A very nice RV park in the desert. All interior surfaces are red pea gravel which drains quickly in the event of rain. The sites are spacious and level, separated from each other with post and rail fences. Interior roads are wide enough to provide comfortable site access. Several sites have mature leaf trees which provide shade and there's landscaping with native (non-prickly) plants as well. The park is visually very appealing. There's a fenced dog run of a good size; dogs must be leashed but can be walked throughout the park. The restrooms were very clean. The facilities are dated but in excellent working order with plenty of hot water and great water pressure in the showers. Before we checked in, the owner drove us around in a golf cart and pointed out sites which would be suitable for our outfit, allowing us to select the site we preferred. There's a club house which he plans to remodel and make available for community functions; laundromat, heated pool. And a free shuttle service to Tombstone and back. We definitely will camp here again and highly recommend the RV park.
This is a very nice state park. The sites are spacious. They have level asphalt pads, picnic table, fire ring. Each site is surrounded by shrubs and tall grasses which allows for some privacy. There are water spigots in each loop as well as designated drains to dump grey water. The restrooms and showers were very clean and well maintained. We camped in September and had a large choice of sites available. They offer bicycles for rent and the park lends itself well to biking. Highly recommend.
This is overall a nice, clean campground in the Allegheny Mountains. Restrooms and showers are very clean. Has a coin operated laundry room. Free Wi-Fi. The only drawback is that the sites across the creek tend to get very soggy when it rains with standing water in several of them. The sites on the other side of the creek are a little higher and have gravel but they've always been occupied by seasonals whenever we've been there. Quiet, well maintained, very clean facilities.
This was our third year staying at this campground. The location is fantastic, right on Lake Superior with a very nice strip of sandy beach. The park has two sections. The older one is made up of grassy fields with power poles, water stand pipes, picnic tables and fire rings throughout. You just pull in where you like and hook up. There is a restroom and shower house serving this section. The newer part has paved or gravel back-in sites, many of which are directly on the lake, and a more modern bathroom facility. While the setting is very pleasing, the facilities continue to decline each year. The restroom/showers in the older section are nasty and grungy. They need to be pressure washed and disinfected. Large patches of loose tile, insects and spider webs were everywhere. The trash containers were often full. "Out of order" signs were displayed on several toilet stalls. Mold/scum/crud was on the shower walls and floors. The bathrooms in the new facility are better but the showers, though larger, are just as dirty. The Wi-Fi didn't work last year and didn't work this year either. The answer we were given was the same: it works if you sit on the swings in the playground or the tables outside the bathroom. Many of the RV sites as well as the paths to the beach are infested with poison ivy. This park clearly lacks maintenance. We won't be back and that's a shame because the location really is very nice.
This park has two distinct sections which are roughly divided by the main access road. To the left are the sites preferred by big rigs and to the right you'll find smaller units and tents. This appears to be the older section of the park. The bath house and showers in this older portion are nasty and could do with a serious pressure washing and renovation. The bath house in the newer section is more modern and acceptably clean. Wi-Fi is free and reliable. We camped in the older part which is made up of large grassy areas with standpipes and electrical hookups. It doesn't have specific sites, you just pull up to the utilities and connect. Each utility island serves four units. The campground has a nice beach for walking. It's a pet friendly place and also host to numerous geese. Overall, it was pretty clean and we'll stay there again. It's a good base camp for exploring the many sights that part of the UP has to offer. Grocery stores and laundromats are in nearby Munising and be sure to check out the Falling Rock Cafe. Once the older shower facilities are updated this CG would qualify for a rating of 10.
This is one of our favorite parks on the Upper Peninsula. It's on a bay looking out at Les Cheneaux Islands. The park is at the end of a private road, very secluded, yet near Cedarville where there is a good grocery store, drug store, hardware store, and basic hometown restaurants. The bath house and laundry are very clean. They're located a bit of a walk away from the main camping area. Access is secured via a number key pad. There was a small fee for Wi-Fi but the connection was reliable and available 24/7. The park is very well maintained; the sand on the beach is raked daily and Adirondack chairs are placed along the shore line for guests. We highly recommend this campground.
The park was nearly empty, allowing us to select the site we wanted. We chose a pull-through with a paved pad which was perfectly level. The site had grassy areas to the right and left and a clean, painted picnic table. We used the heated bath house and laundry. Both were clean. We especially enjoyed the two fenced dog play areas which had agility equipment for tiny little dogs and waste bags/trash cans. It was pleasant to be able to let the dogs off lead in a fenced yard. While we were packing up in the morning a young man came by in a golf cart and took away our trash. The park has 'super sites' which have brick patios, screened gazebos, and BBQ grills. Looks like it would be a very busy place during the summer season.