With lakes and forests covering two-thirds of the state, Michigan is a camper’s paradise.
Whether you’re a lakeside beach lover, backcountry hiker, or an off-the-beaten-track road-tripper—Michigan has the wild landscapes to match any outdoor adventure you can dream up. Glamping options are as varied as the scenery, and you can camp out in a luxury bell tent, sleep in a vintage airstream, or escape to a cozy treehouse in the woods. Glampers not only get to combine classic camping with home comforts—like cooking up some s’mores on the campfire before retiring to a plush king-size bed—but many glampsites are open year-round. Which means you can check into a beach hut right on the sandy shores of Lake Huron in summer, sleep in a heated yurt in the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park and go snowshoeing in the Porkies, or enjoy stargazing in the Port Crescent State Park, where you can rent a geodesic dome or camper cottage.
In Michigan, glamping is a type of outdoor stay combining camping's nature setting with the luxury and convenience of comforts like beds, warm showers, or electricity. When glamping in Michigan, there's no need to bring your own tent—instead, glampers may stay the night in a cabin, a vintage Airstream, a canvas bell tent, a yurt, or even a treehouse.