10 Parks near Weidman, Michigan
Jul 2012 - $27.00
Wonderful campground -quiet, secluded, large sites and fabulous bathrooms/showers. My husband commented that in our 2 years of full-timing they were the best showers yet! AT&T cell service - 1 bar, used our Verizon air card for decent connection and Verizon cell service was pretty good. Mostly level spots. Sites included an in-ground fire pit and table. There is a small pond with a circulating waterfall in it that people could swim in with a very small beach. There is a game room with 2 pool tables, only one of which was working, air hockey and some other games. They also have a slightly covered area for groups with picnic tables. The campground host/maintenance guy was great. The office has interesting hours - opening at 10 but they were never in the office when we came by. They are a Good Sam park but when I called to make a reservation I was told they had no discounts and my credit card was charged the full rate. Upon our arrival there was a big Good Sam sign at the front of the park and when I asked for my discount one of the women at the desk told me I could only use that when I purchased my membership, the other woman corrected her and then the first got kind of indignant that I actually wanted that small amount ($2.70) refunded. We stayed an extra night and went in twice to try to pay and request the discount again to be credited but at our check out they had yet to run our credit card for the second night. I hope when they do run it they apply the $5.40 two night discount! We would definitely return. - Bill & Debby's Wild Ride
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Nice fairgrounds park, mainly level sites. No problem with the power but never more than 7 units here the whole week. Available dump station.
Stores within a few miles. There is a casino nearby. Some road noise but not bad.
Flea market on Wednesday morning but not many vendors. - mrracechaser
Jun 2016 - $15.00
Isabella County Fairgrounds offers water and electric sites, first come first serve, except during the fair. Pick up an envelope from the board at the entrance and put it in the mail slot in building J. This building, by the way, is at the other end of the fairgrounds. So if you aren't up for a bit of a hike, consider paying before you get settled. It's an honor system, and they accept Passport America. Most of the sites have 30amp service. There are about 8 sites on the back row that have 50 amp service. All sites are mostly level on grass which is well mowed, at least when we were there. Interior roads are gravel. There is one site 59, which we fortunately snagged, with partial shade. The rest of the sites are out in the open. Easy access getting in and out. The only ding is the road noise as the campground is situated at the corner of two very busy roads. A sign indicates that there is a flea market every Wednesday May-Sept, for those who are interested in that sort of thing. We camped here in a motorhome. There were only two other RVs in the campground. There is a dump. - Free
Jun 2015 - $15.00
Very nice large site with water & electric (30 amp). Sites were grass & newly cut. The staff was very nice & helpful. we would definitely stay here again. - bonniesoo
Aug 2016 - $62.00
Big rig friendly, long sites but not very wide. Small Campground. - KCook3
Jul 2016 - $60.00
The park is small, but clean. The office, restrooms, showers are all newer and in good condition. The sites are too small and they actually mowed the grass on our campsite while we were trying to bbq. - Gables
May 2016 - $67.00
The park is very overpriced. There is a very nice pool at the hotel that you can use (have to drive or take shuttle there) but little else about this park is nice.
Sites are paved, but narrow. Our site had a patch of dirt where previous seasonals had placed paving blocks to add small patio.
Easy to maneuver in park, and clean. There is a small lake there for fishing.
We had constant problems with low voltage at the park cutting out our surge protector. Took several complaints to get maintenance to come (office told me the maintenance guy had a bad attitude and might not come - and he didn't that day). They were unable to fix so we left early. Were told we would get a refund on last night but they didn't execute that. - MandK
Jul 2012 - $18.00
We love this little campground. It is a hidden gem in Mt Pleasant. It is beautiful with its tall trees and city park right next to it. A great place to relax and go to the Soaring Eagle Casino. You can take the shuttle or just drive 3 miles to it. - Gypsies11
Jul 2011 - $17.00
A little rustic, but this park offers large shaded 50 amp pull through sites in a beautiful wooded setting. In spite of all the tall trees, we had no problem getting satellite service. Posted price was $18 per night but the guy in the office must have thought I deserved a senior discount because he only charged us $17. I've stayed at campgrounds that weren't nearly as nice and charged over twice as much. - Same Old Bob
Jun 2011 - $17.00
This is one of the worst campgrounds I have ever been to. The restrooms and showers were not serviced except for adding toilet paper when needed. We couldn't even use the showers they were so filthy. The sites were OK but nothing special. There are no activities for families except for the pool. The administrative staff is not helpful at all and act like they have no clue. We will not be camping here again. - zippywafflehead
Jun 2015 - $25.00
The only thing that kept this park from a 10 is that there was no water hookup. We're fine without a sewer connection, but having to run our hose (had to buy a longer section of hose) to fill up the fresh tank every 2 days was a bit of a pain. Thankfully there was a spigot within 100 ft for the entire circle of sites to use. The park was empty for most of our stay, which was so nice to relax to. Our site was grass and pretty level. We were close to the playground and the surrounding woods and trails were a lot of fun with the kids. Staff was helpful the entire time and everything was cleaned very regularly and kept in good order. Access road was gravel and even though it had just been graded, it was very slow going on the way out. - Living Our Dash
Jul 2009 - $37.00
Christian based campground. No alcohol allowed. Lots of things to do. Great programming during summer months. Swim area is well designated in lake. Horseback riding available. Staff very helpful. Dump station easy to maneuver. - Not-so-grumpy Sam
Jun 2011 - $35.00
Nice quiet park. Great location on the Muskegon River with quite a few sites on the river. We camped on the river; lots of mosquitos! Camp staff was very friendly and helpful (helping us after losing power and finding breaker in our RV). Not a lot to do, but did take a short kayak trip down the river. - michele mackey
Jul 2016 - $26.00
We stayed here 2 weeks visiting family. Had to move one time due to late reservations for 4th weekend but worked out ok. Very wooded campground. Some trails that go back into the woods for tent sites. Nice open area for playground. Some extended stay folks around the camp, but well kept. Tended to fill up on weekends. Owners are very friendly and social. See them around a lot and they make a point of checking on needs for everyone. The owner has put in a DirectTV/Dish setup due to the trees to connect your receiver to. No need (no point) in using your own dish. We would definitely stay here again. - KSU Alum
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Easy on and off highway which is a plus. There are long pull through sites with 50 amp and full hookups. Verizon phone and wifi worked well. Park is very clean and owners/managers are friendly and helpful. They lead you to your side and guide you in. We would stay here again. - rolling homeless
Jul 2015 - $34.00
Very friendly, even went with you to your assigned lot to help you park your camper. This amenity is very seldom found at the campgrounds. Owner even returned to make sure we had TV and wi fi connected up. Also told us about the Halloween weekends in October. We just might be there for one of those weekends. They also have very large lots for your camper-NICE. Enjoyed it very much. We are thinking about being a seasonal camper there next year. - Ed cameron