A clean and well maintained park with pull-thru sites. The campground is divided into 30amp and 50amp areas with gravel pads and grass between the pads. The roads are both gravel and asphalt. It's a great park but is it very close to the interstate and Very noisy when sleeping. We had to turn on the A/C unit in the bedroom to drown out the traffic; hence, the slightly lower rating.
This is in a very wooded section of the wilderness around the falls on the Tahquamenon River. The park is divided into four camp areas, two around the upper falls and two around the lower falls. Some of the sites are very short and some of them are pull thru to handle longer rigs, be sure to check the site specs on the web site. Camp areas are somewhat level with gravel, dirt, and some grass. Reservations are made thru the Michigan DNR site, not Reserve America. There is very limited cell service in the area and way too many trees for satellite reception, the perfect place to get away and disconnect. The park and area is beautiful with lots of trails to hike and things to see.
Very clean and well maintained park. Most of the lots are pull-thru and are big rig friendly, there are some back-in sites around the edge of the park. The sites are level well packed gravel with grass between them and a picnic table. They average at least 20' of grass between the gravel pads. We liked the park and area so well we stayed an extra two days. Wifi is not the fastest, but Verizon has an excellent signal here and the park is satellite friendly.
Long pull thru level gravel sites. Restrooms and showers were very clean. As mentioned in the other reviews, the roads are steep but are asphalt. These are a bit slippery when wet, we left immediately following a rain and were glad we had a 4WD truck to get up the hill. No credit cards but checks are OK. Nice park to stay in and see the area.
Nice older state park. Not the most big rig friendly but a few of the sites handle one OK. There are only about 6 sites that have 50amp service, the rest are 20 or 30amp. The restrooms and the showers were NOT clean, a pressure washer would work wonders. The spaces are not terribly level, they're gravel with grass growing in them. Lots of big trees with lots of shade. We stayed here while visiting friends in the area.
Overall a great place to stay while in the St. Louis area. The park operators are friendly and helpful. Note there are no restrooms or showers. At this time, they are not able to take credit cards so this is cash only for stays shorter than a month. We have stayed here two times in as many months and will stay again when in St Louis.