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Kerby M.
Warren Dunes State Park, Michigan, United States
4 Star Rating4.0 out of 5 stars
  Favorite Camping Spot
Reviewed on July 28th, 2020
We are a family of 5 with young children. The Warren Dunes campsite is by far our favorite camping destination (we are from the Chicagoland western suburbs). At least once a year we visit in the fall for camping and apple picking. We car camp and our kids love it. There is so much to do in the area and most days, hiking the dunes and visiting the beach is enough. There is a wide variety of campsite types to fit your personal preferences. It's affordable and well kept, the camp store is great and facilities clean. Be prepared to have sand in everything!
Kerby M.
Blackwell Forest Preserve, Illinois, United States
5 Star Rating5.0 out of 5 stars
  Very cute, very suburban
Reviewed on July 28th, 2020
We booked Blackwell as a first time camping with little kids trip (we adults are seasoned campers) and it is such a cute little park. Blackwell as a whole is immaculately kept and VERY clean. The campsites are not very private or even a little but rustic, feels a lot like camping in your backyard, but that might be what you are looking for. Our tent pad was all grass and the fire ring was well kept. We slept very comfortably and enjoyed visiting the camp store. The kids loved it and it was exactly what we needed to launch into a more rustic camping experience confidently. We typically camp in WI and MN, in much more remote car accessible sites but Blackwell is perfect for a single night or first time camping experience. And with it's proximity the suburbs, we even ran home for a forgotten item to avoid a toddler meltdown.
Kerby M.
Campsite 017 in Main Campground Area at Yellowstone Lake State Park, Wisconsin, United States
3 Star Rating3.0 out of 5 stars
  Okay site - Long and narrow
Reviewed on July 28th, 2020
Our first time camping at Yellowstone Lake (family of 5 with 3 young kids + grandparents). Site 17 is a hike in so expect to walk everything in and out. The site is long so easy to place two tents but can be tricky if you have large footprints. Mostly dirt and pebble ground over with limited tree cover. Somewhat visible t others on the path and in other sites. It's not a bad site, just not my favorite in that area. Parking is tight.
Kerby M.
Campsite 018 in Main Campground Area at Yellowstone Lake State Park, Wisconsin, United States
3 Star Rating3.0 out of 5 stars
  Second visit - better each time!
Reviewed on July 28th, 2020
Campsite is a hike in site located in a cluster of other sites off a main loop of the campground. Site is surprisingly large and backs up to the lake. There is a path you can walk but it is very steep and overgrown in some parts. Can easily fit 2-3 tents comfortably in the site, limited view of others so great if you are looking for privacy. Good balance of sun and shade. If you car camp or have a lot of stuff (we are a family of 5 with young kids and dogs) bring a wagon to save your back hauling everything. Parking is very tight and worthwhile to say hi to your neighbors in case you need some help getting around cars in the small lot. We brought our own toilet but drop toilets are an easy walk as is the water fountain. One complaint is the trails to the sites look like walking trails so occasionally people show up thinking they can get to the lake. Worthwhile to bring your camp sign or some lights to mark your entrance as a campsite not a path.
Kerby M.
Campsite R67 in Rainy Lake Campground Area at Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota, United States
4 Star Rating4.0 out of 5 stars
  Stone's Point - A Little Piece Heaven
Reviewed on July 28th, 2020
My family has been coming up to Rainy Lake my entire life and with COVID, we were unable to cross the Canadian border to visit our cabin so we decided to camp in Voyageurs instead - it was awesome! Accessible only by boat but a very short trip from the launch, it was a true find when it comes to logistics on the lake (some sites are deep into the park). The site has a sand beach, two tent pads, two bear boxes, a fire ring, open air drop toilet, and a picnic table. We had plenty of room for two tents (one a 6 person Coleman and the other an REI Kingdom 8) and two screened in shelters on the site. Stone's Point is the only campsite on Big American Island so it is very private, although occasionally busy with fishing boats in the calm water directly north. We camped in mid-July and were able to gorge ourselves on fresh blueberries daily (bring pancake mix!), there are several patches within sight of the site. We didn't encounter more than a single deer and a very fat mouse (who lives under the bear boxes) but heard the Lions and timber wolves at night. Rangers confirmed that black bears do live on the island so we were careful to store our food and garbage properly. The worst part were the bugs, biting flies and giant mosquitoes are common on that lake so make sure you pack appropriately and bring a screened shelter if you plan to sit out at night. We camped for 6 days and it rained for 3, which didn't help the bug situation. My one complaint but it's camping in the woods so not surprised. This is a great little site and if we were needing a place to stay on the MN side again, we would definitely book here again!
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Kerby M.
Campsite R67 in Rainy Lake Campground Area at Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota, United States
4 Star Rating4.0 out of 5 stars
  Stone's Point - A Little Piece Heaven
Reviewed on July 28th, 2020
My family has been coming up to Rainy Lake my entire life and with COVID, we were unable to cross the Canadian border to visit our cabin so we decided to camp in Voyageurs instead - it was awesome! Accessible only by boat but a very short trip from the launch, it was a true find when it comes to logistics on the lake (some sites are deep into the park). The site has a sand beach, two tent pads, two bear boxes, a fire ring, open air drop toilet, and a picnic table. We had plenty of room for two tents (one a 6 person Coleman and the other an REI Kingdom 8) and two screened in shelters on the site. Stone's Point is the only campsite on Big American Island so it is very private, although occasionally busy with fishing boats in the calm water directly north. We camped in mid-July and were able to gorge ourselves on fresh blueberries daily (bring pancake mix!), there are several patches within sight of the site. We didn't encounter more than a single deer and a very fat mouse (who lives under the bear boxes) but heard the Lions and timber wolves at night. Rangers confirmed that black bears do live on the island so we were careful to store our food and garbage properly. The worst part were the bugs, biting flies and giant mosquitoes are common on that lake so make sure you pack appropriately and bring a screened shelter if you plan to sit out at night. We camped for 6 days and it rained for 3, which didn't help the bug situation. My one complaint but it's camping in the woods so not surprised. This is a great little site and if we were needing a place to stay on the MN side again, we would definitely book here again!
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Jaime G.
Chain Lakes Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada
5 Star Rating5.0 out of 5 stars
  Wonderful getaway from Calgary
Reviewed on July 17th, 2020
Very well maintained campground. Nice playground area for kids and great views. We camp here often. Books up fast!
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Frances P.
Campsite 028 in Union Bay Campground Area at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Michigan, United States
5 Star Rating5.0 out of 5 stars
  Best View Ever
Reviewed on June 23rd, 2020
This campsite was by far my most favorite because of the location. You sit right beside Lake Superior and hear the waves crash all through the night. You also get an amazing sunset. It is very hard for me to pick other sites in different campgrounds because this was the very best.
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Pam B.
Campsite 01 in Isaac Creek Campground Area at Isaac Creek Campground, Alabama, United States
5 Star Rating5.0 out of 5 stars
  Great Place to Get Away From Everything!
Reviewed on June 19th, 2020
We spent Thanksgiving Thursday through Sunday at Isaac Creek Campground in Franklin Alabama. It's located along the Alabama River and where Isaac Creek flows into the Alabama. Reservations were easy and we could pick our spot through Reserve America. I did a little research and found a campground map online. I also researched some blogs to see what I could find out about the site. I found that the sites on Isaac Creek are more private and have wooded areas between each site. There are also docks for fishing along the creek too. About 15 docks for 20 sites. We arrived around 3:30pm after a 2.5 hour drive down from Montgomery Alabama. Bring your food since this place is really remote, but Finchburg Grocery is about 8 miles away that has pretty much everything (they have bait and camper stuff too) and they open at 5am. There are 60 sites total each with electric (50 amp) and water hookups (water is soft, so if you don't care for the taste/mouth feel bring your own water). Sites don't have sewer, but they do have a dual dump station close by at the park entrance. Sites are level concrete pads, have picnic tables, lantern holders, grill and fire ring. Sites 15-35 are premium waterfront sites, 1-6, 42-60 are standard non-waterfront sites. There are 2 bath houses with restrooms, showers and laundry. Showers have plenty of hot water, clean floors and are heated. Nights dropped into the 30's during our visit and the restrooms were a constant 60 degrees (there was a thermometer on the wall). Sites also have large 32 gallon trashcans and someone came around on Saturday morning and emptied the trash and put a new trash bag in the can. Park is very VERY quiet and away from any highway noise. Boats do go up and down the creek, but it's a no wake zone so it's pretty quiet. Park was full by Friday but it was still very quiet at night. Only street lights are at the bath houses, so bring lights for making that walk to the potty. Boy it was REAL dark! We have Verizon cellphone service and we could only get 1X. Occasional 3G service, but for the most part only 1X. Our television did not pick up any channels at all so if you want to watch TV better bring your satellite service with you. There are three play grounds, basketball court with two hoops, pavilion, large group cook out area, boat launch, fishing dock on the river and trails. Quiet time is from 10pm to 6am. Pets must be on a leash. Due to the nature of the area there are no swimming areas. We had a great time! Our site was number 22 on the creek and had it's own fishing dock.
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Jason M.
Main Campground Area at Pymatuning State Park, Ohio, United States
4 Star Rating4.0 out of 5 stars
  Good Value, Great Location
Reviewed on June 19th, 2020
We decided to check out the Pymatuning reservoir and initially planned to camp at the Jamestown Campground (in PA) but decided to try the Andover Ohio campground instead and we’re glad we did. The switch was mostly due to availability (Jamestown site was pretty full whereas the Andover site had lots of availability), but we also saved around $4-6 per night which is always welcome. This is one of the best values that we’ve had so far for camping – for $24-$26 per night we got a pretty nice electric site (20A) with plenty of shade, fully paved roads including paved spurs (first time we’ve seen that), spacious hot showers (nice that they are not the type with timing values which keep shutting off on you), and a short walk to the lake. The washrooms were average, meaning they were concrete buildings with a few flush toilets and sinks, not modern but we’ve had worse. The same can be said for the shower buildings, they could use updating but we did appreciate the amount of space allotted for each shower stall (about twice as much as normal). There are 3 camping areas in this park; we camped in Area 1 and found it to be generally lacking in privacy and the site to be somewhat bunched up together. That may have been an issue if the park was full, but even on a weekend in early August most sites in Area 1 were empty and so space and privacy were not a concern. Area 2 and 3 were much busier, maybe because they are closer to the “beach” (which is pretty small, but there is a great free beach near the Jamestown recreation area in PA), or because of services (30 or 50 amps, septic). All in all, the park was clean and very well maintain and the staff were friendly. We recommend this campground if you want to explore the Pymatuning area.
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