Our campsite was what I would call average sized, and set up with some thought. We were next to a hill with a river at the bottom, but we never really saw any wild animals even though there were a lot of trees(no thick over growth) on the hill. Never went in the pool, but it looked nice. A few nice trails, but no geocaches. None of the roads we paved. The campground was (what I would call) quite. They had a really good church service for a campground. I wish the camp ground was not so far away from where I live.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A family friendly campground located on the southern edge of the Huron-Manistee National Forest. From rustic camp sites to full-hook-up sites. Rustic cabins, deluxe cabins. Great central location to many great places to see and things to do. Canoeing/kayaking/tubing/rafting on White River. Michigan Adventure, Lake Michigan, sand dunes are just a few of the many things. Something for everyone. ... more less