3 Parks near Paradise, Michigan
Aug 2016 - $23.00
Very nice state park. We stayed at the Hemlock campground. Short hike to the lower falls. Kids had fun playing in the river at the falls. Beautiful area. We camped in a motorhome. - Jtroop
Jul 2016 - $23.00
We were looking for a campground that would allow us easy access to hiking trails around the Tahquamenon Falls area. We're self-contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We camped here on weekdays in July.
There are 2 campgrounds at the lower falls - Hemlock and Portage. Both are convenient to the falls and hiking. We stayed at Hemlock. This is a nice campground. The staff was friendly and helpful. There was a variety of sites - sun, shade, short and wide, long and narrow, level and not. Sites are electric only and there's a convenient dump and water station. There's no WiFi. There's no AT&T coverage. There was a usable Verizon signal. - dsvt
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This park has more than one campground and the reviews should be separated. This review is for the Rivermouth Campground.
You are required to buy a membership in the state park system for each vehicle. We got the annual membership at $31. We have a tow vehicle so that was $62.
There are only two sites at Rivermouth for big rigs. These sites are asphalt, pretty large, no water no sewer no satellite lock no OTA no wifi, but did have good 50amp.
Nice site with lots of trees and good fishing. - pcmike
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This is a very nice park deep in the woods of Upper Peninsula Michigan. Town is close by, offering everything you need, and Tahquamenon Falls State park is close as well. There are hiking trails within the campground. It is a family friendly park with a nice playground and dog area. Grounds are groomed nicely with lots of mature trees for good shade, but satellite users seemed able to receive signals. Cable is free. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We couldn't get our cable to work on set up and they came right over and helped us. All services worked well. Park is very clean. Sites are grass and mostly level. We would stay here again. - oosuzieqr
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Clean, quiet park. Nice, level pull through sites. Grassy. They ask that you don't use a large mat so the grass doesn't get killed. It was a reasonable request to us. Owners live on site. Helpful, friendly people. They have laundrymat onsite, but not much of a camp store. They have firewood, but I am not sure about even ice. Really enjoyed staying here. - Greaseman93
Jun 2016 - $28.00
Wonderful surprise in UP! Very clean and neat with knowledgeable and helpful owners. Beautiful layout with nice trees and setting. Internet weak and newly installed cable TV had much static on some key channels. We stayed in a 30 amp with cable - no sewer or water. We stayed in a class B 23 ft with no slides or toad. Lots to do and see in nearby area! Bear "farm" nearby is a bonus. We would stay here again! - KAZIMIRA
Jun 2016 - $28.00
Nice, spacious and clean campground. Beach on the campground is great. - 2016_camper
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Clean but only partly open. Upgrades were being made to about half the park. No water or sewer at the site. Park staff were very friendly and helpful. They allowed me to go the wrong way on a one way to be able to park and to depart the camp site. Some turns were too tight for easy travel. We loved the area. - Donulus
Apr 2015 - $21.00
Good park. Would stay there many nights. A little windy at times where you can't have the awning out or camp fire but we loved it. The roads are paved but the pavement is gone in some places. The road to the park is very good, but lots of curves and hills to get there but not bad. The dump and fill station are very easy to access, the boat ramp is good up to a 21' boat, andthe fishing is great. The playground and beach are clean and well maintained. The only things I can find with this park that some people might not like is a its little remote and cell phone coverage is weak. but if you want modern amenities with a park that gets you away from it all then this is the park for you. - Detroit Redwings