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The 20 best camping spots in Michigan.

From Great Lake access to dense and unspoiled wilderness, diversity reigns in the Michigan camping scene.

Orchard Camp
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1. Orchard Camp

100% Recommend (7 Campers)

Willoway Farm is a small scale organic vegetable and flower farm, located just 35 minutes north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It's situated upon a...

Jason
Jason: My girlfriend and I had a wonderful experience camping here for one night in May. As a couple that considers themselves on the...
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quiet time
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2. quiet time

Quiet time in northern Michigan awaits. This property is RV or tent friendly. The property has RV electrical and sewer hookups. Community well...

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From warm weather lakeside jaunts to winter sports, camping in Michigan is all about variety. Spend one weekend beneath the stars on a remote island in Lake Michigan (Isle Royale is a notable gem), and the next on a backcountry mission to some of the state's well known sand dunes. Explore the perimeter of the state and visit four of the five Great Lakes that border Michigan for Read more...
From warm weather lakeside jaunts to winter sports, camping in Michigan is all about variety. Spend one weekend beneath the stars on a remote island in Lake Michigan (Isle Royale is a notable gem), and the next on a backcountry mission to some of the state's well known sand dunes. Explore the perimeter of the state and visit four of the five Great Lakes that border Michigan for tent camping, RVs, yurts, cabins, lodges, and tipis. Head to the Upper Peninsula (known as the UP) to experience Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore with water so blue you'll swear you were in the Caribbean. Welcome to pure Michigan!
Provision Family Farms
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3. Provision Family Farms

Nestled in Manistee National Forest is a family farm. Trailheads lead to hundreds of miles of public two-track, and the woods roll between...

Bonnie
Bonnie: Fantastic experience with very welcoming hosts! :)
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Yurt Tent at Rocky Top Farms
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4. Yurt Tent at Rocky Top Farms

The Yurt Tent at Rocky Top Farms is an off- grid, on-farm (cherry orchard), camping adventure boasting hundreds acres of biking and hiking trails,...

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Tucked away in Tahquamenon Falls State Park you’ll find one of the largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi.
Pop's Pride at Rocky Top
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5. Pop's Pride at Rocky Top

Explore hundreds of magical acres of orchard, forest, wildflower meadow, and cedar swamp at Pop's Pride at Rocky Top Farms! Up north at its finest....

Hemlock Campground

6. Hemlock Campground

Who said you can’t have your jon boat in this neighborhood? Nobody! Heck bring your pontoon too. Hemlock Campground perches coyly near a...

Dotted with 129 lighthouses, Michigan is home to the longest stretch of freshwater coastline in the United States.
Mitchell Campground

7. Mitchell Campground

Located near the shores of Lake Cadillac, we expect you to roll into William Mitchell Campground in style. Just kidding—though at least brings some...

Seaton Creek Campground

8. Seaton Creek Campground

Rolling hills, dense pine forest, flowing streams–no need to pinch yourself, this place is fo’ real. Seaton Creek Campground is just a short walk...

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Visits to Mackinac Island drop you back in time to the Victorian era. Bikes and horses prevail on this car-free island.
Peterson Bridge South Campground

9. Peterson Bridge South Campground

Sitting on the Pine River, Peterson Bridge South is a quiet campground ideal for water activities. Canoes and kayaks can be rented at one of...

Red Bridge River Access Site

10. Red Bridge River Access Site

Red Bridge River Access Site gets it’s name from an old red bridge that used to mark the site. Red Bridge River Access may be down a red bridge but...

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Rich in history, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is named for the Native American Legend of Sleeping Bear.
Government Landing

11. Government Landing

Michigan is for lovers–nature lovers that is. Summer lovers enjoy swimming, boating, and fishing on the Upper Mainstee River at Government Landing...

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Back Forty Tent Camping
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12. Back Forty Tent Camping

Take a walk to a wooded area in the back of our forty acre farm. The campfire pit makes for a magical atmosphere, as you will have plenty of space...

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Sawdust Hole River Access

13. Sawdust Hole River Access

A lumper operation site in it’s former life, Sawdust Hole River Access was named after the sawdust piles the used to form from the mills. Nowadays...

Sand Lake Recreation Area

14. Sand Lake Recreation Area

Bask in sunrays, swim like the fish, and fish like they swim, and then burrow your toes in sandy beaches at Sand Lake Recreation Area’s 46-site...

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Old Grade Campground

15. Old Grade Campground

Plant and wildlife viewers rejoice! With a riverside location and National Forest System land stretching all around, the sightseeing opportunities...

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Blacksmith Bayou Access Site

16. Blacksmith Bayou Access Site

Bayous don’t just exist in Louisiana. Discover a piece of true swamp country brilliance at Blacksmith Bayou Access Site Campground. . . in...

Pine Lake Campground

17. Pine Lake Campground

Shift your speed, and camp along Pine Lake’s refreshing waters. Once you’ve set up camp, head over to the picnic area for a little toast to your...

Interlochen Green Lake Campground

18. Interlochen Green Lake Campground

If you’re serious about boating and/or fishing, Interlochen Green Lake Rustic Campground is the serious place to get ‘er done. No messing around...

Suzy
Suzy: Avoid, at all cost, the RV-accessible North Campground on Duck Lake -- it's more like an enormous parking lot at the State Fair...
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Hansen Hideaway
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19. Hansen Hideaway

Out on the back part of our 10 acres. Couple spots to set up a tent, with a frequently used bonfire spot as well. Surrounding weed overgrowth,...

Interlochen Duck Lake Campground

20. Interlochen Duck Lake Campground

Between splashing through sandy shallows on Duck Lake and wandering between shady nooks in a majestic virgin pine stand, you may find yourself...

Cynthia
Cynthia: Like all Michigan State Parks, Interlochen has a "day use fee". $9 for out of staters a day, or $31 for a year pass. Seeing as...
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