Frequently Asked Questions

Pere Marquette River
Q: How late can I check-in?
A: Please check in by 8pm or call for late arrival.

Q: Do you have Quiet Hours?
A: Our quiet hours are from 11:00pm until 8:00am. During these hours children should be at their campsites or cabins.

Radio, televisions, and voices should not be heard beyond your site. Please be considerate of other guests.

Q: Can I bring my own firewood?
A: We request that you do not carry-in firewood. The forestry service still has restrictions on moving firewood; generally outside of a 50 mile radius. We have firewood available for purchase at reasonable prices.

Q: Are alcoholic beverages allowed?
A: Alcoholic beverages are allowed, but not in the store or bathhouse. We ask that you drink responsibly, be considerate and dispose of empty bottles and cans properly. We will not tolerate underage drinking.

Q: Do you allow pets?
A: Your pets are welcome; however, for the safety of your pet(s) and other campers, please...
  • Keep your pets leashed at all times.
  • Clean up droppings and dispose of them.
  • Keep your pets off other campers' sites.
  • Do not allow your pets to bark excessively or dig at campsites.
  • Do not take your pets into the bathhouse.
  • Keep pets off cabin bedding.
  • Limit of 2 pets per site, this includes visiting pets.
  • You must be able to provide shot records, if requested.
  • Vicious pets NOT allowed.
Q: May I have visitors while I'm camping?
A: Visitors must check in at the office before entering the campground. If your visitors will be visiting for the day or using the showers; a day fee of $5.00 per person will apply.

Q: Is it a far walk to the restrooms from the cabins or camping site?
A: All cabins and campsites are located within a minute walk to the bathhouse, which is open 24 hours.

Q: Do you have parking available for ATVs/ORVs, boat trailers, etc.?
A: Extra parking is in the back of the grounds. Cabins and campsites comfortably accommodate only one vehicle. ATV/ORV riding is permitted in the campground.

Q: Can I access the ATV/ORV/Snowmobile trails from your campground?
A: Yes, we have access by public/township roads to the ATV/ORV trails north of Baldwin.

"Great area, lots of lakes and rivers in the area, and a quaint little town."   -Beverly
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