Great little park. Just as advertised. Not an RV resort, but just good friendly folks and a nice camping. Everything neat and clean. Restrooms/showers really neat and clean. FHU sites with 77 channel cable TV and free Wi-Fi that really works. Easy access to I-95.
Older but well kept. Everything was clean and tidy. Maybe not a destination but a great overnight stop with easy on/off I-95 and just about everything you would need at South of the Border. One thing for sure, you can't miss it. Billboards for 50 miles either side of South of the Border.
Great hosts, friendly and helpful. Nice site with Chickahominy River view. Boat launch and fishing docks on site. Easy access and plenty of parking. These are newer camp sites upgraded to FHU, 30 amp electric. The down side for some might be the 'Main Camp'. Many older RV's used as Summer fishing rigs and a few year round residents. Not a problem for us. Restrooms/showers were dated, but always very clean.
The paved camp site was FHU with Wi-Fi and cable TV. Access to it was really tight even with our 27 ft 5er. Big rigs beware. No turn around and the access road is really tight. The view of the French Broad River was worth it though. The back bumper of our 5er was at rivers edge. Restrooms very nasty.
One of the oldest Michigan State Parks and one of the nicest. A hidden gem. The only sand dune on Lake Huron, nice beach, quiet, peaceful, just a really nice park. The only negative is the lack of cell service there (not the parks fault). TV is spotty but we managed to get the major networks. Dump station is easy access and fresh water is available there (fill on the way in). No real pull through sites but no real 'bears' either. 40 footers need to be mindful of their chosen site and make sure it will fit. New playground should be in place 2012 season. No waterfront sites but a few are water view. Internet at McDonalds about 8 miles away in Rogers City and laundry too. Be sure to visit Plath's meat market. Homemade hotdogs and sausages. Over all a great stay.
Really nice park but some of the lakefront sites difficult to get into. Nearest laundry is in Seymore about 18 miles but lots of shopping there too. Brown county and Louisville a short drive. Be sure to get fresh water at any of the fountains located around the park before you park in the non full hookup sites (we didn't know) also full hookup site off the lake. The road back to the State Park is narrow.