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9 RV Parks near Ecorse, Michigan
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Ecorse. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Ecorse in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Here are a few reasons why we will never go back and do not recommend this campground to others: 1-It is so close to the 401 that you have to talk louder than usual to be heard; traffic is just that close and constant. 2-There must not be any security patrolling at night; otherwise we wouldn't have had to hear our drunk neighbours singing to their blaring music, yelling/swearing and honking their golf cart horn until 4am. 3- Campground in general was rowdy at night and people drive their golf carts way too fast for the size of the roads which brings me to my next point. 4-Camp sites are much too close to each other. Visibility, especially concerning children, becomes an issue. By the time you see a kid or if a dog runs out onto the road from behind a truck, there's little time to stop, even at the 10km/hr limit. - vross
Aug 2017 - $40.00
I camped with a friend, we had a very relaxing few days. Very peaceful at night sitting around the fire. The owners came to sit with us for a bit. Very kind and friendly people in the park. Lots are spacious and offer a range of sunny to some shade. Site surface was gravel and grass and featured a fire ring and picnic table. Clean restrooms and showers. - Betty Laforest
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Why would anyone want to camp here? It is located between highway 401 (a major trucking route) and Windsor Airport, so the noise never stops at any time - day or night. It is full of loud drunk people on busy weekends, not to mention the seasonals driving their golf carts around at midnight. The full service sites are basically a large open space with hardly any foliage at all, and you feel like you are in some trailer park, crammed in on top of one another. The owner is quite miserable and will find a way to have a problem with you. The wood is overpriced - you get around 8 pieces for $7.50, and the store is under-stocked. There are many other campgrounds in the area, and even though they may be a longer drive to Windsor, it would be completely worth it to make the longer trip. It may be okay for young singles (the required age is 21 to rent a site for some reason, not 18 or 19), but it isn't a place I would take a family who wants to go camping to get away from a busy life in the city. Sure, there may be a pool, fishing, and a playground, but what campground doesn't have this, at least nearby. After the experiences we've had here (and we are quite tolerable), we don't plan on ever returning. - Bob_T
Jul 2017 - $25.00
This is an older park but very well kept and clean. We have a 45' motor home and we were limited as to what sites we could fit on. There are only a few pull through sites with full hook ups. The electricity was a little week on pull through site 11. Voltage would go up and down and we couldn't run all three A/C units at the same time. This problem was worst on the weekend when the park was full. There are a lot of seasonal campers but their sites are very well kept. Most sites in the park are electric and water only and set up for seasonal campers (parallel with the roads) but not impossible to access. Extended stays on these sites would require getting your holding tanks pumped out. A lot of the interior roads are not straight and have big trees to maneuver around. Satellite access would be very difficult due to the large trees in most of the park. This is a family friendly park and there are lots of young kids. They have many activities for children. We camped for a week with our grandkids and they had a blast. - coehotrodder
Jul 2018 - $45.00
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here at Wildwood Golf and RV resort . Food at the golf clubhouse was very good and very well priced. Pools are warm and heated and very clean. Buddy sites are great if you're travelling with somebody. Good location if you want to travel around and see the area but there isn't very much to do here at the resort unless you play golf. - Weiner
Oct 2016 - $45.00
We originally chose this park because of the proximity to Detroit and that was a big mistake. Crossing the border by bridge or tunnel was a major hassle. We will never even think about using this campground again and unfortunately it's not the campground's fault.
The facility was adequate and well kept, but if you don't play golf there's not much to do there. The sites were pull-thru and full hook-up, but they are all jammed in next to each other.
There is no park store on site in case you forgot something, but they do have ice and overpriced firewood.
The resort is filled with seasonal campers as well as park models, so I'm not sure the nightly rate reflects the lack of amenities. - semodan
Oct 2015 - $43.00
Very large park, lots of seasonals. This seems to be largely a snowbird park. Our rate reflects an off-season discount of 10%, but it is still expensive. The transient sites are all pull-through but are back to back. Still, by parking the right direction, you can face away from your closest neighbor. The park is very open with only a few trees, and is surrounded by a golf course. We were here in the final week of operation, and the few other users all seemed to be full-timers like us, just staging to cross the very nearby US border at the appropriate time.
We would probably stay here again. - wandrr
Jun 2012 - $33.00
Park features a sandy beach that is sometimes closed owing to water safety (bacteria readings). Hawk tower is a popular observation point. There is also a large day use area for picnics, games, dog walking, or whatever. Trout pond for fishing. Nice recreational trail. Plenty to do in the area especially if you like visiting wineries. Sites start at $33 (unserviced). 15 and 50 amp sites are also available, as well as water connections. Some turnover in staff including a new park superintendent means some old problems have finally been addressed to the park's betterment. Enforcement has been stepped up. Parkview campground has been closed and is returning to its natural state. Marshview remains open and is frequently booked to capacity on weekends, so reserve well in-advance. 3/4 of park is seasonals. Very laid back and peaceful. Officers address any noise/rowdiness promptly. Lots are mostly shaded and of good quality, although not as private as what some provincial parks offer. Not all is rosy though: the comfort station is frequently closed on the weekends owing to problems with their septic system pump failing. Portajons are provided but many campers are disappointed to find showers, laundry, and bathrooms closed by Sunday morning. Staff are working diligently to find a permanent solution. Also, pedestal power can vary from site to site. Best to check your power with a meter or have in-line monitoring/protection in event of brownout. In conclusion and overall I'd like to say that in the last five years Holiday Beach Conservation Area has risen a few notches and is a fine place to stay whether you are a tent camper, RV'er, or seasonal. Both staff and guests are very nice to deal with. Highly recommend. - John-in-SWO
Aug 2007 - $20.00
Friendly gate staff, camp store with basic needs, scenic walking trails, low user fees, beach. Initial impression was good. But there are no conservation officers - and it shows. The park office closes at 9pm whereupon the area becomes a free-for-all, supposedly with municipal police patrolling (we saw them drive through twice in the afternoon). The bathroom facilities consisted of a trailer on a platform (not handicap accessible) which was absolutely filthy. At the CG, the screaming of profanities, loud stereos, harvesting of firewood from the forest, cruelty to wildlife, etc. only left us wondering what it must be like after 9 when the park closed. Neighbors were pretty rowdy and we decided to break camp early and not spend the night rather than take our chances staying there overnight. Now please keep in mind that there are TWO camp grounds within Holiday Beach. We apparently picked the wrong one in our quest to get a spot close to the waterfront. There is a no-alcohol campground closer to the park entrance which is also resident for some seasonal campers who probably don't put up with any nonsense. The no-alcohol camp site also has a proper comfort station with showers. If you are a family camper looking for a safe and peaceful place to stay and not a carload of underage drinkers looking for somewhere to party with impunity, you may want to pick your campsite from the ones in the nicer campground closer to the park office. - John-in-SWO
Oct 2018 - $30.00
We used this as a base to see The Henry Ford. Easy big rig access, internal roads and sites. We had a 50 amp full hookup site on grass. We enjoyed our stay here, felt very safe, and enjoyed being able to walk to Walmart. Tons of grassy areas to walk your dog. - barbielab
Sep 2018 - $35.00
We chose this park because we wanted to do some sightseeing in the Ann Arbor and Dearborn area. The park is about 20 miles from the Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village, which we visited over 2 days. We also visited Ann Arbor and the Gerald Ford Presidential Library. This was a good base for doing all that. The park is pretty basic, but it worked well for us. We had a nice long pull-through. The sites are alternate directions with shared utilities. They are a little close if all the sites are occupied, but not a problem. This park worked perfectly for us. It's fenced and felt very safe. We'd definitely stay here again if in the area. - wntrtxn
Aug 2018 - $30.00
As others have said, this is a no-frills park within the county fairgrounds property. The sites are grass with many pull-throughs. We were in the "back" row, farthest from the entrance because we chose not to spend the extra $5/day for sewer since it was a short stay. The e/w only sites were fairly close with 1 picnic table and fire ring per 2 sites. The camping area was fairly full but quiet. The grounds are fenced in so felt protected. The staff was friendly and helpful. Interior roads are gravel. Park is easy access off I-94 with many restaurants, stores (Walmart, Meijers, Aldi, Menards) very close. - fredkelk
Sep 2018 - $48.00
This is a poorly managed park and uncaring employees. Dirt roads had lots of pot holes, camp sites were small with mostly dirt surface. It rained while we were there and mud was every where. Many seasonal campers with piles of junk all over. Our bikes were stolen during our stay and management blamed it on the trailer park across the lake. We will never go back here. Probably our worst experience at a camp ground. - Poco
Jul 2018 - $46.00
The Campground itself is decent. The lake is nice, good for kayaking, and there is a trail around it for hiking/biking that was nice. The playground is old and dated, not much to do for kids there. We tried the campground out because of the pictures of the beach and water slide, it looked like a fun place to spend a few days. Where the campground really falls short is service, however. Just a couple of examples: We didn't learn until check-in that the water slide costs an extra $5 per day wrist band. You can use it 3 times for free, after that you have to buy the wrist band. OK, well we thought we will wait for a nice weather day and buy the kids wristbands. When a nice day came around we tried to buy wristbands to find out that even though there are hours posted daily for the water slide, they only opened it on the weekends, Saturday and Sunday only. That's the general vibe we got from everybody, the rules and hours of things were pretty much arbitrary and subject to change without notice. One other example: The store was open until 7pm Sunday, so at 6:05 I brought the kids to play mini golf. They said, "Sorry, we're done renting equipment for the night, come back tomorrow morning." So we came back Monday morning and they said, "Oh, we just sprayed for bugs over there so it's closed for a couple hours, try back this afternoon." We came back in the afternoon and they said, "Sorry, it's closed all day today." Again, the park itself is pretty decent and the lake is nice. With some good consistent service the campground could be a really nice stay. For us, I don't think we will be back. - Jefster
Sep 2017 - $65.00
Arriving in this park was not a good experience. We were given a map to our site that sent us down a narrow path with low trees that scraped the top of our RV and were unable to enter our site because of the wrong directions. The lady in the office (a work camper) admitted she had marked the map incorrectly, but no one came out to help us get into the site. No one was particularly concerned about the scratches to our coach. When we asked about a number of their pull through sites that were in the open, we were told those would need to be held for weekend guests. Our reservations were made well in advance, and we stayed a week, but they refused to put us there. Those sites stayed empty except for the weekend. This park is more of a fishing camp. It is very dirty with lots of trailers in poor repair with lots of junk. The roads are dirt (no gravel). We were there to go to The Henry Ford Museum which is not far. We will not stay there again. - Tmm1A
Jul 2017 - $21.00
(Price reflects the monthly rate of $595 + electric.) This is an older, family-owned and operated park with many seasonal rentals. Navigating the park with our big rig (43-foot 5th wheel towed by a Volvo semi truck) was not a problem. Staff was friendly and quick to help. Bathrooms are dated but clean. Most sites back onto canals, so there are lots of geese and ducks to watch. Sites along the canals have nice trees (cottonwoods, mostly) for shade. There are also some pull-through sites available with no waterfront and no trees. There are 6 washers/dryers for $1.75/load. The "playground" is dinky and the "swimming beach" is not something I'd dip my toe in, mostly for the aforementioned waterfowl but also because it looks weedy and cloudy. Good place to stay for exploring the area or visiting with family (as we did). The park had a big BBQ and fireworks display to celebrate the Fourth of July. - a_elkins
Apr 2017 - $48.00
Just arrived and found a nice clean campground. Large sites big enough for camper tow vehicle and two other cars. Friendly staff ready to help with anything. - MelanieSorenson
Jun 2016 - $48.00
OK park. Nothing to really complain about, but noting of real note for me either. We were here to visit the Henry Ford and Greenfield Village, so not here to relax in the park so it fit our needs well. Site was level. The full timers have made their home here, and not in a bad way. Nicely kept up. I think I would camp at another park, just because of the closeness to the beach, not because our time here was unpleasant. - steammaker
Oct 2018 - $40.00
We stayed here for eight days in October. The campground has paved roads and sites that are easily accessible. We stayed on a full hook-up pull through site that was long enough to accommodate our fifth wheel (40'), my truck, and my wife's car with room to spare. The campground hosts were friendly and offered helpful advice about the campground and the area. We enjoyed our stay and would come to this park again. The park has a nice sandy beachfront on Lake Erie. A few other items worth noting: The campground is a long way from the entry to the park (2.2 miles). The campground is very close to Detroit Edison's Monroe Coal Plant, there is always white noise in the campground coming from (I believe) the emissions equipment on the smoke stacks. From the beach you have a view of both Detroit Edison's Fermi nuclear plant and First Energy's Davis-Besse nuclear plant ... no issue or concern for me, but worth noting if you have concerns staying in close proximity to nuclear power plants. - Greg and Kim
Sep 2018 - $28.00
Nice park just a stone's throw from the Detroit Metro area. Located on Lake Erie with all sorts of inlets and islands nearby. Lots of fishing opportunities and a generously sized boat launch. Usually there's a breeze off the lake to disperse a lot of the campfire smoke. Sites on outside loop are quite large, but have electric only. The full hookup sites are a bit tighter. A few years ago, Sterling lost most of their trees to Asian ash borers so there's not much shade yet. Sterling has one of the biggest dump stations I've seen in a state park so you shouldn't have to wait a long time on Sunday to hit the road. Really nice paved walking/biking trails throughout. These trails also connect to the Monroe Historic Trails so you can walk your feet off if you want to. - 4forsmores
Aug 2018 - $50.00
This is a pretty nice place for a state park. It's located right on Lake Erie with a nice sandy beach and great dedicated swimming area. The boat docks are in a protected cove. The sites are extremely long, with some shrubs between sites for privacy, and nice big grassy areas. The bathrooms and showers were very nice, though we didn't use them. Some of the sites are full hookups, but all of the ones right on the beach are electric only...too bad. No trees in the center of the RV park so Dish satellite worked fine. Quiet with only a train in the far distance. We would have given it a higher rating, but with no other amenities (cable, Wifi, pool, playground, etc.), the price is way too high. Our price includes a $9 per day park use fee which should have been included for campers. - Hands For Him
Jul 2018 - $38.00
After several stops and warning signs, I finally got down to the restaurant where I could get registered. Getting to the restaurant took us down a fairly steep and narrow road. My reservation was on file, but for some reason the full hookup I thought I had and confirmed by -mail turned into an electric and water site. Staff said the full hookups were for the seasonals. I was too tired to argue about it and it was only for one night. At least I got a cheaper rate, office staff were friendly and helpful and they had two dump stations. About half the sites are for seasonals and the short term stays are either in a large grass area not far from the office and pool or up by the park entrance. Our site was in the grass area and surprisingly level. No road or division between the sites as we drove over the grass to get to our site. The power and water hookups were shared. The layout was more for a group setting, as there was no privacy at all. Some of the plugs appeared to be pretty old and the odd one had no cover. Due to some trees in the middle of the sites, it took a bit of maneuvering to get backed into our spot. The utilities worked fine. Most sites had tables and some had fire rings while the rest had depressions in the grass. There were plenty of OTA TV stations mainly from Detroit and only 1 Canadian educational channel. The Wi-Fi is advertised as high speed, but it's not. Good enough for e-mail and browsing, but pretty slow at times. If I was ever to be in the area again, I probably would look elsewhere due to the lack of full hookups for overnighters. - Onemoretrail