Here is the location of the park on a map of Lake Erie:
And one of the hardest things to find as I travel is a car wash big enough for an RV. There is one just across the entrance road, and I have used it twice! See the big bays on either end?
This place used to be a toxic waste site, but has been cleaned up by the Corps of Engineering. Next door is the giant coal-fired power plant that serves much of the southeastern part of Michigan:
There are some really nice bike trails in the park; one goes about two miles to the nearby River Raisin National Battlefield. In the War of 1812, the British tried to cross the river here and a major battle ensured. It is a small national site, but I took some photos of the very interesting signs:
Anyway, it was a nice ride on my new electric bike. SO nice to be able to ride several miles without my knees or back bothering me!