This is a business building that is not currently being used. It has only one outside hookup for electric with parking in location close to hookup. It is about 1 1/2 miles North of Grayling MI. A fire ring is available that can be a great spot for all campers to meet and talk about their adventures that day. Bring your own chairs and enjoy the area. Do not let small animals roam since this is Northern MI and there are Coyotes etc around.
Please be very careful with fires. Make certain fires are out completely before leaving even if just to go to town. Forest fires are a high potential when dry conditions exist.
NO TRASH RECEPTICALS.
Be respectful of other campers if more than just you.
Pick up all animal waste.
somewhat large parking lot with most rigs being able to turn around even with a trailer. Mine is 36 foot and I have done it pulling a full size car with ease. Asphalt street right off South bound I-75. Slight hill going in to parking lot. Back in will allow for several rigs at same time to be there.
This is a business building currently not being used on a daily basis, and has ample parking for tow vehicles in small town USA. I have marked an area for towed vehicles and only ask people to not block the driveway entrance.
This is a site that I believe will have heavy usage due to location. It will be on a first come first served basis. Especially on weekends when events are being held like the Canoe Race there may be no availability. Feel free to contact us and we will do our best to assist you.
Very convenient for small town shopping, world renowned fly fishing very close in the Ausable River, world's longest canoe race held every year last full weekend of July. Lots of state land including Camp Grayling nearby. Several canoe liveries, fish hatchery, small town with largest Coke collection on display in old time ice cream parlor. Several small shops and lots of nice people. Spikes Keg of Nails saloon with great burgers, "The meeting place of the North".
We just needed a spot to park for the night on our way through, where we could put slides out and use our generator some. This was perfect, maybe 1/2 mile off I75. Yes, it was a business on one side, but the other side is wooded with a fire pit. Although host did not meet us, his directions were so clear that it wasn’t an issue at all.