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Discover Ann Arbor, MI

Ann Arbor, Michigan may be best known for the school that calls this city home, the University of Michigan. However, this large Michigan city is rich with natural wonders, and is home to plenty of shopping, dining, and nightlife.

Less than an hour’s drive from Detroit, Ann Arbor is close to main arterial freeways, connecting the city to countless wonderful destinations. When you rent an RV in Ann Arbor, you’ll be just a short drive from arch-rival Michigan State’s home of Lansing, and a few hours from Chicago, Holland, and Empire (home to the awe-inspiring Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore).

The Great Outdoors

Michigan has long been known for Detroit and “Motor City”, but it has a vast richness of natural wonders, incredible hikes, amazing water activities, and scenic cruises, too. The state is massive; it could take more than 14 hours to drive from one end to the other, while passing over the infamous Mackinac Island Bridge and up through the upper peninsula. Just a two-hour drive in the Ann Arbor RV rental will land you at the incredibly photogenic and iconic Big Red Lighthouse at Holland State Park. The park sits on the shores of Lake Michigan and its soft, sandy beaches invite sunbathers and swimmers during summer and winter recreation enthusiasts during the bitter cold months of winter.

You’ll be hard-pressed to locate a tree throughout much of the lower peninsula of Michigan older than 150 years. As you can discover at the Michigan History Center in Lansing, pioneer loggers tore through the state, cutting down nearly anything and everything in their path until they reached Lake Michigan. Preservation efforts in the century and a half since has helped return Michigan to some of its former glory.

RV Parks

Cruising around Michigan in an Ann Arbor rental RV provides you with an abundance of benefits. With an RV rental in Ann Arbor, you’ll have everything you need in one place, without needing to constantly pack and unpack, or check in and check out of multiple lodging locations.

There are a handful of parks and campgrounds around Ann Arbor. KC Campgrounds is about 20 miles south of town, near Milan. Full hook-up sites are available here, and pets are welcome. Detroit Greenfield RV Park is about 15 miles east of town, near Ypsilanti, and offers lakefront recreation and sites with 50-amp electrical service.

Farther from town, there are also numerous RV parks dotting the landscape of this hand-shaped state, which means you’ll be able to drive your Ann Arbor camper rental just about anywhere and stay awhile.

Timberline Campground gets you close to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, and Clearwater Campground is a nice place to plant the Ann Arbor travel trailer rental between Detroit and Flint.

Interested in exploring the Upper Peninsula of the state or the famous Mackinac Island? Then you may want to check out Mackinaw Mill Creek Campground. Also nearby, Muskegon KOA is in a nice location for those who want to be close to Lake Michigan and some incredible salmon fishing opportunities (just make sure you obtain the proper permits and permissions before casting a line into these waters).

Exploring the City

When you book an RV in Ann Arbor, there’s no need to go very far to find some incredible city excitement. If you’re visiting with the motorhome rental in Ann Arbor during the fall, you might be able to catch a Michigan Wolverines football game. Tailgating and sitting amongst the estimated 108,000+ fans will leave an indelible impression. In town, you might also wish to spend some time along the 104-mile long Huron River Water Trail.

Ann Arbor will most often be overflowing with teens and young adults heavy-laden with backpacks scurrying along the city streets, moving from dorms and apartments to classes and back. It also boasts a number of bicycling trails, lakes, and streams to sit and enjoy a picnic lunch or simply bask in the beauty that encapsulates this great state.

A trip to Dearborn with the Ann Arbor motorhome rental will put you in touch with history at The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation. This museum is much more than just about Henry Ford and his cars. Here, you can surround yourself with history, including a flight simulator on the Wright Brothers’ first manned airplane or walk through the actual bus where Rosa Parks sparked the historic Montgomery Bus Boycott.

Whether you have a teenager about to head off to college in Ann Arbor or you simply want the experience of a lifetime centered in this amazing city, you’re sure to find the best Ann Arbor RV rental by owner to fit your needs.

RV Rentals in Ann Arbor, MI

Ann Arbor, MI is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Ann Arbor. Outdoorsy's Ann Arbor RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Ann Arbor are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Pinckney Recreation Area, Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge, and Highland Recreation Area.

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What's around Ann Arbor, MI

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Stony Creek Metropark Trails Washington Michigan
Bird Hills Trail Ann Arbor Michigan
Brighton Recreation Area Loop Trails Brighton Michigan
Maybury Singletrack Trail Northville Michigan
Novi North Park (Tree Farm) Trail Novi Michigan
Pontiac Lake Recreation Area Trail White Lake Michigan
Highland Recreation Area Highland Michigan
Potawatomi Trail Unadilla Township Michigan
Crooked Lake Trail Pinckney Michigan
Blue and Yellow Trail Loop Brighton Michigan

Nearby Campgrounds

Sylvan Glen Golf Course

attraction Troy, MI
Established in 1922, Sylvan Glen Golf Course in Troy, Michigan is a traditional, tree-lined golf course. It is a fun course to play, with a few water challenges and four rows of trees, with modest elevation changes. It is a par 71 course with the front being more challenging than the back. There are plenty of opportunities to see a variety of wildlife wandering along the greens and playing in the trees. This course will suit both beginners and experienced golfers, and you can play 9 or 18 holes. The course is just challenging enough and will give you a chance to use every club in your bag. Enjoy a round of golf out here and listen for the birds in the trees. Rent a cart and take it easy as you cruise along the path. There is a golf shop right next to the putting green, and the Camp Ticonderoga restaurant offers good, large portion food in a hunting-lodge atmosphere. Enjoy your meal on the deck and take in a helping of fresh air as well!

University of Michigan

attraction Ann Arbor, MI
The oldest University in Michigan, with over 34 million square feet to roam. You can enjoy a game at the stadium, have a bite at one of the many great restaurants or have a drink. Visit the law school to see some great architecture, there are several museums throughout campus, and many historic buildings.

Breakout - The Room Escape

attraction Warren, MI
Located in Warren, is the Breakout Escape Room, a thrilling, exhilarating and terrifying way to place where your wits are put to the test. There are 3 different themed rooms, where you and up to 24 others must work together to escape (maximum depends on which room you choose). Choose from the scary zombie room, the 007 style Game of Espionage, or the colorful Ringmasters Den. Each have unique challenges that are bound to test even the strongest of wills. Best thing about the breakout room is you might enter a room of strangers, but you will definitely leave with some friends. It is amazing what 60 minutes can do! This is a great family activity, and helps with team building, boosting morale and just having plain old fashioned fun. There are lots of restaurants and bars nearby, so you can re-feed after all of the activity. Or grab a cold one. It might be needed after the zombie room.

Auburn Hills/Holly Koa

campground Holly, MI
Located about 70 kilometers outside of Warren, Michigan, is the Auburn Hills/Holly Koa campground. This is a real destination campground, perfect for those who like to have everything at their fingertips. These grounds have been created with the RV at the fore, and there are a wide variety of sites to choose from. Back in?s, pull up?s and everything in between are catered for. Wi-Fi is nice little add on feature. Park facilities include a snack bar, swimming pool, bike rental and get this; pizza delivery. Yep, you heard right. It is the kind of campsite that you will definitely struggle to leave! The little ones are made to feel particularly special, with movies under the stars, outdoor bowling, and zip lining Koa express train rides. If you are staying on a holiday, you are in for treat. The campsite holds lots of themed weekends such as a Halloween filled spooky stay. Definitely a campground worth visiting.

Cottonwood Campground

campground Lansing, MI
Cottonwood Campground is a family owned and operated campground that has been in business for over 44 years. During that time they have developed an excellent reputation among RV campers for their friendliness, hospitality, and commitment to comfort.The Campground features over 145 sites the include 11 full hookup sites, 10 premium lake front sites, 89 water and electric sites (36 waterfront on their two ponds), and 35 primitive and rustic sites. They are a family friendly campground where everyone is welcome including family pets. The sites are very secure, peaceful, and serene. Lansing Cottonwood Campground is located at the edge of Michigan's beautiful capital city of Lansing, MI. They are located approximately 15 minutes from many sites including: The State Capitol, Michigan State University, Lansing Lugnuts Baseball Impression 5 Museum,Potter Park Zoo, Michigan's State Library & Historical Museum, Ken Hope Soccer Complex, and Several golf courses within 5 miles.

Matthaei Botanical Gardens

attraction Ann Arbor, MI
A 10,000 square-foot conservatory with many walking trails, outdoor and indoor display gardens that showcase Tudor styles, 100 native wild plants, tropical plants, labyrinths, restored prairies and more. Enjoy the hands on learning opportunities and other events.

Haas Lake Park Campground

campground Lyon Charter Township, MI
Discover your family again at this family park. With an onsite lake, game room and family fun your RV rental trip will be blast heaidng out to this destination. Close enough to get away but far enough to feel away.

Addison Oaks County Park

campground Leonard, MI
Addison Oaks County Park is a 1,140-acre natural oasis close to home where visitors can recreate for the day, camp under the stars or explore the park?s rich history. Campers can stay on individual sites or in group camping areas, yurts or cabins. acilities include pull-thru sites, big rig access, lake waterfront access, electric, 50 amp, WiFi, and water. Pets and tent camping is allowed as well. The park has numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation and leisure. Activities include a 20+ mile trail system for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and winter fat tire biking; swimming, boat/kayak and bike rentals, disc golf, fishing, geocaching, picnicking and group picnic shelters. A 2.4-mile connector trail connects the main park to Addison Oaks East and other nearby recreation areas. Addison Oaks is a great spot to enjoy in and of itself and for exploring this corner of Michigan.

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Recommendations for Ann Arbor, MI from Outdoorsy Owners

You can camp here for cheap, they have a dumping station. In August they have the Wayne County Fair -August 5th -August 11th. Animals, carnival. Good for family fun.

Jul 9, 2018

Good food, good service, Never disappointed there. Coney Island hot dogs, great salads many daily specials.

Jul 9, 2018