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We stayed in the bunkhouse cabins Labor Day weekend. Other than a shower Saturday afternoon while we were at the Island, the weather was great. The bunkhouses are very basic. 12 sets of bunk beds and a table with chairs. There are small closets by...More
Wilderness State Park has “rustic” tent campsites. They are more secluded than a typical campground and most have Lake Michigan beachfront and lake views. Other campers walked over from the rv full hook up campground and told me how great my site and setup were.....and...More
I can't say much about the campground where you can park your RV or trailer as I was tent camping. There's an older tent camping site to the west of the RV park that seems a little cramped with everyone on top of each other....More
Stayed at the Pines loop for 2 nights in July/August ( Monday - Tuesday) Campground is just ok. There is no camp store nor wifi. You couldn't even make a call. Why i gave this 2 stars was because the Camp Host in Pine. On...More
Wilderness is great! I’ve been to Mackinaw City so many times and have stayed in the hotels with all the other people...but for a short drive away to be right on the lake with hardly any people is amazing. The park is a bit weird...More
I have camped many places in Michigan throughout the years, and have found Wilderness Cabins to be my favorite. The camp grounds are kept clean. The cabins are great! If you are looking for some great times camping, this is the place to go. Will...More
This park is wonderful because it is truly wild. There are excellent hiking and biking trails, however, there are tons of places to explore off trail. One of our favorite things to do is hike the beach to Waugoshance Point and skip stones and write...More
We campmed there on Memorial weekend and found the park to be very nice. The bathrooms were clean and there were a ton of mountain bike trails nearby. It's not too far from Mackinaw City and the Island. I would strongly recommend. One thing, if...More
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All of the hiking trails are open to biking EXCEPT Waugoshance point and any beach areas. Basically, any established trail. There are some nice flat sections and some hilly sections. Be sure to ask a ranger and note which... More
All of the hiking trails are open to biking EXCEPT Waugoshance point and any beach areas. Basically, any established trail. There are some nice flat sections and some hilly sections. Be sure to ask a ranger and note which sections may be muddy or even underwater (the eastern section of the trails can be). I am not sure about a fishing dock for Lake MIchigan. There is a pond near the nature center where we have caught panfish and bass.