Large and very open grounds right on Lake Huron, plumbing, electrical, some playgrounds and of course the lighthouse. Enjoy beautiful sunrises and clear dark sky's over the open water for star gazing. Plus, constant breeze makes it always cool and very low mosquitoes.
It's a large, fairly open grounds with a lot of sites. It gets pretty busy with campers, day use and other activities. Portage lake it beautiful, lots of water activity, trails and stables nearby.
Ird got all the amenities and a food vendor by the beach area lol. Overall it was a lot of fun for a several families to meet up and camp together.
Large wooded campground with nice sized sites, picnic table, fire ring, electric hook up, flush toilets, and year round activities. There are lots of trails for biking and hiking, a day use/ mucc logging museum that's kinda throughout this one area of woods. Beautiful new and old growth, a couple of nearby lakes, it was beautiful.
Pretty open grounds, electric hook up, flush toilets, accommodates all kinds of campers, including some hike in sites. Boat dock, swimming area, play ground, activities during the summer. It's a nice grounds but generally bust and open. My dad enjoyed introducing my sister and I to camping at this grounds.
Nice size sites, relatively private. Rustic grounds so hand pump and outhouse. Nice little lake with a boat launch.
About half the sites have waterfront access, beautiful beach, nice wooded sites.
Picnic table, fire ring, nice outhouse, town not too far.
It's not a bad site, rather small, kinda felt crowded even when it wasn't, not much for trails or lakes. It is right across the street from the falls… and like right off the street. It's a great place to crash and see the falls, just not a lot to do.
Picnic table, hand pump water, and a clean outhouse. It's got what you need.
Found this campgrounds while going to the Shoepac sinkholes, it's broken up into 3 units, we stayed at the last unit across from the road to the sinkhole. Only maybe 12 sites and about half with waterfront access to the little lake. Lake tomahawk is attached to the first unit.
Hand pump water, picnic table, fire ring, decently tended outhouse, bring a bandsaw for plenty of wood, and gas station/ but shop not far. We also heard lots of looks in August.
Some waterfront sites, the lake was beautiful but we didn't have much luck with fish. Plenty of wood around and water hand pump on grounds. One of my favorites in MI so far.
Only about a dozen sites, most to partial shade (it's in the forest), plenty of downed pine not far. Sites are positioned well and decent for tent or something like a motorcycle camper. No water but up the mountain, at the Cheaha State Forest campground, you can refill when nessesary. There were a hand full of walk in sights off the trails heading through.