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Backyard Burdickville

35 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents13 acres · Empire, MI
Nurturing the adventurous spirit through, Community, Local Food, and Live Music in Northern Michigan, Backyard Burdickville is a special place just outside of Empire, MI offering camping, Live Music, The Lively Farm, and NeighborFood Market. Visitors can explore the beauty of the Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore by day and our starry landscape by night. Our 40x50 rustic campsites offer a picnic table, and about half are equipped with Fire Pits w/ Screens. Potable water hydrants and clean, regularly serviced porta-johns are available. Sites can accommodate small campers and camper vans but are not equipped for large RVs or motorhomes. If you are looking to park your larger camper vehicle or trailer, and need electricity, let us know as we do have a few larger sites with access to standard power outlets and can accommodate a larger camper. We do not have septic hook-ups, but can help you arrange a clean out from our portajohn servicer. However, out of respect for fellow campers, we do not allow generators in our campground. We aim to be family friendly! We want you to have fun, but please respect your neighbors. Quite Hours: 10pm-7am, 11-8am on Saturdays. If you need anything while you're here, we make every effort to be available onsite in the camp office (the small camper behind the wood) daily 12-4pm, and by phone, the number will be listed at our office onsite. Please send us a message if you have any questions or need anything during your stay! Address: 3805 W Empire HWY, Empire MI, 49630
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Timberline Campground

109 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Benzonia, MI
On the cusp of Crystal Lake, where the Betsie River flows, your Timberline Campground awaits in the place where the heart of the camper glows. The go-to base camp for the expert angler and avid boater, we’re famous for trout and salmon fishing. First-time campers and seasoned explorers drop in as part of a longer Michigan expedition or stay all season. We’re a large campground and spacious, with about every conceivable configuration of RV site you can imagine. The accommodations are ample, and we’re very strategic in locating the conveniences, close and easy to get to, whether you’re driving your home, pulling it or pitching it. Our RV sites have water, electric and sewer with pull-throughs, back-ins, and buddy back-ins with 30/50-amp electric service options. We have primitive sites for tenting and a rentable cabin for those who don’t want to rough it. Whatever your camping style, you’ll have easy access to all the good stuff. Our emphasis is on providing all the recreation you could want while you’re at the campgrounds. In fact, plenty of our guests spend their vacations in our heated pools, jamming on the basketball court and hiking around the nearby Michigan beauty. With lots of storage available for boats and RVs, Timberline is the perfect home base for the whole season.
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pineleaf.

4 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Mancelona, MI
PLEASE DO NOT!! USE PARTRIDGE LANE THE ROAD IS A SAND TRAP YOU WILL GET STUCK!! MUST USE SECONDARY DRIVEWAY!! WHICH IS TO THE EAST OF PARTRIDGE LANE IN THE DIP THERE'S A SIGN THERE!! Pineleaf is a private setting in the forest with rolling hills and trails on the property. There's an abundance of wildlife consisting of, but not limited to bears, bobcats, porcupines and deer. It's a true nature lover's dream! For the rockhounds, there are Petoskey Stones, Emeralds, Opals and many other gems to enjoy finding among the trails and beaches. Our trails lead right off the property among the lakes and streams. All side x sides, ATVS, dirt bikes, kayaks, paddle boards, or fishing boats Welcome! We are located close to Torch Lake, Elk Lake, Otsego Lake, and many more! Come enjoy Lake Michigan beaches, lighthouses, parks, restaurants, casinos, and local shopping. Nearby cities include Traverse City, Petoskey, Gaylord, and Boyne City. Pineleaf has a total of 4 campsites! 3 are primitive and 1 rustic cabin with more cabins to come in the near future. The primitive sites sleep up to 15 people and 8 tents. The cabin sleeps up to 5 guests and is handicap accessible! and can also put tents near the cabin. The camp is cannabis friendly for 21+ with id and complimentary with the exception if you dont want to smoke/cunsume cannabis its optional. No alcohol allowed at the camp but you may go up town or down to The Hideaway Bar & Grill for a bite and a drink!
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Bunkhouse in the Pines

1 site · Lodging11 acres · Cedar, MI
Bunkhouse in the Pines sits under a pine tree canopy surrounded by a beautiful 11 acre forest, creek, and wetland.  It is centrally located to many attractions just minutes away: The Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore, Beaches, Fishing, Wineries, Cool Shops, Farms Stands, Kayaking, Biking/Hiking Trails, and Traverse City. Come commune with nature and enjoy the awesome and uplifting vibe of the Leelanau Peninsula for the ultimate Eco experience! The small quaint town of Cedar, located just 3 miles away, has Buntings Market, The Cedar Tavern, an ice cream shop, new coffee house, and other eclectic shops.  The bunkhouse is cozy and small (125 SQFT) and a perfect base camp for a good night sleep. It has a king size bed, small refrigerator, two fans (no air conditioning), microwave, toaster, and electric tea kettle. The outdoor private space next to the cabin includes a table and chairs, propane grill,  and a spacious campfire area. The rustic out-building has hot and cold water for the shower, double stainless sink and a counter to prepare meals on. The kitchen is appointed with two stainless steel pots, large cast iron frying pan, colander,  cooking utensils, plates, bowls, cups, silverware, can opener, and metal hot dog/marshmallow skewers for campfire. Please bring your own bath and beach towels, bug spray, and bug free firewood. Kids? Dogs? Additional Guests? You can set up your tent or pop-up camper. Smoking of tobacco products on property is generally discouraged. Thanks!
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Timber Ridge RV and Recreation Resort

256 sites · Lodging, RVs10 acres · Traverse City, MI
Timber Ridge Resort is an all-season resort, located just 8 minutes from downtown Traverse City, Michigan. Guests can enjoy camping in tents, RVs, or cabins; planning events like weddings, company meetings and retreats, athletic outings; or outdoor adventures on over 60 kilometers of Timber Ridge-groomed trails and the connecting Vasa trail system. Whether you are a warm-weather fan or a cold-weather fanatic, Timber Ridge can provide you and your family with an entertaining getaway or event experience. Explore our pages to discover all “The Ridge” has to offer. Timber Ridge Resort is an all-season (that means winter too!), family and pet-friendly resort featuring an RV park, cabins, banquet facility, lodge, and miles of gorgeously wooded trails. Guests can enjoy camping in one of our four-season cabins or in their own tent or RV. We offer full hook-ups at all of our sites! While in the park, take advantage of our heated pool, playground, dodgeball court, Jump Pad, outdoor laser tag course, or some of the other amenities we offer.
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Bark Biter Farm near Rapid River

2 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Manistee Lake, MI
This 20-acre property is surrounded by public land and is a short hike to Rapid River, which is nestled in a valley of giant cedars and white pines. The property has trails through a hardwood forest of maples, beeches and cherry trees. There is also an open meadow that boasts an abundance of wildlife. The property is secluded on a dead end two-track less than two miles from US-131 between Kalkaska and Mancelona. Torch Lake is only a 20-minute drive and Traverse City is about 45 minutes away. There is a clean porta-potty and water can be provided on request. Also, a 4-person tent can be provided. The campsite has a burn barrel, shovel and plenty of wood for late night fires. At the Raven's Nest, a cozy 12 x 16 cabin, is the perfect off-grid experience with a wood stove for winter adventures. The property is a work in progress, with a goal of it becoming an eco-retreat with updated accommodations. We hope you return for more adventures to see the progress. In the meantime, enjoy!
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Secluded Hidden Gem in Leelanau CO

1 site · LodgingNorthport, MI
When we bought our land 7 years ago, it was on old apple orchard turned vineyard. In the time since, we have put our all into it to build a home and create a forever homestead to raise our family. To us, it’s the greatest place on Earth. We absolutely love where we live and think you will too!Learn more about this land:Newly built tiny house 2 miles south of Northport. Nestled in the woods overlooking a pond and surrounded by an organic vineyard/farm. Short walk to organic winery, 5 minute drive to quaint town of Northport, 15 minutes to Leland and Fishtown, and 20 minutes to Sutton’s Bay. The tiny house sleeps 2 on a queen sized bed in loft and another 2 on a futon on main floor. All linens are included. The kitchen is equipped with refrigerator/freezer, 2 burner hot plate, electric skillet, and coffee maker. There is water in the tiny house, but there is not a toilet or shower inside. A portable restroom is located right outside.
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Rocky Top "Preserve"

2 sites · Lodging300 acres · Ellsworth, MI
Grandpa Tom started this farm in the 1970's. Rocky Top Farms is a fruit farm. We grow a lot of cherries, some peaches, blueberries, elderberries, raspberries. Rocky Top hosts disc golf tournaments, music festivals, weddings, and hosts on both Hipcamp and Airbnb. We make preserves, fruit butters and salsa which ship all over the world, and are locally served in many hotels and restaurants.
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Kelsey's Cabin

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Bendon, MI
Looking for a sweet spot to land away from the crowds but near all the Up North fun? Check out our unique, cozy log cabin retreat on 10 acres in the North Woods. With enough amenities to make it comfortable -private hot water outdoor shower, kitchenette with basic utensils including coffee and tea pot, sitting space and wrap around front deck. Fans and heater as needed. We rent a clean, private and accessible portable toilet unit for bathroom needs. Relax, rewind and enjoy all that is nearby - hiking and biking trails, close to Crystal Lake, Sleeping Bear Dunes, the Platte and Betsie Rivers, Interlochen, Crystal Mountain, Traverse City, Empire, Frankfort and Lake Michigan. Dogs cannot be left unattended inside or outside and must be leashed for their safety. Cannabis friendly property. Open mid-May through mid-October. The cabin is part of our family homestead, there are other occupied buildings near bye; all have space and privacy.
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The Get-Away

2 sites · Lodging2 acres · Kalkaska, MI
I bought this property 30 years ago and built the cabin myself with a Hungarian friend nick-named Crash. This property was won in a poker game when it first came up for sale years ago. It is an old logging trail that goes 1 1/2 miles back in the woods - it feels like you are in the UP or Canada. Learn more about this land: The Get-A-Way had a very good summer - a few renters drove back spinning tires and tearing the drive up, but we are always motivated and just put $1200.00 into the road and dock. (See pictures.) We have a super cool site on a lake, with 2 canoes, a row boat and trolling motor, 2 batteries with a generator for your convenience. Key Word Your. You are only required to be happy and not rude. Normally there is even fire wood provided, life vests, and even instant coffee. Look at the pictures and see the propane tanks for the stoves. You will need to bring a few if you want to cook on the stoves. Please note: This is basically camping like you would in a tent but in a cabin. There is no running water - bring your own water or a water purifier. A clean port-a-potty is provided. Bring your own bedding - there is a futon and a set of bunk beds. There is an assortment of pots and pans. The cabin is not always cleaned between guests - please leave it in as good or better condition as when you arrived. Thanks!
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Grumble Pup Acres

2 sites · Lodging40 acres · Alden, MI
Private, secluded acreage, mostly wooded with a 16 by 12 foot cabin with 8 foot loft situated in the middle of a large 7 acre meadow. Beautiful views all the way around with quiet peaceful nights occasionally interrupted by the local barred owl hoots and coyote howls. Located on Swamp Road which is a seasonal road offering ample privacy but access to other seasonal roads and ORV trails. A short 10 minute drive from the town of Alden, an adorable little town situated on the world famous Torch Lake with a free public boat launch and free docks.
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Woods & Stars: For Now.

1 site · LodgingFrankfort, MI
Watch spring and summer unfold here! Close to protected lands for hiking & mountain biking. Sip fair-trade french press coffee & enjoy homemade muffins. A chance to live close to nature while remaining close to Frankfort, Elberta, beaches,& more. Guests have explored Sleeping Bear Dunes, Traverse City, Empire, etc. from here. Experience tiny house living! 125 sq ft!! A perfect place to celebrate your anniversary & birthday!Learn more about this land:We want to make sure each guest has an awesome experience so please be sure to thoroughly review the listing to make sure this is the experience you are excited about! We have another tiny house on the property. Each tiny house has its own privacy. They are located approx. 40 yards apart, separated by a piece of forest. You will have the whole tiny house to yourselves. Enjoy the hammock, relax by a bonfire, enjoy the stars. We live on the property, not far away so are available if you have any questions, etc. We have a two night minimum stay. There is a book in the house full of info on our favorites...favorite place for breakfast, favorite beach, mt. bike, etc. Other things to note: We have a french press for making coffee and provide fair-trade coffee.   I haven't been able to update the caption on our "outdoor shower-like structure"-this is a rinse station-perfect for cooling down on a hot day!  We have an indoor shower and flush toilet.  We are pet-friendly and have hosted many groups with dogs. There is a $20/per pet/per night fee, which will not be included in your total. Please leave this money before departure. We require pet owners to follow our pet policy. Inquire for a copy of it. We built our family home in the woods behind the tiny house.  When leafed out, the trees protect the view but just want to make sure you are aware of this before you arrive. Before the leaves are out, you will see the house behind the tiny house.We recently had to have some excavation work done so the area around the tiny house is in need of landscaping and time to re-grow vegetation.  I will be working on this as soon as I can but just wanted to make sure you were aware before your arrival. 
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Looking for a pet-friendly cabin camping experience near Suttons Bay, Michigan? Hipcamp has over 80 options to choose from, with reviews for top campsites like Lynx Run Wilderness Retreat (236 reviews), Harvest Village - Farmstay (95 reviews), and Hibernian Farm (75 reviews). With popular amenities like cooking equipment, trash, and campfires, and activities like wildlife watching, paddling, and whitewater paddling, you're sure to find the perfect spot for your next adventure. Prices range from $25 to an average of $80 per night.

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