It is beyond ignorant if you asked for my opinion.https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https://trib.al/cGlrWu8?fbclid=IwAR2MaFZAbaULSTn2HU-CPpzq6GK6MqSG-GcrXNnfK7olUa53IvjMKJmKPSo&h=AT0f8qtSoTfK18Dh8spFoF0ODzxAdVc5VQMv_M8MccMW4T93ZVPEAabM3HA7MhF5kCZKif9yayQ4bz2R-RFd-lB0X_Rl5uxy5h6ekw2BCQt8q6dq5j0wCWN7daDKqb7bsOeB&__tn__=,mH-R&c=AT3XzGIh32x3J_nPlLpgtcWGmaV7IwaAv32mhsHtZi-alDHTo8NHVRdanCI_ErOQkYbgTr499LjBHUlRfz3USZ3YJfcaiQ5qlFdXkx6e4_HbXHgtBTNODtyF-HgbQKEHid1HkIKRllArbTjWBJKDcJGRrvS5LpQUUbOomQS_bsgw2YrGGSe1p5YPvDTlFrJJGmF1V3UlbsItRg
$170.00 per night to camp. Sounds a little steep.
I rent a place in the UP 450/week. Kitchen, hot water, boat. Peace and quiet.It is beyond ignorant if you asked for my opinion.
Being firmly entrenched in the "Stay OFF My Lawn" fraternity, I find that all of this state's modern campgrounds are to be avoided on any weekend, and for a lot of them, are off my list year round. Now for a price comparison, the cabin below is remote with no neighbors and at roughly 1/3 the cost at $68 per/night.
https://midnrreservations.com/create-booking/results?mapId=-2147483452&searchTabGroupId=1&bookingCategoryId=2&startDate=2021-06-03T00:00:00.000Z&endDate=2021-06-06T00:00:00.000Z&nights=3&isReserving=true&partySize=4&searchTime=Tue Jan 12 2021 19:00:00 GMT-0500 (Eastern Standard Time)&resourceLocationId=-2147483585
Bring along a small rowboat, canoe, or even a belly boat and try for some trout.