Hillman Michigan 
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 Thunder Bay Golf RV Resort
 Latest Review Submitted On
 2013-08-24 12:03:01
 1 Park(s) Reviewed Near
 Hillman, Michigan
 Closest RV park(s)
 Paradise Lodge Resort 6 miles
 Campers Cove RV Park & Canoe 17 miles
 Thunder Bay RV Park CG 22 miles
 Alpena County Fairgrounds 22 miles
 Bullocks Paul Bunyan Kampground 27 miles
 Paul Bunyan Family Kampground 27 miles
Thunder Bay Golf RV Resort
Our awesome 4-hour Elk Viewing, Carriage Ride, Gourmet Dinner-Wine Tasting is offered Spring, Summer and Fall! All 23 sites are Big Rig FHU, paved, pull-thru, golfside sites, with patios (& wrought-iron table/chairs). Superb 18-hole golf course. Great food at the Clubhouse Grill. Suites, Villas & Chalets all at very reasonable prices. Events: Destination Weddings, Wine Lover's Weekends, Quiliting & Scrapbooking Retreats, Murder Mystery Weekends, Golf Tournaments. Pavilion, Fire Pit, High Speed WiFi, Thunder Bay River tubing, biking (rentals), hiking, horseshoes, elk preserve. Nearby: Fishing at Fletcher Pond/Floodwaters, swimming, shipwreck tours, National Marine Sanctuary, Besser Museum/Planetarium, lighthouses, Sunrise Side Wine-Hops Trail, Mackinac Island. 3rd night FREE!


GPS Coordinates: Latitude: N 45.0590; Longitude: W -83.8842; 749' Alt.
From Southern MI
, take I-75 to M33, exit 202 at Alger. Take M33 North through Rose City, Mio, Fairview and Comins. At Fairview, be sure to turn left at the blinker in town to stay on M33. North of Comins M33 joins M32. Turn right onto M32 and head East to Hillman just ten miles. The resort is on M32 just East of Hillman.
From South Western MI Take 131 North to Cadillac, Go East on M55 to Houghton Lake. Then North on I75 to Grayling, East on 72 to Mio, Go North on M33. At Fairview, be sure to turn left at the blinker in town to stay on M-33. North of Comins M-33 joins M-32.Turn right onto M-32 and head East to Hillman just ten miles. The resort is on M-32 just East of Hillman.
From Northern MI, take I-75 South to Indian River, then take 68 East to Onaway. At the light in Onaway, turn right and take M33 South until it joins Atlanta. At the light - M32 in Atlanta, turn left and head East on M32 to Hillman14 Miles. The resort is on M32 just East of Hillman.
Park Information (last edited by deannb) Accommodation Hookups
Address 27800 M32, Hillman
State Michigan
Zip 49746
Phone (800) 729-9375
Longitude -83.88396 / -83º 53' 2"
Latitude 45.05837  / 45º 3' 30"
   
Most recent Stay Aug-2013
Latest Rate$30.00

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Pull-Thru Sites Yes
Big Rig Access (40'+) Yes
Waterfront Access No
Shade Trees Yes
Swimming Pool No
Pet Friendly Yes
Tents Allowed No
Family Friendly Yes
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Electric Yes
Sewer Yes
Water Yes
Cable TV Yes
Telephone No
50amp Yes
Computer access in Office No
Wireless Internet (WiFi) Yes
Latest Review Information
Facilities Ratings (Last 10 reviews) 4
Cleanliness Ratings (Last 10 reviews) 5
Friendliness Ratings (Last 10 reviews) 5
Visit Date     Aug-2013
Nightly Rate    $30.00
2013-08-24 Reviewed By deannb - 38ft MOTORHOME See all reviews by deannb
I would highly recommend Thunder Bay Resort in Hillman, MI. It's a first-class RV park w/Big Rig amenities including some of the fastest WiFi I've encountered on the road. You must be self-contained, as there is no shower house--hardly an inconvenience for most of us full-timers. The sites are beautifully landscaped & include a patio/apron w/wrought-iron table/chairs (a very nice touch). There's a covered pavilion w/gas grill that's available for use by RV Park guests. It's near the fire circle & horseshoe pits. The park is golf-side so just a few steps to the 1st Tee, Pro Shop & Clubhouse Grill. The course was in excellent shape & very playable. The grill, surprisingly, makes one of the best pizzas anywhere. Fish fry on Friday was also excellent. We didn't go in any of the rooms, but the lodging/hotel looked nice. We did take the Elk View Carriage Ride that included dinner & wine tasting. This is the resort's "signature" event & it was well worth the expense. Dinner at a cabin in the woods is cooked on old wood stoves & is delicious. Service was impeccable & the owner's made us feel like we were the most important guests they'd ever entertained. The carriage that took us out to the cabin was pulled by Belgian horses that were as majestic as the elk we saw on the way. This is not a resort for anyone looking for "daycare" for young children. Although there is a small playground, the only other activity that might be suitable for children is river tubing--though they do have some very nice bikes for rent. We stayed at Thunder Bay Resort because it was affordable & gave us a central location for places we wanted to see in the area. It's only 20 or so miles to Lake Huron where we visited the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary & the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center. Admission to the Heritage Center is free!! The glass-bottomed boat tour of the shipwrecks was a big hit with everyone in our group & we were close enough to make Machinaw Island a day trip.

 
 
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