This place was awful! All three toilets in one men's room were clogged and overflowing. Men’s showers had only ice-cold water. There was a long wait for both men’s and women’s showers because there aren’t enough of them for the number of campsites. The women’s showers are old and dirty. This facility sits right next to a noisy highway with high-speed traffic. The campers 10 feet from us built a bonfire from lumber they’d brought with them and strong winds blew the nasty, choking smoke right into our rig. It felt like camping in a burn barrel. Flames were still leaping high well past 10 p.m. Other campers built huge fires too (made possible by the campsites’ extra-tall metal fire rings), and as the night went on, swirling winds brought their smoke to us as well. Lemme outta here! We left after that first awful night, even though we’d prepaid for three nights. Later, I noticed that the camp’s official name is City of Munising Tourist Park Campground. You mean to tell me the city owns this dump? Shame on them!
Staff was very friendly. Nice grass-covered spots. Excellent shower facilities. And by the way, there is no charge to take a shower, as one reviewer had stated was the case in 2010. Excellent laundry facility. This campground is close to town, yet quiet. There seemed to be quite a few vacationers staying here for a week or longer.
Very friendly staff. Beautiful setting with rock formations on the grounds, and awesome mountain views. Nice clean and well-maintained showers. (Though they did run out of hot water one night.). Impressive laundry facility. Some sites have shade. Quiet, with almost no traffic noise from Hwy 24. Staff was very accommodating in helping us find a site with shade and electrical hookups to suit our needs.
Very friendly owners and staff. Convenient location, easy to find, close to shops, including a 7/11 a half-block away. Clean and well-maintained shower rooms. A little creek runs right past some of the sites. There's also direct access to a biking/running trail that's partly paved and later turns to crushed stone. We wished we had more than one night to stay here. It's a great place.