This was our first experience at this park in the southern section of the western part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Many of the sites are just feet from Lake Michigan. We listened to the waves all night long. The park is very well maintained and clean. We checked in on Labor Day just as the majority of campers were leaving. The individual sites are grassy with many trees throughout the campground. The restrooms/showers were spotless and constantly maintained. While this was our first stop, it won't be our last. Being that close to the lake is wonderful.
It was a clean, busy park. We had a nice shaded site along the woods great for tent camping. The bathrooms are kept up nicely, the only downfall of the trip was the rain and our leaky tent!!
For a modern campground it’s clean nice beach grassy campground clean showers and restrooms playgrounds for kids horse shoes Plus 22$ a nite with electric we stayed in # 33 nice view of the lake not obstructed by other campers
We stayed at rustic site 151, about a mile from the main campground. This site has easy lake views and multiple lake access points.
Camping area was clean and large. Has space for two large 6 person tents easily.
Surrounded by trees with a path to the lake. It is very quiet and peaceful.
This is a great campground not just because this was the first campground park I worked on but because after 40 years it is still great. Most of the sites are beautiful grass sites, when we were there it was rainy so some of the sites where a lake. So if you didn't get a bayside site you could have a lake side site. Great place to tent cam. They have a nice beach but no life guard. They have a a lot of items for kids and families, such as the beach, basket ball court, hiking trails and great playgrounds. If you are a walker they have some great trails. Just up for a day the picnic area is super.
The bathrooms are clean and well kept up.
The employees are very friendly and helpful.
I love that you can look up at night and see all the great stars.
We went to Menominee to see the launching of a Navy Ship from Marinette Marine and that is something you don't see everyday.
Enjoyed the craft fair for all the campers the weekend we were also there.
Such a great camprgound.
We love it here! Stayed right on the water, tent style, quiet, big nice bathrooms, and easy check in
Water was gross and stinky from ships pumping their bilge.
This is the last Michigan State Park Campground as you are heading south and entering WI.
Beautiful views of the Lake looking east and south to Washington Island and Door County Peninsula. Nice stream and playground for kids to play in and on. Mostly grassy campsites so things get a little wet after heavy rains. Most sites have electricity and water.
some sites are low, so water flows to the site on rainy days. there are some trails you can walk, there is a ball diamond for kids and a small court for basketball. there is also some nice cabins and areas for tents. you can meet a lot of really nice people here.
We always make a point to stay at least one night here when passing through the UP. We stay at site 40 but all the spots along there are in the water. There is a tree line though and a small drop.
It is a quiet campground and everyone is very friendly there. Great playground for the kids the only problem is it is far away from really anything and the gas station near by charges and arm and a leg for food.