Michigan (MI) camping offers diverse outdoor recreation experiences. From the shores of the Great Lakes to the mountains of the Upper Peninsula--Michigan is sure to please.
Enjoy camping in the Lower Peninsula and discover Michigan's many parks. The Huron-Manistee National Forest is located here and offers campers a chance to enjoy spring-fed lakes and sand dunes up to 140 ft high. Lake activities are popular here and campers can enjoy fishing, boating, canoeing, and swimming in Michigan's many pristine lakes. Camp on Lake Erie, Lake Huron, or Lake Michigan while spending time in the Lower Peninsula.
Set up camp in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and enjoy the lakeshores of Lake Superior, as well as Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Head west and camp among scenic mountains like the Porcupine Mountains, and enjoy a campfire under a thick tree canopy. Both Hiawatha National Forest and Ottawa National Forest are located here, and offer campers a chance to enjoy multiple wilderness areas and various lakes and streams. RVs and campers can both find accommodating, family-friendly campgrounds, and there are plenty of basic tent sites to suit the minimalist camper.
Ownership: State Government (x) City: Muskegon (x)
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