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Very cheap - 30 amps, water and sewer hookup on unlevel overgrown sites. Not exaggerating that weeds are a foot high covering all the sites and grounds like a pasture - unless you bring your own weedeater or mower. The ancient class c camper next to us doesn't appear to be movable and has no sewer…
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If you want to gamble it's the place for you If you want to camp fine a better place
Great host A+++
Flys were out as normal but still very enjoyable place,
We had a great stay at Aune Osborn. Beautiful quiet place. Friendly staff, pet friendly and freighter watching.
Tight camping at the campground. Good restroom and showers. The lower falls are great place to swim. The upper falls and brewery are magic.
This is a great place to camp for a night or two if you are looking to do some peaceful fishing or explore the whitefish point area. There are no facilities at this campground and only a pump well for water. The closest town is Paradise which is very limited and only has a small general store.…
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This campground has 18 sites, lots of little walking paths, as well as hiking trails that lead you to other nearby lakes that don't have access for vehicles. Those other lakes also allow for hike in camping for a more remote setting, even though this campground is fairly remote itself. There is a…
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Snowmobiled, snowshoed, hiked, cross countries, oh and nice waterfalls.
We always go after Labor Day for less bugs. The weather is always perfect and camping right on the river is great. We’ve been multiple times and will definitely go back
We were there late in the season and had a lovely, quiet campsite near the River where we fished for our dinner and later built a romantic campfire.
My husband and I have been coming here for years and it has to be one of my favorite places in the upper peninsula. The views are spectacular and the area is peaceful. The campground does tend to get crowded in the summer but it’s worth it. We love spending time on the beach collecting rocks. The…
Rustic campground far away from it all. At least 11 miles of corrugated dirt road to get to the campground from either way. Very slow going with a camper. All sites are first come first served so get there early if you want a spot. We got lucky and grabbed one of the last sites available and we…
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I went in mid-late November so water and restrooms were closed off by then. I was the only camper there but it was lovely. You can hear the lake waves and you’re steps from the trail to the lighthouse. The grounds are well kept and trash is still picked up intermittently.
At 217 acres, Muskallonge Lake State Park is on the smaller side. However, it is a great basecamp to visit the many scenic locales throughout the northeastern section of the Upper Peninsula.
The campsites vary immensely in size throughout but include both paved, gravel, and grass sites in…
We stayed for a night in October in the Upper loop in an RV. There were no amenities or hook ups but we were able to use our generator between 8am and 8pm. There are tons of hiking trails nearby and the other campers were mainly all tent campers (and most didn't have cars) so we felt a little loud…