We stayed with our truck camper July 22. No power or water at site 219 but it was very nice. All the sites have a thick swath of native plants that surround each site. The plants are tall enough that you can't see any other sites and there is no way anyone will ever walk through. Few trees for shade but they planted trees a few years ago to try and fix this. Big bonus- lots of wild raspberry bushes with ripe raspberries!
August 23, 2018 - reviewed by Tony
Kiwi From Down under
Enjoyed our stay good walks and bike trails sandy beach , water was cool in Sept. Fees a little more than most other state parks but still good value
August 30, 2015 - reviewed by Scott
Nice, new camp ground. The shower facilities are top notch. Would like to see more hiking and such.
The real gem here is the incredible beach on Lake Michigan. There are strong waves so extreme caution is needed with children. But the sand and scenery will keep them happy. For those big enough swimming in the cold crashing waves can be a blast.