We stayed here for two days with our three kids. There is a small store with candy and ice cream. The playground is located near the entrance/exit. You cannot see the playground from most of the campsites. The playground also butts up to Duke Creek. It's pretty shallow, but you definitely need to keep an eye on the kiddos so they don't go for a swim. The road is a dirt/gravel mix so scooters would not be a good choice for the kids. Bikes will work much better. We came after the pool was closed for the season, but I feel like in the summer this would be a great spot. The camping area itself is very shaded with mature trees that are tall enough to clear your antenna. If need be. They didn't seem to stick to the store hours and the firewood you have to buy is very wet and hasn't been seasoned at all. They only had the barrel rides the day we left which was disappointing for the kids.
All the creekside area is claimed by the seasonal residents & they don't seem to enforce the speed limit
March 29, 2019 - reviewed by Lynne
Very friendly atmosphere, great large site. No complaints at all. This is our new go to place when we come to Michigan. Thanks for your great hospitality.
September 7, 2018 - reviewed by Abel Perez
We have been going to this park for years. Very friendly and helpful hosts. Geared to children activities. Bathrooms and park are kept clean.
August 26, 2017 - reviewed by Leon
Great peaceful place to stay. the owners Mike and Rhonda are very helpful making sure you have everything you need and make sure your stay is as pleasant. plenty of things for the kids to do. the campsite is nestled into the wooded area lot of pull through campsites. It's a must you come and stay you will enjoy it.