We loved this park. It's a wonderful stop between major metro areas. The dunes are fun to hike through. The beaches are lovely. Many of the sites in the campground are generously spaced with wide vegetation buffers.
The tent sites were nicely separated from the RV sites. Free showers. Set on a lake with a nice beach. Great for boaters.
A nicely wooded campground. We had electric and water at our site; a simple luxury we're not used to. It's a big campground with a maze of well marked, one-way roads. We took advantage of the island shuttle which picked us up right at the campground.
We found this campground while road tripping. We arrived on a Sunday night with no reservations and had our pick of sites. It fills on weekends so reservations are recommended. They have nice grassy sites and lean tos. There' s a nice beach and dock and a boardwalk path through the marsh. We wish would could have spent more time here.
I usually avoid KOA campgrounds. They're not really my style. However, after driving I-94 from the east, we welcomed the added comforts of a KOA.
We happened upon this campground during a road trip. We didn't have a reservation and were lucky to get one of the few open sites on a holiday weekend. Free showers. Nice beach for swimming. To top it off, the local Lions Club was hosting a pancake breakfast for all campers.