Yes. It is great. We always camp around Nordhouse Lake because it is more secluded and then hike to Lake Michigan during the day to hang out at the beach, but when we were there in early July Nordhouse Lake was gone. Like completely dry. I've never camped on Lake Michigan there, but most people do. I've heard that the closer you are to the parking lot, the more it feels like a music festival instead of back country camping. If I were going to camp on the lake, I'd hike to the north of the main area and try to secure a more remote site closer to the recreational area. To do that, you'll want to enter at the trailhead along the road (it is marked) and NOT from the parking lot trail. From the trailhead hike north until you hit Nordhouse Lake (it will be dry, but it's an obvious feature). Hike along the west side until you see the obvious trail up into the dune. Hike along the Algoma Ridge on (I think) the Lake Michigan Trail. You'll pass a few camp sites up in the dunes - don't use those. Keep going until you exit the dunes down to the lake. Find a camp site you like that isn't occupied tucked at the bottom of the dune and have fun. Please pack out your trash and bury your waste.