3 Parks near Munising, Michigan
Jul 2015 - $34.00
We were here the week after the 4th. Nice campground on Munising Bay (Lake Superior). We had a lakefront site that was all sand! I would've preferred grass, but it was OK. We were here after a heavy rain. Lots of standing water on the roads and on some sites. Some time spent with a grader and some gravel would do wonders! Water and electric hookups were in good shape. Brand new shower house and dump station this year! Perfect campground for seeing the area. - dodge guy
Jun 2015 - $39.00
View of Lake Superior and sunsets were fabulous. Very accessible to boat tours and National Park visitors Center. Site under trees, so could not use satellite. Great wi-fi. Limited 50 amp sites. Level, pull thru site. Lake side sites were adequate, not spacious. Tent sites long way from shower building. Very popular, so need reservations in advance. - poseyjm
Jun 2015 - $39.00
Great family campground right on Lake Superior. You need to make reservations well in advance, particularly if you want a lakefront site. Apparently full hookup sites 88 - 100 were added a couple of years ago and they are much narrower than the older lake front sites. While not obvious on the on-line park map they are all different sizes - some very narrow. Our site 95 was narrow but had a bush on the patio side that helped with privacy. Site 96 was even narrower - at one point during our 6 day stay a trailer in that site extended their awning & it was about 12 inches from the side of our motor home. However, the lakefront sites are well worth it - the views are incredible. Our fire ring was full of old ashes, apparently the park staff, unlike other parks we have been to, doesn't clean out the fire ring so we had to fill 2 trash bags with ashes before we could use the fire ring. The park offers "free Wi-Fi" - maybe we were too far away from the source but we could never stay connected to their Wi-Fi for any length of time. Our Verizon MiFi worked fine. Our DirecTV dish worked after moving further back in our site. We would return if ever in the area again. - DKL1219
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
May 2015 - $25.00
I'm not sure why one camper said the spaces were too small. Perhaps it was because all of the larger sites were already occupied. Actually we were able to easily park our 33 foot fifth wheel on the site assigned to us.
We arrived on the Saturday of Memorial Day week-end (we did have a reservation). It is definitely a family campground and there were lots of children having lots of fun all the while being well behaved!
The staff was very friendly and helpful. When the owner found out that we were touring lighthouses on the Great Lakes he gave us a very nice scale model lighthouse that he had purchased recently.
Our only complaint was all the sand and bugs but that is simply because of the nature of the area. Otherwise it was great. We would stay here again. It is the epitome of a woodsy, on a lake campground! - Rick & Karen
Jul 2014 - $25.00
We stayed here for a week and loved it! The location is perfect, as it is convenient to the area attractions, such as Sandy Point Beach and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and numerous boat tours. We were never bored for a minute, and neither were our young children. There is a nice beach(not for swimming), cheap boat rentals, fishing, sand volley ball, giant sandbox, basketball, swingset, et cetera. The bathrooms were the nicest/cleanest I've seen at a campground. Hosts were great and very friendly. Wifi was available. This is a remote campground for nature-lovers. We found it truly refreshing. It did seem like a tight squeeze for some of the bigger rv's, and the lodges didn't look too impressive from the outside. - rollinrollinrollin
Jul 2015 - $50.00
We have stayed at Wandering Wheels before but never again.
Our site offered no privacy. We were in a long row of pull through sites, with alternating pull-through direction. This meant that our trailer door opening side faced the door opening side of the neighboring trailer, so we ended up sharing the small picnic table / fire pit space.
The pool was not open (4th of July week) and by the looks of it had not been open all year.
Wireless service was practically non-existent. You could connect to the service, but it was so slow that it was non-usable. ATT cell service was zero (not the park's fault, but FYI).
The single set of bathrooms was small, dark and dirty.
There was no lighted sign for the park on the highway. I drove past it twice one night, and I knew where it was!
Very low water pressure. I had to unhook from their water system and use water from my tank.
All this for $50 per night. - User3581
Jun 2015 - $33.00
The pool was empty with a hole in the bottom of it. The miniature golf course has been taken out. The laundry was out of order. The Wi-Fi only works in the office. There website still lists all these amenities but they are not available. We stayed there last year and it WAS a nice park. The owners have seemed to given up on it. The mosquitos were also horrible. - No 1 Camper
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Large spacious sites with packed dirt. Beautiful shaded sites. Got a bit muddy when it rained. Nice grassy open spots up front.
Great location for visiting Picture Rocks and Munising.
No cable or WiFi working while we were there. Overall satisfied with the place. - Texas Eagle