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The Park & Pack sites were a bit confusing online, so I decided on a solo exploratory trip before bringing my 9yr out.
After getting to the Ranger kiosk everything was pretty self explanatory. I stayed at Campsite 3, which was beautiful, tucked off of the trail beside a wide stream. Fair…
Love this place. Everything is close and the people are always nice. Always something to do.
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Had a 4 day 3 night long weekend. Camp host on I think lot 71 or there about were great at keeping the activities going. Every night there was a movie and you could buy root beer floats for $1!! And the kids loved it. We also used the camper beach but to the left of it to launch our kayaks. Which…
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The sites in the park are nice but small. There are no full hookup sites for those with bigger campers. The park has plenty to do, swimming at the beach or lodge pool, frisbee golf, horseback riding, hiking, boating, etc. Most sites have shade and hedge roe between your neighbors which is nice.…
A good, clean, well maintained campground. Pool, walking trail, dog friendly, restaurant, gravel pads. We would return…
i will provide more info tomorrow, but have settled in for the night, and it is peaceful. kids playing on the lake, lots of folks seem like they come here every summer for long stretches.
We stayed here for 3 nights with other family members. The park has soooooo much for kids to do it was amazing.
Short drive from Der Dutchmen, and plenty of fun places to sight see.
Would for sure come back here again.
The little drive around the pond is a bit of a butt clencher though.
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We found this campground on the Dyrt app. No one from campground ever retuned my calls. I called the Expo center and a lady answered all of my questions. Over 300 sites, first come basis. Full hookups. Park on grass site, level. We like this kind of basic camping as we have a motorhome and use our…
Staff is very friendly and we got a nice pull through site for a quick stop over my way to upper Michigan. There’s a really nice pond and has water activities if you stay longer￼. Easy in/out
This large campground was practically empty. The showers and bathrooms were dated, but fully functional. We enjoyed the trails. Critters were active at night.
We arrived three hours after check in started and headed straight to the camp office to check in. Our tent site was ready right away and the kind lady at the desk helped us get DRY firewood and helped us locate our spot. Our campground was clean and mostly quiet. About a 2 min walk and you can walk…
River Trail Crossing is privately owned, small campground (which we like) but nice and quiet. Sites include tents, small rigs and large pull through sites for big rigs. Sites located on the river are water and electric. Sites off the river have 50 amp and 30 amp. State route 95 runs to the…
As usual, sites vary in size and flatness. I like the circle with the rentable yurts. Nice woods around, lake is walking distance, some trails. Bathrooms have flush toilets, and showers.
Our 3rd time to this park with a new site. We really enjoy this smaller campground with the tall trees. It has pit toilets at the end of the electric and a great showerhouse set between the electric and full hook up. Our site was really big and shaded. We have dogs so this site gave us a little…
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