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Castle Rock CamparkCastle Rock Campark
Affordable wooded sites overlooking Lake Huron and Mackinac Island. All sites have fire rings, picnic tables and are grassy. Full hook-ups, electric and water or no-service sites are available. Store, recreation room, city water, modern restrooms, hot showers, laundry and dump station.
Lakeshore Park CampgroundLakeshore Park Campground
Lakeshore Park Campground
Large rigs welcome, full hook-ups, 30/50 amp, beautiful view of Bridge and Straits, laundry, free shuttles to Mackinac Island ferries and Kewadin Casino, tenting and picnic area. Modem friendly & WIFI. Open May 1-Oct. 15. Amenities Restaurant Nearby – Pets Allowed Season: May 1 to Oct 15. Credit Cards Accepted Visa,Master Card,Discover
St. Ignace/Mackinac Island KOASt. Ignace/Mackinac Island KOA
Heated pool, pull-thrus, 50 amp, Cable TV, mini-golf, free shuttle to Mackinac Island ferry and casino. Convenience store and Laundromat. Free wireless internet.
Straits State ParkStraits State Park
Straits State Park
The park has 275 modern campsites that feature electricity, fire rings and picnic tables, and fifteen semi-modern non-electric waterfront sites. There are four modern toilet buildings with showers and two sanitation stations. We have a view of the Mackinac Bridge and are 1/2 mile from the ferries that travel to and from Mackinac Island. The Soo Locks and Tahquamenon Falls are just one hour away and the Father Marquette Memorial is located in the Straits State Park.
Check out the following list of Passport Perks businesses! Recreation Passport holders can show their vehicle registration and receive a discount or “perk” on merchandise, services and dining throughout Michigan. The Recreation Passport not only gets you these great perks, it also gives you access to Michigan’s state parks, state forest campgrounds, boat launches, trail heads and more!
Tiki Travel ParkTiki Travel Park
In St. Ignace off Business I-75, midway between exits 344A and 348. Over 100 sites for large RVs and tenters. Full hookups. Walk downtown.