We had a great family weekend here with several other friends/campers. We had a generous site (#55) with water and electric. We had friends close by with electric and others in cabin. All had a fantastic time. We camped Memorial Weekend, so only a small portion of sites were in use. Made it really nice for the kids with the activities and time with the characters. Park was clean, bathrooms kept up. We'll plan a return trip later this summer.
Absolutely in love with this park. Stayed in site #225, large corner pull through site in the upper campground. Most of the sites over here are well shaded, private and have a nice gravel camping pad. Really glad we chose the upper side: no way we could have navigated the lower (lake view) area with our rig (38" fifth wheel). There were some larger spots, but getting around down there and trying to navigate parking would have proved difficult. Upper had only a few other campers so we enjoyed a peaceful weekend. The 1-mile walking trail from upper sites to bridge overlook was nice and appreciated. We got some amazing photos. Already planning a return trip this summer.
Very nice clean park with lots to do. The park is situated nicely on lake and canal. Great views from many sites. There is a Burger King right outside the park which is a nice option. On the other side of the park entrance is a go kart place. We travel with a small child so it is nice to have options when sitting around the camp fire starts to lose its appeal. We camped here last summer with three groups - tons of room on an average site for our 5th wheel, tent and two vehicles. Variety of site types, lots of green for shade and some with sun if that's what you're looking for.
Campground is wonderful for family use. We've visited this park twice a year for the past three seasons. It's an extremely clean park with lots of mature trees. Most sites are well shaded. A lot of dirt sites vs. grass but there is plenty of green all around. There are paved biked trails leaving the park in both directions. One provides a nice trail to ride into Rogers City along the lake shore. The other is a ride worth taking...to Forty Mile Point lighthouse which also has an on-site gift/book shop. The sandy beach front is huge and includes two volleyball courts. This park has not had recent updates but it is quiet, has roomy sites and is very clean.