RV Parks and Resorts in Petoskey, Michigan

RV Parks and Resorts in Petoskey, Michigan
Situated on the shores of northeast Lake Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay, Petoskey provides much to do for campers seeking outdoor excitement. RV parks are abundant within the city and the surrounding area, each offering visitors a choice of varying amenities and attractions. There are also many nearby parks and historical sites to entertain campers of all ages.

Petoskey KOA RV & Cabin Resort

Petoskey KOA RV & Cabin Resort offers over 100 RV campsites with options such as pull-through or non-pull-through and choices ranging from just primitive with no hook-ups to water, sewage, electric and cable hook-ups. Campers with pets can take advantage of the on-site pet park or head off-site with their animal friends to explore the many trails around Lake Michigan. Outdoor enthusiasts can indulge in boating and fishing on the lake, hiking and biking around the trails or swimming at the campground pool.



Petoskey KOA RV & Cabin Resort

1800 North U.S. Highway 31

Petoskey, MI 49770

231-347-0005

petoskeykoa.com

Hearthside Grove Motorcoach Resort

Nestled between Crooked Lake and Round Lake, and only minutes east of Lake Michigan, Hearthside Grove provides a scenic background for RV campers. The resort has several ponds scattered throughout the property, a wetland area and a creek. Featuring over 300 oversized lots to accommodate vehicles of almost any size, Hearthside Grove offers a luxury camping experience. Every campsite comes with full hook-ups, complimentary wireless Internet access and natural gas for outdoor barbecues. Campers have access to a private swimming pool, Jacuzzi and fitness center. Children can spend time at the resort's playground.



Hearthside Grove Motorcoach Resort

2400 North U.S. Highway 31

Petoskey, MI 49770

1-888-Grove88

231-347-0905‎

hearthsidegrove.com

Petoskey State Park

Camping at Petoskey State Park is offered through two different campgrounds: Petoskey-Tannery Creek Modern and Petoskey-Dunes Modern. Both campgrounds accommodate guests with RVs and the rates are comparable; however, only Tannery Creek has 50-amp electrical service and also offers inexpensive off-season rates. Campers can take advantage of modern restroom facilities at both campgrounds. The state park campgrounds are located right on the shore of Little Traverse Bay and visitors can access the lake by paths that run between the beach and the park. Two dominant trails, Old Baldy and the Portage Trail, are commonly used by cyclists and hikers, and during the winter campers can cross-country ski along the Portage Trail.



Petoskey State Park

2475 M-119 Highway

Petoskey, MI 49712

800-447-2757

231-347-2311

michigandnr.com/parksandtrails

Article Written By Jacob Hendriks

Jacob Hendriks' work has appeared in "The Western Front," "The Planet Magazine" and Trails.com. He graduated from Western Washington University with a major in international business management and a minor in Community Health. Hendriks' passion for sports nutrition and fitness, combined with experience as a personal trainer, has led him to pursue health-oriented journalism.

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