We were a little disappointed in this park after all the good reviews we read. The biggest issue was the sites; the majority are back in and are not large. The pull throughs are nice, but they do not have many of them. I reserved a year out and asked for a pull through, but did not have one for me when I arrived. The clubhouse and activities are nice and have lots to do. The price is $575 a month plus your electricity, so about $675 a month, very high considering the small sites. Views are nice on the east side of park (mountains); however , old RV park on south side and commercial facility on north side detract from the beauty of the area. Bath rooms/showers were old, out dated. I have had far better RV sites for a lot less money.
Rate is monthly, 2nd year here, still one of our favorites mainly because of the large sites with great views. Also 1st time with our ATV, park has numerous group rides that take you everywhere in the region; you are able to see some nice country this way.
This was our second stay here, a very nice place to spend a night or several days. Right off the highway so easy to find, staff friendly and helpful. Nice concrete pads, great hook ups. Bathrooms and showers are updated and clean.
Small, old park, nothing to write home about. Bathrooms were not very clean and needed updating. Staff was very friendly and helpful. OK for overnight, especially since there I are not many RV parks in west Texas on I-20.
This is our 4th stay here and really enjoy the park, WI-FI worked good, got a good signal with Satellite. I downgraded my rating this time because the bathrooms and showers were dirty. As far as I can tell they have not been cleaned in over 2 days.
This is our second stay at this park and we really love it. It is a high end RV park with concrete pads and patios. Everything else described in a positive manner is there. Want to address some of the negative posts. Little trees, no shade - relatively new park built on a prairie, they planted trees - it takes a few years for trees to grow. No campfires at sites, most RV'ers do not want campfire smoke filtering through their sites, bad to breath, you want a campfire go to a state campground. Price to high - This is a high end RV park with lots of amenities, you are going to pay more, want a $28 site then go to a small, old, no amenities park . This is a great park with great views enjoy it.
Nice park for an overnight or a few days to explore the area. Little Big Horn battlefield about an hour north. Fetterman Battle field and Ft. Sheridan about 20 minutes north. Downtown is quaint, with historic hotel, saloon and restaurant. WIFI worked great, 66 Cable stations. Sites long and level. Staff friendly and helpful with info.
Nice park for visiting Moab. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. Wi-Fi worked good most times of the day. Cable TV had many channels. Sites were level with a nice little grassy area for each site. Downside is being next to the highway and lots of traffic noise. Staff friendly.
Our 2nd stay , we really enjoy this family camp. It is set in a beautiful setting. Not busy in Sept. Used our satellite for the first time and it worked very well, however you cannot use your satellite at all sites because of the trees, so when making reservations be sure and ask for a satellite site. The only downside on this visit is that the showers were not that clean, not sure they were cleaned every day.
I am not sure where the previous poor reviews were coming from, but in my case the staff was very friendly. The front part of the park are close back ins, however the pull through sites in the back section are very nice, long and wide so your neighbor is not on top of you and they are grassy. Believe me I have been to many parks that are much worse. Yes, mats are not allowed because they want to preserve the grass for the travelers. I enjoyed our grassy site. Definitely a nice place for an overnight or a few days to relax while on the road. Would stop again.
Park suitable for an overnight. FHU, plus cable and WI-FI, WI-FI could not hold a strong signal and was unable to stay on the net all the time. Park got a low rating because the bathrooms were terrible, decided not to take a shower and wait until our next stop.
Nice pull throughs in the 600 site area; other areas get tight. Lots to do for the kids; lots of people so bathrooms and showers are pretty much dirty all the time. Could use another bathhouse in the southeast corner. WI-FI worked very well. Overall pretty quiet at night considering the number of people in the park.
Good Sam Rate, like other posts the sites are narrow and hard to get into with large rigs, but still there were many 5th wheels in the parks. I walked the road prior to entering to make sure I could get in under all the trees. Good WIFI, friendly staff, no credit cards taken, cash or check.
Nice clean campground off I-80, had concrete pads for pull-throughs. Local TV channels only, Wi-Fi worked good, but only 4 people in the campground. Staff friendly and helpful. Good place for an overnight while traveling, would stay again.
Nice park,especially if touring the area. Secure, on base facilities, office was not open, everything is self check-in . This time of year no problem getting a site; there were only a handful of campers in the park. Laundry and rest rooms were nice and clean. Wi-Fi was excellent. Only downside were the numerous trains going through in the back of the park, but did not bother us.
Nice little park, owners were very friendly and helpful. Had a free pancake breakfast in the morning. Slow season so office is only open at 5 PM for arriving guests, but they have a self serve check-in before 5. Had a nice pull-through site, utilities and Wi-Fi worked well. Good place to stay for a couple of days to tour the town and area.
Plain park, gravel, no landscaping. OK for overnight, not much in area to do. Walmart just down the street for shopping. Cable worked well, Wi-Fi was bad with so many people on it. Got up at 5:30 am it worked OK.
Typical RV resort in this area, lots of park models, a few RV spaces. Staff was helpful on check-in. Sites are gravel with a concrete patio, no landscaping. sewer hook up was in back of site and slanted into the ground, could not properly hook up sewer extension. Nice pool, activity center. Bathrooms were not cleaned at all on weekends so very dirty. Being in big city , lots of city things to do, but lots of traffic too.
Nice park, staff very friendly, willing to help in anyway. Pluses are staying on the base with all the facilities. Minus - Wi-Fi is spotty, however, you can go to the office and hook up to DSL which works fast. Sites are close together. We were lucky, only had to spend one night in overflow (no hook up). Good base for touring Tucson area.
This was our first visit and we stayed a month, we had a great time. The staff is friendly and helpful. Park is 18 miles from Sierra Vista, nice and quiet. Large rec hall, they have many planned events. Lots are huge which is nice not to have people on top of each other. The only downside is you have to go to the library for Wi-Fi access, it would be nice if they invested in a new system allowing access from your RV, I would be happy to pay more. My rate is based on 30 days. Have already reserved a site for 2 months next winter.
This is definitely a nice park; we wish we could have stayed here for a month. Hard to get into and you need to reserve in advance. Everything was there from concrete pads, FHU, and cable. Downside was no WIFI; had to go to the post library to access WI-FI. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We hope to return next year and stay a month or two.
I liked the ranch atmosphere, good base camp for visiting Gila Cliff Dwellings. No cable, got a few TV channels. WI-FI did not work well at all, could never get it on the computer in the two days we were there.
Park is OK for an overnight, friendly staff, bathroom was not very clean. Bathrooms also require combination, however no lights outside so in the dark it is impossible to see the numbers on the combo lock (bring a flashlight). Park does need some updating.
This park was a pleasant surprise, right off I-30. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Sites had concrete pads, FHU, cable, WI-FI (worked good). After traveling for 1000 miles , decided to spend a 2nd day here just to relax.
Park staff was friendly and offered a lot of advice/information. As described, park is built on a hill so everything is not level. Roads are narrow. The bathrooms were not cleaned the 2 days we were there so that was a big minus. Good location if visiting Dresden - Longaberger Baskets.
Very nice park with cement pads, however, had to level, but campground was built on a hill. Facilities are nice, pool was nice. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked very well. Huge laundry, bathrooms were large. Great place to stay and tour the Amish area.
Our 3rd stay, what a wonderful place, especially when Wi-Fi/cable TV work every day. Bath/laundry facilities are impeccably clean. Well landscape, relaxing/peaceful place to camp. Sept. great month to stop by.
Park is as described in other posts, big issue is that water hook up on every other site is on the wrong side of the RV so bring a long hose to make a connection. Also if Wi-Fi is important then this may not be the place for you, Wi-Fi worked OK for 1st two days and the was non existent for the next 5 days, park staff did not seem to know what the problem was or get it fixed. Park is still nice being on Lake Superior, nice in Sept. because no crowds.
We have stayed here several times. This is a great park whether it is just for an overnight or several days to explore the area. The staff are very friendly and willing to help in any way. They even invite you down in the morning for a cup of coffee. We like the long pull through sites especially when towing the quad behind the 5th wheel. The RV dealer next to the park is very convenient for supplies or service.
Long pull-through in the new section. Site was next to a RV storage lot so not very scenic. Site was gravel , had to level RV. Hook ups worked well, good water pressure, cable TV was excellent, Wi-Fi worked very well (must have fixed the WIFI problem discussed in previous posts). Bathhouse was a little walk. Showers were not clean considering there were not many people in this section. Overall, a good park for a couple of nights to tour the area.
Long, level pull through sites with plenty of room between rigs, Wi-Fi, cable TV (cable was not very clear), and quiet but the campground was not even half full. Bathhouse was small, two showers, one toilet. Nice place for one night or visiting Sioux Falls area. Right off I-90. Good Sam park.
Big park, family oriented, lots of kids, relatively quiet but still noisy at times. Dirt pads that get muddy after rain, sites reasonably spaced but are not long enough to accommodate both 5th wheel and truck. If you are retired and looking for peace and quiet look around for another park. Expensive but has a lot of amenities.
Nice small campground for a couple of days. We were in site 51 at the end, nice view of the Black Hills. Staff were very friendly and helpful in providing tourist info. WI-FI signal only reaches to the bathhouse which is in the middle of the park and I had to walk every day to the front of the park and sit at a picnic table to get WI-FI. I was able to get 6 -7 TV channels. Pull-through sites are side by side and close on the utility hook up side.
Unexpected stay because of vehicle problems. Nice park, staff was very friendly and helpful in getting us a spot. No cable TV, site pretty level, bathrooms were a little dirty with the number of people in the park. Looks like a nice place for kids, lots to do.
This is our second stay at this park. It's good for an overnight. Has seasonal campers. It's a little pricey for what you get: no cable TV, Wi-Fi is free for an hour, then it costs money. Has gravel sites.
This is our 3rd stay at the park, great place to stay while in the Minneapolis area. For the 1st time we got a back in site which are very nice, but I had to reserve last Sept. The side by sides are too close if you like a little elbow room. Took the grand-kids to the pool and it was very nice, guests can use their facility at $5 each per day. Would have rated it a 10 if it had cable TV and the side by sides were more room.
A nice park for an overnight or a few nights to explore the Dells. Large swimming pool. Our site was not level, but could be easily leveled with blocks. Lots of outdoor games and a small store. Would stay again.
Nice park with full hook ups, cable and WI-FI (both worked very well). Staff was very friendly and helpful upon check-in. Sites are pretty tight if you have a big rig. I had a pull thru but they only have 3 of those in the park. Most sites are occupied with seasonal campers. Rated an 8 because of the small sites and difficulty in maneuvering. Otherwise a nice place to stay.
Very nice campground on the St. Marys River. Can watch the big ships go by. Site was on the river. WiFi did not work well inside the RV, but worked well outside on the picnic table. Very clean showers, bath and laundry. Laundry was reasonably priced. No concrete pads, just gravel, muddy when rains. No sewer, but had a dump station. Very friendly staff. Great place to stay while in the Soo area.
Concrete pads, lots average size but not on top of each other. Cable worked great, full utilities. No WI-FI, even went in the hotel and could not get a signal. No showers. For the price not a bad place to stay for an overnight or touring the area.
This is a nice park for visiting the Marquette area. Close to everything. WIFI and cable were a plus and both worked well. The bathrooms and showers were very clean and always warm. The best thing about the park is the staff, they are very friendly and willing to help in any way. The man who works the desk in the morning even invited me in for a cup of coffee. We will return.
Long pull through sites, good utilities, no amenities (WiFi, cable TV, pool). We had a rally and it was a good location for that. However, our wagon master was treated very rudely by the staff member on duty. It was almost like she could care less if they had your business. The security patrol is alive and well, one of our members had his truck parked in the empty site beside his trailer, was told to move it even though there were only a dozen campers in the 200 site campground. When I checked in, the person was pleasant. I suspect that the negative posts on this site could be the same person. If the owners/management wish to improve their customer service they really need to correct that situation.
This was our second stay and we enjoyed it very much. A good base when exploring areas east of Traverse City. Not much else to add from my last post, except this is a high end RV Resort: of course it is going to be more expensive then a lot of other parks (previous posts). You get what you pay for and this parks provides a lot. It is beautiful, pristine and quiet.
This is a very nice park next to Lake Superior, it served as a great home base for quad riding on the many trails throughout the area. You can ride your quad right from your campsite through the town and get to any of the trails. Nice to walk the beach looking for agates, a lot of sites are very large. Only downside is there is a lot of sand and you are constantly tracking it inside, but that is part of being on a Great Lake. WiFi worked great, cable TV was very nice, only wished they had sewer hook ups. Definitely will return.
Our second stay, the word must be getting out on this nice park. You need reservations, it is booked until they close in Oct. Everything as described in previous posts, the only downside is no bath/shower/laundry. There is a bathroom in the city park down the road that you can use, but it is a little walk. WI-FI worked pretty good on this trip. Site was level. Staff are friendly and helpful on questions. Will stay again.
This is our second stay, we use it as an overnight heading for Houghton. Park is close to eating, gas, RV parts, and hardware. Sites are level, staff is very friendly and helpful. Park could use some landscaping to spice up the appearance, otherwise a nice place to stay when visiting the Marquette area. Will stay here again.
Gravel sites, received 7 TV channels, WiFi worked well. RV park is part of the hotel, restaurant, lounge. Could use the hotel swimming pool or jacuzzi. Nice to stop after long day of driving go to the lounge for a beer and then eat at the restaurant. Clean, easy to get to, good place for an overnight.
Was here last year and have nothing to add to that review. This is a nice park, close to Glacier National Park entrance. Review is rated 7 because there are no concrete pads, patios, cable TV, and the laundry was the most expensive on my 3 week trip. Was travelling with a rally group, supposed to have all sites together. They gave two of our reserved sites to other people (reserved months in advance). If you are having a rally make sure you tell them not to split your group. Otherwise good park for base camp and touring the area.
This is our second visit, as the first we were very happy with this park. Clean, well run, with nice sites. WiFi worked great, staff were friendly and knew what they were doing: fast service. Close to Yellowstone.
Nice family camp. We liked the concrete pads, and patio. Was nice to sit out in the evening and enjoy the breeze. No WiFi, baths were clean, and had all the conveniences that you expect on the base: PX, GAS, Commisary, etc.
Good Sam Park. We stayed here last year, they have since remodeled their bathrooms which are nice. WiFi did not work well at all. Had only 2-3 TV channels. It's a nice quiet park on the other side of Jackson, Wy.
Nice place to stay for a couple of days and visit Flaming Gorge or Dinosaur Monument. Had a pull through site, my 34 ft 5er fit OK, but not much room to park the truck. Had to angle it and it ended up on the grass. WiFi worked great, cable TV hook up costs $1.50 but you get a lot of channels. Trees and shade were nice. Owner is rarely on site, you set up camp and check in whenever he gets there, usually in the evening. There is a gas station next door for ice, and a food store across the street.
I thought the rate was pretty high considering what you get (or don't get). No picnic tables, no laundry, no TV reception, nothing to do for kids. The park manager was extremely friendly and willing to help. Had to level at site. Long pull thrus were nice. Wi-Fi did work good on the west end of the park. OK for a overnight and rest.
What a nice FAM Camp, new showers/bathroom, Wi-Fi only works at office, but works great. Laundry is 75 cents. The base is beautiful with all the old buildings from the late 1800s , early 1900s, well maintained. Wildlife was a pleasure, antelope roamed freely everywhere and were in the campground everyday. Nice place to visit for a couple of days, right off I-25. Can't beat the price.
Good park for overnight while travelling. Bathrooms are a little old, but clean. Sites are very long pull throughs, very nice to park RV and truck. Cable TV is a plus for a small campground in the country. Good Sam rate was reasonable. Had to use leveling blocks to level, otherwise a nice site.
As previous posts mentioned near the highway, our site was farthest away from the road so noise not bad. Sites were very level, nice not to have to using leveling blocks. Bathrooms small. Staff very friendly and helpful. Nice to have cable TV. Convenient for overnight stay.
Nice Mom and Pop campground. Small, grassy sites, some utilities are placed wrong because it is an older park. Our water was on the right front side, long way from our hook up. Gentleman who met be at the gate was extremely nice and helpful and had extra water hose to insure you made your hook up (no charge). Wi-Fi worked great. Good Sam rate of 24.80. Nice value for an overnight while you are traveling. Near I-80 great place to stop and rest.
Again this year I rate it pretty high, they put money back into the park since we were here last year. New basketball, volleyball courts, covered pavilions, new pool. Everything else as described in previous posts. Down side is we were in 522 row, sites are not level and sewage hook up is at back of site, if you have a sewage outlet at mid trailer (like mine) then it is very difficult to drain. Also, even with the new pool (makes 3 pools, two activity pools) on weekends it is so crowded in the pools the best you can do is stand there and splash water, cannot swim without hitting another person quickly. Other than those two disappointments, still a nice place to bring kids/grandkids.
Nice park: was not crowded so very quiet, that would change if park is full. WiFi worked, but was slow. First site was under the trees which dropped a lot of fine mist sap over the truck and trailer. Asked to changed sites to a sunny one, they were very accommodating and we got a new site. Sites are close, if you have slides it will overlap on the site next to you. Good park for touring Frankenmuth and the Birch Run area.
Campground was nice, grass lots, level, good place for our rally. WiFi worked good most of the time. Sewer is at the back of the lot, so bring an extra hose. Showers were very clean, but water was not hot. Overall, a good place to camp when visiting Goshen, Shipsiwana area.
Everything described in previous posts is accurate. This is the best RV park I have seen. It is incredible that they offer a site for $45. (my only thought is they sell the sites and probalby are trying to get people to visit the park with hopes of buying a lot). Agree with others that Wi-Fi is off and on, can't understand it because the Wi-Fi antenna is two sites away from my RV. I was amazed at the landscaping and how each site is wide, with lots of thick grass. Laundry and showers are spotless. Clubhouse's are beautiful. Will definitely return.
I downgraded my rating from last year because I reserved a pull thru site and they did not have mine available when I got there. Also, the traffic noise from the highway seemed to be worse then last year. The south section of campground was closed so it got a little busy in the north section. I was surprised how many campers there were, again reservations not essential unless you want a pull thru. A good place for base camp.
This was a unique experience for us. It is in a marina: even though we are not boat nuts, we enjoyed walking around and looking at them. Was close to downtown and the canal to watch the freighters. Bathrooms were good. There's a free washer and dryer, however the dryer did not work well, after an hour and half the clothes were still damp. Wi-Fi costs and is expensive, so did not use. A good place to camp while touring Duluth.
This campground is easy to find off of Hwy 1, nears several gas stations and restaurants. Staff was friendly, pull thru sites are very close but long. We were directly across from the office so Wi-Fi worked most of the time from the trailer (but not all the time), anywhere else in the park you may not get it. Showers/Bath very old but clean when I used them. 4 TV channels reception. OK for an overnight stay.
This is an OK campground for an overnight, but not for an extended stay, right off Hwy 1, good access. Had pull thru, 30 amp. Bath is old, but clean. Laundry was clean. Staff was friendly. It is also a mobile home park. 2 TV channel reception, WI-FI did not work.
Not sure where previous poster stayed, but this is the worst campground I have ever stayed in. Gravel roads and sites, but the gravel is a lot of rocks and stones, not crushed gravel. The campground is dirty and rather ugly. Was not told at the office about the water; after we paid and set up camp we went to the bath and saw a sign posted. Health department has posted a no drinking water hazard; all water must be boiled. It has been under this posting since 2008. The staff were nice and another positive was the bath was remodeled and clean. Showers cost $1 for 5 minutes. No WI-FI.
Very nice park to make your base camp, couple miles from the entrance to the Glacier Park. Nice pool, beautiful scenery, friendly/helpful staff, campground is a mile off highway, so is quiet. Pull thru sites are close to each other, gravel sites, grass for your picnic table. Wi-Fi did not work well, could only get 2 TV channels. The bathrooms were a little dirty, but as with any campground if you use them 8 hours after cleaning they will not be spic and span.
This is a meticulously, well kept park. It is a small park with very thick grassy sites, concrete patios and sidewalks. There was plenty of parking if you cannot put your tow vehicle in the same spot. Mature trees throughout the park. They have a small pool and jacuzzi. The staff was friendly and helpful. Previous posts talked about poor Wi-Fi: the park has fixed that problem, the Wi-Fi works great and is fast. What a great place to stay and relax for a few days.
This is a very nice park, the staff are very friendly and helpful. Beautiful landscaped sites, level sites, perfect place to tour Yellowstone Park. Wi-Fi works very slow, sometimes cannot send a message at all. This park is busy, I was told that after labor day you can get in with no problem. I made reservations a long time before I got here just because I did not want to take a chance. It was a good thing, because this park was booked every night we were here (4 nights) people were turned away. Take my advice if you are going to be here 1 - 15 Sep, make reservations. Again a great park.
This is a nice park for an overnight or a couple down days during a long trip. We had a pull thru with trees and bushes on each side. WI-FI worked well (sometimes a little slow). Could only get 2 channels on TV, but what the heck sitting outside, enjoying the fresh air and a good book is OK by me. Previous post talked about side by side back in's. I have to say these are not good sites, if you are unlucky to get the right side you have to run your utilities under your trailer because the hook up is on the left (bring extra hose and cord) otherwise ask for a pull thru or look for another campground. All in all we enjoyed our overnight here very much.
Don't let the picture on their web fool you, it is not a resort: it is an older hotel with the RV park in the rear. Even though the staff was friendly and helpful, the main positive thing for this RV park is the location. It is close to downtown and easy to get to the Teton National Park for your auto tour. Wi-Fi was non-existent, even if you pay the $2 a day fee. The roads are full of pot holes and bumps (probably bad after a rain). Half the dryers were out of order and the sites are real close. The sewer hook-up is 7 to 8 inches above ground so the sewer hose was up hill to the trailer: so when emptying, had to milk the hose several times to empty tanks. They make a lot of money off this park and put very little back into maintenance. By far the worse park I have stayed in. We are now across the Teton's in Victor, Idaho. Check out the Teton Valley, it is only a 22-mile ride to Jackson and is far better place to stay.
This is probably the least desirable park we have stayed in. It is convenient to Cody, but the sites are close, with dirt roads and lots of dust. The back-in sites are really small yet they will put a 34-36 ft 5th wheel in them. It has Wi-Fi that works good, but not excellent. There is a Park store, and the staff is friendly and helpful. This is OK for an overnight, but not for an extended stay.
This is a very nice campground for a visit to the area. It is 15 miles from Little Bighorn Battlefield, and 1 mile from town. The owners are very nice. The sites are side-by-side so your driver's side is very close to your neighbor. We pulled in and they put us next to someone, but the park was pretty much empty, so I asked if we could be put in a spot with more room. They were very accommodating and moved us to site 16 which is on a corner with trees, very nice. The Wi-Fi worked great, and it was nice to have cable. There are some 50 amp sites, but not many. We would definitely stay again, if in the area.
We had site 23, probably the best for view of Devils Tower. We had a great time in the park: the Wi-Fi worked great and the bathrooms/laundry were older but clean. Lots of deer roam the park in the evening. The staff was friendly and helpful: loaned me a portable air compressor and hose to service tires. There are no grocery stores or gas stations nearby so fill-up and bring your food. They do have a restaurant and a small post office at the campground entrance to mail those postcards. KOA card earns a 10% discount. A great place to relax and enjoy the Tower.
This is a very nice park for a base camp: you are in the middle of the Black Hills and can see all the sights and not have to travel very far in any direction. We were at the top of the hill in site 26 which was a nice site but hard to back the trailer into. Campsites are set at 90-degree angles to the road. Wildlife roam through the campground: we had turkeys every morning, deer, mule deer. The utilities are set at the back of the site: if you have a sewer hookup mid-way or towards the front of the trailer, then bring a second section of hose. The Wi-Fi was iffi: worked well if you took your computer to the reception center or laundry. There is a paved bike trail at the entrance of the park so you can jog or ride in either direction. There is no pool or playground for kids. The park leans more towards older adults. Overall it's a very nice place to stay.
Good Sam rate. This RV park is one of the best we have ever stayed in. It was planned with the RV'er in mind: pool, two hot tubs, small children's pool. There is a dog pen for large dogs and one for small dogs. You can let your dog run and the fire hydrants in the pens were a cute accessory. The showers, laundry and bath were immaculate. Northern Black Hills surround the park. Huge store here with packaged liquor and beer. It's located 5 miles from Deadwood. There is a north section and a south section. They put families with children in the north and retirees in the south. The Wi-Fi did not work well for us (that was the only downside). We definitely would make plans to stay here (more then one day) the next time we are through this area. The staff was very friendly and helpful. You must try this place.
Very nice park, clean, well organized. As previous posts have said the side by side sites are very close, had to pull our shades on the road side or you would be looking into their window. Trailer had to be positioned so slides would not hit. They have back in sites which give you plenty of room on both sides but are hard to get. We chose this park, not because of the casino but it was close to relatives we were visiting. No cable TV but you can pick up several channels. The best part of the park is the price, $31 a night for concrete pads, full hook ups and very good WI-FI connection. Did not give it a ten because of the close side by side sites.
We were happy with this park, lots of grass, near the interstate, good for an overnight if heading out west. Very clean restrooms and showers. Site was gravel and not level. Did not rate it a 10 because I felt the rate was rather high, usually for this price you can find RV parks with concrete level pads and patios.
I reviewed this park last year but want to comment on the rate increase. Again, this is a great park to stay and is quiet considering it is near US131. The rates did increase to $50, I am not sure if this is the reason but the park was about half empty compared to last year when it was over 90% filled. We did get a stay for 2 nights, get one night free, so that is a pretty good deal when you average it out. However, I don't think they offer it all summer, you have to call and check.
Very nice park to bring families, I brought the grand kids and they had a great time. Lot's to do, daily planned activities. Park Staff are friendly and helpful. Being next to a major interstate did not bother us, noise was not that bad. Our campsite was very nice, level, with concrete patio (not all sites had patio). Will return again.
Overall , park was very nice. As in previous posts it is not really for families with kids. But I am retired and my wife and I really enjoyed the quiet. A great place to stay, convenient between Frankenmuth (3 miles) and Birch Run shopping( 2 miles). Large grocery and department store (Meijers) 1 mile, General RV dealer (2 miles) in case you need something for the rig or repairs. Did not mind the 25 to 50 cent charge for the showers, I've been too many places where people are not considerate of others waiting to get a shower, and have had to wait up to 30 to 40 minutes before to get in. Charging for a shower keeps the wait time down. Main pull through sites seem to be a little close, but livable. Hook up modem in the laundry, but no WI-FI. I will visit again.
Our stay was very nice, this is a very nice park with adequate size sites, you are not on top of each other. Park is expanding. Very kid/family friendly, we camped with our 4 grandchildren. Most amazing thing is it is a very quiet park.
We stayed here for 5 nights and thoroughly enjoyed the park, we had site 18 right on the Portage River. Beautiful view. Full hook ups to include cable. They now take reservations. Park is small so it is always filled. Not much space between sites but your covered picnic table and bench on the river is where you usually spend your time. The fire pits are very close to the trailer, in fact the one next to us was probably only 6 feet from our back corner of the trailer, we would have had to close all our windows if our neighbors decided to have a fire (fortunately they did not). They have a WIFI router at the host station at the park entry, you can sit at their desk or outside on a table to send email. Friendly and helpful staff, and will definitely return.
Our first night in our new 5er. Park is well located behind a small shopping center, so if you have to pick something up you can walk there. Has an RV dealer next door in case you need something for the RV or need to get it fixed. McDonalds and family restaurant in walking distance and if you are a micro brew fan, right outside the gate is Jasper Ridge Brewery. Park does have newly paved roadways now so the red dirt problem mentioned in other reviews was not a problem. Sites are gravel or grassy, we had to level the trailer. Clean park, laundry, restrooms. Nice pool and jacuzzi. Staff very friendly and helpful. For our first stay it was a nice park, especially for an overnight when traveling. Will stay again.
This is our first RV trip so I may have been expecting more. Campground staff was friendly and helpful. All woods, dirt, gravel sites (was expecting level concrete pads for my 34 ft 5th wheel) Also did not read the web page closely and thought they had sewer hook up, all they have is gray water dump. Had to pull the trailer to their dump station prior to leaving. Campground was quiet, had good WI-FI connecton. The bath house was clean, did not use their showers so can't comment on hot water. Overall, a good place to stop overnight when traveling.
This was our first trip in our 5er so we wanted to try our contained systems and not have full hookups. Campground staff was friendly and helpful, however, not always available. First day they had no one at the gate all day. Have a campground host, but they too were not around very much and the one question I asked (about firewood, he could not answer). Baraga as most Michigan state parks are beautiful and clean. Most sites are grassy and level. They have 6 sites that are pull thru that only 30ft and up can use. You can reserve over the Michigan DNR website. They have a dump station. Electric service is 30 amp in some sites (need to visit web page, map will show which sites). Bathrooms are clean, showers are very hot. Park is across a highway from the Keweenaw Bay, has boat launch. Did I mention highway? Yes the only down side is that the entire park borders US 41 , major two lane connecting Houghton/Keweenaw counties to the south. Needless to say traffic is constant and noisy, it does decrease at night and what litte traffic there was never woke me up. Good place to stop overnight or use as a base camp to visit Copper Harbor and other scenic sites, or to fish. Close to grocery and gas. Definitely will stay again.