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For those who want to spend an hour or two searching for Petoskey stones this is a great location. There’s a little parking lot at the top of the beach which allows you to walk down to the beach and search. Or if you would...More
This campground has 2 great things. 1 is location and 2 is campsites are private and spacious. But some on the inner loop are wet and low so during rain if you are in a tent you will get wet. This campground need a shower...More
Ate lunch in Charlevoix and drove over to check this place out. Spent the rest of afternoon with husband and daughters looking for petosky and charlevoix stones. Found several—uncrowded beautiful beach —up trail by ranger shack in back a toilet for use if needed—great way...More
We were a little leery about trying this park because the campsites are all rustic, with no electric hookup, no showers, and vault toilets. We are senior citizens accustomed to these luxuries. But a friend recommended it and the location was great after a day...More
This is our favorite park in Michigan. We have stayed on site 13, 25,and 34. The sites on the lake are hard to snag but when you can, its quite a treat! Great place for quiet peaceful relaxation. Rock hunting is great here! All time...More
I really don’t want to tell anyone about this beautiful tucked away park on the south end of Charlevoix....I want it all for myself. But, there is enough beach along Lake Michigan for everyone to enjoy, and it’s so worth taking the time to explore....More
Beautiful wild nature park, with some shores at lake Michigan. Places to park trailers and camping, small infrastructure to the tourism. The Fisherman's Island itself is a small portion of land 300 ft from the shore. Amazing to stop the boats in the lake and...More
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We live here so haven’t tried to get a camp site in August, but either North or South are equal! South also has a stream running into Lake Michigan and has a better view of sunsets. A lot of deer and an occasional bear... More
We live here so haven’t tried to get a camp site in August, but either North or South are equal! South also has a stream running into Lake Michigan and has a better view of sunsets. A lot of deer and an occasional bear visit the wild apple trees at old homestead sites in the woods near the south end. The beach is easily accessible from anywhere, and bring a fish pole to go out on the island and fish for smallmouth bass.