This campground is geared toward seasonal campers. The seasonal sites are on the outside ring of the campground. The interior back-in sites are sold to travelers passing through. Most of the interior sites have low limbs, we were traveling with friends and finally found 2 sites that didn't have tree limbs touching our side. It is OK for big rigs, but interior roads are gravel and not level. Our site was not level, but we only stayed one night. The Wi-Fi is free. We would stay again if in the area, but only for one night.
Do not use your GPS to find this park. We were traveling with friends and neither GPS could find it; follow the directions in the Passport America book. This campground is like an oasis in the desert, all the amenities, big sites, easy access, immaculate pool, bathrooms, showers, laundry and grounds. This is a membership park that rents out the sites that are for sale. Unfortunately, it's in the middle of nowhere, about 14 miles west of Hwy 131. About 7 miles down the road there is a small grocery and BP station. The residents were not that friendly. If you want peace & quiet come here, there's nothing to see or do.
This is a nice campground, easy access and long concrete pads. The shuttle will come and take you to the casino. There's not many other activities in the area. The access to the rv park is through the only entrance but there is no sign to say that. We went past it and had to turn around in the employee parking lot. When we checked in the young woman at the desk charged me for my friend's site and I will have to check my bank to see if it's been credited. You get 20% discount with a Good Sam card & a casino player's card
I checked the reviews for this park and hoped that their maintenance issues would be solved, unfortunately, no. The same maintenance issues mentioned 2 years ago apply, huge potholes in the road, sites not level, wires hanging out of the cooler in the bathroom, holes in the fiberglass showers where other fixtures had been. They do have free Wi-Fi, available in the "lodge" only. The laundry had some very old, very nasty dryers. Will not stay here again.
This is a delightful small park right off the highway, lots of tall trees. It is big rig friendly, we were traveling with friends who have a 38 ft 5th wheel and you just have to be careful. All the sites are back in and there are some a big rig just could not get into. There is 30 amp, a dump onsite and water available. We didn't use the bathrooms. We would come here again.
Excellent campground, easy access, long sites, well maintained. We stayed across the street from the main campground and liked it. The earlier comment about the water changing temperature is still true but it wasn't that much of a factor. There are children's play areas. There are full hookup sites at the regular campground but most were underwater due to heavy rains. There were also nice long sites at the spillway that are first come, first serve. The only negative thing is that there are no places to eat in Carlyle, except for fast food. There's a café at the marina and it wasn't that good. We would stay here again.
This is a nice low key campground right on Lake Huron. The sites right on the lake are full hookup, the interior sites are water & electric only. There is a nice bathroom & showerhouse but it's about 50 yards away from the w & e sites. We stayed Memorial Day weekend and it wasn't busy due to the cool & wet weather this year. We used it as a base to visit Ste St Marie, Drummond Island & Mackinac Island. We would stay here again
Other descriptions are accurate, this campground has an arcade room, pool & other children's activities. It is definitely geared toward locals who want to spend the whole season. The interior roads are poorly maintained, many potholes and not big rig friendly. The pull through sites are not level and we had to back out of ours (152)since the front egress was so steep to the road. When you pull in to register you have to make an immediate u turn to go into the campground, in the busy season this would seem impossible with a few rigs lined up to register. If you have a small rv it's fine, it is a little far off the highway. When I questioned the owner on the reality of a u turn he was kind of snotty.
This park is way off the highway and has nothing to offer. It is big rig accessible, however, the owner told us to go down "the middle road" when entering and drive down to the pull through sites. The turn into these sites was very narrow and had low branches. We had to back up the road, go around and back in. The sites were very long but the electrical hookup had so many cobwebs inside the box we were doubting if it would work, but it did. The office looked like a shack that was falling down, nasty. Would not stay here again
This is a great campground to stay at and visit the area. It's just outside Rogers. There are lakeview sites. However, the only sites that are big rig friendly are the ones in the 70's. You will find plenty of sites that are long enough, but the access is either too steep or you have a very small turnaround loop; stay in sites 72-78. There is only one shower house in the whole park (bathrooms on each loop), the showers are new and clean.