The rate is Good Sam discount. We have stayed twice at this park. No reservations needed unless a fair is going on nearby. The restrooms were dirty in the PM from heavy use with Boy Scouts camping in the tent area. The showers are adequate, but not much more. The park itself was clean and very pleasant in the RV area. Our site was not quite level, but all the trees and shade made up for any other issues. Easy access from the 101, but no traffic noise. Both times we have stayed here, it has had many empty sites, even on a Saturday night. We like this park, especially because of the many tall trees at each site.
This is more like a state park than a privately owned campground. The pluses are the sites are heavily wooded and it is situated on Lake Huron. But the level of the lake was low so there were wide stretches of unappealing coastline. The showers are lousy. There is no temperature control; the shower is either "on" or "off". The water shuts off automatically after a few minutes so you must constantly turn it back on. Shower curtains were missing on 3 out of the 4 showers. Many sections of the roads are all dirt with no gravel.
The host is very friendly and accommodating and has free coffee and doughnuts for guests. Each site has a freshly painted picnic table. It is located near the interstate, but the noise is not bad. If you're considering staying here, you might want to call in advance. Since it has a group dining area, some clubs stay here on occasion and fill up this small park. Even though we stayed here early in the season, two days later the owner said it was all booked up for the night. We liked this place.
This is a very quiet park; the trains are barely audible and it's near enough to the interstate for easy access, but far enough away that there is no truck noise. Since we were camping early in the season, there very many vacant spots which made it even quieter. The shower stall changing area is a bit cramped but clean. The trees make it an attractive site. We camped in the area in back of the office. I don't know about the front campground sites which are nearer the road.
The positive: manager and residents were helpful and friendly. There was plenty of hot water in the shower. The negative: no toilet paper in either men's or women's bathrooms, shower and sink were dirty and the bathroom had peeling paint. The water hookup was down in a hole in the ground and since it had recently rained, the hole was filled with muddy water which covered the water connection. There was no picnic table at the site, and no shade trees. The sites are very close together. It caters mostly to permanent guests; only 2 sites for overnighters.
There are no individual picnic tables at each site, which is a bummer as we like to eat outside. The showers were OK with plenty of hot water. There are a steady stream of trains passing by, but we only heard one whistle. If it wasn't so cheap, I'd be upset!
The showers were very nice - tiled walls with large sliding glass doors - and had plenty of hot water and were exceptionally clean. The location when viewed on a map looks like it might be noisy from the highway and trains, but it was quiet, probably because of a high cement block wall that blocks the noise. The reason I didn't give it a "10" was the sites are close together and other than the scattered pine trees there are no plants of any kind so it looks rather barren.