campground had 105 sites and covered a large area. The roads were dirt
roads, but fairly wide. The site the two RV Gypsies got was grassy,
long, and had trees and 50-amp full hook-ups. The campground Wi-Fi
was not working, but the two RV Gypsies used their own Wi-Fi.
No TV. Barking dogs not tolerated. Yippee!
Even with all the empty sites, they put 4 RVs right in a row. Lee
Duquette chose this place to go to Tahquamenon Falls and Pictured
Rocks, but Karen Duquette told him that they had already been
to those falls. They booked a cruise to Pictured Rocks, but the cruise
got cancelled due to weather.
The campground had a pool, and surprisingly it still had water in it even though it was after Labor Day, but of course nobody was in it because the weather was quite cool. Other amenities: basketball net, mini golf, bike rentals, horseshoes, a pavilion.