3 Parks near Munising, Michigan
Oct 2015 - $39.00
We had a satellite friendly, Lake Superior front spot. This place is gorgeous. Not too windy, since it is on a little bay. The road are a little rutted, but fine as long as you drive slow. Staff was pretty non existent, since we were here off season. We made friends with a couple of the local ducks, that came every day looking for munchies.
Verizon mifi, Vz and AT&T cell phones worked fine. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets from our site.
Easy maneuvering our 35' fifth wheel and long bed dually. We will definitely return. - Mr&MrsFulltimers
Oct 2015 - $34.00
The primary attraction here is camping right on Lake Superior. This self-serve park is pretty basic, some sites with trees on either end of the park and open sites in the center. Dirt roads in the park have a few ruts. They have added a new shower house on the west end of the park that looks quite nice. On a busy road a couple of miles from town so biking not an option. - Nautical Wheelers
Sep 2015 - $40.00
This park in on the shoreline of Lake Superior with a cool lake breeze most of the time especially in Sept when we visited. The park is clean but only offers limited RV supplies in the office. Dumpsters are available. Lots of grass and some trees. DISH sat set up worked our site. Munising is a small town that is great for visiting Pictured Rocks Nat. Lakeshore. We would return. - Tim and Susan
Aug 2015 - $25.00
We're traveling for three months and seeing a wide variety of RV parks. This is the absolute worst we have ever seen. Park is far from town, other parks in the area are much closer. Park is a dustbowl. Dry dirt covers the entire park. Electric only sites. Water and sewer dump are 10-15 feet apart, and only one of each in entire park. Also observed other campers washing feet from fresh water fill hose. This is a serious health hazard. WiFi only works if you stand directly under the antenna at the bathhouse. Only two showers for men and two for women in the park and they were dirty most of the time. When WiFi issue was addressed with manager/owner, his attitude was "Well mine works here at the office". A promised follow-up never happened. If you're going to a primative, desolate, isolated park just to get away this place will work. If you're planning to see nearby sites and want a reasonably comfortable, clean park with some amenities, keep driving. As a retired fire chief, I'm also disappointed that the owner/manager would deceive the public with such filthy offerings. - Scenic Cruiser
Aug 2015 - $25.00
This is the kind of place in the woods you want to bring your kids or grandkids for a week. It has the feeling of a campground from 50 years ago. Pretty little fishing and small-boat lake with "just okay" sandy beach. Rent paddleboats, canoes or kayaks. Playground with tetherball and a big sand volleyball court. The sites are a mixed bag, some tight, some spacious, some level, some not. My site only had 20 amp, so be sure to ask before arrival if you need 30. The WiFi only works right at the office, and Verizon cell and data service works on and off (mostly off) - one bar at best. AT&T data is "no service." Long trail through the woods to walk your dog. The park is about a 15 minute drive into Munising. This is a good place to relax in a setting pretty as a postcard. - Charles3
Jul 2015 - $25.00
Great campground. Very friendly staff. Had a wonderful stay despite the UP mosquitoes! The road in was gravel and had a few potholes requiring you to drive pretty slow. If it hasn't rained, it is a bit dusty with the cars coming and going. The sites are generally pretty big with a lot of trees. Most of the campground is 20 amp with a few 30 amp. No water or sewer hookups, but the dump station and water source was easily accessible. Nice lake with kayaks and boats to rent. Play area for kids and a nice volley ball pit and net. The staff will deliver firewood to your site when you buy it. - Spizzer
Sep 2015 - $35.00
All I can say about this park is it is adequate. We were put in an open field facing the office. At our first site we could not get satellite because of a tree, but office was accommodating and let us move next door and it was fine. Cable was good. We were told upon arrival there was no Wi-Fi, but we have a hotspot, so it was not a big deal. Camp was very empty, I'm sure due to the time of year. The sites were pretty level, gravel and grass. Sewer hookup was fine. We took a walk through the park; sites in the woods looked nice and level, fairly good size, very woodsy. Check-in office was adequate. Limited items for sale, staff friendly. Laundry room was in back of office in the basement. Tidy, but very musty smell. The outside of the building could use a good cleaning and sprucing up, as it is, to us, a statement about the rest of the park. If you go out at night, be aware of the park's location-there is no light at the sign or the end of the driveway. This park met our needs for 3 nights , but I wouldn't want to vacation here. Pool was closed, but again, time of year. - ken and Mary spaeth
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Called month in advance and booked 50 amp/sewer site. Called a week prior to reconfirm. Arrived and was told there were no 50 amp/sewer sites available. Only thing available was 50 amp and water. Took site after male desk manager rudely stated he would not rework his site list. Assigned site had faulty 50 amp wiring that was tripping the transfer switch. Only 30 amp worked. Stayed for 2 weeks and no one would make site change for me. Their customer service was very poor.
Looked into changing parks but availability during summer months at other parks is slim.
Because of the male manager's attitude and responses to me I will find another park next time. - Snowbird50
Aug 2015 - $47.00
Our full hookup 50 amp electric spot was a stretch of dirt with a close up view through our windshield of the garbage dumpster and a sewer line that didn't drain (electric and water were fine and cable TV was adequate). We notified the office as soon as we hooked up about the sewer, but 6 days later nothing had been done. All of this glory for $47 per night! We were in front of the office with no tree issues, so our satellite dish worked great. They have what used to be a swimming pool, but last winter it cracked and drained. They have let it go all spring and summer without getting it fixed. They advertise a mini golf course, but it has been removed. Unlike others, our WiFi worked great, but we have a signal amplifier, so maybe that is the difference. In the unlikely event that we were to revisit this area, we would stay elsewhere. - ramblin' vagabonds