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Camp is clean and quiet. Bathrooms and showers are clean. Walking distance to the beach. Would visit again.
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.
Had a great experience at this campground. Everybody was extremely nice. We couldn’t fit our trailer into the site we reserved. They were very understanding and found us a pull thru site to use. There was lots for the kids to do at the campground including playground, jump pad, mountain bike…
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This is our go to spot every year! We get the same site and we have the time of our lives while we’re here!
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…
Ok, so I might be biased because this is where I spent my summers growing up. But I’ve never found another campground with such a great mix of secluded sites, but still opportunities to meet and party with fellow camper.
Endless hiking trails and two lakes where you can fish, swim, and boat.
If you like modern camp sites then it’s a great spot. A little too crowded for my tastes, but there are some good hiking and biking trails near by we enjoyed. Be careful what campsite you get though because flooding was a problem last time I was there. We got 2-4” of rain overnight.
Nice place to stay, open sites, near the lake.
This is a nice state campground with 211 sites in Holland. There is no alcohol allowed. It is hard to get into this campground so make your reservations early. The sites are $33 each or $37 for a 50 amp. Each site has it's own fire pit. There are two play areas and a volleyball court and horseshoe…
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This is a campground in Yankee Spring Recreational Area in Mid-Michigan. This is a nice rustic campground near the NCT(North Country Trail).
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Owners are friendly and do a good job keeping the camp nice
We spent 5 days here in June. The campground is clean, the wi-fi is great. The pool and playground area is nicely laid out. We ordered food from the store and they brought it right to our site. A tornado passed within a mile or so of the campground and the employees were out within minutes to make…
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I just went to check this campground out and it had one site that I would like to stay on. Site 71 was right on a dune with stairs to see the lake!
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One night stop in this great state park. No thrills, just beautiful nature(forest, dunes, and lake)! No full hook, just electric. But water and dump onsite.
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