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Interlochen State Park

Interlochen State Park, Michigan

Camp 101 for success: 1. A forested and fanciful campsite, 2. A watering hole built for the gods, and 3. Good company. Check, check, check, Interlochen State Park has got it all! Enjoy the one mile Read more...
Camp 101 for success: 1. A forested and fanciful campsite, 2. A watering hole built for the gods, and 3. Good company. Check, check, check, Interlochen State Park has got it all! Enjoy the one mile nature trail and take a dip in one of the two lakes in the park: Green Lake and Duck Lake. Fish for fun or good eatin’, just make sure to fish! The campground here is large and in charge, and if you’re a close knit bunch, get one of the group camps. Festivities are always better shared with those you love... to camp with.
Interlochen Duck Lake Campground
Cynthia
Cynthia: Like all Michigan State Parks, Interlochen has a "day use fee". $9 for out of staters a day, or $31...
Interlochen Green Lake Campground
Suzy
Suzy: Avoid, at all cost, the RV-accessible North Campground on Duck Lake -- it's more like an enormous...
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