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Cadillac (Tustin), MI

Beneath the towering forests of northwest Michigan, Cadillac Woods Campground, offers visitors a breathtaking setting and endless opportunities for recreation and family fun. Situated off of US 131 and Route 115, the campground has a convenient online reservations system, and is open for seasonal camping, May 1st to October 31st. Just eight miles southeast of the bustling city of Cadillac, the camp features a beautiful swimming pool, the perfect place to cool off in the summer, as well as a mini-golf course, volleyball court, game room, open-air pavilion and hiking trails to observe native wildlife and birds.

Wooded sites accommodate up to 35 ft. with pull thrus available, and the campground's clean restrooms, camp store and dog walk area bring you all the comforts of home. A dozen affordable golf courses are located around the Cadillac area, all immaculately landscaped, many with stunning views, and with three rivers and two lakes in close proximity to Cadillac Woods Campground, the fishing is at its finest. A visit to the Adventure Island Amusement Park, with water slides, miniature golf, go karts, batting cages and more is a great way to spend a day in Cadillac.

Nearby parks, with abundant forests including the Huron-Manistee National Forest and Mitchell State Park make the perfect destination for a tour of northern Michigan's radiant fall colors, and the 'morel madness' that hits the Cadillac area each spring will have visitors hunting for the delicious mushroom. The scenic White Pine Trail State Park contains a 92 mile long trail that stretches from the north end of Grand Rapids all the way to Cadillac, and allows snowmobiling and cross country skiing in four inches or more of snow. Whether shopping in the charming downtown district or fishing, canoeing or lounging on the sandy beach of Lake Cadillac, Cadillac Woods Campground is a haven from which to experience all the best of northern Michigan.

Harrison, MI

Camp Withii is a delightful RV Park, an ideal spot for camping in central North Michigan. At Camp Withii, our campground in Harrison, Michigan, we offer fabulous outdoor adventures like golfing, hunting, and fishing. With exciting festivals and nearby attractions, you're sure to enjoy camping near Tamarack at our RV park in Harrison, Michigan. It's a beautiful place to get away from it all!

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Camp Withii is conveniently set off Interstate 127 near Houghton Lake and Mt. Pleasant, home to the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort. Enjoy fishing and hunting in the Harrison area, then head out on day trips to the Mid Michigan Community College or Yoder's Amish Quilt, Craft Show & Flea Market, held each year in May and September.

Spend some time golfing at the Devil's Knob Golf Course or Tamaracks Golf Course, site of the June Chamber Swing Golf Tournament. Take part in our Bud Lite Fishing Tournament, the Harrison Classic Car Show, or the Clare County Fair in July. Whatever you choose to do during your stay, you're sure to love Tamarack, Michigan camping.

Bellaire, MI

With our green forests and setting near lovely Torch Lake, Chain O' Lakes Campground is the ideal Michigan camping destination. Join us at our Bellaire MI campground for fabulous fishing and boating, skiing and snowmobiling, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, golfing, and more. Whether it's downhill and cross-country skiing at Shanty Creek or morel mushroom hunting you're after, we have it at our campground near Torch Lake. Come see what camping in northwestern Michigan is all about!

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. We have excellent facilities at Chain O' Lakes Campground with our rental cabins, rental park models, tent sites, and spacious RV sites with full hook-ups. We have free wi-fi wireless internet available throughout the park as well as a swimming pool, playground, event pavilion, game room, and even a petting zoo for the kids. Best of all, our family-friendly park is open year round, so you can enjoy Michigan camping with us during any season.

Join us for camp events like our special BBQ potlucks on Memorial Day, July 4th, and Labor Day, or the spooky fun during Halloween weekend. We have free ice cream on Friday nights and free popcorn on Saturdays, as well as hay rides and other fun camp activities. In the nearby area, you can enjoy the annual Cherry Festival in July or the October Interlochen Arts Festival. And don't miss the chance to watch for wildlife at the Grass River Natural Area, enjoy lunch at the Short's Brewing Company, or see the exhibits at the Spirit of the Woods Museum in Elk Rapids.

East Jordan, MI

Beautiful forests, clear blue waters, and sunny skies are what East Jordan Tourist Park is all about. Set on the shores of stunning Lake Charlevoix, our Michigan campground is the perfect place to spend time with the family. Our RV park is run by the City of East Jordan, and all of our amenities are clean and new. Join us for days of fishing and boating on the lake, relaxing on the beach, playing games on the courts and ball fields, or exploring nearby towns like Charlevoix , Petoskey , and Gaylord. You can go hiking and mountain biking at Boyne City or explore the incredible castle at Castle Farms. With all there is to do and see, we know you're going to love Michigan camping with us!

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. We're set in the quiet lakeside town of East Jordan, just off Interstate 75, Michigan 32, US 131, and Michigan 66. From our campground, it's easy to reach attractions like the Odawa Casino Resort with its nightlife and gaming, or the Elm Point Museum, East Jordan Iron Works Museum, or district library. And our area is home to a number of festivals ranging from the Traverse City Cherry Festival and Charlevoix Apple Fest to the East Jordan Pumpkin Festival, held each October.

East Jordan Tourist Park has excellent facilities, including free wi-fi wireless internet access and cable TV hook-ups. Our campsites range from full hook-ups to partial hook-ups and tent campsites. With the city marina and boat launch right nearby, it's easy to launch your boat into beautiful Lake Charlevoix for a day on the water. We have a playground, tennis courts, basketball court, ball fields, and a volleyball court right here at camp, so the kids will find plenty to do. Pay us a visit and see what makes Michigan camping so very special!

Bear Lake, MI

Welcome to Fuzzy Bear Campground, our RV park in Bear Lake, Michigan! We offer a relaxing camping environment at our Bear Lake campground in a setting that's near all the best highlights of Manistee County. You can go antique shopping in Frankfort, find a fun restaurant in Manistee, or head up beautiful Crystal Mountain for a day of hiking, biking, swimming, or family activities. At the end of the day, return to our Michigan campground for a quiet evening around the campfire.

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Our park is set near Highway 115 and U.S. Highway 31, about 40 minutes from Lake Michigan and the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. This is a great place to go for scenic drives, lake-shore hikes, and the chance to climb up a towering sand dune. If you prefer, stay closer to camp and enjoy golfing at the Chestnut Hills Golf Course or dancing and live music during one of our bluegrass events that take place on the third Wednesday of every month.

You can head to the Little River Casino Resort for gaming, fine meals, and nightlife, or explore the historic Kaleva Bottle House Museum. Our local area has opportunities for horseback riding, hunting, water-skiing, and tennis, as well as winter sports like cross-country skiing and snowboarding. Fuzzy Bear Campground is open every year from May 1 to October 15, so you can join us for all the best camping seasons! Pay us a visit today and see all the Western Michigan camping has to offer.

Kalkaska, MI

Northwest Michigan has it all, from dense forests to towering sand dunes to rambling vineyards, and the Kalkaska RV Park and Campground is in the heart of it all, just 23 miles east of Traverse City on M-72. Online reservations make planning your trip as easy as pie (Michigan cherry, of course) and the large RV sites, rustic tent campsites and available cabin rentals make the perfect home away from home. With twenty acres of biking and hiking trails, a pristine heated pool and an outdoor pavilion for large groups, the campground has all the amenities needed, and is just a short distance from fabulous area attractions.

Open year-round, the campground is the perfect base camp for boating and fishing on the region's many lakes, as well as morel mushroom hunting in the springtime. In the fall, the towering forests turn brilliant shades of gold, red and orange and turn an ordinary car trip into a scenic drive, you might even stop by one of the many Michigan wineries for a day of touring and tasting in a breathtaking setting. Winter activities near the campground revolve around snowmobiling, with several trailheads nearby, the enjoyable Kalkaska Winterfest to attend and a cozy heated cabin to return to at night.

Nearby Traverse City is a delightful place with lots to do, with an event filled calendar, including the world famous National Cherry Festival in July which features an air show, competitive events, and of course, cherry pie! The Grand Traverse Art Center and Gallery in Traverse City is another great destination, with a permanent collection of artwork by recognized artists as well as changing exhibits of regional and national artists. There is never a dull moment in the northwest Michigan, which make the Kalkaska RV Park and Campground the perfect base camp for a vacation to remember.

Lake George, MI

Surrounded by the wooded beauty of west central Michigan, Lake George campground is a first rate facility that offers the majesty of a natural setting with all the comforts of home. Open May 1 through October 1, the camp has an available online reservations system that helps make planning your trip as easy as possible, and finding the campground, located off of Hwy 127 and Hwy 10, is no trouble at all. Groups and clubs are welcome on the extensive grounds, with plenty of spacious sites, a heated swimming pool, recreation room, bike rentals and two clubhouses.

The fishing in Lake George is excellent, stocked with many varieties of fish including bluegill, perch, rockbass, crappie and largemouth bass. A free public boat launch is close to camp, and water sports such as boating, swimming, jet skiing and pontoon boating are permitted. For indoor activity, the nearby towns of Clare and Mount Pleasant provide terrific shopping and fine dining, as well as cultural events.

Golfers will be in heaven on the many area championship courses and the Soaring Eagle Casino, just a 30 minute drive from camp has over 4,300 slots and numerous gaming tables for those looking to try their luck. Another fun excursion is to Cindy Lous Zoo, a 20 acre park in Roscommon with entertainment for the whole family, and only a short distance from the delightful Lake George Campground, your central Michigan home away from home.

Lake Leelanau, MI

Irons, MI

The towering pines and hardwood trees of the Manistee National Forest surround you during a stay at the Leisure Time Campground in northwest Michigan. Located near Irons off of M-37 and near Hwy 10, the camp features many spacious sites for RVs, as well as secluded tent sites. Open from April 1 through November 30, Leisure Time boasts a pristine, refreshing swimming pool, camp store and recreation room and has an online reservation system to help make planning your trip as easy as possible.

Situated on six and a half acres on the shores of Seaman Lake, the camp is a paradise for those who love the great outdoors! The fishing is excellent in the spring-fed lake, which yields plenty of bass, pike, bluegill and perch. A swimming area with floating dock sits adjacent to the camp and with rowboats, kayaks and paddleboats ready to rent, everyone can enjoy a day on the water.

When exploring off-site, the Pine River is the place to be for canoeing and fishing, with superb spring and fall salmon runs, you'll be bringing home dinner. This region contains some of the best hunting grounds in Michigan, which makes Leisure Time Campground the perfect spot for deer and turkey hunters. Between the scenic landscape, endless outdoor activities and tranquil setting, the Leisure Time Campground will keep you coming back to northwest Michigan year after year.

Reed City, MI

Camping on the Hersey River at our RV Park in Reed City, Michigan. Albright Park Camp is a Christian camp with an alcohol free, family-focused environment. The park offers rental cabins that sleep up to 140 people, so its perfect for large group gatherings. RV guests will appreciate the 32 RV campsites with 30 and 50 amps of power, plus water and electric.

Cadillac, MI

Cadillac, MI

The breathtaking forests of northwest Michigan are the backdrop for a memorable stay at Camp Cadillac, located off of US 131 and close to I-75, in Cadillac. There is no shortage of native plants and wildlife to observe on the camp's nature trails, and fun for the whole family abounds during a visit to the heated pool. Campers can enjoy an RV site with full hookups, tent camping or even reserve one of three rental cabins using the convenient online reservation system.

A fishing pond will give guests a place to cast a line, a dozen area golf courses will keep them on their game and unique attractions on the campground, such as barrel train rides, hayrides and a petting zoo will charm the little ones. Camp Cadillac, a seasonal camp open April 15-November 15, is situated near both Lake Cadillac and Lake Mitchell, with more opportunities to fish and enjoy a variety of water sports. Downtown Cadillac provides all the amenities of home, with plenty of restaurants, antique stores, gift shops and book stores.

The Adventure Island Family Fun Park, in close proximity to the campground, is a popular theme park with miniature golf, waterslides, go-karts, bumper boats and batting cages in addition to an arcade and concession stands. The Michigan Legacy Art Park, in nearby Thompsonville, features over 35 larger than life major works of art by Michigan artists, each representing a piece of the state's history. With plenty to do and see both on-site and off, Camp Cadillac is the perfect place to build camping memories.

Reed City, MI

Williamsburg, MI

Wellston, MI

Heart of the Forest RV Park couldn't have a better name for describing this beautiful northwest Michigan enclave in the middle of the Manistee National Forest in Wellston, just off of State Hwy 55. Open April 1st through November 30th, the campground sits amid towering native trees and near the sparkling Big and Little Manistee Rivers, not to mention Lake Michigan just a short drive from camp. Miles of hiking and biking trails, the Big Manistee, one of the top ten fishing rivers in America, and opportunities to canoe, kayak, cross country ski and snowmobile in winter are just a few of the attractions that draw visitors back to the camp time and time again.

Only 35 minutes from Cadillac, the campground features online reservations and full hookup RV sites, each wide enough to accommodate a double pull out, which are situated near heated restrooms and have picnic tables and fire rings. For a relaxing outing, the nearby towns of Bear Lake and Kaleva offer visitors the finest of small town Michigan living, with quaint shops and art galleries to peruse. Close proximity to Lake Michigan means a beach is near, with Big Sable Lighthouse and Manistee Pierhead Lighthouse -- both must-see landmarks in northwest Michigan.

For recreation of a different sort, Little River Casino has over 1,000 slot machines and 30 game tables and is only a twenty minute drive from camp. Golfing at Bear Lake County Highlands will challenge your skill, and the fascinating Shrine of the Pines in Baldwin contains the largest collection of rustic pine furniture on display, including a table made from a 700 pound stump and a rocking chair made out of roots. Whether getting back to nature or just getting away from it all, go no farther than Heart of the Forest RV Park.