I was a seasonal here so the $25 reflected my 100 days at site. About 60% of sites are seasonal. Park is well taken care of. Staff is friendly. This is pretty much an older cliental with no activities for kids. The park is pretty quiet during the week. Internet was good but a little slow. No cable for TV. About 2 miles from Lake access. They close mid October. Restaurant was pretty nice. You could sit outside on porch during nice mornings. Relaxing stay. Would definitely come back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We did not stay here, but previewed it prior to a 2 week stay in the South Haven area. It was a very well kept park, but very few spaces were open and I would NOT want to try and back anything larger than 35' or so into most of the spots. There were many trees that would be a problem with manuvering. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice shady park with level back-in sites. The bathhouse and laundry are great. No pets were allowed when we were here. The gentleman showed us a site and we requested the one next to it. There was no problem and he helped us back right in. The 30/50 amp is still a problem. If 50 is taken, you're stuck with 30 but we haven't had any problem with the A/C, appliances running on 30 so far and it is in the 80s. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I would like to differ with the preceding rating of Cousins' campground. We have stayed at this campground many times and have had a wonderful visit. The prior commentary had many inaccuracies, first of all there isn't a pool, the campground is located within a mile of Lake Michigan. The owners are very personable. The shower building is immaculate, which it seems that the previous campers failed to look at. As a dog owner,
my pet is more than welcome, but that would be due to the fact that we take care of our dog and clean up after it. It sounds to me that this camper had an attitude problem and didn't review this campground accurately. We camped here in a camper.
What a miserable place! The owners should find another line of business, not a bit friendly. The sites are much too close. Difficult to get in and out and not much room to park your tow vehicle. There are only 4 pull-through sites. They claim to have 30 and 50 amp hook-ups at each site, but fail to mention one electrical post must be shared by 2 sites. If you require a 30 amp, but are the 2nd coach there needing 30 amp, be prepared to get a lengthy speech from the owner about how it cost him $80 a piece to install electrical posts at each site and, "do I know how much it would cost to provide everyone with 2-30's & 2-50's?" Then walk back to the office to obtain an adapter from his charming wife to the tune of an $18 deposit. She scowls each time you come into the office and finds it too difficult to raise her hand to so much as wave or acknowledge you anyway. Pets are allowed, but you'll learn in short order they are not welcome. Must have a million signs placed around the park saying, "Keep Dogs Away." We camped here in a camper.