This is a City of Menominee owned park. The employees are exceptionally friendly and helpful. The park is extremely clean and well kept. The park offered a monthly rate so the nightly rate quoted in this review would only apply if you stayed an entire month. The grounds were maintained by the City of Menominee and the grass was cut in a timely manner. While we were there, a tree trimming service was called in to trim some of the trees that were overhanging some of the campsites and roads. We would stay here again without hesitation.
This park was ok for one night. The sites are very close together and it is easy to trip on the sewer connection because there is very little room to walk when rigs are parked back to back. The staff however is very friendly.
We stayed for a week and were greatly impressed. The sites are paved and level. There is a wide grassy area between each site, as wide as many state or national parks. The restrooms, showers, and laundry were immaculate. The owner and hosts were extremely friendly and helpful.
Very nice and well run park. We stayed here twice for over two months each time and would come back again. There is a monthly rate. We had a quiet, shady, site away from the highway, and were able to get satellite TV on a tripod. The only thing we didn't care for was the taste of the overly softened water.
We stayed at this campground twice before for a few days each time. This year we stayed for a month. The laundry and restroom/showers were very clean and neat. The Wi-Fi was easy to access and very fast. There are some seasonal rigs at the back of the campground, but they are all in good condition. The owners live on the property and are very nice and helpful. We will stay here again if we are on I-65 in Indiana.
This is one of the most well kept campgrounds we ever stayed at and is in walking distance of downtown shops and museums. The grass sites are level and well spaced. The restrooms and laundry were very clean and nicely decorated. The price is a little 'spendy,' but worth it.
We stayed here five nights. The sites here are level but very close together with not a lot of eye appeal. The staff was friendly and made glacier cruise reservations for us; a cruise shuttle picked us up at the campground office. A plus is that we could walk to "downtown" from the campground.
We stayed here four nights. The staff was friendly and gave helpful information on the attractions in the area. The sites are of ample length and width to be comfortable, with some small trees between the sites.
This is a very nice, friendly campground located between Wasilla and Palmer. Both towns have lots of things to see and do. We stayed here two separate times for a total of seven days. We would stay again if we are in the area.
This is a well kept up campground with friendly staff. They have very long, level, two-rig gravel sites: pull-through for a first rig and back-in for a second rig. We stayed here two nights and would stay here again, possibly for a longer time. The area has a wonderful mining history.