We just returned from an 8 day stay at this beautiful campground. The campground is divided into two sections, "East" and "West" Park. We stayed in the east section and I cannot comment on the west as we only drove through and did not use the facilities there. There are two pools on this property. The one on our side of the campground was quite large and extremely clean. The campsite (#189) was close to the pool, store, and other amenities, yet seemed secluded because of the surrounding pine trees. The majority of the sites have semi private areas and appeared to be seasonals. Regardless, everyone we spoke to was friendly and pleasant. There is a game room on the property that is connected to an AJ's fun center that offered ice cream (must try the chocolate and coconut Eskimo Kisses), mini-golf and go karts. The go karts did run until 11pm each night, but it was not a major noise issue. At night, this campground is so quiet you literally feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. The kids had a blast and would love to go back again someday (this was 10 hours from home for us). They felt more than entertained. The campground staff were friendly without being over-bearing. The restrooms and showers were immaculate. This campground also offered free Wi-Fi, which was spotty, but you could sit up at the office on the quaint front porch and get a connection just fine. The campground also features an entrance gate and is conveniently located just north of Pentwater and Lake Michigan. I would definitely recommend it! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a big park. Has many seasonal campers but very well maintained. The big rig sites were level and had plenty of room. I typically do not like this kind of park, but did enjoy our stay here. The park had plenty of shade. It has two swimming pools and a great park store. You can also get propane at the store. If you have kids: they have a putt putt golf course and a go-cart track. Very close to Pentwater which ia a quaint little town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this park! It is divided into 2 sections (East Park and West Park) with US 31 running between them. We stayed at the East Park. Nice-sized wooded sites with plenty of shade. Many are seasonal, and the people were all so very welcoming and friendly. (First time we ever experienced that with such a heavily seasonal park!) Two pools, one each in the East Park and West Park (although only the East Park one was in use during our stay), basketball court, really nice newer playground equipment, and of course the fun center with go karts, arcade, and mini golf. I personally did not use the restrooms, but my husband and the friends we camped with, said they were very clean. We had a nice lunch one day at the Galley Cafe in the West Park, good food and so friendly! This park is very much family-oriented and quiet, so if you're looking to party, it's not for you. The Wi-Fi is free and worked great for us. The beautiful little town of Pentwater is about 2 miles south of the campground. Don't miss the ice cream at House of Flavors! Silver Lake Sand Dunes is about 20 miles south, and Ludington is approximately 20 miles north. So much to do in the area we couldn't see/do everything. Marked down 1 rating point because there were no cable TV hookups and the second pool was not in use, otherwise this park has everything you could ask for. We will be back without a doubt! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I'm surprised that no one has ever reviewed this campground because it's a special one. While it's very quiet and wooded, it has all the amenities. Two nice swimming pools, a cafe, a go cart track at the entrance and it is just down the street from the quaint little town of Pentwter. I would have given it a 10, but the Wi-Fi was marginal, but hey, it was free. If you are looking for a quiet park by Lake Michigan with stuff for the kids or grand kids to do, this might be the one for you. We camped here in a Motorhome.