If you are visiting the Oakland County area there are not many RV parks to choose from. We stayed here during our second week in Oakland County and should have started out here. Level cement pads and patios, decent grass and adult activities. Park models in back and some permanent RV's. This is an adult community but there are kids visiting grandparents. Walking distance to stores and restaurants. 1/2 hour to Great Lakes Outlets. Office people are very friendly.
Huge complex. We had a nice clean pull through site within walking distance to the lake. Being seniors we led a quieter life than most others. Lots of kids and watercraft. Easy drive to Page and a nice resort/hotel nearby. The best national RV park we have been to.
For $15 this place was great. The cement sites were doubles so if you parked behind someone who was staying longer than you you would have to back out. The trees were overgrown and scraped the side of the RV. Long walk to casino. Still for the money you can't beat it. You park the RV and check in at the hotel registration desk in the casino to pay. Two hours west of Mackinaw on US2. Not many places to eat in between.
Stayed only one night. We are seniors, we have a newer fifth wheel and we were placed on the site closest to the road and highway. With the air on we had road noise as expected. Site was shaded and was a back in. They had pull ins but they were already full. We didn't come here for the entertainment - we needed a place to park with electric and sewer for the night and it fit the bill nicely. It was 10 minutes from town.
Wanted to stay near Lake Geneva in a decent park and this was about all we had to choose from, forty miles away. Being seniors we did not need it to be kid friendly and it truly looked to be. Lots of kids and a nice pool. A little noisy later in the evening but it eventually simmered down.
The only thing I can say negative about this park is that the trees are still small so there is no shade. Otherwise it is one of the best we stayed in. Beautiful pool area and dog run. Clean,clean, clean. We plan on staying here again on our way home and spending more time in Deadwood which is only 10 minutes away.
This park was one of worst we ever stayed in. The site was uneven gravel/mud, the area around the RV was mud and some green weeds. We were under trees that provide shade but the mosquitoes were horrible. The playground was mud not mulch, the miniature golf was cement - no Astro turf, the bounce houses were covered in mud and the boats floated in green water. Permanent RV's had junk all around them. The workers were very nice though.
We took three young (9,7,7) granddaughters to Michigan Adventure and Water Park across the street but they liked the RV park's pool the best. Could have saved $130 by just forgetting Michigan Adventure. Duck Creek has one of the cleanest bathrooms I have seen. I gave all three girls a shower in their own stalls - no problem. They liked the play area and I felt safe letting them go on their own although we were parked close enough to see them. Nice picnic tables and noticed workers washing them down after a camper left. Nice cement fire pits too. No fast food around. Have to go one exit North on 31 to get a Mickey D's. Close to Grand Haven which has a wonderful downtown. Took girls horseback riding. They loved that. Would come back again.
Couldn't ask for a nicer place for seniors. Definitely not a kid park like Yogi Bear. Sites are perfectly maintained and spaced really far apart. Being a condo park there are full timers there for the season. Rigs must completely vacate in October. Wi-Fi and cable always worked, no charge. Showers are actually private bathrooms with toilet, sink, shower and lots of floor space. Decorated like a beautiful home. Space is provided to store a toy hauler or boat. Free use of new Electra cruiser bikes. Traverse Bay is only 10 minutes away. Wineries and stands selling cherries when in season all around. Elk Lake and Torch Lake nearby if the Grand Traverse Bay is too big. Vibrant Traverse City provides a multitude of dining choices. 22 miles from Sleeping Bear Dunes and a short drive to Petosky, another nice lakeside town. Two miles from Turtle Creek Casino, shuttle service available. Take a ride on a "tall ship" in the bay. Bike along the bay on miles of paths.
What the previous reviews say is absolutely true. I am a picky clean and neat person and this is truly a gem. Besides Gold Canyon in Ariz this is my favorite. 5 miles from Naples and two from Marco Island. I would bet this place is full in the winter.
They offer sites on the sand on the ocean or on a concrete pad across the street. Staff guides you in. Ocean sites were packed in big time. Since we were there on off season the street side was empty. The concrete pads were level and clean, very little grass but I guess that is because it would only die in the heat. Daily charge was high because we had to pay electric also. No Wi-Fi, cable was good. 10 miles south in Benita Beach there is a dog park on the gulf. Dogs run free on a sand bar.
We were there to visit friends from the Villages. So convenient. Sites were scraggly and needed to be maintained better but we did stay in off season. Not much grass, but did have ants. Couldn't find the sewer hookup easily because it was buried. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi. Beautiful pool. Picnic tables needed work too. I would stay here again.
Staff and security were helpful. Location is great - just across the street from Graceland and behind the Heartbreak Hotel and Museums. Had to drive for a good restaurant. Too many permanent RVers with junk around their rigs. Picnic tables were all broken. Small pool looked clean. If I were to go back to Graceland (which I am not) I would stay here again because of the convenience.
This park was highly recommended to us. Obviously our standards are different. We were to stay a whole week and stayed only two nights. The public washrooms were filthy, full of sand and cold - no heat in Feb. The pool was empty. We did have a nice site on the beach but our neighbors were only arms length away. On one side the fellow had tool benches set up and looked like he was a full timer. There are lots of park models packed in that look ancient and seem to have a beer sign in all windows. My guess is that this place is hopping in the summer. I would say of all the places I have seen in the US, the Colorado River here is the most gorgeous. Palm trees, mountains and river - it is all here. If we come again to the area we will bring a small boat.
Expensive even in September when a lot of their services were closed for the season. Conveniently located just outside the park. The Big Red Bus picked up on site. We even had a dog sitter just down the street. The park was clean, the staff was very helpful and always available. Not close to any open restaurants.
We intended to stay one night and stayed three. We had a nice pull through with a cement pad. Not much landscaping at the sites but it is the desert. One hour from Tombstone and Tucson; and two hours from Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Showers and laundry room were clean but on the old side. Pool was freezing cold. Jam fest was being held in clubhouse. Nice field next door to run a dog.
We spent a month here and would have stayed longer if we could. People are super friendly and the club house and pool are superior. We found the showers as clean as any top notch hotel. Hiking trails all around, mostly up into the mountains. We loved the howling coyotes and the view of the Superstition Mountains from our site. Restaurants are both close by and 20 miles away in Mesa. We signed up for three months next winter.