All notes are for the West Campground. We didn’t drive through the East Campground.
Vibe: First blush seemed almost residential like, but it was mostly families on extended camping trips that had packed campsites. Friendly but a little rowdy. Teens drinking White Claws, pot smells wafting through and some camp rules openly flaunted. But no trouble making taking place.
Facilities: Better than average.
General spots: Sandy bare ground on most of the site. Not much grass. Most sites were packed, so they seemed small, but they may have just been because of all the extra equipment in them.
Our site: 137. Two stones throw from the swimming spot on Lake Fanny Hooe.
Noise: People playing games and cheering, but nothing too loud or obtrusive. Quiet hours were respected.
Cell signal(Verizon): None. There is a picnic table by the swimming area between the two sections of the west camp that could get some very slow service. The town had no service either, but you could find some guest wifi, like at the marina just west of town.
Other: Wish we had kayaks for Lake Fanny Hooe. Really nice lake. Lots of families use this as a base camp for a week of adventuring in the area. Lots of Lake Superior beaches and scenic overlooks near by.