From E. Main Street we entered on Eastern Park Rd in a 38' DP where the brown park sign indicated to enter. The road is dirt, but it was smooth.
Alternately you can enter on Woodlawn Avenue, just be sure to NOT drive under the arch. At the arch hook a right on Kathryn Street, then left on Eastern.
The park is mostly occupied by full timers and looks very run down. That said, our stay was quiet and peaceful. The camp host bent over backwards to get us into any open space we were comfortable with which had us straddling #66/68. That's important when you're in a large rig. The spaces are tight, somewhat soft, and uneven with roots.
Easy walk around town. Very few OATV channels out of Wisconsin. Verizon averaged 2 bars of 4G, but overall lethargic.
June 25, 2019 - reviewed by Greg
Traveling By Bike
When cold winds are hitting the parks along the lake this is a close option. Close to bike path also.
May 25, 2017 - reviewed by Otis Fudpucket
We Like It
Peaceful wooded park that is an excellent value compared to overpriced Michigan State Parks. $25/night or $150/week for 50/30/20 amp and good tasting water with good pressure, fire ring and picnic table. Some sites have sewer but seem to be mostly taken by year-rounders. Bathrooms are big, new and clean with huge showers stalls.
All sites are back in and many are more suitable for smaller units. All are on grass and are pretty level. We were in a 40' motorhome with a motorcycle on the back and a toad on a tow dolly. The manager bent over backwards to get us a suitable spot. We lucked out.
Ignore your GPS if you have to. Enter from Main Street (aka Tyler Road)by turning north on paved Woodlawn Ave, not on dirt Griswold (aka Eastern Park Road) which is one block east and a very tight turn for a bigger rig. After one block turn east then turn north at the next street and you're in. DO NOT go through the stone and wrought iron arch unless you enjoy backing up on a steep one lane street.