3 RV Parks near Paradise, Michigan
Aug 2017 - $23.00
We rolled in late on a Monday evening without reservations. The Ranger told us they only had 1 site left (Handicaped for a <30' trailer. He told us to go look at it and decide if we could make it work for our 32". We looked at the site and found it spacious enough for our trailer. The staff here was great. We were only there one night but did enjoy walking the trails net to the falls. This is a great destination. - N8MD
Jul 2017 - $33.00
Yet another great Michigan State Park. Perfectly situated for hikes to both Lower and Upper Tahquamenon Falls. Our site was not satellite-friendly, and I believe that is the case overall. - CO2RV
Jul 2017 - $23.00
It had rained a lot the week prior so the bugs were BAD. Lots are mostly shady. Site surface was dirt and grass. Had a fire ring and picnic table. - kevin79
Aug 2017 - $27.00
We stayed for an ovenight here. There were several families here and quite a few kids that were well behaved. The sites are very uneven and take some work to get level. Good stop over if visiting the upper peninsula. Even though quite a bit of rain had came down the ground was still firm to drive on. - MINomad
Jul 2017 - $36.00
We stayed here 2 nights passing through. Sites were level on grass. Good 50 amp power. Since it was last minute, we did not get a full hookup site. Clean bathrooms & showers. Ice & firewood available. Beach volleyball & horseshoes. Campers park in opposite directions which maximizes space. - June & Joe
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Quite, spacious, shaded and level pull though with water and 50 amp power. We had excellent satellite reception at our site. The dump station was convenient and easy in/out layout. We would return in future travels.
What make this campground outstanding, the addition of "Full hookup" feature with a sewer connection at each large site, gravel or paved surface for RV's. Other wise, the owners have dine a fine job of making improvements! - Pete Stojanovich
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Great campground but the geese were bad. I had to rake campsite before I could use it. They even poop on the picnic table. - Truckwheel
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Good showers, very quiet at night, some sites have nice lake views. Very crowded even during the week, difficult to level rig, no camp store but there is a general store not too far away. Very remote. No cell service (Verizon). Electric box on opposite side of rig hookup, glad we carry an extension for our 30 amp. - nlee04
Aug 2017 - $20.00
When planning our trip to the Upper Peninsula, I pictured a quiet campground in the middle of nowhere. We gravitate toward state parks for this reason: scenery over amenities. However, upon arrival, we found it was quite busy. It was out in the middle of nowhere, as we wanted, but it was completely full. A full campground is just fine, but the way this park is designed (or lack of it), made it a parking free-for-all.
Sites hold multiple tents, vehicles, ATVs, motor bikes, boats, toy trailers, etc. Vehicles and toys are parked haphazardly along the road. We have a 42' fifth wheel, and the way people were lining the narrow road made it difficult to navigate. Trailers were parked horizontal, vertical, or diagonal. Each site had a post by the road to designate the site number. Coupled with the trees, and the parking mayhem, it made getting into and out of our site difficult. We asked two neighbors if they would move their vehicles so we could pull out of our site, which they kindly did. There are trees near the road, and one particular tree right on the hairpin curve of the road. Apparently the day before we arrived, a trailer hit the tree, as well as another trailer, while trying to maneuver around the turn. I don't mind flexibility in parking, but this was a bit crazy. Four sites share a power pole, so bring a long cord.
The park itself was beautiful: right on Lake Superior and Muskallonge Lake. The park host (excellent hostess!!) told my husband that recently, the campground opened up to ATVs/ORVs (versus previously they had to park outside the campground). This beefed up business, which was the goal, but all in all, I would skip this park next time. $20/night for 30 amp, plus an $8 reservation fee. - RVerFamily