Auburn Hills / Holly KOA

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All towables


Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.


All other types of drivable vehicles.


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Discover Auburn Hills / Holly KOA

Whether you’re bringing your family with you in your RV rental or not, you definitely will not regret camping at Auburn Hills / Holly KOA - especially during the summer (May to September). Can you think of any other place with a swimming pool, fire truck ride, and a jumping pillow; all in one establishment? And that’s not all; you can also go rock climbing, play laser tag, and both bowl and watch a movie outdoors; there’s also a bistro with pizza, sundaes, and bubble tea. If that's not what you want, check if the on-site store is stocking your snack of choice.

When RV camping at Auburn Hills / Holly KOA, you can choose between gravel and grass sites, and for your motorhome rental, 50 is the maximum amp. If you want to show your loved ones back home exactly how amazing RV camping is, there’s Wi-Fi for that phone or Skype call, and cable TV if you get bored. You most likely won’t, not with your own fire ring. This great RV park is also pet-friendly, as long as you let them know in advance.

However much you wish to, it’d be a shame to spend all your time at the campground, so hop into that camper rental and hit the road. The adorable and charming village of Holly is just around the corner, and there are many county parks and recreation areas nearby - Holly has one. You can also visit Bavaria, wait, no, Frankenmuth, and the DTE Energy Music Theatre (it’s an amphitheater) will provide you with all the live music you could wish for. Aren’t you happy you chose Auburn Hills / Holly KOA as a temporary home for your Holly camper rental?

The Great Outdoors

You don’t have to wander far from that fun RV park in Holly to get to experience the stunning rolling woodlands and open fields of Michigan, because Holly Recreation Area is almost within walking distance. In the fantastic nature, you can hike, go mountain biking, or relax with some fishing in one of the three lakes. There are also two RV campgrounds in the area, and if you happen to be visiting during the winter, check out Mt Holly Ski & Snowboard Resort. If you’re more of a cross-country skier, you can do both that and snowmobiling in the recreation area. Hooray for so many choices!

Since it would be a shame not to get a glimpse of a Great Lake when in the area, you kind of have to visit Lake Huron. Once you’ve packed everything you need and put it in your motorhome rental at Auburn Hills / Holly KOA, you’ll be at the lakeshore in a jiff. It’s just under 90 miles to Lakeport State Park, where there’s access to the beach and the lake, and has many a site for your campervan rental.

If you were a bit disappointed that you couldn’t properly see any of the water creatures living in Lake Huron, you’re going to be thrilled to hear about Sea Life Michigan. At this lovely, fascinating establishment, you’ll not only learn all there is to know about everything from the freshwater lakes of Michigan to the depth of the ocean, but you’ll see it too. Study green moray eels, say hi to rays, and admire seahorses; you can also get a combination ticket that includes Legoland Discovery Center. It’s not as outdoorsy, but oh-so-fun!

Exploring the Area

Do you, by any chance, wish that you could book an RV in Oakland County not today, but yesteryear? What if you could have a combination of the two instead? That can happen if you pay Crossroads Village and Huckleberry Railroad a visit because in this charming place, just outside of Flint, time has been turned back and you can see and take a ride on the old trains. There’s also smithing of iron, churning of butter, and pressing of cider - if you get hungry, you can stop by the Fenton farmers market on your way back to the Auburn Hills / Holly KOA RV park for some tasty local treats.

For any history buffs looking to go even farther back, try to do your RV camping in late August or September; that’s when the Michigan Renaissance Festival takes place, only minutes from your travel trailer rental at Auburn Hills / Holly KOA. They have themed weekends, delicious feasts, and so many things to see from many different historical periods. If you have a glorious beard or mustache, don’t miss out on the chance of winning a prize for it on the Viking weekend.

And now time for museums - it’s a great place to stay even if you’re not into history, promise. There’s a lot of shopping to do, for example, but the museums are cool too. Consider checking out The Sloan Museum, packed with local history, or The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, or Flint Institute of Arts, one of the largest art museums in the state. If you’re going to visit all of these, you’re going to need to fuel up your RV rental, and there are plenty of gas stations in the area.

Deciding to camp in an RV near Holly might turn out to be the best decision you’ve made all year - so what are you waiting for?

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Holdridge Lakes Loops, MIHolly State Recreation Area, MI
  • Wilderness Trail, MIHolly Recreation Area, MI
  • Holly Recreation Area Trail, MIHolly Recreation Area, MI
  • Seven Lakes Green Trail, MIFenton, MI
  • Seven Lakes State Park Trail, MIFenton, MI
  • Library Trail, MIGrand Blanc, MI
  • Woodland Trail, MIPontiac Lake Recreation Area, MI
  • Lakeshore and Springlake Trails, MIClarkston, MI
  • Lakeshore-Rockridge Loop Trail, MIClarkston, MI
  • Pinnacle Point Hike, MIGoodrich, MI

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