Came in June/July, middle of COVID-19. Park almost full. VERY high water and many spots closed as a result. Park was clean, nice bathrooms. Newer shower setup at one end of RV parking.
Beach's also very limited due to high water.
Trails (those open) are fun. Lots of variety. Saw lots of bicycles even though we didn't get outs out. We'll be back.
June 5, 2019 - reviewed by The Guy
Nice State Park
Wooded state park next to Lake Michigan and near Two Rivers, a nice little town.
Sites are nice.
Bathrooms are okay, but the water is rusty.
Plenty of trails and access to the water. Beaches didn't seem ideal for swimming or sunbathing, but scenic.
Very quiet during weekdays in early June.
July 26, 2018 - reviewed by Hikerbiker
Poison Ivy Everywhere!
This is a beautiful park but beware - there is poison ivy almost everywhere. It seems to be the predominant ground cover in the park. It was all around the perimeter of our site and was all along the campground roads. If you have children or dogs be extremely careful. To keep our dog out of it we carried him down to the picnic area (where dogs are not allowed) and walked him there.