Photo tour showing the Icopod assembly and construction, a humanitarian shelter, at Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping.
Slideshow - Photo Tour of Icopod Assembly
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My family and I stayed from July 17 through July 20, 2014. What an EXCELLENT experience!
This was the first camping trip we took with full hook ups with the new 26ft travel trailer. Our site was pretty nice. We did not plan well and booked in May. This still left us with many options. Your staff was very patient and helpful in working with us to select a good site. It was a bit narrow, but we knew that going in. Your staff provided dimensions of all sites available so we could pick a proper site. We were on the outside of loop 2.
Your amenities were great. We used the beach, playground, and biked the campground a lot. The camp store had good selections, too. We especially liked the option to purchase ferry tickets at the store. The ferry shuttle was incredibly convenient.
And those bathroom facilities. WOW!!!!!
One person in our group used the bathroom at 10pm at night. And you had staff cleaning it. (Who does that?) I have never been to a campground with SUCH CLEAN BATHROOM FACILITIES.
The showers were also immaculate. White shower curtains with no mildew. Again, who does that?!?!?!
The mood music was a nice touch.
Your patience in our later arrival was much appreciated. And as one of our neighboring campers put it: backing your camper in at 10pm in the dark is like a spectator sport. But they also were very helpful.
Kudos on your grounds. The area between the camp road and lake was such a great public space. We got in a little nap time while watching boats go by and knitting. It was a beautiful setting.
We didn't partake in the hay wagon or fire engine rides, but that was also activity for kids.
Thanks again for such great hospitality!
The Wendt & Mele Families - Linden, MI; Norwich, NY; & Dorset, VT Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping September 26, 2014
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