Have stayed here before and always enjoyed my stay. Quiet and peaceful, with enough room for larger rigs and motor homes. Nice location, not far from Mackinaw area or Petoskey without all the congestion of staying there. Elk frequent the property, so get up early and go for a walk, you won't be disappointed! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our paddle group stayed here, and the very nice owner gave us a whole section to camp in. It appears that they did a lot of upgrading in the past few years; the sites are spacious and shaded (but not very level); the interior roads are gravel and smooth - but the 3/4 mi gravel public road leading to this park is "washboarded to the max". (Certainly not the RV Park's fault). To its credit - it's a wonderfully quiet place; we heard Loons calling in the distance as we sat around the campfire. The owner mentioned that the economy has been bad, and he might not have the park open past July. By all means, call to make sure this place is open before arriving! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We looked on the internet as saw very nice pictures of a grassy campground. We booked our sites and when we arrived we found a very dry sandy open campground that turned into a dust bowl every time a car drove by. The pool is a mile from the campsites and the road to the campground was dirt and hilly. This campground was not what we like and we left. The owners were very nice and gave us a full refund. I would never return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.