June 30, 2021 - reviewed by b1tc01n n0m4d
$85/ngt on resort side, gated entry, bricklaid pads, manicured lawns, full hookups of course. Resort side definitely quieter, but the older RV park side had a "funner" more family feel. RV park looked to have some great areas for kids to play, friendly staff. Only downside: wifi was unattainable. Verizon: 2 bars
August 25, 2019 - reviewed by Stephanie
Great Experience! Very Clean & Friendly
Great campground, would definitely come back. Very clean, and very friendly staff. We took our 3 dogs and there was plenty of room for them around the campground for walks, and potty breaks. We were impressed how busy it was, and we didn’t think we were to close to our neighbors in our spot. We loved the nice new looking cement pad at very site! Trash was supposed to be out before 10am but someone always stopped at anytime to get ours when they saw a bag. Our only complaint is they allowed a commercial camper detailer to come in and power wash our neighbors campers and we had to listen to a generator run for a while and it was awful to listen to. Otherwise overall a great experience!
June 24, 2019 - reviewed by Cindy
Nice RV Park, Many Options For Campers
Park has many different sized lots and hookups - something for everyone. Sites are deep enough, and enough room on sides to be very comfortable. Some sites are grass / dirt, and others are gravel. Most have tall, mature trees.
Great location, close to Sleeping Bear, and short drives to many other great things - Pyramid Point, Leland....
We paid the extra money and stayed on resort side - beautiful! And very quiet. Not very busy. Sites are very large, all paved and very spacious. Would definitely go back.
July 23, 2018 - reviewed by Paul
Very nice park. Private sites, grounds are well kept, and staff very friendly and helpful. We will be back. 44 foot motorhome.
June 19, 2018 - reviewed by Russ
Not a ton of things to do for the kids like in many campgrounds but they do have the basics. This place is beautiful and the level stamped concrete pads define glamping.
Definitely recommend for the campground, friendly staff, and location in relation to sleeping bear
August 4, 2017 - reviewed by Carol
Very close sites. Our neighbors fire pit only 5 feet away from our RV. Smoke coming in RV. Closed all windows and couldn't turn on fan because it pulled in the smoke. Owners nice but just said sorry and did not do anything. Would not stay here again.
August 1, 2016 - reviewed by Connie R.
This campground provided a great central location for exploring Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore and surrounding communities of Empire, Glen Arbor, Leland, Northport, Suttons Bay, and Traverse City. They offer full hookup but we were only able to get electric & water for our spontaneous camping weekend. Be sure to take the time to do the Pierce Stocking Scenic drive, visit the village of Glen Haven, & watch a Lake Michigan sunset at Esch Rd. Beach. Closest grocery store is Glen Arbor or Traverse City. If you need wifi you will notice the lack of speed but who's here to have their nose stuck in a computer. Restrooms / showers were clean. Pool looks inviting. Pump out was easy to use. Staff is accommodating and friendly. Enjoyable stay at this quiet, pet friendly campground. $40/night for 30' camper w/water & electric