Stayed at the rustic sites with water. Very large sites with nice little areas behind your site too. Right on Lake Huron.
I would keep on driving before staying here again. It was very crowded, felt like we were on top of our neighbors and very noisy and dirty. We have a 25 foot trailer and it was doable, but the campground is very poorly designed and laid out. We had to wait probably a solid 10 minutes for a very big motor home with a car being towed to be able to get past the check in and able to make a right turn. It was incredibly tight! Our campsite had litter and was very uneven. Fortunately we were only there for a night. Only good things were incredibly friendly woman working at the check in desk and proximity to the bridge and being a short walk to the lake.
Pull-thru campsites (very few of them) were long and narrow. Neighbors were quite close. WiFi was practically non-existent. Too many trees to get any satellite TV service. Sewer hook-ups were poor. They were all too high to get good drainage. Ours kept getting air-locked. No pool, no playground, very small beach not family friendly. Firewood that was sold in the office was too wet to burn. The only good things were that it is very close to St. Ignace, MI and the campground was located on Lake Huron.