Michigan RV Camping
Michigan RV Camping – All The Comforts Away From Home
Michigan RV Camping
Michigan RV camping sites are located along beautiful lakes and in deep forest locations. From the shores of The Great Lakes, to deep woods remote campsites, you should have no trouble finding a great RV camping location just right for you and your family. Below are links to official federal, state, and community public RV camping information, private RV parks, official state tourism information, and tips on finding free camping locations in Michigan.
Michigan RV Parks and Campgrounds
Federal RV Camping Information
State RV Camping Information
RV Camping Reservations
Michigan RV Dump Stations
Public Michigan RV Campground Locations
The following are only a few examples of the many great Michigan RV camping locations available.
Alpena County offers short term and extended stay RV camping at three campground areas. Their website lists the amenities, price, and location of these three fine community campgrounds.
The US Forest Service has many developed campgrounds in their managed forests in Michigan. The Black River Campground is a single loop located on a bluff above Lake Superior. 39 campsites include RV dump station and potable water at non site specific locations.
Sunrise Lake State Forest has 17 first come first serve campsites for tent and small RV use. Good trout fishing, hiking access, and a nearby off-road vehicle trail are located near this rustic campground that includes vault toilets and potable water from a well hand pump.
Located along the shores of Lake Superior, Pictured Rocks National Seashore offers first come first serve camping at three campgrounds. No reservations accepted, and early arrival is suggested during peak season.
Pinckney State Recreation Area offers over 200 campsites from rustic to electric service equipped RV pads. Fishing, hiking and biking are popular activities.
Over 200 campsites ideal for RV camping can be found at Van Buren State Park. Modern style
campsites with electrical service, and modern restrooms. Some campsites have 50 amp service.