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Old 01-27-2009, 01:59 PM   #1
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Looking for reviews/opinions on Pine Ridge RV Campground (just outside of Frankenmuth, MI).

Nothing posted in iRV2's review section, but it does have really good reviews on that other site.

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We have not been there since 2002 and it was ok then. The sites and roads were gravel and a little dusty.
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We have stayed at both Pine Ridge (a coupla miles south of Frankenmuth) and the Jellystone park in Frankenmuth. Both have full hookups. The Pine Ridge was a very nice park but I dont remember if they had cable or wifi. The Jellystone park has all the amenities but it is also a lot more expensive. The lot sizes at Jellystone are very narrow towards the front of the park. It can get very crowded in the summer and unless you call ahead you mite get a lot in the front where your slide out mite be almost kissing your neighbors slide out. If you have kids the Jellystone mite be preferable, if not Pine ridge is a better choice. Pine ridge is maby 5-10 minutes drive from Frankenmuth but it is also very close to the Birch Run discount mall. And dont forget a visit to "Tony's". This resturant gives you a LOT of food. Almost a pound of bacon (although its deep fried)with a brekfast meal.
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I was at both last year. There was a rally at Jellystone that we attended. My main complaint was that I could not put out my awning because it would hit the MH parked next door to me and I was at the rear of the CG. Those are small sites designed before slides were thought of and not updated. Pine Ridge has gravel roads but we have never had a problem with dust while there. The sites are very large and about 2/3 the price of Jellystone. Try a banana split at Tony's but make sure you get enough spoons for the whole table. They start with 1/2 gal. of ice cream and add from there. Bronner's will take a day to go through. We like the bakery and everything else at Zehnder's restaurant. There is a small difference between Zehnder's and Bavarian Inn but Zehnder's will give you a coupon for their bakery downstairs with a meal and they have the best bakery. Kern's for summer sausage and then go up on Junction Road & West to Bernthal's market for any meat you may need. We love the town and go quite often.
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