RV Parks in Petosky, Michigan

RV Parks in Petosky, Michigan
The city of Petoskey in Northern Michigan lies on Lake Michigan near both Walloon Lake and lake Charlevoix. The city is also surrounded by five state parks that offer a variety of hiking and biking trails. Visit Lake Michigan during your stay and look for a Petoskey stone, the town's namesake. These speckled stones are actually fossilized coral and may be more than 350 million years old.

Magnus Municipal Park

The Magnus Municipal Park consists of 78 campsites with 36 sites including full hookups, 30 sites with only water and electrical hookups and 12 primitive sites. While the park itself has only the basics expected at any RV park such as a dump station and fire rings, it's location just off Little Traverse Bay makes a visit worthwhile. Just outside of the park visitors will discover 1,000 feet of sandy beaches, bike paths, hiking trails and picnic areas.

Magnus Municipal Park

901 W. Lake St.

Petoskey, Mi 49770



Hearthside Grove Motorcoach Resort

The Hearthside Grove Motorcoach Resort is located in Northern Petoskey on 140 acres and features more than 300 large RV lots. This luxury RV park offers long-term living arrangements and lot sales for those looking to call Petoskey home, but daily and weekly rentals are also available with advanced notice. In addition to full hookups and natural gas hookups, amenities include outdoor swimming pools, kitchen areas, laundry facilities, a fitness center, complimentary wireless Internet and a business center. The RV park also has an on-site coffee bar and a poolside bar.

Hearthside Grove Motorcoach Resort

2300 U.S. 31 N.

Petoskey, MI 49770



Petosky State Park

The Petosky State Park occupies 304 acres at the northern end of Little Traverse Bay. The park features two campgrounds suitable for RVs. The Petoskey-Dunes Modern campground has 70 sites while the Petoskey-Tannery Creek Modern campground has 98 sites. Both campgrounds offer electrical hookups and modern restrooms. This park is home to two hiking trails known as Old Baldy and the Portage Trail. Old Baldy includes a stairway that extends a half mile up a stable sand dune to a view of the bay while the Portage Trails is a two-and-a-half-mile winding trail through the park that is also used as a cross-country skiing trail during the winter months. Visitors can also enjoy biking and swimming within the park and metal detecting is permitted.

Petosky State Park

2475 M-119 Highway

Petoskey, MI 49712



Article Written By Kittie McCoy

Kittie McCoy has been a freelance writer since 2008. She is also a part-time personal trainer and licensed entertainer in Las Vegas. She enjoys sharing her love of physical fitness and experience in the entertainment industry via her writing.

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