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There are many free spots on this road where you can pull off and setup a tent or small RV. The spot we stayed was nestled near a lake that offered a great sunrise and sunset. Thank goodness there were some hard frosts before and I could only imagine this spot being infested with mosquitos. This was a nice spot for an afternoon and stay for the night but I don’t think we would have stayed longer at our specific site (we passed about 2 other sites that looked slightly more roomy. Overall we would recommend this area if you need a FREE place to stay with awesome sunrises and sunsets. Also check when the hunting season is as we just missed it and based on others reviews from other websites it would have not been a pleasant morning to wake up to gunshots.
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Family campground with restaurant, gift shop, camp store, ice cream parlor, and hested pool. The only negative is the campground is basically in a field with very little trees and the sites are close together. There see 127 sites all of them have a firepit and electric hook up and cement pad. There are showers and a camp store…everything looks updated recently. There is a volleyball pit, playground, and horseshoes. The "fishing pond" is very small.
This is a campground in Yankee Spring Recreational Area in Mid-Michigan. This is a nice rustic campground near the NCT(North Country Trail).