This is a nice park especially if you are interested in history! It is very quiet and somewhat remote. Pads are concrete with gravel drives. Site #2 is level. As mentioned in another review there are two campgrounds with the upper one having the longer sites. We didn?t have to unhook with a 23foot travel travel and there are bigger trailers here. There is a steep hill to get to the upper campground. Historical buildings, cemetery, submarine, and remnants of forts onsite.
Pretty entrance but this huge park is mostly permanent residents. The sites are not maintained. Roads are dirt with some gravel and many pot holes. Our site was not level and we had to park our trailer on the patio. Our hookups we ancient and in the site next to us. Most folks drive gas powered golf carts up and down the narrow roads and sleep is almost impossible. If possible, skip this place.
Having read good reviews about this place on another site, we chose to spend a transiting night here. It is full of permanent people with old campers. The staff is extremely nice but the sites are very tight and close packed. The hook ups are oddly spaced, forcing us to park the wrong direction and our door opening up onto the neighbors sewer hose. This is a city park and the grass is overgrown and the sites are gravel. Consider staying elsewhere!
This is a city park and we are staying on the shore of Lake Superior. Site 100. Didn?t use the bath house the but the campground is close to town and has a nice beach. We would definitely come back! Reservations are a must!
Very nice folks run this place. Saw a good review on the Good Sam site but found an Unattractive campground with old buildings. Lots of road noise from adjacent 4-lane highway. Full hookups on gravel sites. No cable or UHF.