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Camping on our Organic Farm

7 sites · RVs, Tents138 acres · North Branch, MI
WHAT'S NEW ON THE FARM IN 2023 This year we are expecting two foals (baby horses). One the end of April and one around the Fourth of July. We are also milking a family cow for our own milk as well. Her name is Daisy and her calfs name is Maple. Maple was born in March on the maple full moon. We do a calf share where the calf is with her mom part of the time and we are still able to milk her. Our mini horse, Annabell is now pulling a cart and giving rides! So much fun! We will have Great Pyrenees puppies from end of April through mid July. Come and spend some time with them! We also have two new additions to the farm. A pony mule, named Molly, in which I am planning to train to pull a cart and a cream colored pony, named Whinny as well, for riding. ABOUT DOREEN I’m an entrepreneur. I’m all about health and taking care of the mind, body and spirit. I’m an organic farmer, an animal nut, health coach, mindset mentor and Psych-K facilitator. I have six children and hosted three foreign exchange students. I love kids, animals (especially horses) and nature. I love anything and everything about health and personal growth and well being. ABOUT THE FARM We have a working, organic farm with a lot of animals, however, we also do crops as well. This particular farm is 138 acres with 8 acres of woods. We have working dogs, sheep, cattle, horses, a few ducks, chickens, a couple goats, a mini horse and outdoor cats on our farm. We have some super great animals. Most of which are very friendly. You never know what will be available to see on the farm when you visit. We are expecting a foal (baby horse) this summer (2021) and are already planning for another foal next summer as well. We often have puppies as well and sometimes we have to bottle feed lambs. There's never a dull moment. Our farm is unique in the way of having a very positive VIBE to it. The energy is awesome! It's really a space of tranquility and healing if you allow yourself to go there. After hosting with air bnb for a little over a year now, we decided to give this a try as well. We love hosting people and having them come to the farm and enjoy our way of life. It also helps to have a supplemental income as having and running a small family farm isn't very sustainable. Typically there's off the farm jobs to help pay for the farm life. It's a crazy equation. Small family farms are far and few between. Please support your local farmer if possible! It is greatly appreciated!
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Oak Ridge Farm

5 sites · Lodging, 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 - 1 hour from beautiful Higgins Lake - 45 minutes from Bay City - Sanford Lake restoration estimated late 2024 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! Check out our Facebook page for more info on our property: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61556605364913&mibextid=LQQJ4d
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WaterFront Saginaw Bay - All Year

1 site · RV1 acre · Fairgrove, MI
Waterfront on Quanicassee River at the mouth of Saginaw Bay. It has a lighted deck to fish from or enjoy sunsets right in front of the RV site. Great location, 5 min from Hwy 25 (East of Bay CIty {20 minutes}, Frankenmuth just 35 minutes. High Speed WiFi, Water & 50 amp Power; Sewer. No playground equipment but one of the best RV sites in Michigan (that I have found). The Quanicassee River is one of the cleanest rivers in our area. Lots of boats go out and in by the dock. There are resident eagles, ducks, geese, swans, pelicans (rare) and lots of fish.
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Wixom Lake On Anderson Dr.

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Beaverton, MI
Discover the charm of this delightful lot situated on a canal of Wixom Lake. Boasting full hookups for your convenience, this location offers a cozy retreat, with the only exception being that water access is temporarily unavailable during the winter months. Positioned near ATV trails and a scenic hiking area, outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of opportunities to explore and enjoy the natural surroundings. The convenience of being close to Midland, Michigan adds to the appeal, providing easy access to additional amenities and attractions. While the lake is anticipated to make a comeback in the next few years, in the meantime, this lot serves as an affordable and inviting camping spot for both RVs and tents. Experience the tranquility and simplicity of camping in this picturesque setting, where outdoor adventures and relaxation await. Should you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to reach out. Your perfect camping getaway is just a question away! Please bring freshwater hose, sewer hose, and 30 or 50 amp cord for hookup.
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Five Pointes West

10 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Highland Charter Township, MI
Learn more about this land: Twenty acres of rolling, open land, perfect for star gazing, with community fire pit and pavilion just steps away. Indoor restrooms for your convenience. Inquire about our fabulous event or hospitality packages! Please note that we are only taking guests on the weekends. Check-in is on Friday. Late check out on Monday a.m. can be arranged.
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Mid-Michigan Rural Getaway

1 site · RV2 acres · Alma, MI
Situated west of Highway 127 and North of Highway 46 in Alma (Gratiot County), Michigan, this peaceful and tranquil property allows you to get away from it all, but still close to everything you need. Only a 5 minute drive into Alma, a 8 minute drive to Shepherd and a 15 minute drive to Mt. Pleasant. Situated right in the middle of the state, you're no more than 2 hours drive from anything. On your way to or from "Up North"? Stop in for a night or more. Ride your bikes to Forest Hills Park (approximately 1 mile away) to watch the wildlife or hike in through the trails. Kick off your shoes and just relax or whatever your idea of fun and relaxation is. We are happy to accommodate you and your family and other pet friendly dogs.
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Camp WhistleStop

2 sites · Tents31 acres · Flint, MI
Camp WhistleStop sits on what's known locally as the "old johnson farm". It was a working farm for generations of johnson's.  They were known far and wide for their u-pick Strawberries and "Huckleberry" Blueberries.  The big barn was filled with cows and horses; most famous of which was "Showtime Sam" the Johnson's show horseLearn more about this land:This site is our hidden gem!  Secluded in the "back field" you will feel like you're all alone out here. Vehicles are permitted in the back field as weather allows may-octoberFacing west, the back field is ideally placed to take in our breathtaking sunsets.  Explore the forest, walk along the creek, become one with nature. A short drive or a nice walk to Crossroads Village and Huckleberry Railroad, Bluebell Beach, Stepping Stone Falls, Mott Lake, the Flint River Trail, biking, hiking, fishing and much more!
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Wixom Lake rustic camping

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Beaverton, MI
210’ on a canal leading to Wixom Lake. Kayak to Pontoon alley and enjoy the sandy shoreline. Stop at the local bar on the water for a burger and play volleyball. Rustic campsite on a beautiful piece of property close to bait shops, ice cream parlors, party store/ Pizzeria, Eagles club, Moose Lodge and boat launches. Swimming area with a dock to park a boat at.Learn more about this land:This campsite used to be a waterfront lot on Wixom Lake. Unfortunatley we are without water in our lake and will remain this way for roughly 5 years. This site will still be available to rent as a rustic site. No water or electric hook up. Porta John that is serviced weekly. Ice cream shop and stores are nearby. Wooded lot with amazing atmosphere. If you would like to schedule a day to look at it in advance that can be arranged.
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Deer Camp

5 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Riverdale, MI
†*************Forty Acre forested parcel on the Pine River with abundant flora and fauna . The river breaks off into a stream that meanders though the property. Wonderful place to come and get away from it all! Plenty of deer trails to explore in a beautiful forest. We are just downstream from the Vicksburg game area...Fish, Paddle, Tube or swim in our neck of the river Foragers will find an open grocery store. Come rustic camping with us.********** Mt Pleasant Casino is a hop skip and jump away. All Sports lakes in the vicinity. Amish furniture and crafts, farm fruit stands, country roads all await you.
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Looking to go camping near Chesaning, Michigan? Hipcamp has over 315 options available in this area, with accommodations ranging from tents to RVs. The average price per night is $40, with options as low as $12. If you're looking for top-rated campsites, check out Lynx Run Wilderness Retreat (236 reviews), Long Haul Flower Farm (129 reviews), and EarthColors Farm (73 reviews). Trash, pets, and potable water are popular amenities, and you can enjoy activities like wind sports, snow sports, and surfing.

Looking to go camping near Chesaning, Michigan? Hipcamp has over 315 options available in this area, with accommodations ranging from tents to RVs. The average price per night is $40, with options as low as $12. If you're looking for top-rated campsites, check out Lynx Run Wilderness Retreat (236 reviews), Long Haul Flower Farm (129 reviews), and EarthColors Farm (73 reviews). Trash, pets, and potable water are popular amenities, and you can enjoy activities like wind sports, snow sports, and surfing.

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