There are 193 sites that were averagely sized for a state park and offered electrical hookups. Some of the sites were even paved.
We got the pleasure of speaking with Brad, the host camper at the park during our stay there. He was very helpful and took the time to explain some of the activities that bring visitors to this area. They include boating, fishing, swimming, biking, hiking, skiing, exploring and even shopping in the nearby downtown Tawas area.
There are plenty of good places to grab a bite to eat. Some of our favorites were Augie’s On the Bay, G’s Pizzeria, and Northwoods Steak House. You can’t forget to stop by Tonys Tacos for some fantastic Mexican food.