3 Parks near Munising, Michigan
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
New waterfront sites, 88 thru 100, all back-in with 30/50 amp service, sewer, and water, gravel, new grass planted, new trees. Showers and restrooms are sparkling clean (new). Dump station appears new. The new sites are mere steps from the beach and the 50 degree water of Lake Superior. Grand Island across the strait. No cable and HDTV is bare-bones, 4 channels with one network station. Easy access to and from the campground, and the host was friendly and helpful. This wasn't a good time of the year for mosquitoes and midges, in swarms, everywhere. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and would definitely return when in the area. - SilverBear
Sep 2014 - $32.00
This is a fairly rustic campground. The staff were friendly and helpful at check-in. Some of the roads are paved, but after a rain storm there was some standing water. Our site was grass and fairly level, we had a sewer hook up, but not all sites do. Utilities are side by side, so make sure you bring enough to reach. Big rig access was fair. Fairly quiet, but there was some road noise, plenty of space for our towed, lots of grass, fire ring and picnic table. The bathrooms were clean, but old. There was no laundry. Pet friendly and a wonderful beach to walk your pets on. Wi-Fi and cell were good. There are food stores and some local restaurants in Munising, and lots of sightseeing close by. This is just a plain and simple City Park, it's very popular and the water view sites get booked up very quickly, so plan ahead, it's well worth it! This place is all about the view, we were steps from Lake Superior and a beach. Wonderful views during the day and lovely sunsets at night. We would stay here again. - tobyjug
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
Aug 2012 - $28.00
Our first trip in our RV. Beautiful location and close to town. We did not travel with children but playground needs updating. Bathrooms clean. Shower water pressure was good but not much ventilation. Needed a longer hose for water so office gave us one to use during our stay. Large sites with plenty of shade. - pkd31780
Aug 2014 - $46.00
We had a full hookup, which was level with lots of shade. The sites are dirt, which get very muddy in the rain. - har-fl
Aug 2014 - $46.00
We were parked on the "lawn" out front of the campground, which did have electric, water, and sewer available. Cable, while advertised, had been cut off by the cable company without notice (which apparently has happened to other UP campgrounds). The biggest drawback we had was the incredible smoke from many campfires, making it impossible to sit outside during the evening. - dandd
Aug 2014 - $42.00
Spacious dirt sites with lots of mature trees enclosing them. No cable TV while we were there. One country radio station. Close to Munising and Pictured Rocks. Plenty things to do in the area. Pricey at $46 for full hookups. Wi-Fi is weak and unstable in back sites. Road is narrow and winding getting to sites but had no problem with my 37' rig. - Filster