Cheboygan State Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Decent, but really not much here
Our last stop along our Sunrise Coast exploration took us to Chebyogan State Park. It is down a dirt road, which isn't too bad. The staff was very friendly and accommodating, letting us go check out available sites. The sites along the lake are pretty secluded feeling, but most of the others are not. We did find one that had some trees in the back to give us some privacy.
All and all tho, there's not much to do here. The hiking trails through the woods are absolutely swarming with mosquitos that made it miserable to hike. We did go out to the point, and decided to scrimmage back to the campground along open lands and wading through marshland. Sure beat the mosquitos!
Cute little park, but 2 nights was enough for us here.
Will never return
We knew it was a small state and didnt expect much but...first the road to the campground is not even paved...when you arrive to register you have to self register because no one is there...a staff member comes to the campground a couple of times throughout the day and leaves right away again...the beach is over two miles away...the sites are 20amps with no water taps to be seen anywhere...we asked for a large site since our trailer is 35 ft...it barely fit into the site and putting out one of the slides was a no go...there is no playground...there is nothing here
Lots of trees
We almost turned around because there is a gravel road into the park, and we were leery since most Michigan parks we had been in had paved roads. We thought we were lost. But, no, this one is a little less developed than some of the others.
There are lots of trees but the sites are very open. Sites are big and flat; no leveling problems here for the most part. Lake access ends at site 46; if you want to be close to the lake choose an odd numbered site between 17 and 45.
They have kayaks for rent.