Price reflects a Good Sam discount. We were a bit concerned about this campground before seeing it because Woodalls gave the facilities just two stars. But we threw caution to the wind based on the reviews on this site. This is a lovely campground. The woman checking us in was very friendly; she escorted us to our site. Many seasonals were in one area and all were well kept. The few people who were here mid-week were also very friendly. There was Wi-Fi available at out site (105). AT&T cell phone service also available. Bathrooms older but freshly painted and very clean with dispenser soap and paper towels. We will definitely return for overnights on our travels to other destinations. And in the future we will give more weight to RV Reviews than Woodalls.
We expected to stay here a couple of days and then move on. But we were lucky enough to get a lakefront site just 20 steps from the water. As mentioned by a previous reviewer, the amenities here are few but the experience of camping on Lake Superior more than makes up for what is lacking. We were told when checking in that they do not take reservations after Labor Day and to choose whatever was available. A worker would show up at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. more or less. An older restroom by the lake needed cleaning/updating. A newer one with a pavilion was clean. We ended up staying seven nights and plan to return next year.
Older campground. Would not want to camp here in season as sites were in rows and close to each other. Restroom was clean. Worker who checked us in was friendly. Store was a good size. Good for an overnight off-season only.
Very friendly worker when checking in. Large store. Escorted to our site. Lovely landscaping with lots of flowers and shrubs. Exceptionally clean restroom/showers. Firewood delivered to our site. Other campers (many seasonal) were very friendly. We would camp here again.
Large campground with many sites on a river. There's a short walk to a nice waterfall. There are some indoor hot tubs. There are a bunch of bunnies on the lawn surrounding the office who are very cute and tame. We would return.
Very nice campground. When we couldn't get level on the assigned site we were given a list of all the available ones so we could choose which one we liked best. Many sites were close together. We will definitely return.
This was our second visit. Large store; very helpful workers. This is "city camping" but nicely landscaped with all the amenities. The sites are close together with minimal trees. It's a great place to stay either overnight or for site-seeing in DC. Busses come to the campground all day for transport. Full cable which is unusual; 4 or 5 HBO channels. We will return.
I don't know how this campground earned 4 stars from Woodalls. Convenient to Rt. 29. One loop with sites right next to each other. The woman who checked us in was a sourpuss. We had planned to stay two nights but just didn't feel comfortable.
Beautiful location. Almost all sites are well-spaced and wooded. Owners on premises; very pleasant and helpful. Firewood is delivered to your site. Internet access was hit or miss but we were warned about this. This was our second visit and we plan to return.
We stayed here one night. Many seasonals. The bathroom and shower in the area where our site was were very rustic. Would forgo a shower before I would ever use it. The workers were pleasant. Would probably not return.
This was our second visit to this campground. It is still very nice, clean, with friendly owners. They have expanded and now have some seasonals and they are nicely spaced and well kept. The teenage daughter puppy-sits and also babysits. When we realized we forgot our grill at home we were offered the owners' grill to borrow. We would definitely return.
We stayed here four nights and it was a pleasant experience. Most of the RV sites are not secluded but we were lucky to get one. The owners are very friendly and helpful. This is a rustic campground at the end of a mile of dirt road but worth the drive. A newspaper was delivered to us on Saturday and Sunday, free coffee was also available on week-ends. On Sunday we were treated to homemade and delicious blueberry muffins! On Saturday night a New England dinner (boiled ham, potatoes, carrots) was offered to all interested campers. Friendly campers, family atmosphere. We would definitely return.
Very nice campground. May be too crowded in the summer but it was quiet with very few campers in September. Many seasonals that were all very well kept. Everything was very clean. Workers were helpful and polite. There were also many very nice tent sites. We will return again off-season.
This was one of the nicest campgrounds we stayed in during our month-long cross-country trip. The bathrooms were the cleanest we've ever seen! The staff were all very pleasant. When we woke and discovered we had a flat tire the female owner/manager came with an air compressor and then called ahead for us to the tire repair shop in town where we could get the flat fixed. Less than 50 yards from the campground office is the Colonial Restaurant which served the best cheeseburger we ever ate!
This is not your typical KOA campground. It is hilly and wooded. The owners were pleasant. We were escorted to our site. Bathrooms very clean and nicely decorated. Our only problem is that we couldn't gain access to the internet at our site. When we called the office they said it was probably because everyone was using it at the same time. We would return to this campground.
This campground was so clean! The bathrooms were sparkling! The morning we were there we saw the man in charge cleaning a picnic table; even the underside of the table! Unbelievable! The staff was very pleasant. The campground was very hilly and our site was on a stream. The sites were small but the unique setting made the smallness tolerable. The campground is in the process of being enlarged. We will definitely return.