RV Parks in and around Michigan
Sturgeon Valley CampgroundSturgeon Valley Campground is located on 111 acres in Wolverine, Michigan. Leave Sturgeon Valley Campground on your canoe, kayak, or tube for some of the finest river floating in Northern Michigan. We are also close to the Pigeon River. We have tubes for rent and will gladly take you up stream to enjoy floating back to our campground. We feature 30 amp hookup sites along with restrooms, playground, laundry facilities and an on site store. Whether it's for a short or long term stay, we hope to see you soon!
Oscoda County ParkOscoda County Park in Mio, MI is situated on the flood waters of the Mio Dam along the world famous AuSable River. The campground is open April 15th– November 30. There are 65 electric modern sites (30 & 50 AMP), 87 rustic sites, and a camping cabin available. Tents, Trailers, RVs, and 5th Wheels are all welcome. FREE HIGH SPEED WIFI is available to all campers. All your outdoor recreational dreams are awaiting you with the Huron National Forest being minutes away. There is direct access to ORV trails, with ORV’s welcome in the campground. Oscoda County Park provides the perfect atmosphere for your next camping adventure!
Kalkaska County Log Lake CampgroundThere are many things to see and do while camping at Log Lake. First of course is swimming and fishing in Log Lake. There are 3 golf courses nearby, a disc golf course is adjacent to the campground, canoe liveries and fly fishing on the Manistee River. The Turtle Creek Casino is just 15 minutes away! For hikers and mountain bikers the North Country hiking trail is just north of our campground and the Sand Lakes Quiet Area just west of Kalkaska. Kalkaska County is 561 square miles of abundant natural resources with numerous recreational opportunities. There are over 80 inland lakes and 275 miles of streams and rivers, with numerous state and county parks in which to get close to the natural beauty that surrounds you in Kalkaska. The county averages 126 inches of snow each year, perfect for winter weather enthusiasts.
Everflowing Waters CampgroundsWhat can you expect when you stay at Everflowing Waters Campground? One of the most tranquil and peaceful experiences any traveler could wish for. Located on the peaceful Yuba Creek, this quiet, semi-shaded, secluded campground is just the place for the camper who wants to get away from it all but remain close to the action too. Privacy and convenience, tree-shaded grassy lots and the overflowing waters of Yuba Creek make this campground a must-stay location for your next location or weekend getaway. We accommodate tents, trailers, fifth wheels, RVs, pop-up campers, vans, motorhomes, bicycle travelers, motorcyclists, and groups. The charming Traverse City area with its shops and restaurants is nearby. Plus, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, mountain biking, and two champion-level golf courses are just around the corner. Some park amenities include 20/30/50 amp sites along with tent sites for those seeking something a little more different. Guests also have access to picnic tables, fire ring/grill, fire pit, and WiFi.Whether it's for a short and or long-term stay, we hope to see you soon!
West Branch, MI
West Branch Secret Campground And RV ParkLocated in West Branch, Michigan, West Branch Secret Campground and RV Park features 20/30/50 amp sites each with picnic tables and moveable fire rings. We also offer tent sites for those seeking more of a traditional camping experience. Visitors can look forward to shower facilities, dump station, toilets, WiFi, playground, trash services and more. There are many outdoor activities that include boating, mini golf, stargazing, hunting, fishing, horseback riding and kayaking to list a few. Whether its for a short and or long term stay, we look forward to seeing you! Open Dates: May 1 to October 31
West Branch, MI
Ogemaw County FairLocated in West Branch, Michigan, Ogemaw County Fair can host your family camping trip, your family reunion or any other number of events. We invite you to come and enjoy camping in our wooded camping area on fairgrounds property. We have several amenities to offer including horseshoe pits, basketball court, playground, access to the Rifle River for fishing and wading, Wangler Pavilion and more. We feature 70 wooded sites with water and electric 30/50 amp hookups, 59 wooded rustic camp sites and 20 wooded group camping areas with electricity! Whether its for a short and or long term stay, we hope to see you soon!***If the grounds are rented by a group then open camping may not be available. Fair week camping is full, however you may be added to a list for another year if a site should become available*** Open Dates: April 22 to October 17
Northern Sites CampgroundCamp under the Northern Stars. Our sites along the river enjoy a sandy beach area for swimming, tubing, kayaking, fishing. We have both primitive sites & modern sites with electric. There is a bath house with showers. Cedar River is now passable for tubing & kayaking from the River Rd. Trailhead (end of bike trail) to our campground! Our campground is open from May 1 to November 30.
Northern Exposure CampgroundNorthern Exposure Campground is Michigan's premiere "Up-North" camping experience and includes 300 wooded acres with 2.5 miles of coastline on the Hodenpyle Pond. We offer a total of 260 spacious sites, complete with panoramic views of an amazing lake, with a backdrop of rolling hills. We offer primitive sites, electric and water sites, pull-thru water sites, and sites with 50-amp electrical service. Sanitary dump stations are available for our guests. We also rent camping cabins. Enjoy spending time on the sandy beach and cool off with a refreshing swim in the water. We are situated in an award-winning fishing area, perfect for amateur and experienced fisherman alike. For those who love to hike, the North Country Trail is accessible right from within the park! In the local area you will find something that everyone can enjoy! From premier mountain biking and hiking trails to festivals and golf courses, join us for a relaxing vacation in the great outdoors. Each time you stay with us you help to improve the campground for your next visit as every penny goes right back into the park!
Taylors Lost Haven CampgroundNestled in Beaverton, Michigan, Taylors Lost Haven Campground features partial 30/50 amp water and electric sites along with cabin rentals. No tents. Visitors can enjoy access to the beach with kayaks and canoes for rent along with on-shore fishing. Some amenities include a dump station, camp store, bathhouse, and a playground to list a few. Whether it's for a short or long-term stay, we hope to welcome you soon! Open Dates: May 1 to October 31.
Riverside Park And CampgroundWe are located on the beautiful Pere Marquette River and have over 50 modern camping sites with electric, water, cable, picnic tables & fire pits.
White Cloud, MI
Big Bend ParkBig Bend Park is located on the Big Muskegon River near the Hardy Dam. The Park features 17 miles of waterway for boating, fishing, swimming, waterskiing. We offer docks, showers, water, and electricity, sewage disposal, playgrounds, and picnic areas. The brilliant fall colors with the blue waters are a breathtaking site. Both parks have cabins, playgrounds, a beach, docks, bathhouses, pavilion and a dump station. And, we're open all year long!
White Cloud, MI
Diamond Lake County ParkLocated approximately 6 miles north and west from the City of White Cloud in Newaygo County, you can experience this 156 acre park with 2,000 feet of frontage on the sparkling waters of Diamond Lake, an all-sports lake. Adjacent lands are owned by the Manistee National Forest. The campground currently offers 2 camping cabins, 60 campsites of which 24 are full hook-up (water, sewer and electric), and the remaining 36 sites are electric. There are two bathroom/shower buildings and a shelter building that can be reserved. Additionally the park contains a sanitation station, play areas, swimming beach, horseshoes, beach volleyball, hiking trails, picnic area, and enclosed shelter building. Enjoy a hike in Michigan’s north woods. Starting from the trailhead at Diamond Lake County Park, adventurous hikers may trek forth on the 10 mile, circular, Birch Grove Trail. This trail through the Manistee National Forest passes through the only wildflower sanctuary (Loda Lake Wildflower Sanctuary) within the entire National Forest System. Birch Grove trail also connects with the National Park Service’s 2,000 mile long North Country National Scenic Trail.
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