|Sign at the entrance of the park|
It doesn't matter if you are looking at the Mackinaw bridge from the north or south sides, it is an impressive sight to see. It is also impressive at night when it is lit up with colored lights.
|The bridge as seen from the campground|
There is a road behind the campground separating it from Lake Michigan's shore. The road wasn't busy and didn't impair our view of the bridge or of Lake Michigan.
We searched for a geocache hidden near the park along the lake's shore. We knew that someone found it earlier that day, but we could not locate it and gave up our search.
The camping sites were closer together than we would have liked. Out site was deep enough that we could hitch up the night before we left and the truck was not protruding on the road.
|Our caravan in the park|
|Rosie among the Airstream trailers|
Here are some specifics about this park:
- Our site had 20, 30 and 50 amp power.
- Our site had both water and sewer connections.
- Our site was a back-in with a view of Lake Michigan.
- Our site was grass and close to level.
- Our site had a picnic table, but it was in a difficult to use location and too heavy to move.
- Restrooms and showers were in the center of the park. They were clean and functional.
- The park provided reasonable Wi-Fi service.
- AT&T placed two bars of 4G voice and data service over our site.
- We were able to watch CBS, Fox, NBC and PBS TV stations using Rosie's antenna. We also saw the COMET digital TV signal.
- This was a pet friendly park.
|Visiting a museum in St Ignace|
|The bridge in the background|
|The path from the campground to Lake Michigan|
|Our caravan as seen from Lake Michigan|
|A sunset picture over Lake Michigan|
|Suzy on a hayride|
|Sunset on Lake Michigan|