RV Campgrounds in Marshall, Michigan

RV Campgrounds in Marshall, Michigan
Located near Battle Creek, Marshall, Michigan is best known for its 19th- and early 20th-century architecture. With over 850 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, it's one of the nation's largest National Historic Landmark Districts. The city is home to the American Museum of Magic (or Italiante-Gothic-Polynesian "Honolulu House"), which was built in 1860 and boasts magician's secrets from around the world, and a historic Governor's mansion built before Lansing was established as the capital. Situated near the Kalamazoo River, the city's Riverwalk is a popular attraction for boating, fishing and swimming. When traveling to Marshall in an RV, you will find several RV parks in the area from which to choose for your visit.

Tri-Lake Trails Campground

Located approximately eight minutes south of downtown Marshall, Tri-Lake Trails Campground is situated on 300 acres of virgin timber forest. It has 272 pull-through sites with 30- or 50-amp full hookups. Open May through September, the campground is near Lyon Lake, Fish Lake, Long Lake and Marshall Country Club. Hiking, biking, fishing, boating and swimming on the nearby lakes are popular activities for visitors.

Tri-Lake Trails Campground
219 Perrett Road
Marshall, MI 49068
(269) 781-2297
gocampingamerica.com/Michigan/Southwest/Trilaketrailscampground.html

Quality Camping, Inc.

Quality Camping, Inc. is located approximately 14 minutes south of Marshall. It has over 200 sites, 20 of which are oriented for satellite reception. The park is spread out on 300 acres among cornfields, and has paved roads. There are three bathhouses with shower facilities and a private boat ramp to Nottawa Lake for boating, fishing and swimming.

Quality Camping, Inc.
5775 Old Hwy 27
Marshall, MI 49068
(517) 767-4161
michigan.org/Property/Detail.aspx?m=6;1&p=G21599

Calhoun County Fairgrounds

Calhoun County Fairgrounds is the home of Michigan's oldest continuously running fair, the Calhoun County Fair, and has been at the same location since 1848. The on-site campground has 30 sites with hookups for 20- or 30-amp electric and water, and features restrooms with showers and a dump station. Visitors to the campground typically enjoy events at the Fairground including the Calhoun County Fair, Mayfaire Renaissance Festival, Cruise to the Fountain and the Bluegrass Festival.

Calhoun County Fairgrounds
720 Fair Street
Marshall, MI 49068
(269) 781-8161
michigan.org/Property/Detail.aspx?p=G9931

Article Written By A.C. Bauer

A.C. Bauer is a seasoned adventurist with explorations spanning four continents, including hiking Machu Picchu, snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef, running the Ice Age Trail and road biking out of her front door. She has written marketing materials for eight years and worked for Red Bull, Disney and Dick's Sporting Goods, and received a master's in recreation and sport science from Ohio University.

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