This RV Park is basically an old mobile home park. The sites are a concrete slab to park next to with water/electric/sewer hookups. The sites are dirt and gravel. There are no restroom/shower facilities. There is nothing except a place to park and hookup. The owner is friendly. Normal rate is $30, which is way too expensive for what it is, but the Passport America rate made this an OK place to spend the night. There is a train that runs once or twice during the day, but I never heard it at night. It is near the airport, but I never heard any plane noise during our stay. It is behind the Circle K gas station with no sign. Call the number and the owner will direct you to your site. We would stay here again.
Sites are all gravel. Some sites are pull-throughs, some sites are back-in. Place is very quiet. Wifi appears to come from the motel, so the sites closer to the front have better wifi signal. I couldn't connect at my site about half-way back. Playground is a little run down, but very usable. Nice place to stay for an overnight.
Park was well-maintained. About half the sites are paved and half are not. The electric/water connections are strangely very far from the sites, so be sure to have plenty of hose and an extension cord (50 ft). The road through the sites is a little narrow and winding, especially in the back section by the dump station, which makes it a little challenging for big rigs. There are lots of trees which also can make it a challenge to back into a site. The playground is excellent. We stayed for an overnight, and would stay here again.
This is a basic park. The sites are all paved, and each has a picnic table and a trash can. Some sites have 30 amp and some have 30/50 amp. The sites on the river side have the electric and water on the wrong side of the RV (passenger side when backing in); the sites on the opposite side of the road have the electric and water on the correct side. There are restrooms near the city pool, but no showers. There are showers in the city pool building, but there is a charge of $2.50 for kids, $3.00 for adults to use the pool/showers. There is a free dump station about 1 mile away at the city treatment plant. Park was quiet. Nice place to stay for an overnight.
Great place for an overnight stop. Our site had two 30-amp connections, but no 50-amp, though there are a few sites with 50-amp, apparently. The sites on the back of the park are not big-rig friendly, but the front and middle sections are fine. There is water near the front gate which can be used to fill your tank. The only water elsewhere in the park is for filling a bucket, and has no hose-fitting. Besides the camp host, we were the only people at the campground (on a Wednesday).
The staff was very friendly. Our rate was with Passport America. There were only two sites remaining to choose between with full hookups and no reservation, so a reservation is recommended. The sites are gravel, though they could use more of it. The playground area, mini golf, and pool are well maintained. WiFi is only accessible near the pool and the barn, we couldn't pick it up at our site. We were only here for one night, but we will definitely be back.
This seemed like a nice park. We got in late (8pm) and left about 9am, so we didn't see much of the park. We arrived after hours, but a lady who worked there pulled in behind us and showed us to a site. Our site was a pull-through, easily big enough for a big rig. The playground was good enough, though a little worn. Wi-fi was good. Our rate was with PA. A little expensive for an overnight, but if you were there to see the area/use the amenities, it would be worth it.
This is the second time we have stayed here. Sites are sand and gravel, as are the roads. The pool is nice. The laundry is good and not expensive ($1 to wash, $1 to dry). Only a few minutes from the beach. No cell phone service if using T-Mobile or ATT.
A nice campground with very nice owners. Roads are paved, sites are gravel. They have the best Wi-Fi I've ever seen at a campground anywhere. We spent the night as tropical storm Ida came through, so we didn't look around too much. The owners were very friendly and helpful. When we pulled up after dark, he came out with a flashlight, helped us to our site, and hooked us up. His wife even came by in the morning to see if we needed to use their phone since I had mentioned that I had no cell phone coverage here (with T-Mobile). Would stay here again and definitely recommend this park.
This park is very run down, probably due to hurricanes. The roads are dirt and the sites are grass. We stayed in site number 1 because it was closest to the Wi-Fi, which was fine, but elsewhere I don't think you would pick it up. There are many holes in the dirt road and the bath house was very dirty, I don't think it is ever cleaned. I think the main business is the "marina" and the RV park is an afterthought. We stayed here because they took Passport America and was near a meeting I had in town. The price is too high for what it is. On the positive side, it is right on the gulf and the view is spectacular.
The roads and sites are gravel, but well-maintained. Wi-fi was great. We stayed in the upper section near the office/laundry. Laundry was reasonable: $1.75 each for wash/dry. Office closes at 5pm. There was a very slight odor to the water, but had I not read the previous review, I probably wouldn't have noticed it. I also had good cell phone service (T-mobile). Nice pond in the upper section, river along the lower section. Bath house in each section (they are about 1/4 mile apart). We stayed for one night, but would stay here again.
Office staff were friendly. The roads and sites are sand. We could feel the RV sliding in the sand while driving, but we never got stuck. They claim to have wi-fi, but signal was too weak to connect, and that was on a site they said had good wi-fi. If you could connect, it was only valid for one hour. Our rate was with Passport America. We just stayed for an overnight, but if you didn't care about wi-fi, it looked like a nice place for a few days vacation.
The roads and sites are gravel. Wi-fi was good. It was below freezing when we arrived and so water was turned off. Others said it had been off since the day before and so they couldn't fill their tanks. We just needed an overnight, so it was fine for us.
The park is very compact with sites close together. The roads are gravel but the sites are concrete pads. The wifi was good. My site kept tripping the 30amp breaker, moved to the 50amp with an adapter and didn't have any more problems. Good place for an overnight, or maybe longer if you have something to do in town.
This is a very large campground, which allows sites to be spread out so you're not right on top of one another. Roads are gravel, sites are gravel/grass/dirt (could use more gravel). Two older, but nice playgrounds. Office staff were very friendly. My rate was using PA. Pricing is a base rate ($29) but then they add on for electric ($3.50-5.50) and sewer ($3.50). We stayed here one night, but would stay again and for longer.
Very nice campground. Gravel roads and sites. Some shade sites, some without shade. Very nice playground for kids. Good Wi-Fi. Looks like they have about 30 more sites in development. Most sites were filled with seasonal rigs so there were only a few available. Our rate was using PA. We stayed for one night, but would stay again and for longer.
An excellent RV Park and very well maintained. The staff are very friendly and helpful. They have sites available from no hookups to full hookups and everything in-between. Main roads are blacktop; sites are gravel/sand. Playground is in good shape, if not a little small. Pool was already closed for the season, but they gave us passes to use the pool at the Best Western hotel nearby. The bathrooms and showers are the cleanest of any RV park I've been to. We stayed here for 4 days.
Your basic RV park: it has gravel roads and sites. There are sites with shades trees and sites without. The Wi-Fi worked well. There is a small playground that is in decent shape. Office staff were friendly. Park is right across the road from Ontonagon river.
Nice campground. Friendly staff. Gravel roads and sites. Some sites without shade, some in the forest and some in between. Wi-fi is in the office, but we had a good signal at our site. Some sites are full hookup, some are water/electric. Our rate was for W/E plus extra $4 for fifth person. We would stay here again.
This is a small RV park next to a town park. There is a lake nearby you can fish in. The road and sites are paved. Sites are first come/first served; no reservations. All sites are full hookup except for one which is water/sewer only. It is right in town so it is very quiet. There is a playground in the park across the street. We stayed here for one night. Good place to stay while you're doing something in town, or just want a place to stop for the night.
Nice park. Lots of trees. There is only electric hookups at site. There is a single water spigot and a dump station (there is a $6 charge to dump). Paved roads and gravel sites. Large playground and pavilion. Nice place for an overnight stay. No water and sewer make it inconvenient for a longer stay.
This park is basically a big grassy field with hookups placed throughout. Sites and drives are all grass, no gravel or pavement. No restrooms or showers (actually, there are three portable toilets by the tenting area). No shade in park. There is a small lake you can fish in (we didn't) and some hiking/walking areas around behind the lake. There is no Wi-Fi. We stayed for one night. Overall, it is a nice place to stop for the night.
Nice campground. Gravel drive and sites. Big thunderstorm while were there, but wasn't muddy anywhere. Nicest showers I have ever seen at an RV park. Good wifi. Small playground. Laundry was locked, but was told there was 1 washer and 1 dryer by another camper. We stayed 1 night.
I was quite impressed with this park. Despite being on the side of a hill, the sites were quite level. Sites and roads are gravel. Great wifi. RV park is in the middle of a ranch. I-90 is visible from park, but far enough away that you can't really hear it. There is a railroad by the highway, which can be heard during the day, but I never heard the trains at night. Staff are very friendly and helpful, and even give you free ice cream at check-in. Would definitely stay here again.
Gravel drive and sites. Gets muddy when it rains/snows. No trees/shade. Inexpensive laundry. Slow Wifi, but it works. Right off interstate, but didn't notice any noise. Nice place for an overnight. We used Passport America discount.
Overall, it was a nice park. Paved drives, but gravel sites. My main complaint was non-working wi-fi. I tried it on two different laptops but it wouldn't connect. Lady in office said it was working for her, so there was nothing she could do. No playground for kids, but kids are allowed. Lots of trees. We stayed just one night.
Overall a great park. It snowed while we were here, so everything was a bit mushy. Gravel sites were level; lots of grass and trees. Kids enjoyed the playground (before it snowed). Laundry is open 24 hours and was very clean. Free wi-fi has a limit of 360 MG over 48 hours, which is fine if you are just checking email, but if you watch TV online you'll use that up in a day. You can see the highway, but I didn't notice the noise. We only stayed here one night.