It's a one-hour drive from Milwaukee. Nice, easy hiking trails. Facilities are kept clean. LOTS of RVs, so check out the photo of site before you reserve if you want to ensure your site has at least some privacy. They have one large teepee for rent that sleeps several people with cots provided, situated on a large wooden platform at the top of a hill with views of the lake beyond for $40 a night. Make sure you attempt to reserve it well in advance.
Gorgeous place to camp! everything was beautiful, this park has it all… spacious campsites, sand dunes, trails, beach, gorgeous sunsets! plenty to do! there is a large open area and play area for kids to run around walkable from the camping, lots of little paths to explore! we loved our time here and can’t wait to go back!
The non-electric sites are more wooded and closer to the nicer bathroom and showers. Pretty firm on the noise rule after 11.
Although there are plenty of nature trails an a pretty beach on Lake Michigan, the sites are very close together. With over 200 sites, it makes for a very noisy campground with lots of barking dogs and crying/screaming kids. In addition, you can hear the cars on the highway all night, as this campground is right by it.
We love this park. Lazy days at the beach listening to the waves and kids playing in the sand. Our site had tall pines for the kids to hang hammocks and plenty of open area for yard games. Good shower facilities as well. We do most of our state park camping during the week due to our schedule, fewer campers and quieter surroundings is enjoyable.