Sites were grassy with just a few 50 amp sites. Sites were designed with horse trailers in mind. Lots of activity the weekend we were there. Price was for more than 30 amp power. Need good pads to keep from sinking into the ground. Most sites not very level front to back.
Grassy but solid sites. Verizon 4g was exceptional. I was here with FMCA rally so price is just a guess. They had over 1800 rvs here for the rally. Only had 30 amp power but full hookup. Water pressure was extreme -- blew the end off one of my hoses. Pressure reducers at the faucet are a must.
Again this is one of the nicest "big rig" parks in the MI state park system. We have stayed here many times and the park is always clean and well maintained. If you camp in the early spring, the rate is only $16.
This is one of the nicest state parks in the MI system. Big rig pull through sites are easy to pull in and leave and relatively level. Verizon has a cell tower almost next to the park so the cell phone internet signal is exceptional. Download speeds at 3G were in excess of 100k per sec. We stayed here 6 times this summer and will stay next year also.
Our RV was 38' and it was a challenge to negotiate some of the bends in the road. Only 4 sites for the big rigs. View of Lake Superior was tremendous. An old campground but nice. We will definitely stay here again.
The staff was extremely helpful in making sure that we got into our site. All the visitor sites had concrete pads for the picnic tables (and the tables were on the pads). Most of the sites are seasonals but they are all very clean and presentable. The location is hilly and very picturesque. We definitely will return. No credit cards but will take a check.
The S.C.I.T. stands for Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe. This was one of the nicest campgrounds that we have stayed at in the last 2 years. The sites were wide so you had an idea of spaciousness and didn't feel cramped by your neighbors. Free, on demand, shuttle service is available to the casino.
Although this park is listed as big rig friendly, you need to be very careful of the trees. It took a couple of 3 point corners for our 38 ft RV to successfully navigate the roads to our site. Exiting the park was extremely easy though. Large sites were very wooded and grassy. We were charged an extra $5 per night to run our air conditioner even though they only had 30 amp power. The price without the air was $30.
Very little shade available for big rigs. We had an "episode" when we went for a day cruise with our RV. We left the water hose hooked up when we left. When we returned about 4 hours later, the hose was missing. We located it under and along a permanent residents trailer across the road. This kind of problem will make sure that we never stay here again, and is the reason for our downgrade.
This is a very nice park, however, the lots are not level. They all slant toward the rear of the lot which makes it hard to level the coach. Also the sewer connection is at the rear of the lot. I had to use a 5ft extension on a 20ft sewer hose to reach the pipe. Other than those 2 items it is a great park. WiFi was the fastest I've seen in a campground so far.
Although the site we had was marked as a big rig site, i had to go backwards down the road to access it. Nice bridge over the very busy highway to the beach part of the park. Cab service available for wherever you need to go. W-Ffi is available for a $6/day fee.
Although they list the sites as having big-rig access, they are but with difficulty. There are lots of trees and water fountains in the way. Park was very crowded. You need at least 50' of electric cord.
The only reason that I downgraded this park was that you have to pay 25 cents for each 3 minutes of your shower. One of the men's coin operated shower was broken. We stayed here 2 nights and will stay here again.