We've been to this casino 22 time in as many years. We are disappointed to say the least. We are also contemplating not returning. The cost is now $ 20.00 per night for a 30/50 amp hook-up. The sites are level, but, no water, no sewer or dump station, no grill, no picnic table and no comp $$ either. They have 12 power boxes and 12 spaces, very tight. If you have a slide out, you need to take up 2 spaces. The spaces are about 20 ft long, and we had to stick out over the dirt trail that the 4 wheeler's use. Security came out as we were trying to park. They did not like our length, but succumb to the fact we needed to take up space. The casino has slots, fairly new, but to my dismay, the table games are closed on Monday, and today is Monday. The food service is open till 8 and the bar till 9. The menu has sandwiches and pizza, no entrees. They do have free self service Coke products. The atmosphere of Christmas inside leaves a bit to be desired. They really haven't updated and of the decor in quite a while. The Flag over the entrance is quit faded and needs to be retired, and the building needs a fresh coat of paint. Phone reception and internet is adequate using AT&T, but the local TV reception is useless. I being used to no reception for TV up there, always have a few DVDs on hand that I haven't seen yet. Foggy's restaurant is across the street, we've had some good meals there, and also some major disappointments, The last few years it has gone down hill. A few miles to the east is Munising, we enjoy the Dog-patch restaurant there, and the local DQ is also a stop for us.