Excellent Excellent place to camp
We came here for a fall camping weekend. Kids loved going on wagon ride to find the pumpkins and then decorating them. They really enjoyed the glow wagon ride. Root beer floats Saturday night were great! Loved that they had big blow up activities for kids to do. Sites were very tight. We enjoyed being right on playground.
We enjoy Triponds for camping! There is a lot to do to keep kids busy. We were there one year and had no issues with our site but last year it rained all weekend and our site was super muddy! If it's not rainy it's a super fun campground! We still enjoyed our weekend despite being muddy
Staff is very friendly.
Enjoyed having a pond, pool, playground, jump pillow and more!
We love Hoffmaster when going with the tin can tourist rally for the weekend but not our favorite for a family camping weekend. The beach is a long hike from campsites. Most campsites are small. The bathrooms are clean and well kept. The sites we were on for a friends camping weekend were very dirty and dusty however when we went back this year I saw they did build them up and add some gravel. We enjoy biking around the campground and waking by the creek. There is a playground area for kids.
This was the first campground my husband and I went to after buying our camper and we continued to go back for a couple years before getting a seasonal spot. If you are looking for quiet and low key this is the place to go it is right on the lake so you can kayak, fish, swim, or even take the dog to play in the water. Everyone is very friendly and helpful
This was a pleasant surprise to have what felt like a semi private lot nestled in the woods. We had site 1 and felt we were close to a bathroom shower house as well as to the entrance. The restrooms were kept reasonably clean, and there's a nice playground by the bath house.
The negatives? It's a drive to the beach, which is rather crowded on nice Saturdays (to be expected)… there's no shortage of mosquitoes (but hey, you're in the woods, right? Bring a thermacell! )… and the midnight snack bandits we call raccoons are not going to hide from you. We had one traverse along our site while cooking dinner, but he left us alone and kept on his way. We saw several others during our stay… keep food and trash stored away!
In all we are very likely to return someday!
Definitely the best camp ground in West Michigan! Clean sites, friendly staff, and many amenities. Camp store, laundry, showers and bathrooms, huge pool, hot tub, pickle ball courts, kids play ground, bikes, scooters, and kayaks for rent (with a kayak launch) and boat slips on the water. They have access to a dog park as well. Home away from home!
Good fun park. Some of the sites are on the small size. Had we not arrived early we would not of been able to get our 30’ trailer in our site. Also had concerns of poison ivy on our site. We had family staying that weekend too so we were able to spend our time at their much larger site. Overall was a fun park with a nice beach. Dump station moved quick which was nice. We happen to be camping same weekend as the vintage camper show so that was a great experience.
Our family enjoyed this quiet, secluded campground in South Haven. Our site was on a corner lot and couldn't have been more perfect for our stay. Large fire pit and picnic table available at every site. There is a small path that leads to the beach. Best of all, warm showers everyday!
no overnight stays or tent sites. 7 night minimum stay.
We enjoyed our stay at this campground. The gift shop met most of our needs and the owners were very friendly. The kids and dog really enjoyed the playground, swimming in the lake and jumping off the floating pad. There were little cabins and trailers for rent but we had our own camper. There were also canoes and things to rent but we did not partake-fairly priced. One star removed due to the close proximity of the spots. But all in all we had a really nice time and will go back if in the area. Some geocaches near the campground and hit up Bullseye Market Place in Vandalia MI. Awesome meat and produce, bakery and local goods! We went back twice.
It’s not too far of a walk from the beach side and it’s not located too far from town so if you needed anything it wouldn’t be a waste of gas. It’s spacious between other campground sites and very well secluded!
Big sites, many with pull through sites. Kids area and pit toilets are close.
We camped here one night last summer on the way to Ontario. Its a large state park near the resort town of South Haven. The campsite was very crowded and full of local campers. The sites are on top of each other with no privacy or shade. The check in process was a mess. They did not have sufficient staff to handle the crowds during peak afternoon checkin. The facilities were old and in need of rear. The camp had overflowing trash cans everywhere. The highlight is the popular beach and sandy bluff overlooking Lake Michigan. This is worth a day visit if you are in the area. I can’t recommend this one due to the overcrowding and poor facilities.
Great family owned for generations. Not many private campgrounds around anymore. Close to holland city activities. Sites are level with full hookups 50 amp. Owners are very accommodating to your needs. Bathrooms are old but very clean. Might be filled up during holidays. Easy access off highway.
Overall this campground was fun. It’s on a golf course which is something new and exciting! There was a live band there on the Saturday night we were there, they were AMAZING! As good as some of the singers I’ve seen in downtown Nashville. The bathrooms are in terrible shape. They need major repairs. I did see the staff cleaning them several times but they are in such awful shape it didn’t really make a difference. This place has the potential to be a great campground if they would freshen up the paint and repair all the issues with the restrooms and showers.
MMichigan State park with large sites and lots of privacy. $25per night with electric. Several no wake lakes for kayaking, canoeing and fishing. One lake with swimming beach. Lots of trails for hiking, horses and mountain bikes. Roads quiet and could easily ride your road bike to nearby bike paths. I loved the lack of lights in the park at night making for a beautiful night sky.
I have stayed here quite often. The park is a typical state campground. The campsites have good space and isolation from other sites. The electrical was updated so alls it’s have their own hook up but some of the older boxes can have issues. The site I was on had the 30 amp plug that was not working.
There is a lot to do here; fishing, horseback riding. Mountain bike trails, lake with beach so if you get board it’s your fault. The mountain bike trails are challenging and will provide a good workout.
I will stay here again and again.
Wow! Three lakes, hiking, biking and horse trails, showers, camp host and super quiet this past week while there. Not many campers, but everyone there seemed pleasant and were quiet. Deep sites, electric if you so desire, firepit and tables. I use a tent. Driving from the west through Augusta is a treat…so pretty. Civilization not far at all. Fishing, beach, play areas and an amusement park for mountain bikers! No alcohol. Will return!
It's clean. It's well laid out. It's well staffed. It's near Holland, MI and Lake Michigan beaches. It has electricity only - no water or sewer in campsites. It's beautiful and piney and full of poison ivy and mosquitoes because it's in Michigan. Suck it up and enjoy the view.