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Good: general store, close to tubing, friendly owners, dogs allowed.
Bad: very small sites, very small "firepits", overpriced wood, unpaved.
This Park is on our list of favorite parks to visit each year. With it being on the eastern part of the Saginaw Bay you have a great beach for swimming and sunbathing. We were noticing that this park seems to be in an overused state and what we mean by this is the bathhouses not so clean and not…
Great people running this campground. Very accommodating. Clean campground. Nice camp store. Stayed for a week, very quiet except one night was kind of noisy. Clean bathrooms and showers. Owners make pizza on Fridays and Saturdays - really good!!
Nice sites ,trees between most bigger rigs will not fit along lake area very well, 30 ' fifth wheel barely fit in 82. Other site vehicles in way to back in
Site es Was great right on shoreline
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This is a nice big campground within a short walk of lake huron and a beautiful light house. Camp sites are all very close together providing very little privacy. Bathrooms were clean with private individual shower stalls and hot water. Lots of big RVs and family campers here. Overall nice place.
Nice place to stay,it’s sitting just off of the river,and the lake is next to it,if you like fishing you’re going to love it.the site is a little tight but you can pull through,overall it’s really quiet and close to town. I will be back next time through
This is a great place to camp. I love that all the sites are in view of the ausable River.
Bathroom was clean, site was large surrounded by tall pine trees. Picnic table was HC accessible. Fire pit ring. I'm a motocamper and suited my needs. No trash, so take what you brought in plus some.
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Love hearing the waves out my bedroom window here
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Being that most of the camping spots up here are first come first serve our first two options were already taken. We fell back to this being our final option and it was not a bad one. Albeit there was a huge Gypsy moth spawn happening so the worms were literally everywhere but it wasn't too much of…
I believe myself to be a pretty tough critic. With that said, this was our first camping experience within our home state.
People: Everyone was nice, and helpful! This is a great look for us newbies.
Campsite: Phenomenal. We were in a site that was just a few steps to the beach! Though…
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This is one of the worst campgrounds I have ever been to. The bathrooms and showers close at 10pm, and the restrooms themselves are nasty, the showers cost $2 (in quarters) for 6 minutes of lukewarm water, the locals are hostile to unfamiliar faces, and to top it off, the rental ATVs and dirt track…
Gorgeous area right on Jewell lake. Walking distance from Barton City. Sites have nice privacy between them. Utilized the grill on the fire ring alot Privy was well kept. The lake had a beach area to swim. Didn't actually intend on staying here but it was a happy accident and salvaged our memorial…
The campsites themselves are sadly devoid of much shade, and only a few even have a water view. But the dog beach, a bit of a walk down the trail towards the lighthouse, surely exceeded our expectations. Most places designate barely usable waterfront areas to dog beach. At first glance, the dog…
We rented their pet-friendly cabin. It consists of a single room, two bunk beds, a table mounted to the wall, two chairs, a mini fridge, a microwave, coffee pot, a wall heater and a wall-mounted fan. Nothing fancy, but serviceable. There's a site with a picnic table, grill, and fire pit,…
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