Bathhouse was old and in need of repairs. On shores of Higgins Lake, however, had a long walk to get to the lake area only to find out that dogs were not allowed in the lake area. Hiking trails were nice. Large sites, however, ours was close to the road and there was lots of traffic noise.
Quiet tree lots some with sight of Lake Michigan. Nice water access but very rocky and not a place to do a lot of swimming but a nice place to walk in sight of the Mackinaw Bridge. Bathhouse was very clean and had been recently remodeled. Firewood was available for purchase at a reasonable rate, however, had to walk a long way carrying it. Sites are large and roomy and having paved roads keeps the dust down within the area.
Sites were small and conjested to attempt to get our smaller motor home into. Had to do a lot of stretching of the power cords to plug in with the location of the power pole. As travel with dogs, prefer a larger site to give them some room to stretch their legs some without taking constantly having to take them walking. Picnic tables for one site are right next to table for the next site over. Did discover some larger campsites in the back section to the north of the bathhouse which might have been better however, we were not offered these sites upon registration. The pool area was so crowded upon checking it out, thought different about going for a swim. Black flies were bad, but this is the case in the UP in early summer. There is a nice indian trading post next door which makes for some interesting shopping. This was our first experience with a KOA Campground. The staff was not helpful and the camp store was void of most necessities, including a cold pop as the pop cooler was empty.
Perhaps the nicest campground have stayed in. Sites are roomy and most have shade. Views of Munsing Bay and Grand Island are awesome. Miles of sandy beach in which to explore. Small campstore did not have many supplies needed for extended stay camping so be prepared to go into Munsing to shop, or bring all that you need for your stay with you. Centrally located to the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore as well as other central UP attractions. Very clean and staff is very friendly and helpful.
Always a nice park to visit, although the sites are on the smaller side. If tent camping one needs to get a site to the south side of the campground on higher ground. Have camped here during a rainy period and the sites in the north central area were floating in a pond which had appeared overnight. Lake is wonderful place to swim and fish. Sandy bottom for children.