This is a private campground on Thornapple Lake. There is not a lot of mature trees and the campsites are right next to each other.
Enjoyed our stay and people around us were very nice. I would say that 80% of the people on the camp ground are seasonal campers (live on grounds). The beach was a nice area and had good docks for boating if you bring your boat. We were there for 3 days total and did a lot of boating, swimming and fishing. Good lake for panfish. We caught about 50 total in 2 days.
Roads on property are very narrow and was hard to maneuvered the camper on the turns to get to our spot we had reserved. Sites them selves were great has it had a cement patio, sewer and water hook up.
One thing that was disappointing was that there was not a public bathroom and/or showers on the grounds (at least that we were aware of.