1 Park near New Hudson, Michigan
Apr 2015 - $42.00
This campground was a disappointment for us. It started when we pulled up to the gate and I noticed the sign telling me there was no water available in the park because the lines were being cleaned with chlorine. You would think that something like this would have been mentioned when we made the reservation and paid for a full hookup site. The staff there did have a provision for us to fill our tank with clean, not chlorinated water but we still ran out of water right at the end of our 4-day stay. When we got to the site we were assigned in the mostly empty part (April is very early in the camping season in Michigan) we found a site that was too small for our 31' travel trailer yet there was a much more spacious site right next to it that was far easier to back into. We had them move us to the larger site which they promptly did with no hassles.
There are other issues though. The campground is at the end of a road and it turns to dirt shortly after you turn onto it. Normally, I don't really care about dirt roads but in this case, there is what appears to be a gravel or sand pit. The trucks that travel in and out of this business leave this access road in pretty bad shape so go slow.
The shower (Note that I didn't use the plural form here) that was closest to us was beautiful. Ceramic tile throughout the restrooms showed a wonderful attention to detail. The shower was spacious with a nice bench, plenty of hooks and a seemingly endless supply of hot water. Top notch but still, there is only one! I would imagine when the part is full there is quite the line.
This sites were nice and flat (heck, pretty much all of SE Michigan is flat), the staff was nice and helpful and backing up to the little lake was really nice. - Meyer Camping
Jul 2014 - $45.00
Large campground with wide gravel roads (scraped and watered every day) and large sites. Friendly staff. Would stay here again. - dandd
Jul 2014 - $30.00
We stayed for one month due to family living in the area. If you are visiting the Detroit area, this is one of the few parks within a reasonable distance from various attractions. Haas Lake would get a 10 from us if they took better care of their roads. They are very dusty when it is dry and very muddy when it rains. Other than the road getting to the park and within the park, it is one of the prettiest parks we have stayed at travelling west to east 2000 miles. We were there for one month. There are a lot of seasonal folks at this park and we did not find them particularly friendly. We have stayed at this park several times over the past 10 years, always for a month at a time. - copperhead2