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4.5 / 5 (13 votos )

Myers Lake Campground

10575 Silver Lake Road
48418, Byron
Michigan, Estados Unidos

Family focused camping in an "alcohol free environment". Group camping & pavilion available. Excellent swimming beach, boat/tube rentals, shaded sites, propane, weekend activities, great fishing, 50/30/20 AMP available. Minutes from golf courses, antiques, Historic Linden, or Howell's festivals.

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Instalação de Serviços
Electricidade
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Parque infantil
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Campo de golfe
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Anónimo
Inglês (US)
We've found Michigan state park campgrounds to be generally pretty disappointing, but this one worked well for us. As usual there were no defined pads, no gravel, just bare dirt, and with no site separation campers tended to be on top of each other. I would never camp here without securing a site on the outer part of the loop; sites inside the loop have zero privacy and campers parked their rigs every which way, meaning there was no way to know how far away a neighbor might be. There was also no enforcement of rules (like the limit on 2 vehicles per site) leading to a very crowded experience on weekends. However, it was much quieter and more pleasant during the week. What we liked: the bathhouse was modern and clean, with individual shower rooms, and the recreation area offers a variety of trails (both hiking and mountain biking) as well as water activities. The boat ramp area is set up well for small boats and personal watercraft like kayaks. The recreation area is close to Brighton, which offers plenty of restaurants and retail (Costco, Meijer, etc) and an easy drive to Ann Arbor. We were happy having this campground as a base to explore both Ann Arbor and the Henry Ford museums. We thought it a little weird that the most direct route to both Brighton and to US 23 were down a dirt road. When towing our trailer we used the north-south route to I96 to access the highways in lieu of towing on the unpaved roads. Service on ATT was usable for streaming (30 Mbps down).
3 semanas ás

BebopDriver
Inglês (US)
After picking up our RV rental in Ypsilanti (drove up from Ohio), we stopped here for a night to get settled in before heading up to Sleeping Bear dunes. We were able to book site 85 ahead of time. What a campsite! It’s one of the few pull-throughs in the park. Once set up, our door and windows faced the lake and woods around us. We had quite a bit of privacy for a fairly open campsite given how it’s situated. We also had a wide open view as if we had the whole park to ourselves. Hardware and groceries stores were close, making this a great launching point for our trip. We also had three bars of 5G (T-Mobile). We’ll definitely return on future RV future trips through Michigan.
1 ano ás

KatyRose
Inglês (US)
I work in Brighton and love to stay at Bishop Lake for a work/vacation camping trip. Sites are decent size, and #86 has unobstructed lake view. Swimming in the lake in the lower campground is fine, but there is also a nice trail to the main swimming area. Bathrooms are clean. My only objection is the loud drunks around campfires after 10pm, had some real stinkers last trip (several people complained to staff the next day), and was told by Rangers to call the local police next time, as there is no enforcement in the evenings. It is only one of two state camping areas that keep restrooms and electricity on year round for the campsites (other is Mitchell), so great for those fall and early spring trips.
1 ano ás

Breezy-N-Wheezy
Inglês (US)
Nice electric only campground. Both upper and lower levels are fairly open with a few trees mixed in, so not a ton of privacy overall. We stayed in the upper loop which had more uneven grounds but mostly manageable. The lower loop was pretty flat and at lake level, but some areas seemed to get pretty muddy with some steady rains we had; upper loop fared a bit better. Bathrooms were newer, clean and well maintained with 6-8 private shower rooms each with outdoor access. The campground seems to get pretty packed for the weekends (Thurs-Sun) during the summer, but people were overall pretty respectful of the space. Good access to Brighton, Ann Arbor, and Detroit.
1 ano ás

xzppdm
Inglês (US)
Quick weekend get away. Wife and I really loved the campground. We preferred the older wooded side to the newer side with paved spots. The dump station was draining slow was the only downside, but happy to have it this early in the season.
1 ano ás

Clemmie20
Inglês (US)
Nice spot for families. Two large bath houses, vending, ice and wood for sale on sight. Beach has very little sand which is the only downfall here. Everyone wore masks in appropriate places. Playground was nice too. Clean. Large sites and fire pits. Very nice.
2 anos ás

Seldencove
Inglês (US)
Somehow we scored site X in the new modern section by the lake for the completely booked Columbus Day weekend. The site was great, spacious although kind off close together without any trees or bushes to buffer between sites. It is well designed so it didn’t give you the commercial campground feel. Felt very family friendly and this section had awesome private shower stalls with plenty of hot water, restrooms were clean and fresh. We stayed here to tour the university of Michigan in Ann Arbor and go to the Henry Ford. My Wilson cell booster worked well here.
2 anos ás

Keith
Inglês (US)
I camp with my four daughters and we all love it. There's something for everyone. Fun trails through the woods that lead to playgrounds and the beach. Take a bike ride, go fishing. Rent a boat or paddle board. Floating island for the kids. Hiking trails, mountain bike trails. The campground is not so big that you feel lost but not too small, and can accommodate our 35foot TT. It's been quiet at night. The bathhouse is typical for a SP. I enjoy the individual art tiles made into a wall. The lake is small, no wake, no houses. Many sites at the lower loop have great views. I prefer the upper loop and the sites that back up to the woods. To summarize, a great campground close to home. With a true feeling of getting away and into nature. Activities for all ages. Nice, neighborly campers.
3 anos ás

Jenkampf
Inglês (US)
The sites are nice and spacious. Electric only, dump station available and water spigots throughout the park. Sites are paved, dirt/grass. We were in the loop on the lake. There is a new bathhouse in that loop. It's a good sized campground for walking the dogs with a couple trails. Southern sky is open in that loop if you have Dish satellite. We would definitely go back!
3 anos ás