Harrisville State Park Campground Michigan

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Harrisville State Park is set along the sandy shores of Lake Huron. The park is home to a day-use area nestled in a stand of pine and cedar trees, a … See more

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Jul 11, 2023
It was so lovely and quiet when we went there!! I want to go back!! My family had so much fun as well! It has a big covered picnic area and a lot of picnic tables. Full review by Amanda D
Jun 6, 2023
What an amazing campground! The restrooms and Showers were the cleanest I've ever seems. I booked site 62 but if you want in the beach any site from 50 to 66 (evens) would work! Full review by maryjo360
Jul 22, 2022
My family had a similar experience to others who posted reviews. We have a recreation passport and tried to go to Harrisville State Park this week. Rather than verify that we had a recreation passp… Full review by Jane S

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Do they have water as well as electric hookup?
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The sites all have electric. To my knowledge there are no water hookups. However, there are water spigots throughout the park and a place to fill your RV with water when you come in.
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Answer by kat z · Jul 9, 2017
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What was the bathroom situation? I am reading they only have one shower house/ bathroom on the beach side. Was …
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What was the bathroom situation? I am reading they only have one shower house/ bathroom on the beach side. Was there a vaulted toilet nearby? I also ready some were padlocked. Any suggestions on what to bring, we are going this weekend. Thanks
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I was disappointed about the bathrooms. They recently built a new bathroom/shower house. At one end are the men's and women's lavatories. The ladies has 3 stalls. I assume the …
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I was disappointed about the bathrooms. They recently built a new bathroom/shower house. At one end are the men's and women's lavatories. The ladies has 3 stalls. I assume the men's is similarly equipped. Then along the sides of the building there are individual shower rooms. I think there are 10-12. Some are just showers, some are a combo of showers and toilet. The other end of the building has a large sink for washing dishes. This is basically it for the WHOLE campground. By the southern edge of the park is a day area beach. There is a bathroom there, no showers. If you were camping at that end you could use those. Dotted around the park there are some vault toilets, but they are padlocked. To be honest I only had to wait a couple minutes one time for my shower, never waited to use the bathroom. The big problem is we were very far away from the bathroom which made for a long hike during the night or in the morning. So, don't wait until the last second to head to the bathroom! Hope this helps.
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looks like you only have one bathroom area besides the outhouses; is that true? For 200+ campsites?
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They tore down the two bathrooms and showers a few years back and replaced it with one big one on the beach. A very poor move. It is a very long walk from many campsites. The …
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They tore down the two bathrooms and showers a few years back and replaced it with one big one on the beach. A very poor move. It is a very long walk from many campsites. The mens has only two stools and two urinals for a 200+ unit park that is always full on the weekends. There are toilets in some shower rooms but the lines for the showers make that bathroom choice unrealistic. There are some pit toilets but they have been locked for years, no manpower to clean them I was told. Whoever thought this "improvement" was a good idea has clearly never camped.
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Answer by Michigan80 · Jun 15, 2018
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looks like you only have one bathroom area besides the outhouses; is that true? For 200+ campsites?
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There is one out house next to the Cabin. It has a new LED motion light for use at night. The day use side, where the cabin is, has a few older bathrooms with real toilets and running …
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There is one out house next to the Cabin. It has a new LED motion light for use at night. The day use side, where the cabin is, has a few older bathrooms with real toilets and running water, but no showers. My wife liked that. They are just across the parking lot. The campground side of the park has many new large, beautiful bathrooms/showers. They are a short bike ride or an ok walk from the cabin.
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