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Nice little park, but you do need a park stamp on your liscense plate or a sticker for your vehicle. They offer no day passes to this park. That is sad. They do have a nice parking lot close to the beach and there is...More
This is a wonderful place for couples, families or friends to camp or just spend the day. Swimming, paddle boards and fishing are just some of the activities you can choose to partake in or just go for a pleasant walk. As always the people...More
My husband and family have been visiting here for 40 plus years. We always camp in the south end. Very sandy lots with shade. South end has new earth friendly bathrooms and showers but...this year the showers were not good. If you wanted any pressure...More
We love this campground! This is our 3rd year and plan on returning next year and beyond. I am giving a 4 on the review because of the north side bath house which we are using. The showers well 2 of the shower rooms have...More
7/5-7/7/18. This state park was nice. Campsites needed to be leveled. Very little grass. The park was nice and clean. Beaches were very nice. Elect only however there was a dump station and water fill up site. The bathrooms on one side were old but...More
Great park! We were on site 1 and loved it. The park was across the street so it was easy to relax while the kiddos went out and about to play. Beautiful sunsets, great beaches! Kids were able to ride their bikes all over. Sites...More
One of my family and extended families favorite places to camp. We usually come in a group of 4-8 campers/fifth wheels; including at least 16 kids age range 1-17 in our group. They all go out on their bikes and we feel very safe allowing...More
Spent four days camping. Large sites with some trees. Overall nice park but showers leave a lot to be desired. Understand water conservation but to on,y have a small stream of water it's very hard to wash your hair! Beach and lake are very pretty...More
Located within minutes off I-75 and the city of Gaylord. Many golf courses to choose from also just minutes away. All the sites look to be shaded which is a bonus in the summer, but with that being said, the sites are more dirt than...More
Response from MichiganDNR | Property representative |
Yes, Pets are welcome on a 6-foot leash in Michigan state parks, park campgrounds, state forest (rustic) campgrounds, state forests, non-designated bathing beach areas, harbors and the majority of trails and boat launches.