June 11, 2022 - reviewed by thenauticalnun
Visited early June and was pleasantly surprised to have a nice large site with plenty of foliage and privacy (#1). Many sites with water views, some are first come/serve. Dump station with seperate water fill. No electric or other amenities. Historic ruins and day use were an added bonus with a mostly empty beach. Very few people and little traffic noise in loop nearest water. Wish we'd stayed longer.
May 22, 2021 - reviewed by Gasolinebutt
On The Lake
Level gravel sites with picnic tables and firepit. Pit toilets or portable potty. Water available. No electric. Some sites lakeside. Some reservable sites, others first come first serve. $22 per night. $11 with senior pass. Lots of mosquitoes. Roads need serious repair. Quiet, no road noise at our site.
October 1, 2020 - reviewed by Mark
More Inconsiderate Dog Owners.
September 28, 2020 - reviewed by Skip
Website is A Pain
Fair campground. No amenities. $20, $10 with senior pass. Most sites are full shade, so if you use solar to keep up your batteries when no electricity then there are only 3-4 sites that will work...if they're available. We came on September 20th, and the website said reservations closed for the season and all were 1st come 1st served. So, we arrived, expecting to have our pick of unoccupied sites and found they were nearly all reserved. Checked with the camp host who told us those are reservable and only a few are FF. And they don't keep up with posting the FF sites when they're taken, so you look at the website and you think there's plenty of space...when there's not. For free electricity I will stay across the street at the casino next time we're in the area.
March 17, 2019 - reviewed by Jeff
Very Special Campground
We camp here every year because of its proximity to the beautiful lakeshore and lots of things to do in the Munising vicinity. Few amenities but nice spacious campsites and a dump station. Park has a camp host for most of the season who sells firewood. Many sites are reservable online and the rest are walk up. Casino and a big gas station right across the street. A select few of the campsites are right on the shoreline with a real nice beach to walk. Have even seen a guy with a pedal powered ice cream cart come through. There is water available at the dump station. Park is fairly laid back and quiet.
September 20, 2017 - reviewed by DiconJco
Great On The Lake
Typical USFS campground except they have a dump station. Quiet at nice when the road noise dies down. Easy access to the park and a better campground than is available in the park unless you are a tent camper.