Not sure of the nightly rate as we came here with a caravan group. Several of us were parked together and it appears we overwhelmed their 30 amp electrical circuit. Voltage fluctuated over a range of 106 to 123 volts. Voltage was so low in the AM that we choose not to turn on the microwave or toaster. This was even with the water heater turned off. So no hot coffee! Not a good way to start a morning. Although Wi-Fi was available, we could not get a strong enough signal in our site for it to be useable. Owners seemed nice enough, but they have some work to do.
Came here with a group of 13 rigs. We completely overwhelmed their electrical system. Voltage fluctuate over a range of 10-15 volts depending on load. Our voltage went as low as 104 volts. We were afraid to turn on micro or toaster without having the generator running. Also the ground was soft, not terribly level and jacks sunk in quite a bit. And many sites didn't have sewer but they have a dump site. There is no ATT cell phone coverage and Verizon phones only received a very minimal signal. On the positive side: the owners were helpful and nice, the restroom and laundry facilities were clean and the setting was pretty.
This is a neat little short term stay location. It was very quiet and not very busy. Our MH was located on asphalt at the furthest end of the camping area overlooking the boat launch. We were able to watch a lot of local geese wander the nearby soccer fields. We also got to see a pair of local eagles that nest in the area. The only real downside was the dump station that was located on an incline from where you stop your RV. All-in-all, we enjoyed our stay here while visiting the Packer Facilities and wandering through all the shops in nearby Door County.
This is an adequate overnight stop. Be wary of the crumbling concrete pads in several of the sites. These are spaced at wheel width but they are disintegrating and can interfere with leveling. On the positive side, the park is quiet and has a little lake that is available for fishing. Do buy gas at the truck stop across the highway, but be careful of the crumbling concrete in the entrance to the diesel pumps.
A couple notes about this park. Be careful on the county road leading to the park. It is rather narrow. Although the park has a map to its sites and the 50 amp sites marked, I found a couple errors. In addition, our sewer connection didn't have a cap and had grass growing into it. I ran water just to check flow before dumping. Nobody in the sites below me complained about backup so I guess the system wasn't clogged in our row. We would stay here again. It looked as if the families that were here were having fun on this holiday weekend.
This park is a mile or so off the main highway. It is about 3 miles to Lambert's Cafe, "Home of Throwed Rolls". Good food, live piano music and a very enjoyable atmosphere. A must see place to eat! The park is pretty quiet. Only 3-4 rigs came in on a Thursday night. There seems to be about 10 long term campers. Wi-Fi wasn't terribly strong but it worked. According to the after hours sign-in board, the full rate is $43. But, it is $23 for Passport America and for "Senior Citizens". If I were a teenager, I wouldn't pay full price. But, we would return again.
Wow. This park looks wonderful when you look at it from the Ranger Station. Beyond that, it needs big time work. Most of the sites are not usable. Roads have a ton of potholes. Employees don't obey the posted speed limits. Wi-Fi wasn't working, don't know how long it has been down. AT&T phone only works on the hill in front of the Rec Building. The positives: People were friendly, and they serve a good inexpensive breakfast in the Trading Post.
We really enjoyed this park. Stayed here a week. It is a great place for overnight or longer. The manager was very friendly and quite helpful. He offered popcorn and hot chocolate when we checked in. He even had USA Today newspapers in the AM. Park is well taken care of. Most of the sites appear to be concrete and very level. They have no problems with washing your rig. The only negative was the soft water; just couldn't get the soapy feeling off my skin after a shower.
This is a nice little park. It is out in the countryside pretty much well away from everything. It was enjoyable and so quiet. It appears that it doesn't get much business. There were only two rigs in the park when we were there. We would stay here again just to get away from it all. We stayed one night at the Passport America rate of $13 and then three more nights at $16 per night.
This park is everything that people have said before. It IS expensive but they appear to have a lock on the RV campers in this area. One downside is the levelness of the sites. Most, especially those closest to the lower end of the park, slope downhill toward the front and left hand side of your rig. We tried to level our motor home but the front wheels kept coming off the ground. So bring some boards or blocks to put under your front wheels.
As mentioned before, the park is somewhat rundown. Many trees are not trimmed, so you have to be careful when entering and leaving many sites. The overnight spots on the right hand side appear more open than the sites in the center lanes of the park. The larger of the two clubhouses was clean and had plenty of tables and chairs. But, the walkway leading to the clubhouse was broken up and had weeds growing in the cracks. The golf course is not as nice as it was some years ago. Several greens and sand traps appear to have gone to pot. If I remember correctly the park was in better shape when we were last here. Appears to be a safe park and the staff were friendly and helpful.