I took our son here for a schools out father and son camping trip. Upon registering I told them that I would be staying two nights, and possibly a third, they said it would not be a problem. After the second night they told me I had to check out by noon. I was very displeased with the quality of the staff and the rates. I e-mailed my disappointment to the host, only to receive a response of "oh well". They do have two lakes, one for swimming and one for fishing and canoe rentals. There is a waterslide as well. The camp store is stocked with everything you could need.
We stayed here in the winter, without the kids, but it was a beautiful area. The sites were covered in wood chips and it was noisy, but the whole campground was here for the same event, so we weren't inconvenienced at all. The staff was also very accommodating. Plenty of biking and hiking trails. The City of Traverse City is not far away.
We stayed here twice this year, and it was beautiful both times. There are two lakes, one for just fishing and the other for just swimming. This campground also has a driving range. The campground has a lot of activities for kids and adults. Also Cabela's is a very short drive away which is a must for any outdoor enthusiast.
We stayed here twice this year, both times in mid October. The hosts were outstanding. The showers were extremely hot. Plenty of things for the kids to do. Have a water trampoline with a beautful lake that has canoe and paddle boat rentals at the campground. Area state land near by for excellent hunting or hiking.
We stayed at this campground twice this year. Once in the summer and then again for in Nov. for hunting season. You have to pay for showers which for the daily rate of the sites I thought was a little strange. The camp store has everything you need. When we stayed in Nov. they had already turned off the water which wasn't that big a deal, however we did run out of propane and there is really no staff in the winter months. The city of Oscoda is near by along with some great golfing. The national forest is directly across the street. There is a huge lake with access on the property. Nice playground for the kids as well.
This is a very nice campground near Port Huron (approx 15-20 min.). There is a swimming lake that allows catch a release, and there is also a lake/stream that allows catch and keep fishing. Plenty of things for the kids to do. Nice trails for mountain biking (extreme), and hiking. They also have cabins. The showers were clean but you had to pay for them. Nice get-away from the Detroit area about 60 mi north/east.
We stayed here while going to Michigan Adventure which is approx 20 min away. The campground was very clean had just been taken over by new owners that season. There is a play ground for younger kids and a very nice pool. The camp store didn't have a whole lot but I'm sure it was just a start for them. The sites are the biggest I have ever seen, I'm not sure of the exact size but there was a lot of room. There was a golf course right down the road that looked very nice as well.
We stayed here in early June, the campground was under new ownership, that was having a family crisis, so at the time the store wasn't open and there was no staff, but they called every day on my cell phone to see if there was anything we needed. If we needed wood there was plenty available and it was on the honor system. They told me they had plans to run cable that summer. The campground is close to Hanson Hills Ski area and across the street from Camp Grayling military base.
This is a state campground. We stayed here twice this year and it was very nice both time. There are some sites that are more secluded then others. The staff was on top of any problems that arose. There wasn't a whole lot for kids to do right in the camping area but you could walk/ride or drive to other parts of the state park to enjoy the lake and playgrounds. Very nice place to stay at a reasonable rate.
We stayed here over Memorial Day weekend. This was a beautiful campground. There is a lake that offers swimming, fishing, and canoing. There is also a separate small lake on the grounds just for fishing. The sites are close together. There is a store that has pretty much everything. The campground is located in a DRY county, so you would have to bring in your own beverages. Plenty of things for the kids to do as well, young or old.
We stayed here in mid April, though it was a little chilly, the park itself was pretty empty except for people camping for the same event. The bathroom were clean and park officials where very accommodating. This is a state park and a must stay.