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Oak Ridge Farm

4 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · Coleman, MI
Oak Ridge Farm is located on 80 acres in the Mid-Michigan area, halfway between Midland and Mt. Pleasant. We are in the process of creating a self-sustainable, homestead vegetable and fruit farm. Our property is quiet, and the moon and stars are amazing to see on a clear night. If you're looking for a quiet place to get away from it all, look no further! There is plenty to see and do right around our property. Lots of wildlife including; Sandhill Cranes, deer, turkeys, porcupines, geese, rabbits etc. We have a walking/hiking path that you can explore through our property as well as hundreds of acres of state land right next door! Campsites are situated around our beautiful pond where the sunrises cannot be beat. Kayaks and a row boat are available for our guests to explore the pond. The AuSable State Forest neighbors our property line and can be accessed from multiple different areas right near the property. There are many trails for horseback riding, dirt bikes, ATVs/UTVs, hiking and mountain biking. The Chippewa River is very close and many enjoy kayaking, canoeing or tubing this river. Only 18 mins away is the Pine Haven Recreation Area in Sanford. This park has 12 miles of hiking, cross country skiing and mountain biking trails. Horseback riding trails are also available at this park. Places to see and things to do: - Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort, Mt. Pleasant - Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant - Isabella County Farmers Market, Mt. Pleasant - Great Lakes Loons at Dow Diamond, Midland - Dow Gardens, Midland - Whiting Forest (Nation's Longest Canopy Walk), Midland -Midland Area Farmers Market Midland and Mt. Pleasant are each located about 20-25 mins from our property. Please note that campsites are rustic. Porta-john, hose connect water and shower house are available during seasonal times (May 1 to Oct 1). Campfire rings are located at each campsite and firewood is available to purchase. My family and I live full-time on our property. We have 3 young children and a sweet dog that loves people and other kids. On hot summer days we often join our campers at the pond to cool off! On weekends we love to work in our large garden, take care of our chickens, have a campfire, and play outside. We are so excited to host you this camping season and hope you enjoy your stay at Peaceful Pines on Oakridge Farm!
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River Daze

10 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Beaverton, MI
Campsites are all riverfront along the Tobacco River. Country feel within blocks of town. Ross Lake/Beach, the remodeled Beaverton Tavern, park, an ice cream shop and splash park are all located within a long walk or short drive. We are close to Gladwin, Ross Lake, OHV trails and the Juicy Bone. The river flows into Wixom Lake which is anticipated to be back in 2025. Sandy beach with river access . You can access the river from our canoe portage on the property. Good fishing, swimming or just hanging out. You can also canoe, kayak or tube beautiful Tobacco River or sandy Cedar River. Picnic tables and fire pits are located throughout the property. Good music, games, sing a longs. Hike through the trails to get to the the enchanted cedar forest which is all located in the campground. We have an outdoor 250 inch screen where we project movies, concerts, games, interactive dance videos. For kids and adults, everyone leaves with a smile.
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Pine Creek⛺️💫Private Hilltop Camp

3 sites · Tents25 acres · Lake Isabella, MI
Learn more about this land:Privet campsite secluded along the Pine Creek high banks. (Designated)This primitive campsite is the only site on our property so there will not be other Campers; giving you peace and solitude.  River access close to campsite. ( River trail ) Small Fire Pit. Trails for Wildlife/Bird watching,  (Please stay on the designated trails)Sunsets and Stargazing. (Woods Loop Trail )Very private on a seldom traveled dirt road.Chairs and Table, Bucket for water, and Shovel for fire safety included .No power, No Water, No Toilet, No Trash.  Leave no Trace. Our Property is home to many wildlife,  ( I am just starting to establish this location as a Campsite.  The trails are in progress so explore with caution,  working on making the campsite even more enjoyable. History- "This is an old party spot from the 70s"Thanks for Checking out the Listing.  =) 
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Ground-Groovy, Edible

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3 acres · Harrison, MI
Interestingly ,the properties history is a previous location of a locally owned and operated Strawberry Farm, once known as SHARPS .STRAWBERRY’s While the Strawberry fields are no longer apart of the Harrison community, The Sharp Family and the original Sharp Market, still, very much, are. apart of the town. The Current property owner, is a Life-Long Harrison resident, that purchased the rundown and overgrown property a few years ago, with the intent, in the very near future, to build his home, on the NorthEast Corner of Grant and Stockwell Rd. During this transition period, of the land, a beautifully, organic meadow, of brilliantly bright wildflowers, invaded the space. Which now offers majestic views, of the rising and setting sun, to a days start to end. The Rays of sunlight, cast across, the vast distances of flower tops, wavering in the summer breezes and thunderstorms. creating the perfect opportunity in bringing forth, to the people of Harrison and it’s visitors A HIP HEALING GARGEN and HeALING GRoUNDS of the botanical sorts. The Herbal Healing Garden is focused on growing all edible flower plants that can be grown in Michigan, to extract the oils of the plants , used for Medicinal, Culinary and Aroma Therapies and Healing Remedies. The Grounds, offer, Ancient Healing Practices such as Reiki, Shamanic Drumming, Journeys, Singing Sound Bowls. A chance to bring a community back TO-GATHER again :)Learn more about this land:Herbal Garden and Healing Grounds Garden: = Lavender, Sage, Mints, Eucalyptus, Bamboo, Michigan Herbs, Sunflowers…….for Oil extracts culinary, medicinal and aroma therapy, purposes Grounds= Yoga, Meditation Reiki, Reflexology,Accupuncture , Barefoot Sand Therapy, Singing-Sound Bowls…..drumming journeys, spiritual awakenings
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The Lost Oaks Campground

40 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Harrison, MI
Welcome to our family owned campground conveniently located in Harrison, MI just off 127. We offer 10 electric & 30 rustic sites. Dump station & water fill up available. Close to ATV trails & 20 lakes within 20 minutes.Learn more about this land: Welcome to our family owned campground conveniently located in Harrison, MI just off 127. We offer 10 electric & 30 rustic sites. We have beautiful wooded sites perfect for RV's, motorhomes, Travel Trailer, Fifth Wheel and tent camping. Dump station & water fill up available. Close to ORV trails and minutes from the Leota ORV Trailhead & 20 lakes within 20 minutes. 
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Sunshine Pond View

2 sites · RVs, Tents32 acres · Houghton Lake, MI
City get away
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Haus of Healing

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Harrison, MI
SOUL-SEARCHING Stand alone, Stay Alone In a Vintage House Trailer Studio Apartment Cabin Dirty Roads - Small Town Slo Local Living……..come try ya some * private access to local rivers, lakes, and trails Canoe kayak rentals and transportation available
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One-Man In, Inn

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Harrison, MI
old enclosed trailer transformed into a quaint Coffee, Bacon and Reiki Bar . During the day, locals and passer-byer’s gather around a fire pitch for their morning joe, bacon fries, and some Reiki Vibes , while sharing chitter-chatter , stories and laughter After dark, the trailer is a ONE-MAN IN, Inn Designed for those solo travelers that need to simply stretch out , for a night or two before moving along Maybe you’ll be the next one serving the morning JOE and starting the chitter chatter just for shits and giggles :) It’s all about the EXPERIENCES
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Marion Pond Campground

3 sites · RVs, Tents11 acres · Marion, MI
This property sits on 11 acres touching the middle branch river. Enjoy a 3/4 acre swimming and fishing pond with a paddle boat. Off roaders can easily get to Leota trail system or the consumers energy gravel pits with 1000 acres for your enjoyment. We have on-site luxury outhouse. Some times during the year well water is also available. There is small solar electric to charge devices. Several spots for RVs up to 40ft. Tent campsites by pond or full off grid river campsite.
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Ruffin It

3 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Prescott, MI
Learn more about this land:Privacy and freedom, In between West Branch and Tawas, you’ll be centrally located to choose from many options. Lake Huron 30 minutes away, Au Sable River 15 min away, Rifle River 10 minutes away. Hiking, canoeing, kayaking, star gazing, hunting, fishing,
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