I could not believe how quiet it was. I did not camp there but spent a few hours at the park and enjoyed the lighthouse, which was free and so full of history. The first light-keeper died within the first year, so his wife continued to maintain it by herself with their eight children for many years after. The campground is just grass, no trees for shade. So I would not camp there but if that is what you like, it perfect. Right on Lake Huron.
September 11, 2016 - reviewed by Mike Hutchison
Spent a September weekend here. Very quiet with a beautiful view of lake Huron. Two parks for the kids and pet friendly. Only downfall was the lack of trees for privacy. There's also a nice lighthouse museum on site.
June 7, 2016 - reviewed by Mark
We did not have the opportunity to stay at this part however we did stop in and talk to the 2016 managers and view the campground this is a beautiful location very quiet and well-managed it will be the next Park we stay at when we are in the thumb of Michigan