This is a resident filled campground with a million kids. There are few pull throughs for overnights, most of which have no power boxes, which they say they are working on. Services are OLD and broken, roads are bumpy, too many rigs that are partially covered with tarps. Water smells funny. Tight turns and small spaces. One night layover only. We would not return.
Bad roads, huge potholes, overgrown trees (watch out large rigs), no signage; those are the negatives. The positives are mountain view, hot springs, a nice restaurant ($$) and spa services. All costs extra over the $20 a night (7th night free). There are only porta potties at the campground. Dump station near entry gate. We will probably not go back.
Good overnighter and a great rate with Passport America. Close to the highway exit, walk to town (Del's is a restaurant nearby, not affiliated with the park). Fast internet, cable TV, full hookups, and large pull throughs.
Rate reflects AAA discount. Park is gravel spaces that are level. Some train and truck noise at night. My low score is for staff. The "boss" (name tag actually said that)...was not helpful, was unfriendly, and not service minded in anyway w/ questions about finding someone to service my vehicle. The staff person who checked me in was lovely and helpful. I would not stay in this park again. Caution, be careful driving into Clayton, as there is a HUGE dip on main street that if you do not approach it at an angle, could (did) damage your tow system.
What a great spot! Desert, mountains, and hot springs. This is a small campground of 29 spaces attached to a wonderful hot springs spa resort. The campground is a little tight for larger rigs or with a tow vehicle. Road is a bit bumpy, too, but the Spa facilities and restaurant make it all worthwhile! This is a great place to stay and use the facilities with a day pass options. Wonderful restaurant and wine bar. There is no Wi-Fi at the sites, but in the main building there is. At the site, my 'card' worked fine. I would return here often!
Rate reflects Campclub USA Rate. Park has gravel and grass parking. Spaces are very tight. The trains are across the street from the park on a schedule of about every 20 minutes until about midnight and then again around 5 am. Very noisy. Park facilities are old, bathroom was clean, though. Signage for entering, registering, etc. were non-existent. Many trailers looked like permanent residents. I would not stay here again.
Used Campclub USA for the rate. Hilltop view of Lake Huron. Beautiful area and nice campground. Tight roads to maneuver around, but manageable. Great owners. Clean laundry. Nice level sites. Fast internet. I would stay again.
Visited a 2nd time. Price had gone up, even with Good Sam discount. Owners say there is internet, but neglects to tell you there is a password until you ask for it. Also they do not control it and you have to pay! Sites are grassy and not level. Quiet. I would not go back a 3rd time.
Huge campground, lots of seasonal campers. Hard to check in, as the office area cannot accommodate a motorhome with a car. Same for getting propane, there is no room to pull up to the tank. Grassy and uneven sites. Quiet, country setting near Goose Lake. I would stay here again. Friendly staff.
Stayed here to be near the SS Badger out of Ludington. Great customer service on the phone with questions and directions and friendly and helpful. Stayed 2 nights. Fast internet. Nice and quiet in an apple orchard. Lovely. Clean bathrooms and showers. I would stay here again.
Very noisy from the highway, and lit up at night like a Wal-Mart parking lot. Spaces are kind of close together and they do not accept any discount clubs. Staff was warm and friendly. I would not stay here again.
Great spot. Camped here during the harvest season, so there is a great show across the street in the fields. Quiet, not too much road noise. Spotless showers and warm bathrooms. Friendly staff. Easy off I-90. Fast internet free. I would stay here again anytime.