site. Site was spacious and landscaped well. We did not use any of the facilities, but everything was well maintained and very clean. Easy in and out of site as well as in/out of campground. Would stay here again if in the area. - Big450
Jun 2015 - $45.00
We stayed 8 days in a 45' RV. We were told we had a pull-through but they had nothing when we arrived and said they were all booked our entire stay. However we saw several several empty sites.
The staff was not friendly, never said hi or waved. The will NOT accept US mail which is really a pain when you are full time and finally spend several days in one place. They will send the mail back! It rained several days which caused a lake next to our coach and put our BBQ in a foot of water. Terrible mosquitos!
The RV park has amenities but there is nothing to do nearby other than 45 minute drive to the Detroit or Toledo. - Karens BAM
Jun 2015 - $52.00
The resort is well groomed and nicely decorated. Concrete sites with grass for the patio area that had plenty of room. Bath houses we very clean and roomy. It had a well stocked store with RV supplies, food, and clothing. - rskrbina
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This is a great state park but the rate is a bit steep. We had a W/S/E (50 amp) pull-through site that was level and clean. Each site has a table and fire ring. Site was long and adequate room between you and your neighbor. We had decent Verizon 4G service and no problems getting satellite tv as the campground is wide open. Big rig friendly access.
The campground is right on Lake Erie and there is a beach, however, it was closed due to bacteria in the water from heavy rains. There are a lot of things to do in this state park with several lakes, paved hiking, biking trails, and things for the kids. Restrooms were clean. We were there during the mayfly hatch and they covered everything but are just a nuisance. We would stay here again. - Pjoe
Nov 2014 - $35.00
We stay here several times each year. While there is no shade the view of Lake Erie are awesome. It is windy at times and you may have to bring your awing in from time to time. The beach is wonderful, lots of biking/hiking trails. Friendly staff. - Wimsey
Apr 2014 - $24.00
This is a very handy state park just south of Detroit, directly on Lake Erie. In fact, it is about the only campground most of the year anywhere near the city. It is also only about a mile off of I-75 at Exit 15 and so easily accessed and on the way to almost anyplace in Michigan. It is also open about 8 months of the year, which is more than most places are open around here. There is absolutely no shade, but this is a good thing because you have a good view of the lake from all sites. About 2/3 of the sites have water and electric and the other third have full hookups. However, be warned that the water is not turned on when there is a potential for a freeze. I had to fill my tanks near the dump station and am using that water. And, it is also sometimes quite windy, but the view of the lake is fantastic, so well worth it, at least to me. Lots of bike and hiking trails around here. Also a boat ramp and ponds or river areas where you can kayak. One of the trails goes underneath the freeway to a War of 1812 battlefield national monument. Also, there is a day use fee on top of the camping fee. Non-resident annual permit is $31 but good at any Michigan state park. - judy_online