We were hauled our trailer from Canada Oct. 2011 and stayed for 5 weeks. We liked the park so much we left our trailer their in storage as we returned home for Christmas. We returned back to the park at the end of January 2012 and are staying until May. We are planning on booking this park again for next year. The staff and owner/operator are extremely friendly and if you need or want something, just ask! Lots of activities going on, including a free weekly basic computer workshop for all levels. Dancing to bands, bingo, cards, billiards, and more will occupy your time. Daily group walks are arranged to keep you in shape. There is no problem with noisy dogs and there are quite welcomed and have their own bath and running area. The rec center is the place to be as each day of the week something is happening. Outside you are 10 minutes away from shopper's paradise, just ask my wife. I have found many rivers and lakes to kayak and hike. As for the Wi-Fi, I take several online video courses and have found the Internet fast and reliable.
The only reason this is not a 10 is that it is not directly on the ocean. We stayed here in October 2011 after researching parks in Florida for over a month during the winter of 2011. We spoke (via social media) with people who have stayed here and everyone said they loved the park. After staying for 5 weeks October 2011 we had to head back to Canada for Christmas, etc. We booked this park again for Feb to May. VERY friendly staff. Owner is available 24/7 and is a hands-on operation. Lots of fun activities including a free weekly computer class for all levels. Pool is heated and clean. Wi-Fi is good as I use it for video computer training courses I take regularly and have no problem with the connection. We have no complaints and have already booked for next year. I highly recommend this park for one night or a full season. This park has regulars who just keep coming back, like us now.
Loved this park. Excellent kayaking, both in the lake and nearby rivers. Park is clean and quiet with some short trails to hike. Not much else going on in the park HOWEVER a short drive into the rustic old town of Port Austin is a trip you won't forget. We will return.
Too open with no privacy. Yet the park is well kept, sites are a stone's throw from the lake. The kayaking and swimming is great. Rifle River is a must to kayak on as the river moves slowly downstream. We would go back and know people who return there every year.
The camp host kept control of this park. The sites are small and very open. No lakefronts but a short walk gets you to Lake Huron. We stayed here summer 2010 and 2011. This is very close to our home which make it nice. Close to shopping and restaurants. AMAZING beach! White sand and you can find a private spot walking either way a bit. Great value for the money and we WILL return for a weekend...week might be too long as their isn't much happening.