Very nice city park, right on the river. Sites are plenty wide with firm packed gravel for parking. The bathrooms and showers look new and are very well maintained. Two dump stations with easy access. Lots to do in the area including the Soo Locks. The freighters come within 200 yards of the shore as they begin to turn the corner of the river right in front of the campground. Need to book early if you want one of the premium sites right on the river.
The owners are very helpful and friendly, but they seem obsessed with rules. There was a full sheet of newsprint spelling them all out. Nicely laid out campground with good access although the trees on the outer ring needed trimming to prevent hitting the rig. They asked us to use pads for our jacks so they wouldn't dig into the grass. Never been asked that before. Overall a good stay. Close to Tahquamenon Falls and the Shipwreck Museum at Whitefish Point. Rate reflects Good Sam Discount.
Nice alternative to the state park system. Only a few sites have water and just a handful of 50 amp sites. We were at the back of the large boat ramp parking lot with a nice view of the river. WiFi at our site was limited. had to sit at the picnic table to get any reception at all. Short walk to the beach area on the lake. Lots to do in the area. The Quincy Mine is a must do and get your pastries at Toni's in Laurium.
Got a last minute cancellation for the 4th of July weekend. Typical City park, crowded on the holidays and weekends. Nice spacious, paved sites and the campers respected the quite hours. WiFi reception at the site and good cell phone coverage from Verizon. There is a small swimming beach at the campground. Playground for the kids and lots of hiking and biking trails in the area. Rate reflects full hookups. There is an additional $5 charge to make a reservation on-line.
This park is a nice alternative to the ones in the Porcupine Mt. State Park or the Ontonogan City Park. It is conveniently located close to the parks and town. Very nice IGA grocery store in town. The bathroom and shower facilities are a little dated and were not cleaned every day. They could use a good scrubbing. Cable TV was provided, but no Wi-Fi. Verizon cell coverage was very good. Some of the sites are quite close together, so if the park is full you would be up close and personal with your neighbor. Good gravel access roads. Sites are mostly grass, but firm and only a few wet areas after a heavy rain.
Very nice city park with sites well spread out and lots of grass and trees between. Crushed gravel sites and paved access roads. Pull-through sites are at the south end of each row. No water at sites, but standpipes and an artesian well on site. The showers are activated with quarters, 3 minutes per quarter with instant hot water. Close to Bayfield and the Apostle Islands. No reservations so first come, first served. Kiosk at entrance has forms and envelope for payment, cash or check only. Host at site #5 can answer any questions.
Small city park with 20 RV sites, 6 tent sites and dump station. RVs must enter off 2nd St. SW. There is no host or manager on site, but there are envelopes at a kiosk and the city offices are just north of the park. Bathroom has only one shower for men and one for women. There was no hot water when we arrived so I called the city offices and they sent someone over, but it didn't get fixed all weekend. Most of the sites are grass, but with any appreciable rain, the ones toward the lake get very wet and muddy. Not many campgrounds in the area so it works for at least short stays.
We arrived after lots of rain so the access roads were muddy and there was standing water on some sites. There are two large paved sites at the south end of the West Hill Campground area. Okay to wash vehicles on the sites. Payment is in the Fairground Office building just north of the Hog & Sheep Barn. Check or Cash only. No threads on the sewer connection, so you'll need a donut or weight. Good spot for an overnight stay.
Rate reflects Senior Pass discount. Typical COE campground with lots of trees, paved access roads and gravel sites. The pull-through was a little tight for our 37' motor home due to the sharp bend. Like most it gets very busy on weekends and holidays, but we called and were able to get a walk-up site.
Beautifully setting, nestled in the valley surrounded by pines and Aspen trees. Centrally located to Custer State Park and all the Black Hills venues. Access roads and sites are crushed gravel and well maintained. Site is level with plenty of space and grass between sites. Would have been a 10 rating, but could not get Wi-Fi at my site (#18 near the back). Internet was available nearer to the club house. Rate reflects discount for 7 day stay.
Location is within walking distance of Wall Drug. All sites are pull-through, but closely spaced. Lots of standing water and some sites were muddy. Worked well for an overnight stay. Easy access off I-90.
Very nice campground with well spaced paved sites. Not much shade. Very strong, free Wi-Fi. The trailer/office at the entrance is not manned, but has a computer set up to make a reservation. There is an on-site host who will assist in getting a spot and directing you to it. Lots of walking trails around the park and along the river. Has boat launch and picnic areas.
Another somewhat off the beaten track campground, but nestled right in the Independence downtown area. All the sites have concrete pads and full hook-ups. The laundry is clean and only costs $1 for the washer and dryer. Use 500 W. Pacific for your GPS address to take you to the entrance.
Got a walk-up site in the Park (far north) area. Only had 30 amp, but the weather was cool. Also no water at the site, but fill stations close-by. Very nice paved and shaded sites with lots of space between them. As noted previously the river isn't really accessible from the campground, but there is a parking lot and walk-in access to the river at the end of the road. Rate reflects Senior Pass.
Some of the sites have tight access trying to navigate around the many trees. I managed on two tries to make the turn into the site. All roads and parking sites are gravel. The sewer connection was actually higher than the tank outlet, so dumping the tank was a bit of a problem. The 50 amp service had only 108 VAC on one leg so I had to use the 30 amp outlet. The owner is very nice and accommodating and offers a 15% discount for Veterans. Had to pay cash for a one night stay. Lots of bikers staying at the campground, but noise wasn't a problem.
Very nice COE park on the river. Lots of shade and space between sites. Park is a ways off the main road, but the access roads are plenty wide and no overhanging trees. Pinnacle Mountain Park is only a couple miles up the road and the River Trail access is close by for biking or walking. Rate reflects Senior Pass.
Needed a one night, walk-up site due to the holiday weekend. They use a parking lot as an over-flow area. It has 30 amp service but no water at the site. Very nice park with well separated sites, shade, and close to the river. Rate reflects Senior Pass.
Nice paved pull-through paved sites but the access roads are crushed gravel and the stirred up dust covered our MH and tow vehicle just getting to our site. Was told they were full and the rate non-negotiable; however, there were many sites open. Nice location right on the river, but not worth the price.
An off-the-beaten track campground for sure. Not a lot to do close by, but it works for an overnight stay. We were told the site was a pull-through, but because of the location of the hook-ups, I had to back up to make the turn-out when leaving. I would recommend disconnecting a tow vehicle on the entrance road, before starting up to the site. Very nice couple as owners trying to keep things neat and tidy. Nothing really for kids other than lots of woods to roam around in.
An off-the-beaten track RV Park. Okay for an overnight stay since there aren't many campgrounds in this area. Access roads are narrow with steep ditches on both sides, but we didn't have trouble getting our 37' RV to a site at the top of the hill. Would recommend disconnecting tow vehicle before starting up to sites. Very quiet and secluded but no amenities, bathroom or shower. Very friendly and accommodating owners. Led us to the site and help get us parked. Payment is with cash or checks only.
Nothing fancy here, but a good spot for a quick overnight. All sites are grass and mostly level. There are two areas with hook-ups. Up-top, close to the buildings are 13 pull-through sites with 50/30 amp, water and sewer. Along the fence are another 15 back in sites with full hook-ups as well. Down the dirt road to the lower level is another area with multiple back-in sites, but only some have sewer hook-ups. Pay at the double wide trailer across the parking lot behind the building with arches. The previous review posted office hours are correct. Would stay here again as an en-route stop.
Very quiet, out of the mainstream but not far off I75. We camped in the rally area with an FMCA club. The rally area is grass covered but fairly level and well maintained but no shade. Full hook-ups with 50 amp and free cable TV. The WiFi was strong and accessible at the site. You are escorted to your site with parking assistance. The pool, showers and restrooms are very clean and well appointed. The nine-hole golf course green fee was included in the rate. Stayed here in a motor home. Would definitely stay here again.
One of five RV campgrounds owned by the Bear Creek Development Association in the area between Red Bay, AL and Russellville, AL. Good, paved access roads with reasonable clearance. Some of the sites are not level or paved. Nice views looking out over the lake. Has camp store and a camp manager on-site. Friendly and helpful, but I had a problem with the electric supply going over-voltage, sometimes as high as 135 VAC and tripping my EMS off-line. The camp manager passed the concern on to the main staff, but nothing was done and the problem persisted the entire stay. I eventually had to use my generator to protect from the voltage spikes. 22 of the sites are for seasonal campers, and the rest are on a first-come, first-served basis. You need to call the camp manager the day before and see if there are any spots available. They will know if there are any accommodating sites at the other campgrounds as well. Looks like it is a well kept secret for the local population.
Another great ACE campground. Easy access and good signage. Sites were packed gravel so even with the long hard rain, our site drained well. Sites are well laid out with a good view of the lake. Little bit of a hoof to get to the restroom and shower, but well maintained and clean.
Just an overnight stop. Very convenient, right off US231, but not too noisy. Check-in person was very friendly and escorted us to our site and parked us. The weather was rainy so asked for a convenient , pull through for easy exit the next day. Very accommodating and had nice concrete parking pads. Sewer connection was not threaded so needed rubber "donut".