We stayed two nights but really weren't happy with the park. Very noisy, not many restrictions placed on rowdy guests. Showers are not what you'd call private. Sites were hard to get into. We would go back, but not during this time of the season.
Originally we were only going to spend two nights, but have lengthened our stay to 5 nights. The park is very clean and scenic and the sites are large. Our Verizion aircard does not work in this area but our AT&T cellphone does. We were able to access the park's WiFi by sitting in the enclosed pavillion by the window. There are picnic tables in the pavillion. Decent signal inside the pavillion but weak signal at our campsite (back side of park). You can also go into the lobby to use the ethernet. Owners are very helpful. Will recommend to others. Lots to do in the area.
This is not the first Michigan State park we have stayed in, but thought we would give it a try. The park is nice, but as with all the Michigan State parks we have visited, the sites are small. You can hear the guy next door snoring. The pine trees are beautiful and made us anxious to reach our final destination of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. There are some very nice nature trails and it is close enough to town if you need supplies.
We loved this place! We've been here before, so were already familiar with it. The bathhouse is very nice and clean, but the shower is one LARGE stall and you lock the door when you go in. Lots to see in the area. Sites are paved and as far as we know, they are all back in sites. We spent 3 nights here in the spring and stayed 5 nights last fall.
Nice, level pull through sites. Adjacent to a Mexican restaurant so we walked over for supper. Couldn't get WiFi access at our campsite. Must be you had to go to the office. We were just passing through on our destination and this is a good place to spend a night or two.
For an overnight stop, this was OK and it was within walking distance to a couple of places to eat. There is a duck pond so when you arrive, make sure to check where you walk because the critters come up to your campsite to see if you have anything for them to eat. People in the office were very friendly and helpful.
Very nice layout, but sites are not "private". Sites are gravel, which is nice, but there is a lot of clay so our feet were dirty (due to heavy rain). Heavy smoker checked us in, so when we left the office we smelled like smoke, (my wife has a very hard time with smoke so she waited outside). Bathrooms are very clean but there is only one toilet and one shower. We were just passing through, if we ever pass through this way again, we'd stay for one night. Campground is very clean and has some nice features.