Fayette was a perfect end to a week long tour of the U.P. The grounds are exceptionally clean and well kept. The only downfall is that the campground roads are gravel and can be a bit dusty when it’s dry. The historical site was a great way to spend a couple hours.
The campground was very nice and clean. Very nice bathroom and shower house. The campsites are very close together and do not allow for any privacy. There were 2 groups on opposite sides of the campground making noise until 2am and then the seagulls started squawking at 5am.
When you camp here you can visit the townsite at night. I'm a photographer and i love the challenge of taking night pictures! I love the history here.
This park is off the main road but worth stopping at. The campground is located next to a restored historic village. There are self-guided walking tours of it that are really engaging as well as a visitor center. The campground has a variety of sites. I chose one near the beach. A walk through the grass and I was able to eat my meals along the shore. There were not many campsites being used which added to the remote feeling. Bring all your supplies because this is a simple campground. There are also some places for boats to camp on the other side of the historic village. I traveled here by bicycle and it was a very nice ride.