This was a nice clean quiet RV park in the downtown area. I was surprised at how quiet it was. We were in the back section and there was no road noise at all. It's right next door to a grocery store and ice cream shop, how cool is that! And a bike path right alongside the park. We had good reception with the Wi-Fi. You need to put up a deposit for the cable TV. We had a nice long level site for our big rig.
This is a nice clean, quiet, well maintained campground. The sites are large and level, gravel and grass with shady pines. They are long enough for big rigs and plenty of room between the sites for privacy. Some sites are more open and may have satellite tv reception. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. There are handicapped sites available and firewood and gas are on site for purchase. The restrooms, showers and laundry are very clean. The lodge has a bar and grill. ATVers can ride direct from their campsite to trail #41. This park is midway between Manistique and Munising making it a great base camp for exploring the peninsula between both Lakes Michigan and Superior.
Very nice campground with large sites and plenty of trees. Nice lake with beach and fishing. It's on the outskirts of town but yet away from traffic noise. Well maintained and friendly folks in the office.
Very nice campground with shade trees and water features. Very quiet during midweek. It's out in the country so no traffic noise. We did not use the bathhouse so can't comment on its condition. There are some permanent units there with nice landscaping and decks. Friendly folks in the office and no bugs during our stay.
This park caters to the senior winter visitors. Lots of activities, pools, hot tubs, massage, entertainment, store, and café on site. Very clean and well maintained. We spent 3 months here during the winter season. We'll be back.
The pull through sites were long enough for our big rig and level, drive is gravel with lots of grass between sites. Full hookups with 50 amp service. It's in the country, nice and quiet, yet only a mile from I-69. It was a good base camp while we visited the area.