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RV Parks in Michigan

Michigan is a great place for RV camping with plenty of exciting things to see and do. The Henry Ford Museum is a must-see if you're looking for a bit of culture. And for those who love nature, the Silver Lake Sand Dunes are an incredible sight. And what better way to explore the Great Lakes State than by RV?

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Campgrounds in Northern Michigan

Northern Michigan is a great place to visit if you're looking for a quiet, scenic getaway. The area is known for its beautiful lakes and forests, and there are plenty of parks and campgrounds where you can enjoy the region's natural beauty. If you're looking for some peace and quiet, the Upper Peninsula is worth considering.

Munising Campgrounds

Munising is a great place to visit if you're looking for a mix of activities and scenery. The town is situated on the shores of Lake Superior, and there are plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities. And of course, the beautiful views of the lake and surrounding forests are not to be missed.

Munising-Pictured Rocks KOA is a short drive from Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and offers RV sites and a variety of amenities, including cabins, tent sites, and RV hookups.

Camping in Marquette

Marquette is another excellent destination for camping in Michigan. The town is situated on the shores of Lake Superior and offers various activities and attractions. There are many parks and forests to explore and many shops and restaurants to enjoy.

The Marquette Maritime Museum is a must-see while you're in the area. The museum is located on the site of a former Great Lakes shipwreck, and it offers a fascinating look at the history of maritime transportation on the Great Lakes.

There are several campgrounds in Marquette, so you'll have a lot to choose from when deciding where to stay.

Two-time Camper's Choice Award winner Rippling River Resort is worth considering. The resort offers plenty of amenities, including a pool, hot tub, and laundry facilities. And with its location on the banks of the Carp River, it's the perfect place to enjoy some peace and quiet.

Traverse City Campgrounds

Traverse City is a popular destination for visitors to Michigan, located on the shores of Lake Michigan. From shopping and dining to beaches and parks, there's something for everyone in Traverse City.

According to one Campendium reviewer, Timber Ridge RV Campground is "a large campground that is good for tent trailers or class A. They also offer tiny cabins and yurts. Nice pool and lots of activities for kids."

Camping Near Sleeping Bear Dunes

No trip to Traverse City would be complete without a visit to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. The dunes are one of the most popular attractions in the area, and there are several campgrounds nearby.

Campers Choice Award winner Indigo Bluffs RV Park & Resort is a great place to stay while exploring Sleeping Bear Dunes. The campground is located in the town of Empire, and it offers a wide variety of amenities, including a pool, hot tub, and laundry facilities.

South Haven RV Parks

South Haven is another great destination for Michigan camping. The town is located on the shores of Lake Michigan and offers a wide variety of activities and attractions.

Sunny Brook RV Resort is a highly rated campground with plenty of amenities. The resort offers RV sites, a swimming pool, hot tub, and laundry facilities. And with its location just minutes from the beach, it's the perfect place to enjoy fun in the sun.

More RV Parks in Michigan

These are a few of the best places to camp in Michigan. It's a state with something for everyone, whether you're seeking a quiet area by the lake or an RV park with recreational facilities.

Recent Michigan RV Parks Reviews

Indian River, MI

Indian River RV Resort

Jul 19, 2024

"Good But Busy"

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Stayed here with friends. Fun nice place. Escort in to our site. Pretty tight. They pack them in but it works. Lots of activity. Nice clean pool.

Cinnscott22
55 reviews
Indian River, MI

Twin Bears Wooded Campground

Jul 19, 2024

"Great Place "

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Excellent place and so glad we camped here. No reviews since 2022 so we were hesitant. No need to be. Cleanest everything we’ve ever seen. Pool restrooms laundry. Absolutely awesome place to stay

Cinnscott22
55 reviews
Jul 18, 2024

"Nice Place"

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We stayed here two nights as part of a trip around Lake Michigan. We chose it mostly because of its proximity to Sleeping Bear Dunes. It’s been a delightful stay! When we got here, Darren led us to our site, and told us he would be bringing fresh eggs (from the chickens in the “Coop de Ville” near the entrance) in the wash house in the morning,...
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Jon
46 reviews
Jul 14, 2024

"Nice campground, great location"

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This is a very nice campground with level sites which are a bit close but not uncomfortably. There is ample room for walking around and for dog walking. We were in a spot that was long enough for the rig and truck but there was also parking in front of our rig for overflow tows. There was a nice couple who owned it with a small but nice store. ...
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Jul 14, 2024

"I WOULD NOT Recommend"

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I would not recommend tent camping here. There are a lot of “sketchy” people that seem to live there seasonally that make A LOT of noise all night long. So many strange sounds/events happened all night long both nights of our stay. Bath house was surprisingly ok considering the state of the rest of the park. Staff were friendly at check in....
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c.Stacey
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