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  1. Anna

    We stayed here for one night after arriving at Sleeping Bear Dunes to find the campground there was full (note – they start queuing there in the summer at 5am, midweek, to get a spot!). The people fitted us in at Indigo Bluffs for one night and were very nice and welcoming.

    We thought this was quite expensive for what it is – a decent but basic campground under trees with electric and water hooks ups for $40. There is a pool, but other than that this is a very standard campsite.

    The spots are an ok size, mainly dirt with a concrete patio area. There is wifi but we couldn’t get it to work where we were. There is a dump station that wasn’t in great condition. We camped in a 26′ travel trailer.

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