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Allendale / West Grand Rapids KOA
8275 Warner Street  Allendale, Michigan
18 CampedThere Reviews

The Allendale/West Grand Rapids KOA is conveniently located between Grand Rapids and Grand Haven nestled deep in the countryside of Western Michigan. Our RV sites are large enough to handle most big rigs and offer serenity and a peaceful place to vacation. If tenting is your passion, we have great sites that are secluded but within walking distance to the bath house and restroom facilities. Our Lodges are complete with bathroom facilities and fully-equipped kitchens for that "home away from home feel."

If you're traveling with your family, we offer lots of family-fun activities such as Water Wars, hit the bulls eye & set off the depth charge to soak your opponent, swimming pool, two playgrounds, planned activities, hay rides, with our new ball toss game, volleyball, basketball, and horseshoes. We also have two ponds on the campground with river access and canoe rentals. If fishing or relaxing on the water is on your list of things to do, you'll find them here. Our pavilion and group sites make for a great venue for family reunions, church groups, or any other kind of group. In the fall, come and camp and enjoy the beautiful colors of the changing trees of Western Michigan.

Whatever your camping needs may be, we have a site for you and look forward to meeting you!

Coloma / St. Joseph KOA
3527 Coloma Road  Riverside, Michigan
18 CampedThere Reviews

In the heart of southwestern Michigan's fruit country and only minutes from Lake Michigan beaches, St. Joseph and South Haven, this KOA blankets 41 acres along the Paw Paw River. In season, enjoy fresh, hot doughnuts made each morning. Then you're off; perhaps to Lake Michigan to frolic on white sand beaches, visit beautiful lighthouses or charter a fishing expedition. You're close to u-pick farms and fruit markets, wineries, antique shops, golf and St. Joseph's terrific children's museum. It's only 30 minutes to Four Winds Casino. The area hosts many weekend festivals too. Keep busy at the campground, enjoying the pool, hot tub, tennis court, Jumping Pillow, fishing pond, bike rentals, playground, cable, free Wi-Fi and more. Holiday weekend activities include scavenger hunts and ice cream socials. Wir sprechen Deutsch.

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Covert / South Haven KOA
39397 M-140 Highway  Covert, Michigan
29 CampedThere Reviews

Warm beaches and beautiful sunsets await you at this KOA, located minutes from several of Lake Michigan's finest beaches, historic lighthouses and marinas. You can enjoy shopping, antiquing, golfing, wineries, u-pick farms, casinos and festivals. End your evening with live entertainment at the downtown theater or embark on an intimate sunset cruise on Lake Michigan aboard a tall ship. If action is what you crave, book a fishing trip, spend the evening at the speedway or bike the Kal-Haven Trail. Then relax at the campground in its quiet country setting with abundant wildlife and woods. Enjoy fun bikes, a jumping pillow, theme weekends, movie nights, pancake breakfasts, a coffee bar & snack shop with pizza delivered fresh and hot to your site and hand-dipped Shermans ice cream, hayrides, crafts, nature trails and KOA's own u-pick blueberry patch.

Please Note: In an effort to protect our trees from the Emerald Ash Borer, we will no longer permit any of our guests to bring their own firewood of any kind. The state of Michigan recommends no moving of firewood in the State and no outside wood brought into any campgrounds.

Emmett KOA
3864 Breen Road  Emmett, Michigan
25 CampedThere Reviews

Please Note: Our KOA has a number of Ash trees. In an effort to protect them from the Emerald Ash Borer we can no longer permit any of our guests to bring their own firewood. The state of Michigan recommends no moving of firewood in the State and no outside wood brought into any campgrounds.

Come, relax and enjoy yourself on our beautiful 40-acres with large wooded sites. RV sites, tent sites and Kamping Kabins on the lake. We have a family focused atmosphere with a wide variety of activities for all ages. Our 4 acre lake with sandy beach is perfect for swimming and fishing. No license needed - catch and release.

The campground is a pleasant one-hour drive from Detroit or Flint. We are within minutes of historic Port Huron - boyhood home of the inventor, Thomas Edison, the starting place for the Mackinac Sailboat Race, site of an annual antique car parade, the "Twin Bridges" and not to forget historic lighthouses and boat watching on one of the heaviest traveled rivers in the world.

Port Huron is a water wonderland! Located on St. Clair River and Lake Huron, you are sure to enjoy all it has to offer. From fishing for perch, walleye and salmon to "Art in the Park" free weekly concerts on the Black River during the summer, there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.

Visitors to the campground are welcome; however, we do ask that you check in at the office to purchase your visitation pass.

Flint / Holly KOA
7072 E. Grange Hall Rd  Holly, Michigan
25 CampedThere Reviews

The Flint / Holly KOA offers the very best in Michigan family camping! From our big pull-through RV sites to the landscaped areas for tent camping, you'll find a place to call "home" while you visit us. Want to "rough it" in comfort? Our one and two-room cabins are sure to please!

Our KOA staff has put together a GREAT 2011 season of Planned Activities and Theme Weekends that will truly make this a memorable year for you and your family. If it's day trips you enjoy, we're only minutes away from Great Lakes Crossing, Canterbury Village, DTE Music Theatre and the Michigan Renaissance Festival (Mid-August thru September). Discounted Renaissance tickets are available in Campground Store. You may also want to check out for any shopping and dining.

Come and see us at the Flint / Holly KOA to make vacation memories that will last a lifetime.

Frankenmuth Jellystone Park
1339 Weiss St  Frankenmuth, Michigan
22 CampedThere Reviews

At the Frankenmuth Jellystone Park you will find family fun is our number one priority to you our camping guest. You may enjoy participating in our full activity schedule, relaxing by the pool, or taking in a little Frankenmuth shopping. A full activity schedule during the summer and weekend activities in the spring and fall make the Frankenmuth Jellystone Park a wonderful place to bring the entire family any time of year.

Gaylord KOA
5101 Campfires Parkway  Gaylord, Michigan
22 CampedThere Reviews

Located on the 45th parallel, the Alpine Village of Gaylord has unique shops, wonderful restaurants and world class golf. There are many lakes in the area for fishing and trails for hiking and biking such as the North Central State Trail from Gaylord to Mackinaw City. Take a day trip to Mackinaw City, Thunder Bay Underwater Preserve or the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum. In season, go hunting for tasty morel mushrooms, raspberries and blackberries. Also, enjoy several festivals in the area including Alpenfest and the Traverse City Cherry Festival! After a great day of sightseeing, come back and relax! The kids can go swimming in the heated pool or play on the two playgrounds. Play mini golf, horseshoes, shuffleboard, volleyball or rent banana bikes or 4 wheel pedal carts! Your furry friends will love our Camp K9 Bark Park! You will enjoy the cable TV and you can stay in touch using the FREE Wi-Fi. The Gaylord KOA is located in the heart of the Gaylord Golf Mecca with more than 20 golf courses to choose from. This KOA is big rig friendly and we welcome groups!

Higgins Lake / Roscommon KOA
3800 W. Federal Hwy  Roscommon, Michigan
5 CampedThere Reviews

Weekend getaway or family vacation - Higgins Lake KOA captures it all!

Imagine, if you will, the crystal clear waters and golden sandy beaches of Higgins Lake, voted National Geographic’s sixth most beautiful lake in the world! This 10,000 acre lake offers excellent swimming with its shallow sandy shores, and distinctive drop-offs for a snorkeler's dream come true. Early morning anglers can enjoy fishing for perch, walleye, small mouth bass and much more. Boating enthusiasts can enjoy a day full of tubing, skiing or cruising the beautiful shorelines. But after a busy day by the lake, Higgins Lake KOA takes over. Don’t feel like cooking, the campground store offers pizza. Join us for breakfast  from the grill (weekends and holidays in season). Complete your evening with an ice cream sundae or a float, and a movie on our big outdoor screen. Kids can enjoy the Bouncy Castle, playground equipment, rock climbing wall, and monkey jumpers! Daily arts and crafts are available in season. Hiking trails throughout the wooded campground can be a place to get close to nature. The  nearby Au Sable River offers lazy canoe rides and awesome fly fishing for every level of experience. Enjoy the beauty of Michigan’s Mackinaw Bridge and Mackinaw Island -  a fun day trip for everyone. If shopping is something you enjoy,  try the Tanger Outlet at West Branch. Feeling lucky, casinos can be found in St Ignace, and Traverse City.

Attractions in 2012
  • Show your athletic side on the 25’ rock climbing wall!
  • The whole family will enjoy soaring to new heights on the monkey jumper!
  • Need a mid day snack? Join us in the camp store for pizza and a pop, or ice cream..
  • This year we are very excited to be able to offer new camping solutions for the campers who want to feel like they never left home!
With all we have to offer, plus quiet peaceful evenings around a camp fire with family and friends, you need to make Higgins Lake KOA your camping destination!

Holiday Camping Resort
5483 W. Stony Lake Rd  New Era, Michigan
0 CampedThere Reviews

Jellystone Park Grayling
370 West Four Mile Road 107 Grayling, Michigan
21 CampedThere Reviews

Jellystone Park Indian River
2201 East M-68  183 Indian River, Michigan
9 CampedThere Reviews

Klines Resort
22260 Klines Resort Rd  Three Rivers, Michigan
0 CampedThere Reviews

Lincoln Pines Resort
13033 19 Mile Rd  Gowen, Michigan
0 CampedThere Reviews

Mackinaw City / Mackinac Island KOA
566 Trailsend Road  Mackinaw City, Michigan
17 CampedThere Reviews

Mackinac Island is the number one destination in Michigan and the Mackinaw City KOA is a perfect place to stay while you are visiting the area.

Free shuttles to the island ferries are available. The nature trail connects to a paved trail into Mackinaw City, where you can explore Fort Michilimackinac, Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse and much more. Or continue on the trail for miles of biking or hiking. Use the KOA as a base camp for a trip across the Mackinac Bridge to Tahquamenon Falls, Soo Locks and the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum on Lake Superior. Take a scenic drive through the Tunnel of Trees and enjoy breathtaking views of Lake Michigan. You're less than 2 miles from a Lake Michigan beach or a small inland lake so bring your fishing pole, kayaks and canoes. After a busy day sightseeing head back to the campground for a swim in the heated, outdoor pool and enjoy a campfire. There are sites for everyone; pull thru/full hook-up, pop-up and tent sites as well as cabins. Propane, laundry room and free WiFi.

Monroe Co. / Toledo North KOA
US 23 Exit 9 at Summerfield Road, 15600 Tunnicliffe  Petersburg, Michigan
33 CampedThere Reviews

It will be tough to choose your fun here! A 220-foot-long waterslide, two lakes with sandy beaches, boat and bike rentals, catch-and-release fishing, mini golf, disc golf, two playgrounds, a baseball diamond, an arcade and two outdoor pool tables are just some of this campground's treats. You can't beat the location: a tranquil country setting amid maple, oak and pine trees. Stay with the birds in an 8-foot-high tree house. Other lodging options include Camping Cabins, Deluxe Cabins, a four-bedroom "Sweet Suite" or RVs with patio sites. Special events-from sand castle-building contests to a car, truck and crafts show- fill the calendar. Halloween fun begins in September.

Muskegon KOA
3500 Strand Road  Muskegon, Michigan
23 CampedThere Reviews

The views are postcard-perfect here. The woods and open grassy areas cradle two blue, private lakes. Settle into a one or two room lakefront cabin or pitch your tent on the sandy beach. RV'ers appreciate the shaded, full hookup sites. All sites have a picnic table and fire ring.

The Muskegon KOA is located just minutes from Michigan's Adventure, one of the Cedar Point Amusement Parks, with easy access to both US 31 and Lake Michigan's beaches. We are a full service campground with RV and tent sites and lakefront cabins.

Swimmers and anglers flock to the water. Rent a pedal boat, kayak or rowboat or take part in Saturday evening hayrides and ice cream socials. Come for one of the many festivals, including the Muskegon Summer Celebration and Muskegon Bike Time or visit any one of the popular West Michigan attractions, including the numerous light houses, towering sand dunes, local golf courses, and the USS Silversides (a WWII submarine).

Newberry KOA
13724 State Hwy M-28  Newberry, Michigan
1 CampedThere Reviews

The Newberry KOA Resort campground is located in the heart of Michigan's beautiful Eastern Upper Peninsula, and features over 100 large, shaded sites with water and electricity at each one.

Our pool building is equipped with a spacious, heated in-door pool and a jacuzzi bath. Enjoy mini-golf, rent our pedal carts, play video games, camp-store, or have a hand-dipped ice cream.

The complete laundry facility, restrooms, and showers will make your stay even more pleasant. OPEN 24 HOURS.

Our fun-loving staff will be there to help you with all of your needs. There is always something to do at the Newberry KOA campground. Don't forget your fishing poles, because our area has some of the best fishing in the state.

Our KOA's central location allows you to take in many of the Upper Peninsula's natural attractions. We're only fifteen minutes from the famous boat trips to Tahquamenon Falls or you can drive to the Falls in 30 Minutes.

You may choose to visit one of the oldest cities in our country, Sault Ste Marie, Michigan and visit the renowned Soo Locks, Casinos and lots of other attractions while there (which is also only about an hour away). Across the International Bridge into Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, you might be interested in the foreign city and it's unique Agawa Canyon Train Tour. Munising's inspiring Picture Rocks, Seney National Wildlife Refuge and a bear habitat, and Lake Superior's beautiful Sand Dunes, are also nearby to the Kampground.

No trip to our area would be complete without touring the mighty Two-Hearted River made famous by Ernest Hemingway. Finally, Mackinaw Island and the straits area, is only a short drive and offers fun and excitement for the whole family. Ask our friendly front desk workers if you need directions or more information on any of our area attractions.

Host: Scott & Cindy Green

Oscoda KOA
3591 Forest Road  Oscoda, Michigan
16 CampedThere Reviews

The Oscoda KOA is located near the sunrise coast of Northeast Michigan and is positioned in an outdoor enthusiast’s wonderland.  Lake Huron’s sugar sand beaches, AuSable River canoeing, Huron National Forest hiking, AuSable River Queen Paddle Wheel Boat Tours, Wurtsmith Air Museum, River Road Scenic-Byway’s monuments and memorials, Tawas Point and Sturgeon Point Lighthouses are a few attractions that lie just minutes away.

With premium full hook up patio sites, rustic tent sites nestled among the trees, rustic log cabins and a full service RV Rental Unit, our park will fulfill your desired vacation requirements. Amid the trees you will also find a heated pool, playground, jumping pillow, fun bike rentals, rec center (arcade), camp store and 24 hour laundry facility.

We also offer summer weekend activities and events such as The Rob Mills Family Concert Weekend, tie dye, kid’s fun weekend, pancake breakfasts, hayrides and fire truck rides. Visit us for Art on the Beach in Oscoda and Harmony Weekend in Harrisville. Golf the famous Lakewood Shores Golf Resort or other fantastic local golf facilities. Take a day trip to Dinosaur Gardens, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Saganing Eagles Landing Casino or any number of the area’s terrific attractions.

You’ll notice it feels a bit like home here, with a caring staff and hosts that want to help you make vacation memories to last a life time. The Eller Family invites you to rest, relax and explore at the Oscoda KOA. We hope our park is the place you’ll want to return to again and again.

“Some of the best memories are made while sitting quietly around a campfire under a starlit sky with those you love.”

Petoskey KOA
1800 North US 31  Petoskey, Michigan
21 CampedThere Reviews

The spectacular Petoskey RV & Cabin Resort is located in beautiful Northwest Michigan. The park is rated #1 in Michigan by Trailer Life and it is among the highest rated RV resorts in North America. Lake Michigan and sand dunes are just minutes away and the refreshing breezes rustle through the cedar, pine and maple trees at the resort. The romantic "million dollar" sunsets will give you goose bumps as you watch the sun sink into the lake.

The unique park layout weaves sites into the natural landscape. Flowers and landscaping adorn every corner of the tranquil 30 acre setting. Each of our spacious 160 RV sites has a level paved parking area and large, clean concrete patio for relaxing with your family. The resort's cozy log Kamping Kabins are nestled among the trees. We also offer deluxe Kamping Kottages with fireplaces and luxurious Meadowview Cottage Park Homes for our guests.

We offer a full slate of activities including educational nature events, movies, bingo and weekend pancake breakfasts. Within minutes lie local golf, restaurants, beaches, bike trails and shopping. Easy day trips include the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Lighthouse Museum, Mackinac Island and many more nearby destinations.

Our outstanding staff takes pride in offering service to our visitors that is second to none. The Rose Family invites you to visit the Petoskey RV & Cabin Resort. "For a place you will always remember and a vacation you will never forget."

Port Huron KOA
5111 Lapeer  Kimball, Michigan
54 CampedThere Reviews

Located on 70 fun filled acres is Port Huron KOA Camping Resort. The campground is a pleasant one-hour drive from Detroit or Flint. We are within minutes of historic Port Huron - boyhood home of the inventor, Thomas Edison, the starting place for the Mackinac Sailboat Race, site of an annual antique car parade, the "Twin Bridges" and not to forget historic lighthouses and boat watching on one of the heaviest traveled rivers in the world.

Our commitment to excellence has consistently earned us 5 stars from Woodall's for our facilities and recreation and we are among their top 1.4% campgrounds in North America. As we continue to meet the needs of our campers, we now feature many different styles and sizes of both cabins and lodges. We offer single and double kabins, kottages, and we have several different styles of lodges for all to enjoy.

Whether you and your family want to relax and kick back or try and pack as much fun into your vacation - Port Huron KOA Camping Resort has what you need. Just a few include hand dipped ice cream, unique bike rental, catered breakfast, go-carts, batting cages and the list goes on!

Port Huron is a water wonderland! Located on St. Clair River and Lake Huron, you are sure to enjoy all it has to offer. From fishing for perch, walleye and salmon to "Art in the Park" free weekly concerts on the Black River during the summer, there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.

We look forward to helping you make your vacation an experience you will never forget. With planned activities for adults and children and much more, Port Huron KOA invites you and your family to our resort.

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