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Good location in Traverse City and right on the bike trail. The sites by the highway are noisy from the traffic. We had a site at the back right on the VASA bike trail which was quieter. We were able to walk to restaurants and...More
We loved our visit to Traverse Coty. The wineries were a favorite. So many beautiful scenes of the grapes and the water views of the lake. I also enjoyed the lighthouse!! This was a great place to visit. The over 1500 tractors were there to...More
This is a huge campground, almost 500 spaces. There are lots of trees and spaces are nicely separated. The only drawbacks are the showers and restrooms (it's hard to keep them clean with that many people) and the traffic noise. It's right on the highway,...More
I stayed in the East Bay mini cabin at Traverse City State Park in July 2018. The mini cabins serve my family’s purposes well. The cabin has a mini fridge, a microwave, counter with stools, electric outlets, and lighting. It has 2 windows that can...More
Have stayed here now 2 years in a row for the National Cherry Festival.
Easy electrical access (for those that need it)
Clean bathroom & Showers!
Nice beach right across the street (with "skywalk" access so you don't have to worry about the...More
Response from monicak202 | Reviewed this property |
Cant remember our site number, sorry. We were approximately 5 sites from the showerhouse in the rear section of the camp. I can tell you we had no issues with traffic or plane noise. There was a flooding issue! We had a... More
Cant remember our site number, sorry. We were approximately 5 sites from the showerhouse in the rear section of the camp. I can tell you we had no issues with traffic or plane noise. There was a flooding issue! We had a heavy rain that lasted a couple hours that flooded most of the camp. Water came so fast the ground couldnt absorb fast enough. Our area ended up with about a foot of water. People in tents were floating. Ill try to post a picture