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We were lucky enough to get into their overflow area. The lake front sites aren't exactly on the lake but close. This allows access to Lake Superior without having to go through campers' sites. Great spot for rock hounds!
This campground is close to Lake Michigan and lake Mac . Also convent access to town by car. Not my favorite sites(where are stayed) on the west end are small. Looks like the sites on the east end are larger and more comfortable. Very nice camp hosts! Clean restrooms and showers.
We stayed one night. The kids used the pool, which was a bit cold but large. We ordered pizza from the store, which was delivered to the site quickly. My grandson said it was very good. There was no gluten free as noted on the website, which we are used to happening. Hook ups were ok; there was no…
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Campground is clean. Most sites do not have water hookup. Bathroom/Showers are neat and clean. Across from the lake. Great for kayaking, biking, hiking and exploring. Beach down the road. Campers of all ages.
Reasonable fire wood prices.
The KOA had a lot going for it. Our site was spacious and we didn’t even have the patio sites. We had a pull through with full hook ups. KOA was nice and clean. Staff was super helpful.
It had a great pool and splash area. Also blueberry patches. There were plenty of amenities and activities if…
We were looking for a campsite particularly in Elkhart as we were visiting family and stumbled upon this one. It is family run and they are all wonderful! We had a nice spot not too close to anyone. There are other areas of the park where the sites are really close together. I was glad we had some…
Bathhouses were clean and free of bugs. Roads are nicely paved. Campgrounds are nice. Good for multiple tents. Fire ring is good. Beach was amazing and so were the trails. The concessions at the park are sparse. Family dollar is right down the road though. Firewood sales at location. Very buggy but…
Our plans changed mid afternoon, they had a spot for us. Reservations we’re easy and they were extremely welcoming and helpful
This is the campground I grew up going to. It is a fantastic park with a beautiful beach. I've visited many dune parks along Lake Michigan, but there is a grandness about these ones that I haven't found elsewhere. If you are looking for somewhere to be active and climb and hike the dunes, few…
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Lots of campers packed in, but we enjoyed the brief stay
Pro: kids activities, almost everything you can imagine for kids activities.
Con:The main thing that I didn’t like about sandy pines is that if you have a large camper, you can only get a spot in phase 3, which is really far away from all of the fun activities. You can rent a golf cart. We had…
The site was a little short for our 28ft trailer. Clean sites and bathhouse. The park attendants were friendly and helpful. We enjoyed the trails with park access. One trail lead to a very nice overlook of Lake Michigan.
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We stayed at the Lake Macatawa campground in August. The sites are small, the roads are tight, the crowd is pretty loud, and the bathrooms/showers are a bit insufficient for the campground size.
This average campground is saved by the fact that it is in an amazing location. Not far from…
The is a great place to stay. All concrete, gated, beach in a small lake, basketball court, fishing, pools, and lots of grass for the dogs. Laundry rooms and bathrooms spotless.
The campground itself is nice and clean with clean bathrooms and showers. Sites are close and does not provide a lot of privacy. More RVs than tents. Had some issues with some loud parties even after midnight, but hoping that was just that week. There was barely any beach left due to high water…