It’s a great place. Nice showers and bathrooms. Store nearby. Good hikes every directions. Walking distance from the falls. A little flooded in October!!
Great state park. Nice facilities, huge sites. Beautiful hiking trails to the falls. Brewery has good beer.
Great hiking, obvious beautiful falls, and quiet!
We stayed in the Lower Falls modern campground for 3 nights. The Lower falls were a short hike away, and there was a nice hike to the Upper falls 4 miles away. Unfortunately our campsite backed up to one that was full of noisy, ill-behaved children and a very loud dog. The bathrooms and showers were not cleaned very often and were covered in mud. If I went to Tahquamenon again I'd probably choose the Rivermouth campground in the hopes that it would be more peaceful.
Rustic with modern bathroom 1/4 mike away in next campground; on the river with access for kayaking and fishing; no motor homes, quiet and well spaced sites
This campground was cute and had very nice facilities. Our campsite was near the mouth of the river. It had ample room at the campsite, a fire ring, clean bathrooms, and a close water source.
Nice listening to the waterfalls at night. Nice clean bathrooms and showers. Huge campsites.
We brought our two kids and dog camping and had a great experience. Camp sites were decent sizes, and we had great access to the water. Restrooms were clean and well-maintained, and our kids loved riding bikes all around the campground. We stayed in the Hemlock part, but they could easily travel between the two. Just a note, the mosquitoes were bad in September, so take bug spray!
What a beautiful campground. Located on the river. Spectacular sunrises and quiet. Non-electric and very clean pit toliets. The misquitos were crazy but a little misquito repellent and my pup and I were good to go. The hiking trails are awesome and the river is perfect for kayaking and fishing
Well maintained. Has electrice hookups but no water. Nice bathroom shower area and cleaned daily. Playgrouns for the kids and nice hiking a s trails. Lots of mosquetoes!