Pretty standard Michigan State Park campground. Nice staff. Park maintenance is currently building a wood fence to keep folks away from steep bluff edge. Views of Lake Michigan fairly limited. If these were improved, this would be a much more popular park. I was very disappointed that their stairs to beach had been eroded near its base so you could no longer access beach but had to drive to one of two local beaches. I stayed one night and unfortunately had to camp next to a group who had a very barky, anxious large dog. Some folks need to leave their poorly trained dogs at home.
Beautiful setting. there are tons of trails through beautiful deep woods that lead out to various points along the lake. great paved bike paths to Rogers City and up north. Campsites under #50 are beautiful & heavily canopied. campsite # above that tend to be set closer to noisy local highway and more open, grassy sites. this place is a little gem. lucked out with virtually no mosquitoes but think it’s been a dry summer here. lots of poison ivy, as usual up here.
This campground is as about crowded as Yosemite floor campgrounds. you are right up on top of every one and their mammoth 5th wheels. everyone is super friendly. Dog beach is NOT a beach but a wood walk way out to an area where your swimming dogs can swim. birding trails are great. Bring a repellent for biting flies. watch for many kids bombing around on their bikes & bike trails.
Very scenic grassy fields and trees along a reservoir that has fishing, boating, & canoeing. Great birds fir birding. Great lakeside campsites.