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26 RV Parks near Boyne Falls, Michigan
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Owner and staff were excellent. Totally ATV friendly park wonderful with guests. Yes, there were rough road getting to the park but well worth it when we arrived. It was like being with family. - RJ56
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Very quiet. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Will definitely be back. Very atv friendly. - RJFauble
Aug 2013 - $27.00
RV park is in a field with dirt roads. Signage is not great. And there is a 3 mile dirt road to get there. Be sure to check their website for the best directions to get there. Not particularly convenient to seeing the area, but it worked out okay once we arrived. Nice guy in the office. - Sally Chew
Aug 2015 - $26.00
This park is an older one of the MI system causing mixed reviews.
Pros: quiet, sites large enough for big rigs, great lake, power levels good, wooded sites with plenty of firewood available, ability to park at any angle on your site. Park personnel great at making a pleasant stay.
Cons: Roads are old and very narrow making large vehicle access tricky. Allows multiple tents on any site making crowding on the site a problem with cars close along the road. Restrooms older but clean with shower head at shoulder level so interesting showers.
We had 4 different track teams during our stay and they were the most polite and quiet every. - dalenoel
Aug 2012 - $25.00
The Good: Close to Boyne City which has a nice Farmers Market. Nice swimming beach. Our Verizon aircard had a good signal here. The Bad: This park is not a highlight in the MI State Park system. The roads are narrow and the facilities are aging. The park was extremely crowded with High School track and cross-country teams. We saw sites with 5-6 large tents on them with multiple kids in each tent. We thought there was a rule covering how many unrelated campers could be on each site. The bathrooms and showers were not cleaned any more for the large crowd so were constantly muddy. The park was loud until quite late. Other campers had parked their trailers parallel to and right next to the already-narrow road which made getting our RV in difficult. Not a restful or enjoyable visit. - Boyinks4Adventure
Jul 2012 - $31.00
Most of sites are a bit cramped in, and the numerous boats and trailers parked all over do not help the maneuvering process. Our site #80 in Terrace had lots of small pieces of garbage in-bedded in the dirt, otherwise not a bad size site as it backed onto trees and the trail area. Bathrooms were closed/cleaned at very inconvenient times: 9:00am every morning. Only 2 water spigots to fill up with and one is very slow, you may be in for a wait. On the plus side Lake Charlevious is absolutely gorgeous! Very accessable from Oak section. The sandy beach in the park is awesome. Boyne City and surrounding area just beautiful. Lots of stuff to do around the area, shopping zipline, etc. Will come back to the area but will pass on the park. - jbondy2
Sites: 63 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 11 Reviews
Sep 2018 - $29.00
We are always looking for a good stopping point near I-75 just south of the Mackinaw Bridge for our trips to the Upper Peninsula (The St. Ignace Casino keeps getting more and more popular). When I saw this 8.0 campground, 3 miles from exit, with pull through sites and billed as big rig friendly, I though I'd found a new go-to place. My misgivings began as we drove 1.75 miles down a dusty, washboard gravel road. Averaging less than 15 mph, we will passed by multiple locals doing 50+ and billowing dust took our visibility to nearly zero. The rig is filthy and our toad is unrecognizable. As we turned into the campground, we missed the tiny sign "office" with an arrow pointing straight. We turned left and found the office down that road. The owner gave us a pull through, which turned out to be two back-to-back sites for the price of one. She said if we continued down the road we would have no problem pulling into site without unhooking. Maybe, had we not minded scratching the driver's side on a tree limb--no, the ill placed fire ring on the other side would have still been in our path. We reverted to Plan B--circling the campground and pulling through from the other direction. This wide loop route was very bumpy. We came up to the last turn, which we could not make without scratching either one or the other side of the rig. Unhook toad, back up, square up as best we can, squeeze between two trees and dodge potholes on each side. Hookups are now on wrong side, electric cord and hose are under rig (always fun). Only two roads in park have enough gravel to be decent to drive. Won't be able to get out of site with toad attached. Electrical service is limited to 30 amp--only one A/C unit running and turned off to cook supper. Bathrooms/showers/laundry are clean?, but shabby and tired. Attraction seems to be tubing or kayaking the Sturgeon River behind campsites or four-wheeling in the area. Fine for TT's less than 30'. Fifth wheels and big rigs beware. No dump station - just mobile dumps - warning sign in office to call ahead. Plenty other places to camp. - RagTopDay
Aug 2017 - $33.00
We stayed for a weekend, and the owners were awesome! They provided free transportation so that we could kayak down the beautiful Sturgeon River. The campground is very nice with the river running right through the back property. Beautiful trails for walks and close to a bike path. This is a very well maintained park with owners that aren't out to nickel & dime you. Had to use the camp store a couple of times and wondered if they were making any profit at all on my items. The only bummer is the dirt road it is located on, but you are only on it for 1-3/4 miles. It was a very peaceful stay enjoying some of the beauties of this area. We will be back! It will be perfect for our annual group outing! - SunnyLisa23
Sep 2016 - $33.00
Thought this was a nice camp ground. Well apparently it is more of a farm and junkyard with campers thrown in. There are rabbit and chicken free ranging everywhere. I was there for four day, the trash can in the mens restroom was over flowing from the second day on, the trash cans throughout the park were also full all weekend. The owners and owners children drove by about 50 times and waved every time but could not dump the trash. I think their lawn mower must also be broken as the grass was quite shaggy. I really would not recommend this campground to anyone. We spoke to other campers that said it has went down hill in the last couple years. - RectumGood
Aug 2019 - $58.00
This is a high end Motor Coach Resort. The streets are paved and all the sites are concrete pads. We had a large concrete patio with a fire pit, table and chairs. As someone mentioned, it would be nice if they had side walks for walking your pets. The staff members were very friendly and MOST of the residents were pleasant. The resort does recycle but you must take your trash and recycling to the dumpster. No trash pickup. - Michael47
Aug 2018 - $50.00
You get what you pay for at Magnus Park. The other RV parks in Petoskey and the area are very expensive with some that are three times the nightly rate at Magnus. The campground is at the dead end of a street that passes by million dollar houses on the shores of Lake Michigan. From the nice street, you hit a dirt, sand and gravel road that is the entrance to the park. There is very little green grass; it's brown. The sites are mostly sand and dirt, but there are traces that gravel once was there. At the end of the park is entrance to a very large wastewater plant. I only noticed an odor when I walked beside it on the bike and hiking trail. If you get a site in the front half of the park, you will hear the constant roar of the air conditioning unit for the hospital at the top of the hill that overlooks the park. No exaggeration: it is a roar. It's no worse than road noise at most rv parks, though. The person in the office was the most indifferent person I have come across in four months of camping in dozens of parks. I'm guessing she is the Sunday staff person and not the full timer. If she is a full time employee, then she needs some training in hospitality and how to inform a guest about the camp. I got no info about wifi, TV, codes for locked doors, etc. To top that off, she told me my site number, pointed to it on the map, and never told me how to approach it and how to exit it. She wasn't rude in the least, just indifferent to the job. I doubt I will go back to Magnus Park. I won't pay the high prices of the other RV parks, either, so I guess this was my one visit to Petoskey. - EdinFL
Jul 2016 - $27.00
Nice park,some sites have waterfront views( 1-10).
Nice location, very convenient. Interior roads a bit bumpy. Tight turns to get into site. Signage poor at site. Our first night we unknowingly stayed in the wrong site. No numbers on the pedestals.
Paid $80 for 3 nights.
Very convenient to town with great walking and biking available.
Good 30 amp and water. Convenient paved dump station. - dover
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Nice, clean, quiet park. Level, grassy sites. Value priced for northern Michigan in July. The cable tv did not work and we were only able to get 5 channels over the air. The wifi was pretty good most of the time. I would suspect someone was streaming which caused occasional slowdowns. The bathrooms seemed to see a lot of use and they were mostly kept clean. It is right on the edge of the south arm of Lake Charlevoix so the scenery was beautiful. There are softball fields at the south end of the park and a nice swimming beach at the north end. We made good use of the ice cream stand within walking distance. Easy drive to Charlevoix and Petoskey. We will stay here again if we are in the area. - AT hiker
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Sites were grassy and not that level. Nice view of lake. Not very crowded in September. The restrooms were clean but old. This was a very noisy campground due to the East Jordan Iron Works that was running all day and night. Lots of trucks backing up and making beeping noises, trucks dumping ore down chutes, steam shovel digging, etc. It was noisy. Staff was friendly and low key. - Pager60
Aug 2012 - $34.00
The Good: Clean park, nice grassy sites, and nice views of the lake. I got some awesome sunrise photos. Close to town, shopping, gas, food, etc. Our Verizon aircard had a good signal. Local Police have a strong presence in the park. The park was quiet except for one weekend night that had a lot of campers that stayed up all night. The Bad: The Wi-Fi is not free. It's $5/day if you buy by the week. It seemed fast during my trial period but I didn't want to pay for it. The bathroom and showers were decently clean but aging & not in that great of condition. Showers are pretty small & with a curtain that doesn't cover the entire door opening. The sewer hookups were the oddest we have seen. The connections are 10" off the ground and without a threaded top. I had to use a bungee cord to keep my connector from slipping off and still had to walk the contents down the hose since it was all lower than the final connection. The fire rings are buried without a flag or anything easy to forget and drive a wheel through. Be careful! Overall a nice park if not just a tad over-priced. - Boyinks4Adventure
Aug 2019 - $60.00
This is a very pretty KOA and doesn't have the crowded feel that so many have. It's very pretty visually with flowers and nice landscaping. Maintenance seems to be excellent and the staff very friendly. Every site is paved and are reasonably level. The roads are tight but there are plenty of big rigs here. Although we are close to the highway, the road noise is not an issue. The park is close to Petosky and Charlevoix and you could make a day trip to Traverse City easily. We were very pleased with our stay. - Phil from Akron
Aug 2019 - $45.00
Nice campground, lots of varieties of sites. Those up front are much more open, no shade, etc. Those in the back have a lot more shade and luckily that's where we ended up. Somewhat tight to get our 42' Class A around the roads but did make it without incident. Nice mix of park models with friendly seasonal folks. Very friendly and helpful staff, lots of activities going on due to the 4th of July. - saxontheroad
Jul 2019 - $83.00
Very large park that is actually a Sun RV resort run as a KOA. The park is kept very clean. Roads are a little tight in some loops. Lots of activities for children. WiFi not so strong. - texasoaks54
Jul 2019 - $140.00
Stayed in site 43 which was a premium site with beautiful gas fire pit, pergola for shade, and a beautiful view of the pond with water feature and woods. This is a 10 out of 10! Friendly check-in with escort. Fabulous landscaping, beautiful pool and spa that was not busy at all. We found the neighbors (many were owners) to be friendly and welcoming. Even ran into people from Pelican Lakes in Naples. Only "wish" would be sidewalks since we have dogs, but that is being picky. Petoskey and the surrounding area is absolutely beautiful! - NaplesRVer
Jul 2018 - $100.00
I have been planning to visit this park for years after seeing their magazine in 2014. This is a buy your site operation with prices for high-end totally built out sites with a car garage selling for $750,000. They have a clubhouse, pool and tennis courts. The sites are very generous and the majority of motor homes are those priced in the very high six figures and many in the seven figure range. All that and you still have to take your garbage to the dumpsters! Our site was spacious with a paver base and full hookup. A very nice park to visit but not my idea of the perfect concept of motor homing. - Rd yacht
Sep 2017 - $90.00
WOW!! Everything was fabulous - staff, grounds, sites. This is an ownership park but you can also rent. We had site 51 which was a forward pull-in . . . perfect for more privacy and we were facing the trees and the area that had the outdoor furniture. Wonderful location to see all the sites - Mackinac Island, Petoskey, Charlevoix, Harbor Springs etc. If we didn't live all the way out west we would consider buying here as the area and this park are gorgeous. - denvercats
Jun 2019 - $34.00
Located in a beautiful rural area on an expansive lake, this is a lovely well maintained County park. There are a variety of sites both with paved or gravel pads. All sites have electric and water. We stayed in the paved full hook up pull through sites. These sites are extra long and level with no shade. The water and electric tower are mid site and the sewer hook up was rear site which did make it difficult during hook up. Water pressure was good. The pull through sites are not nearly as large and private as any of the back in sites. New picnic tables and a large well designed fire pit were on a paved patio. 3 PBS television stations were available OTA. Good data and mobile from Verizon but limited Sprint. The lake is within a short walking distance and there are piers available for fishing and kayak launching. There is ample area to walk dogs along the paved roads but the small amount of walking trails were extremely muddy at this time of year. Staff was extremely helpful and there are a few snack type supplies in the office as well as firewood. It is about a 20 minute drive to Petoskey and about a 40 minute drive to Mackinaw City. We would stay here again but elect one of the paved back in cites to allow for more privacy. Mosquitoes were abundant so be prepared. - bbmidwife
Sep 2017 - $30.00
THE GOOD: Very clean and well maintained park. Price was for 50 amp, FHU site. $5 less for 30 amp, no sewer sites. No additional sales taxes or fees. 5 pull thru sites, which are ~90' long and 45' wide, asphalt sites and 10'x20' concrete patio area, nice firepit, and satellite friendly. The water/30 amp only sites are also nice, typically gravel, well shaded, and well spaced. Restrooms and shower facilities are newer, clean and well maintained. 6 miles of hiking trails, lakefront beach and other amenities discussed in prior reviews are also nearby and well maintained. Several nearby lakes for kayaking, paved bike trails in nearby Alanson and Petosky. THE BAD: The roads to the park are in serious need of attention. Been on worse, but still in bad shape. Not the park's fault obviously. What is in the park's control is the pruning of trees along internal roadways. The are well cleared for most travel trailers and smaller motorhomes. However, if you are 45' long and 13' high, you may want to book a FHU pull-thru or check to see if they have recently pruned the trees along the interior roads of the wooded sites. Many of the wooded sites themselves are plenty wide & deep enough for big rigs, just may scrape a few branches getting to them. - Selectively Unemployed
Jul 2017 - $25.00
This is one of the best campgrounds we've yet to visit. While off the beaten path, this beautiful county facility has wonderful amenities: hiking, a beach, and fantastic shower facilities. The lovely sites are spacious, especially those in the pine forested section. Staff were friendly and very accommodating. Best of all, it's located on Michigan's Inland Waterway, within easy driving distance of several bikeways, recreation activities, and Mackinac Island. We hope to visit often! - rhubarbgal
Aug 2019 - $75.00
We had a very nice back in site along the south perimeter. This area is away from the highway that runs across the north side of the park. However, even when sitting outside the highway noise was not an issue for us. We've stayed several times over the past few years and have always been pleased. Sorry to see several of the nicer RV spots being converted to permanent "vacation rentals". Wonderful clubhouse, pool and patio area. Coffee and light breakfast was available every day. - Kazoo Tom
Aug 2019 - $98.00
Truly a resort. Beautifully landscaped, impeccably maintained, all the amenities. We stayed here last year and were eager to return. It's pricey, but it's our summertime splurge. Located close to Petoskey, Boyne City, and Charlevoix which are all beautiful lakeside towns. Interior roads are paved and easy to navigate. Grassy, spacious, level sites with concrete pads and patios. There is some road noise, but not enough to bother us. If I HAD to find fault, it would be that the laundry is small - 2 washers and dryers, but reasonably priced. We'll be back again and again. - MrsBowman
Jul 2019 - $75.00
We made reservations, asking for a site left of the entrance gates. "Oh, we're so busy & full". Took Site 90 at the corner of the park, right side of the gates. Busy hiway with major feeder road 1 site over from site 90. Pull thrus avail, but didn't need it or the extra cost. After a walk, we found sites avail in different places around the park, including the back row. Over 3 days, more pads opened up. 2 entire rows of pull thru sites were completely open for 2 days. I truly think the staff could have moved a camper or 2 around to accommodate our request to be anywhere on the left side of the gates!! And, just so you know, the left side of the park is lovely, lushly landscaped with some shady areas, water features, concrete pads/FHU, firepit, picnic tables. Right side of the entrance gates is newer, less landscaping, no water features, & 1 pond that is slowly going away for RVers b/c the park is installing park models for rent around this only feature. Pros: *Light breakfast served in the Clubhouse each morning. *Nice spa/pool/showers/fireplace at the Clubhouse. *Location for seeing the area is very good. Upon set up, I called to ask if the active ant beds could be treated along our pad. Said they would send someone. Next day, I left a message with same request. Plus, treated the ants w/Raid myself as a minimal defense. Day 3, I stepped into the office & made the 3rd request in person. No one ever showed up/treated the increasing ant beds. In fact, for a week we didn't see any staff moving thru the park after trash was picked up at 11am. Site was satisfactory except NOISE and MANY ant beds along concrete pad and grass. - 2SimsNanRV
Jul 2018 - $35.00
We only stayed here one night but will return. The campground is very nice with access to the beach and bike paths. They have shaded and full sun sites available. - RosalitaAS
Jun 2018 - $33.00
This is a beautiful, well kept park located on the shoreline. No sites front the beach as there is a vegetation buffer. Walk north on the rocky campground beach to the very sandy main beach. Some sites are in an open grass areas and most are under mature trees in full shade. All sites appeared to be level. Amazingly there were no mosquitoes. There are lots of walking trails through the forest (no bikes). There's an access path connected to the paved Little Traverse Bay bicycle trail that runs for miles. Very nice! We would happily return. We paid $33/night plus an $8 online registration fee and $32 for the non-resident annual Michigan park recreation passport. The daily passport alternative was $9. - Diana808
Sep 2013 - $26.00
Two campgrounds here. One was closed when we stayed there. There are 3-4 loops in the woods. Sites air fairly close together, but we've seen worse. We managed to get a spot down by the lake. Just a short hike over a dune and we were on the beach. Nice campground and this was our second stay. There is a bike path into town, which was a plus. - chris4499