We love this park! It is often cooler than the rest of the state, especially at night, so bring warm clothes. Also, Lake Michigan can get some heavy undercurrents, so be cautious and lifeguard each other when swimming. The lake is often COLD! There are electric and water sites, but you need to reserve early to get those. The sites are large. There is a park concession with store. The curvy roads would be difficult for a large RV. If you own a large RV, choose the sites around the perimeter. We camped at Point Beach State Forest in a Tent.
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Neshotah Park has a beautiful beach. Port Sandy Bay has good pizza and Friday fish. The bike trails at Point Beach are top notch. There is a Saturday Farmer's Market in Two Rivers.
Beautiful park with lots of shade trees. We had water and electric hookups. Just a very short walk to Lake Michigan from our site. We had site #63, which was right near the camp hosts and bathrooms and shower room. Very dog friendly campground - they even had a doggie beach. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at Point Beach State Forest in a Travel Trailer.
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Two Rivers is a cute town with lots of shops and restaurants.
Another great state park. Wonderful sand beach that stretches for miles and runs deep into Lake Michigan. Luckily the water this year was into the 70's so I felt like I was in the Ocean without the salt. Nice concession stand towards the North end of the beach. Most sites gave a nice sense of privacy. The campground was very well maintained and the staff was helpful. We camped at Point Beach State Forest in a Motorhome.
Pretty park. Nice size sites. TERRIBLE mosquito problem. (I have camped in the everglades so I know bad mosquito problems) We spent most of the time indoors. Also beaches of Lake Michigan had thousands of little dead fish...Issues with flies and smell... This park is a 9 or 10 if these problems are fixed. We camped at Point Beach State Forest in a Travel Trailer.
Enjoyed going to the dog friendly Lake Michigan Beach with our Lab. Very nice during the hot summer days. Office staff was helpful. Would definitely come again during the hot summer months. Sites well spaced. New vault toilet buildings and newer shower building very nice. We camped at Point Beach State Forest in a Travel Trailer.
Gorgeous park on Lake Michigan. Sandy beaches are very pretty and there's a nice dog beach south of the lighthouse, but biting flies were terrible in late July when I was there. The campground has large wooded sites, many are quite private. There's one average and one newer bathhouse, so no lack of facilities. Nice bike trails as well. I'll definitely return, just not when the bugs are so active! We camped at Point Beach State Forest in a Travel Trailer.
This is one of our favorite state parks. Right on Lake Michigan! Pets are welcome and there is a beach for dogs south of the lighthouse, although dogs are not welcome near the public areas of the beach and shelters. Sites are wooded and rustic. Great campground. We camped at Point Beach State Forest in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2005 - $20.00
One of our favorite places! Large, wooded sites (some with very deep shade) for almost every type of camping, from tent to large rigs. Only a few sites will accommodate 40+', and there is ONE pullthrough site (elec hookup only). Several sites come in double width for 2 families camping together. A few sites have elec & water - a rarity for Wis. state parks - but you'll need a long hose to connect. The campground is part of a long, narrow park right along Lake Michigan, and has 6 miles of beach to enjoy. Several biking/hiking and nature trails, and a small concession during the summer (hours are a mystery). Some turns on the campground road may be tight for a very large rig. Reservations are a must on weekends. Onsite host and volunteers keep things tidy. New shower building is a real gem - each shower is in a private room with its own toilet and sink! We camped at Point Beach State Forest in a Travel Trailer.