We have camped here every summer since 2008 and have gotten to know everyone that is here. This is an excellent park that is improving every year. A previous post stated that it is a membership park which is incorrect. It is a public park that allows members from it's sister park to camp if space is available for a limited number of them. The owners live locally within 20 miles of the park and are often seen at the park during the week. When the park is closed for the winter, reservations are made through an office in Michigan, during the open season, reservations are made at the park. ( FYI- Cabin # 6 has a bed, a futon and a loft for sleeping bags/ air mattresses) We have rented them for visiting family members. As far as I am aware, 'Michigan" only handles membership questions/issues, all other problems are handled quickly by the staff. We have never had any problem with the park other than no sewer at the sites. They have an inconvenient pump wagon but a new sewer system is supposed to be in place next summer. They have lots of stuff for kids to do on holiday weekends and it is really close to the horse track. Great place, you should try it!
I guessed at the daily rate. We planned on staying here for the winter but changed our minds one week after we arrived. The managers from last year are gone and took the friendly personality of the park with them! The new managers are detached and the park is rundown compared to last March-2009. Debris everywhere, all the time with only one guy who appears to be doing all of the work. The rigs are packed in like sardines. Bugs are horrible. The Wi-Fi was down the entire time we were there. Too many dangerous trees with dead limbs hanging over the rigs. It looks like a 'shanty town' with torn screen tents, overcrowded sites filled with ugly lawn ornaments, some strewn with chairs, toys and lumber. One sight has a cobbled up homemade greenhouse that is an eyesore at best. The management allows a 4 wheeler/ATV to be ridden throughout the park and allows dangerous dogs in the park as well. After witnessing a small dog attacked by a large husky, (we later found out it attacked another dog a week before and still wasn't forced to leave after the second attack), lack of general maintenance in the park, overcrowding, bugs and an unfriendly feeling in the park, we decided to leave and not ruin our winter. If you are staying a night or two it might be OK but I would not recommend a long term stay, unless the cheap price is your only concern. "You get what you pay for sure" applies to this park.
I guessed at the daily price, we are long term. We are wintering here and have found our home away from home! The park is neat, clean and friendly. You feel like you have known the folks here forever the minute you walk in the door. Sites are level with a concrete pad and different sizes to accommodate everyone. Lots of activities. Haven't noticed any bugs like other nearby parks. Great clubhouse and pool. Close to everything! We love it here!
We stayed here one night while visiting Lancaster enroute to Florida. It is a very clean park. The individual sites seemed roomy but close to each other. We were assigned a double site. This is an odd set up. We were parked on the left side of the site, parallel with the road. The other half of the sight had a class C pulled into the right side, parallel with the road. The back of their rig was about 5 feet from the front of ours. Instead of the sites being shaped like a 'T', they could have easily made them like a 'Y' which would have made more sense.
We stayed one night while passing through the area. It's a bit of a drive off I-81, and the roads near the park are very rough. The staff is friendly. Drawbacks include entry road and too many trees. The road to our site was very narrow with many trees. If they cut down half the trees and fixed the entry road, it would be a better park. Wi-Fi was strong, and we had a pull through that was adequate. For $10 with coast to coast it was reasonable for one night.