List of Year Round Campgrounds in Michigan

List of Year Round Campgrounds in Michigan
Michigan is the only state that has an upper and a lower peninsula. In the upper peninsula, Yoopers flourish with a culture and language that is their very own. Michiganders take the time to point out that theirs is the only state with two built-in maps: hold your hand vertically, and you see mitten shape of the lower peninsula; hold your hand sideways, and you have a reliable map of the U.P. Michigan is also home to four of the five Great Lakes. The fall colors in northern Michigan are so gorgeous that people come from other countries to see the trees ablaze with gold, russet and crimson.

Timber Ridge RV & Recreation Resort

Timber Ridge is located in northwest Michigan and is a popular location to view the fall colors. No matter the season, Timber Ridge offers many activities and rustic locations to suit any outdoor adventurer. Take a stroll through miles of pristine forest, or pedal your way around during Timber Ridge's mountain bike weekend. Situated on Lake Michigan, Timber Ridge offers year-round tent camping, RV parking and lodge rental. In the winter, bring your skis or rent snowshoes, and enjoy the crisp, clean air. Another option is visit the Brys Estate Vineyard and Winery, where you will be welcomed warmly with a glass of award-winning wine and guided tours through the vineyard.

Timber Ridge RV & Recreation Resort
4050 Hammond Road
Traverse City, MI 49686

Outdoor Adventures at Saginaw Bay Resort

Nestled in Michigan's thumb region, approximately 130 miles north of Detroit, Saginaw Bay offers many outdoor pursuits. With its miles of coastline, eastern Michigan boasts fabulous fishing and some of the best hunting in the lower peninsula. Open all year, this resort has camping sites, lodges and space for RV parking, as well as miles of hiking trails through the Michigan wilderness.

Saginaw Bay Resort
4738 Foco Road
Standish, MI 48658

Indian Valley Campground and Canoe Livery

This year-round campground lets you test your mettle against the Thornapple and Coldwater rivers with 2- to 6-hour trips that begin or end at Indian Valley. You will feel right at home, no matter the season. Try out your back swing on one of the four excellent golf courses or just relax on the beach. When evening rolls around, take a wagon ride to see the local scenery.

Indian Valley Campground and Canoe Livery
8200 108th St.
Middleville, MI 49333
Phone: 616-891-8579
Fax: 616-891-9383

Article Written By Ruth St. James

Ruth St. James is a freelance writer as well as a produced playwright and script writer, including a documentary on religion in small societies for Discovery. As the former CFO of a consulting firm, she brings business acumen to the table, as well as expert knowledge in the fields of health and spirituality.

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