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Old Channel Trail Campsite

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2 reviews
· Montague, Michigan
1 acre
1 site
1 Caravan
Enjoy the quiet, wooded backyard with fire pit, grill and large deck. Camper / RV will be in the front driveway with use of deck and rocking chairs. Great location to walk, bike or drive to a more secluded Lake Michigan beach. Public bathroom are available at the Medbury Pier and a historical restaurant is located just down the road if you don't feel like cooking.  Learn more about this land: Park in our driveway and take advantage of the backyard fire pit, deck and gas or charcoal grill. Campers can connect to electric and hose water. Campers must use their own bathroom and there's no access to the cottage.
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Montague, Michigan, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Jen B.Joined in July 2020
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Susan J.recommends
May 31, 2022
Camper / RV site by Lake Michigan
Sweet Spot
One word for the backyard space is “sweet”. There was everything we could need, and it felt spacious and yet cozy. It would be a great place to set up a tent, but as we had a tiny camper, we slept parked in the driveway. Road was pretty noisy, but quieted down at dark and was quiet through the night. This is a great spot!
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Tracy P.recommends
October 10, 2021
Camper / RV site by Lake Michigan
Our stay was awesome! Loved the back yard for grilling, a bonfire and enjoyed eating at the little 2 seater area under the overhang when it rained. The outdoor lighting is very nicely done. The front porch was great for sitting even if it rained. Montage is a cute little town to visit and could walk to the beach from this place.
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