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Michigan City Campground
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Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

We were there for a long weekend and were greeted by a very well-maintained campground. We were traveling with another family and they had a tent and we have a pop up. The pros: great kids playground, nice pool, nice ponds, well-maintained landscaping, nice store, and gravel roads. The cons: the bathroom are in need of some updating, The 3 shower stalls and changing parts are very small, the pool closes at 5 PM on Sundays, lots of seasonal/permanent sites, campsites for pop-ups are very small. We have a small pop up and we had to park perpendicular to the site because with our camper extended it took up the entire gravel site. The original site we were on was so unlevel we traded with our friends tent camping. I would go somewhere else next time like the state park.

Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
2  Thank wilson717
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Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

We stopped in to this campground to sleep for one night, we were given a tiny, pull through campsite next too the office. We had very limited maneuverability when pulling in our RV and had almost zero space to use our slide-outs. Much of the camp is filled with small sites like this. We're glad that we had a short walk to the pool, we could've been put way out front where there was a lot of trailers and zero tree cover. Pricing was decent for the experience that we had.

Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
Thank Thomas P
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Reviewed 22 July 2017 via mobile

Met friends who tent camped in the primitive sites while we were in the pull thru RV sites. The great: pool clean, decent catch and release fishing, grounds were trimmed and cared for, driving lanes were plenty wide, location is reasonable drive to dunes, quiet camping. The not great: RV sites are right on top of each other, lacking privacy, bathrooms need updating, primitive sites had odd sewage smell to them after heavy rain. Eww.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
Thank Schmoopette
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Reviewed 10 July 2017

We made a reservation based on the size of our trailer. When we arrived they sent us to the back of the campground and there was NO WAY this trailer could fit. I walked to the office and they told me to take the next one. Walked back and could not back up to the site and it was too steep. Folks all around just kept saying that there was no way this rig would fit. Drove to the office and told them I wanted my money back. They then found a drive-through in the front. I don't know what percentage it is, but it appears the overwhelming majority of trailers there are permanent. There is a "look" about a campground where folks live full-time. It was packed over the weekend and the bathrooms were filthy on Sunday evening. Wifi was almost nonexistent. It was way overpriced and would absolutely NEVER stay there again.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled with friends
1  Thank Fran H
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Reviewed 7 July 2017

We stayed there for a one night layover on the way to Michigan and were given a pull-thru site that was certainly large enough for our 20 foot truck and 30 foot travel trailer. The concrete pad next the the gravel drive was nice to have. They offer the full array of electric/water to primitive, and while it was a bit more expensive than what we usually pay, the park amenities, including very good wi-fi, made it worth it. Full service store, pool, and propane fills are offered. Nice place, good staff.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Alex G
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