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Sequoia Campground


2675 Gady Road
Adrian, MI 48455
517.264,5531
No Email Address
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2 Reviews
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Well for the most part everyone was out going which is nice and the other campers were very helpful and didnt treat you like an alien like some of the other camp grounds you go to were the seasonals think there gods and are rude... me and the kids played volleyball other people were more then happy to let us join in ....I almost won the horseshoe tournement everyone had a great time ... quiet time is 11:00 p.m which was good for me.So over all i would recommend Sequoia over any surrounding campground in the area and ive been to most of them. p.s. I really sucked at the kareoke but it was fun.....

Received from jose lopez for visit in Jan 2009


Site Number: 105
Stay Again? YES
Camp Sequoia is a 100 acre park in Lenawee County centrally located between Detroit, Jackson and Toledo.There are only 50 sites available with water, electric, fire rings and picnic tables but they also offer wooded areas for primitive camping. All the sites were fairly large my guess would be 50-60 ft wide and about 80-90ft deep. Our site wasn't the most level site in the campground but for the most part they were all pretty flat. Make sure you have a 50ft water hose and a 50ft extension cord because hook-ups are at the back of the site. The water pressure was kind of high so I would make sure you have a regulator. The 100 acres of land was heavily wooded but the campground itself was only partially wooded. We were on site #34 and it offered no shade. The pool was very clean and offered the family a break from the August sun. The lake looked more like a lilypad farm and did not have a beach. We were told that the water levels were down, but it was great for bass fishing. If you like casual hiking the woods were filled with trails. You can find different terrain from flat to hilly and from heavily wooded to wide open meadows. We took a wagon ride all around the park and through the woods. It was a fun way to see the campground with a group. It was also very quiet and relaxing. There were probably 20 campers there and no one got out of hand or loud. Okay now for the facility report. The bathrooms were connected to the pool and offered a clean place to change and shower. The building itself was an old concrete block building with spider webs in the rafters. The thermostat was set so high on the hot water tank that you got scalded. (Learned a little trick - turn on two showers and the hot water would cool down a bit.) I think the bath-house could definately use some updating. Don't get me wrong they were clean, just old. I would probably visit Seqouia again for a race at Michigan Speedway with the guys, but I doubt I could get my wife back there again. She likes shiny new bathrooms. If you have a full bath in your camper go for it.

  

Received from Mike for visit in Aug 2001


Site Number: 34
Stay Again? NO



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