Camping Michigan  by Kevin Revolinski

Camping Michigan Guide Book

by Kevin Revolinski (Falcon Guides)
Camping Michigan  by Kevin Revolinski
No other campground guidebook focuses solely on the Michigan quite like Kevin Revolinski's. Michigan offers a surprising array of quiet, out-of-the-way parks replete with lakes, rivers, rugged hills, and even rocky cliffs. Camping Michigan opens the door to these places.

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This 1,139-acre park contains 2 lakes, making the obvious draws boat- ing, swimming, and fishing. But the activities on land are even more numerous, making this a good choice for families with kids. T ...
Rochester, MI - Campgrounds
Named for the state governor and Huron County resident who signed the legislation that made Michigan state parks possible, Sleeper is very popular for its beachfront. Day-users come to swim and play v ...
Caseville, MI - Campgrounds
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Watch big freighters sail past the park on the St. Clair River, where the parallel loops of the unshaded riverfront section of campsites are located. The view across the water is Canada. But you also ...
Algonac, MI - Campgrounds
Mullett Lake, the location of this state park, lies at the center of the Inland Lakes Waterway, Michigan’s longest chain of rivers and lakes. The area seems like a nicely manicured city park, with a l ...
Cheboygan, MI - Campgrounds
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Situated on the eastern shore of Ambrose Lake, the campground has a boat ramp. The best sites, of course, are the ones located right along the lake, roughly a third of the total sites. Some sites are ...
Rose City, MI - Campgrounds
This quiet lake located amid a smattering of lakes in the area of Gwinn State Forest offers something for anglers and trail seekers alike. The lake has bluegill and a carry- in boat launch to get to t ...
Gwinn, MI - Campgrounds
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This could be just another state forest camp on a good fishing lake (never a bad thing) if it weren’t for its location. These shaded and private sites in the woods along the northwestern shore of Andr ...
Paradise, MI - Campgrounds
Just 20 minutes from Traverse City and you can be in wilderness. This campground is just inside some hilly terrain of mostly hardwoods, especially oaks. Just to the north of Arbutus Lake, which is at ...
Traverse City, MI - Campgrounds
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This city park gets quite busy for its convenience. While the camp is situ- ated on the Au Gres River, the boat launch there connects watercraft to Saginaw Bay and Lake Huron. Fishing is one of the ma ...
Au Gres, MI - Campgrounds
The Au Sable is a gorgeous river and attracts paddlers and anglers along its length as it flows east to Lake Huron. There are various spots along the way for canoe-camping, but also a few places where ...
Grayling, MI - Campgrounds
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The big boats—freighters, ore ships—make the 21-foot vertical journey between Lake Superior and Lake Huron at the Soo Locks using the St. Marys River to get from the locks to Huron’s open water. This ...
Sault Ste Marie, MI - Campgrounds
This popular campground is situated on the shore of Au Train Lake at Buck Bay and bordered to the east by Buck Creek. Sites are wooded with good shade and privacy, and each is staggered with the site ...
Munising, MI - Campgrounds
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This little lake-in-the-woods campground is as secluded as they come. Sixteen rustic sites are set up on 2 little loops in the woods, but 10 of them can fit a 40-foot RV. Three sites are walk-in. Boat ...
Atlanta, MI - Campgrounds
With nice views east out over Keweenaw Bay on Lake Superior, this state park lies right off the highway coming down out of the peninsula. While the campsites are separated from the lake by the highway ...
Baraga, MI - Campgrounds
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This county park has some nice real estate. Set right along Grand Tra- verse Bay and facing west for sunset, there are 1,200 feet of sandy beach. The sites are set back from the sand in a modestly woo ...
Bellaire, MI - Campgrounds
Ironically, the catch here at Bass Lake is typically rainbow trout. Three other lakes nearby—Big and Little Shag Lakes, Pike Lake—are also good fishing spots, all of which have boat ramps. Hikers and ...
Gwinn, MI - Campgrounds
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This rustic state forest campground offers ramp access to the lake and carry-in access on nearby Murray and Buckeye Lakes. Fishing might get you bass, perch, bluegill, or pike. The campground is acros ...
Newberry, MI - Campgrounds
Located on the Manistee River, the campground attracts anglers, pad- dlers, and nature lovers. Sites are best for tents and small trailers. The 40-foot maximum is only available on 3 sites. The North ...
Manton, MI - Campgrounds
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The park road separates the campgrounds from the lakeshore, where you can find Tobico Marsh, one of the largest surviving coastal wetlands on the Great Lakes. Birding here is notably good. The campsit ...
Bay City, MI - Campgrounds
Located on Bay Furnace of Lake Superior, about 2 miles west of the ferry crossing to Grand Island, this campground offers some fine lake views with sites shaded by tall pine. The layout facing north m ...
Christmas, MI - Campgrounds
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