Wooded campground with mostly shady sites, giving the feel of camping in the woods. There are several pull through sites as well as back in sites. All sites are fairly level and are generously sized. Most sites are divided by trees giving some privacy. The big rig 50 amp sites are in the front, on open grassy sites. The shady sites are basically dirt and gravel, so you will want to use an outside rug or carpet. I only went in the bathrooms a couple times. Both times were just before the scheduled cleaning time, and they were dirty. This may, however, have been in part due to a large group of teens that was staying at the campground on those days. The office staff was always friendly and helpful, both on the phone and in person.
This campground is located in the country, a few miles south of Ludington. The park is an old orchard and there are still a lot of apple trees and a few pear trees on the grounds. The sites are grassy and fairly level. Some sites are a little tight to get into due to the trees. There is a new section for seasonals that is seperate from the "transient" section. There is a nice playground for the kids and an outdoor pool. The Lake Michigan shoreline is a couple miles away if you want to spend time at the beach, or you can also drive a little farther to Ludington State Park for beach access and hiking.
Nice campground with nice sized lots, fairly level and nicely shaded. The staff was friendly and helpful. There is a pool and playground for the kids, lots of planned activities and nice trails for walking located across the creek that borders the campground. There are several seasonal sites, but they are kept up pretty well and the seasonal campers I interacted with were friendly. The campground is pretty quiet, especially considering that it's fairly close to the highway. I would stay here again.
This campground is older, but well maintained. Hook ups range from rustic to water/sewer/electric. The sites are graveled and fairly level. Most of the sites have at least some shade, and some have cement patios next to the gravel. The sites are generally good sized, the only ones that are a little closer together are some of the pull through sites, but even with those there is plenty of room to open your awning without touching your neighbor's trailer. There is a small playground for the kids, a pool to cool off in, and Wi-Fi access at the sites. We didn't use the campground showers, used our trailers' instead, just personal preference to not have to haul everything to the bathroom to shower. I did check out the campground bathrooms though. They were clean whenever I went in there, and even nicer, the bathrooms are air conditioned! No taking a shower in a steamy bathhouse and starting to sweat as soon as you turn off the water here! Considering that the campground is right in town it is surprisingly quiet as well. Occasional road noise or noise from the raceway about a mile away, but mostly just the sounds of birds singing. I would certainly stay here again when in the area.
Log Cabin Resort and Campground is a small private campground, perfect if you want to get away for some peace and quiet. There are 12 pull-through full hook-up sites with cement pads in the wooded section of the campground, these are generous sized sites with the most shade and privacy of all the camping sites. There are 11 back-in full hook-up grassy sites in the large loop, a 10 site corner section for seasonals, 5 water/electric and 15 electric sites. All the sites have cable hook-ups. There are also 12 cabins of various sizes. There is a small playground, most appropriate for younger kids. The bathrooms are small but clean. The lake shore has a swimming beach or you can rent a boat to do some fishing. The campground is within a 1 hour drive of many attractions in the eastern U.P., making it a good location for a base camp to make day trips from.