This park is fairly new. Sites are gravel with grass in between. Some day there will be shade but the trees are still young. It has a nice pool with a separate splash pad for the kids, however that said, they allow residents from the area to pay a fee to use the pool so it can get busy. A daycare came with about 20 kids while we were here. The WiFi is ok. We didn't have an opportunity to try the restaurant which is also a dinner theatre. The laundry was clean and new. Washers $2.00 and dryers $2.00 but the drying time was almost an hour. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and neat campground. It is a work in progress. Gravel sites and gravel roads with grass between sites. Lots of new trees which will provide shade when they grow. Clean pool and playground. Very personable owners/managers restaurant. Ice cream parlor and bakery are down a walking path from the campground. rate shown is monthly rate with Good Sam discount. We will be back next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a relatively new campground. Away from busy roads and quiet. A very clean facility. Operated by the folks that own Turkeyville Restaurant. Very good food at reasonable prices cafeteria style. The staff were very friendly and helpful. No road noise. A very nice pool with new restrooms, laundry and shower rooms. If you're ever in the Marshall, MI area this would be a hard campground to beat. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Brand new park, opened in 2011, at Cromwell's Turkeyville just north of Marshall MI. Open, gravel sites, good gravel roads. Great pool. Wi-Fi somewhat iffy, but most of the time was good. Had a strong 3G Verizon signal as well. Off I-69 at exit 42, four miles north of I-94 interchange. Penned farm animals (for the kids) and small gage train rides on site. Friendly staff. Of 127 sites, only about 30 campers in the park the 3 nights we stayed in June; maybe because it's not widely listed yet. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.