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Michigamme Shores Campground
60 Purple Road
Marquette, Michigan
September 8-9, 2015

Michigamme Shores Campground had paved roads and that is unusual. The second unusual thing about this campground is that a railroad track runs right through the campground. But the two RV Gypsies only heard a few trains go through and it was during the day. But it still doesn't seem right because of the amount of children in the campground, and there was no guard gate, just a sign.

The two RV Gypsies had a nice grassy site, but they did not get a site on the lake. They also had unsecured Wi-Fi at sites that worked OK. A few TV stations came in but the sound and picture would cut-out periodically. Water pressure was OK. Pet were welcome, but barking dogs are not tolerated according to the paperwork the office gave to the two RV Gypsies. Yet, on the first morning waking up here, Karen was woken up by "yapping" dogs.

There was a laundry room open 24 hours. The campground rents canoes, kayaks, small motor boats, pontoon boats, paddle boats, volleyballs, tennis racquets, basketballs and horseshoes, but the two RV Gypsies did not rent any of those items. There was a playground, fish cleaning house, and a beach. No pool or rec room. Check-out was noon.

Michigamme Shores Campground sign Michigamme Shores Campground office and store

Real Railroad Tracks in the middle of the campground. NO GATES. Just a stop and listen sign. Is this a safe play area for kids? NOT!

Real Railroad Tracks in the middle of the campground stop and listen  sign
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