We took three of our grandchildren and our youngest daughter here for obvious reasons: kids love WDW. So for this reason alone it doesn't get much better than this. Access/processing took at least 20 minutes with all of the material on the park that is presented to you and Q/A period that the staff/members provide for you. But it is Disney and one needs to be informed. All this being said it is a nicely planned park with paved level sites and well placed hook-ups. No problem for our large D/Pusher navigating the park. The amenities are unparalled and the staff is not only great but very helpful. Impressed that they are always so pleasant and never seem put off by anything asked of them. The piped in music was a very pleasant touch at night for us, as were the multi-color changing Mickey street lamps. They urge use of rental or privately owned golf carts for getting around the campground but it is not strictly enforced. The carts rent for $50 plus dollars a day! The only problem we had in the campground was with a dryer that ate quarters but didn't want to dry. Staff was notified and attended to us and the problem right away. Surprised? Never at Disney!! We look forward to returning to this magnificent destination.
We had an outstanding experience here from the moment we arrived. The upper reaches of Michigan are well worth the trip from anywhere in the country. They are building sites in the third phase of construction here, where ownership is the goal for the family who runs the operation. If we were to buy, it would be here. Aside from the obvious beauty of the lush landscaping and water features, most sites have beautifully constructed bungalows that have full amenities for winter travel or extra guests. This is a luxury Class A only park. Sales will go well here regardless of the economy. It is simply one of the top 5 or 10 RV Resorts in America. Again I come back to the way the staff fusses over your every need. We had a little problem with the coach that required some outside professional expertise. This family went above and WELL beyond to see us through to our satisfaction. The stone paver patios, many with propane fireplaces, outdoor grills and refrigerators are not only ample but additionally have large pergolas built onto them. A classy well managed resort that promises to get better and better. Don't miss this one!!
This is a difficult park to rate. The plusses are: it is a short and pretty direct access off of and back to the beltway; very good amenities w/pools and cafe; transportation right from the park to all DC attractions; no access problems for our 41' coach; great cable; knowledgeable staff and ample supplies offered in park store. The not so great features are: it feels like an older dated park w/o much emphasis on aesthetics; the sites are understandably tight considering the cost of real estate in the DC area; a number of sites are graveled and could use new gravel w/better grading; and it is difficult leaving the park if you are turning left, crossing oncoming traffic that whizzes along in both directions in front of the campground. With a large M/Home (and there are many there) w/toad it can be very nerve racking!! No one seems to slow down knowing M/Homes exit there daily. Overall it is a very convenient stop for us headed south to SC & FL each year. This is a professionally run park in one of the most important cities in the world. And they have virtually no competition!!
Very large woodsy campground that is quite spread out. It was a little tricky maneuvering our 41' M/Home through the access roads to our site in many areas. Once we reached our sandy/gravel site it was very expansive and private. Sites were very level and hook-ups were conveniently located. They have a newer camp store that is well stocked with camping needs. We would return as this is a great area to spend time. On a previous trip we attended the hot air ballon festival nearby. Each Sept this event is held and if you've never been to one it is well worth doing so. A spectacular event.
We love Maine and this is a very nice former KOA campground. Very good access for our 41' M/Home. We especially liked the roomy back in site along the nicely built, stone paver wall. The sites were level with crushed gravel and a grass matted carpet (Astro turf) patio. Very well equipped camp store and helpful staff. Treed and open sites are available and there was ample room for an almost 13' tall rig. It is on the expensive side but well maintained and with such a short season they are justified.
We chose this campground based on close proximity to Frankenmuth attractions. It has easy access, in a very nice clean park, for a 41' Motorhome. The sites are indeed very close with the exception of a few that were in a smaller section of the campground. The site we were given had a tree limb in the way of our LR slide and it was quite unlevel. A staff member came down on a golf cart and drove me around to find a suitable site. They were very happy to accommodate us. The sites are fine gravel and the interior roads are paved. The camp store was very nice and the "Mrs." bought a cute little stuffed St. Bernard in a travel case. So now we have a pet. We found that Yogi was frequently spotted everywhere in the park. A nice touch for the kids was the ice cream wagon that was pushed around the campground by two young ladies. It is a nice park that we will visit again; although we found that it was expensive for a park with tight sites and no cable.