This is a concessionaire operated campground within the Hiawatha National Forest on the Upper Peninsula. Considered "primitive" but sites are nice, private with lots of room. Water pump available at entrance. Vault toilets, no showers. Toilets are very clean and kept that way by the camp hosts. Whole park very clean, no trash seen. Lake front sites available, some with access to launch kayak or tie up boat near your site. Firewood for sale at camp host site or can use the "down and dead" rule. Generators allowed but not after 10pm. Paved road. All sites are shaded as you are in the forest. Very relaxing. Fishing in lake allowed but need license. Fire rings at all sites. Camped here for 4 weeks. Will go back there again.
Camped here from beginning of October to end of November while working for Amazon. Like the larger sites and quiet atmosphere here. Did not feel cramped at all. Some sites not level but not a problem for us. Owners very helpful, allowing us to change sites when we got bigger camper. Also allowed us to get mail delivered there. We compared them to other campgrounds recommended by Amazon and found this to be the best for roomy sites, quiet neighbors and atmosphere. Nice laundry room, game room/activity room and separate adult lounge with big screen TV. Dogs loved all the walks and things to check out. Also had an area I could play ball with them. All the campers here were friendly and considerate. Everything was very clean. We will be back here again.
Still under construction. Open for self contained units. Good paved roads and large gravel sites. Bathrooms, showers, laundry, office and recreation room still under construction. They will have tent camping, rental units, boat launch, fishing, water/electric only sites, dump station, and other attractions as they complete each phase of the campground.