The Village of Unionville offers four campsites each with water and electric hookups. There is a dump station available free of charge to registered campers.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
1 mile walking/biking path surrounds the Village Park.
Four public and private boat launches located within 10 miles from campground.
Located within a short drive of Saginaw Bay
Located near Saginaw Bay with miles and miles of shoreline to explore with your kayak or canoe.
6 miles away from Fish Point Wildlife Refuge.
Natural features you'll find at Unionville Village Park in Michigan.
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Perfect for quiet time!
We really enjoyed our stay! The park was quiet, the weather was beautiful, and our stay was really pleasant! So much space for walking! Thank you for a really relaxing stay!
Unionville City Park is an excellent place to stay to explore tge western coast of the Thumb. Level parking with easily accessible water and electricity hookups with nearby dump station. Beautiful paved walking trail around the park. Friendly, helpful town folks.
Reserved for 2 nights. Immediately upon arrival the site next to us was setting up and had their tow vehicles in our site. After letting them know we were in site 2, the vehicle was moved and the driver did a donut in the grass, leaving tracks in the grass. The entire time was spent listening to engine revving and individuals driving through our site. The day we were packing, we witnessed the truck take off pulling the WITH ALL TANKS OPEN!!! HE DROVE THROUGH THE PARK GRASS WITH HIS BLACK TANK DRAINING FECES. Rather than pay $5 to dump at the dump site, this individual just released it as he drove off.
It's an open field in the middle of a small park. There's power, water, and a dump station. No privacy and lots of people walking through the park. Probably fine in an RV, but a little exposed feeling in a tent. Porta potty wasn't in great shape. A decent stop on the way to the UP, but not worth staying more than a night in my opinion.
Quiet, mowed field, in town, near farmed field. Nice track around perimeter. Only 4 electric sites, with wide open, easy parking and no lines to dump. Peaceful. Bring your mosquito spray! Easy walking or biking to nearby neighborhood bar/restaurant.
Great stay. Hookups and dump station worked out great, and the park facilities are really nice. Lots of open space and walking/biking paths. We had the place to ourselves which was nice. Note that there are only 50A regular 120V/20A outlets (no 30A outlets).