I found this park after reading reviews here. What a great find! Clean, quiet park with large sites, we were in #1. There are native trees between the sites and with no one in the site next to us, we can't even see any of the other RV's. Owners are friendly and helpful and as mentioned in previous post, take pride in their small RV park. The showers are in a double wide manufactured home that also includes a rec room, workout room with weights, and a small laundry room. One washer and one dryer. They have a very large video/DVD collection which you are free to borrow from. There is also a book exchange. No cable TV, but local channels are available with antenna. Great Wi-Fi. When in the area, we would not hesitate to stay here again, in fact it will be our first choice.
This is a great BLM campground with some sites right on the San Juan River. No hookups or other extras, but who needs them in this beautiful setting. Pit toilets were clean and odor free. Since previous reviews the campground has been upgraded with many large sites suitable for any size RV. Most sites have shade. If you don't need hookups, this is the place to stay in Bluff. We would stay here again in a heartbeat.
Stayed here six nights, three nights in a very narrow backing site and three nights in a nice pull through. We did not have reservations and the only sites available over the weekend were the not so nice back-in sites. Even though we were lucky to get a site. Clean park with shade and grass. One complaint was the WI-FI was extremely slow or slower with very weak signal.
Very nice park in Amish country. Close to Lancaster attactions. For those who in previous reviews complained about the junk yard, it no longer exist. Very clean restrooms and showers. We spent 6 nights here, the first 3 in a partial hook up site, then moved to a full hookup site for the last three days. (No full hookups were available when we made our reservatons) On the weekend the park was full, but plenty of sites during the week. Helpful staff.
This is a convenient location for the Erie area. It is right off the interstate, but not noisy. Many of the sites are not level front to back, but it didn't create a problem for us. The WIFI is free, but you have to go to the rec room to use it. The back half of the park has seasonal or permanent units, but the park was very neat. They have a great little store and offer Good Sam and AAA discount.
Very nice state park with large paved level sites. Many site have a view of Lake Erie. All of the trees are new and there is no shade. Several miles of paved bike/walking trails. They advertise that there is WiFi, but there is none. You must pay an extra $8 a day or purchase a annual state park pass for $29 (for out of staters). If you plan on staying in Michigan State Parks for more that 3 days, you save a little and more if you use the pass more. This park is a great location if you plan on visiting Detroit or Toledo as it is halfway between them.
Some of the sites are close together but all in all a very nice state park. Lots of bike/walking trails and miles of clean sandy beach on Lake Michigan. They have internet access for an extra fee, but it is not available at your site. You have to go to the office to use it.
Nice state park on the shore of Lake Huron. Some sites a pretty close together, while others have more space. It's the luck of the draw during crowded times. We stayed in the lower campground and had a large shaded site. Due to recent rains, the site was muddy and didn't drain well. We are not Michigan residents so we had to purchase an annual state park pass for $29, $24 for residents. If you don't purchase the pass, it is $8 additional for each day you stay. A little steep for a state park. The pass is worth it if you are staying for an extended period of time or more than 3 days.
Nice quite location, but a little hard to find. Some sites are a little tight with narrow access roads. Staff very helpful. Didn't use the restrooms and showers but did check them out. They were very clean. Great location if you are visiting the Twin Cities. Price a bit steep for my taste but would probably stay here again due to it's location close to sights. WiFi was ok, but slow.
This is by far one of the nicest state parks that we have ever stayed in. The park sits along the shore of Lewis and Clark Lake. The sites are large with a lots of space between you and your neighbor. Most of the sites are shaded with large mature trees. Maintained grass is between sites with large open areas. There are several miles of bike/walking trails. Boat ramps are available along with parking for boat trailers. The restrooms and shower were some of the cleanest we've seen. About 60% of the sites can be reserved, but one whole section is first come, first serve. There is a $5.00 a day charge for access to the park and $2.00 for a lake front site, for a total of $21.00.