These RV sites are part of a small motel/RV park complex just across the highway from Lake Michigan. Most sites are pull-through with FHU and an internet system that worked for our minimal (e-mail and surfing) usage. The sites are very close together and looked level. There is no cable but most of the PT sites appear clear for satellite TV. There is an indoor pool and mini-golf course. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Good Sam membership. We paid for 6 nights and received the 7th night free in a lake view pull thru FHU site. Gravel roads, sites and turns are very narrow but managed okay in our 43' class A. Trees and/or neighbor prohibited use of our awning. Delightful walking/biking trail across the highway along Lake Michigan. Verizon cellular was weak and calls dropped but our MiFi seemed to work fairly well. Fire ring and picnic table were located a bit close to the rig. They promptly lopped off some low tree limbs so that we could get out our slides. This was our second stay and we would stay again. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Motorhome.
Small campground adjacent to motel. Adequate amenities (indoor pool, mini-golf, small playground, restroom facilities, small laundry). Gravel roads and sites. Pad areas adequate, but space between rigs barely enough to open slides and frequently not enough to open awnings. If facing lake, view out front is great, but road noise is non-stop and loud since it's so close. Also hard to enjoy breeze with open windows since its so dusty. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $37.00
Small park directly across the road from Lake Michigan. Gravel streets and sites with fairly well-kept grassy areas around the sites. We had a nice long back-in site. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $35.00
Enjoyed staying at this park. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Sites 15-28 are very close and putting out your awning may be an issue. Park is well groomed and there is a dog walking area. The Village Inn has an indoor pool and RVers are welcome to use it. The park has a beautiful view of the lake and there are many things to visit and do in the area. We will be back to the Village Inn. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $20.00
This would have to be the best park in the area. It is right on the shores of Lake Michigan - even if it is over 4 lanes of traffic. The traffic noise is minimal and we we had no trouble crossing it to go for a walk down Mariners Way. A beautiful walk! The campground is part of a motel complex, sites are a little close but still big enough for our 40 foot 5th wheeler with 4 slide outs. Laundry facilities are small but clean - you need to get the key from the front desk of the motel - $1 a wash, $1 a dry -what a bargain. Campground guests have full use of the motel facilities which include an indoor heated pool, bar and also a putt putt golf course. We had booked elsewhere initially but based on reviews etc we decided to come to this park. Good decision!!! We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Fifth Wheel.
The good: lots of activities for the kids, pool, hot tub, (both inside) mini golf, video machines, basketball, pool table. Right across from Lake Michigan. Front sites face the water, but across a four lane highway. Fairly easy access to the lake, but during busy times of the day, traffic is a concern. Free Wi-Fi and very strong. Verizon and ATT were good with 4g. The bad: sites are very close together. They've planted trees between the sites which will make them even smaller. We have a 45' quad slide coach and could not open the awnings on either side of the coach. Picnic tables intrude on neighboring site. Very friendly staff, we would stay here again. Rate reflects Passport America. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Motorhome.
This campground has awesome views of Lake Michigan. We were in the front row at the end. There is a 4 lane road in front of the row between the site and Lake Michigan but can still easily enjoy the view. There is Mariner's Bike Trail across the street that runs alongside the lake and offers steps down to beach access. The Inn has an indoor pool that is open until 11 pm which was enjoyable. Staff was friendly. The only big disappointment was the size of the sites. Length was just enough for our truck and 5th wheel, but motorhomes with cars had very limited room. The width of sites were very tight. After putting our trailer steps down we were just a few feet from the next trailers septic. Our site's table was on the other side of our trailer where there was more room, but others did not have that option and were very tight. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate reflected is the full rate. The park does accept Passport America. It is a nicely situated park as far as access to Lake Michigan and the towns of Two Rivers and Manitowoc. The park is part of a hotel and the sites are very narrow. The front row does get a view of the lake but the view is across the highway that runs in front of the park. Traffic noise is always present. I was somewhat disappointed in the park and do not believe it is worth the full price. With the Passport America discount it was not a bad value for the week we stayed. Wi-Fi was free and strong. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Fifth Wheel.
While this campground does have a view of Lake Michigan, it's across a 4-lane highway that's pretty busy most of the time. If you camp in one of the pull-through sites (which have the best view), there is VERY little space between sites. I would never consider starting a campfire as I'd be afraid of setting fire to the rig next to me. Also, people park in FRONT of the pull through sites, which means you may end up knocking on camper doors asking people to move their toads so you can get out. On the plus side, their WiFi was great! Very strong signal strength. The minuses of Village Inn would be ok if they charged $30 or $35 a night: but Village Inn charges $49 per night. No weekly or monthly rates. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Motorhome.
The park is part of a hotel complex. Right across the street from the lake. Sites are so close together that we could not open our awning without hitting the trailer next to us. Our trailer is 29' and it was tight getting in and out. Staff was friendly. Probably would not return. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Fifth Wheel.
WI-FI excellent; nice view of Lake Michigan even if it was over a 4-lane roadway. Sites are really narrow. Neighbor could not put out his awning once we were on site. If you want a nice park to visit the sites of Two Rivers and Manitowoc this is the place to stay. Rate is PA rate. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects PassPort America membership. Level, well maintained sites; however, sites are narrow, grass area between sites approximately 10 feet wide, felt very cramped when rig pulled in next to us. Indoor pool and mini-golf well maintained. Staff very friendly and helpful. Good satellite reception, good Verizon 3G. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $40.00
We stayed here for one night the Thursday before Labor Day weekend. We had a FHU, pull-through, end site. Most sites are pull-through and, as noted by the last reviewer, of decent size. I initially could not get the Wi-Fi in the RV. After going to an open site with a clear view of the office, I was able to connect and take the notebook back to the RV and hold the connection. There is no cable TV but most sites (except for maybe a few of the back-ins) are satellite friendly. In addition to the small indoor pool, there is a nice mini golf course that got a couple dozen customers the evening we were here. Two Rivers is 2 miles to the north and Manitowac is 4 miles south so both towns are convenient to the park. As others have mentioned, Lake Michigan is across the highway with beach access maybe 100 yards north of the park. Still others noted the nice asphalt bike path between the highway and the lake. The location is good, but I did think $40/night was just a bit steep for what the park offered. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $55.00
We stayed one night with terrible wind and rain storms so were unable to take advantage of the amenities. Sites are gravel with a picnic table and portable fire pit. Staff was very helpful when our slide refused to retract with a referral and allowing us to stay past check-out to get it in. CG seems to be family owned and operated. I did call just after 10:30 p.m. as we lost the Wi-Fi password and there was no answer or no machine so I had to wait until morning for access. There is a motel, indoor pool, mini golf, etc. and a gorgeous view of Lake Michigan across the road. We camped at Village Inn on the Lake in a Motorhome.