This is a must stop park if you are traveling on I-94 or even I-80/90 and you have a day or two. From an RV perspective, it's a nice, basic state park with the advantage of 30 & 50 Amp service. No water or sewer, but they do have a good dump station. The real attractions are the sand dunes and the beach on Lake Michigan. It's very nice and unique. And each site has these industrial strength fire pits for some nice campfires. I was fortunate as the park was probably only at 20% occupancy, so I felt like I had the place to myself. I had my pick of sites, and choose a very easy drive through site. It is a little close to I-94, and at night you can hear the trucks off in the distance. The staff were very nice and helpful, but they were definitely all business. The no alcohol signs were everywhere and you could just tell, it was not a place you wanted to be drinking from a open container. Definitely a solo cup environment. But if you want to spend the day hiking the southern shores of Lake Michigan, this is well worth the stop.
This is a very nice family owned campground. I stayed here overnight on my way south from Toronto enroute to Notre Dame. I arrived late but the owner was just a call away and came to check me in. Instead of putting me into a transient pull through, she upgraded me to a gorgeous site overlooking one of the seven lakes that are part of this campground. Only 10 minutes off of I-69. I highly recommend this place. Just wished I had a few days to hang out and take it all in.
Very nice well laid out RV park. Located about 3 miles off of I-81. We called the day before and made reservations. They could not have been friendlier. We arrived late in the evening, so the office was closed, but the roads were well marked and very wide. The sites were well marked and the transient area was completely open. We had the place to ourselves. My only issue was we wanted to have a clear access to the southern sky for Directv purposes, and the site we had was obstructed by trees. We moved from the assigned spot to one that give us a clear shot at the satellite which did not seem to bother anyone. Too bad it was pouring rain the next day as we would have liked to walked around and explored the camp, but the weather was terrible. You do have a short couple of miles to drive on a small road off of the interstate, but it's very manageable. First rate operation.
This is an excellent RV park. I called from I-81 and got immediate attention. Very friendly and professional operation from the second I arrived. They checked me right in, had an escort fill up my propane tanks, and then guide me to a nice level concrete pad. All of the hook ups were clearly marked and accessible. They have a nice store on site and it was just a well run operation. If you are traveling on I-81 it's about 5 miles off of the interstate accessible by a brand new 4 lane state highway.