Byron Center, MI
Close to Wyoming, in the Byron Center, you can find Woodchip Campground.
It has full hookup, waterfront access, and pool access. It's a great place for families to stay. There are many organized activities for children, and some unique playground equipment, including a jumping pillow. There are pedal carts to ride, and if it's your child's birthday while you are there, a party can be arranged. If you want to get out and about while you are staying here, there are 21 state parks in Wyoming, which you can explore. The Killpecker Sand Dunes in the Red Desert are spectacular and you should go and visit them. These living dunes are one of the largest in America and cover 109,000 acres. About one mile to the west of the RV Park is the Kent County Trail, which offers a paved bicycle trail system. There are also shops close to the park and in Wyoming.
Baldwin Oaks Campground
Nestled in the heart of the wilderness of Grand Rapids, Michigan is where you will find the quiet and quaint Baldwin Oaks Campground. This is an RV park that provides all of the luxuries of modern day camping with the serene sights and smells of nature. When you camp here, you will really feel as though you have left the city life behind you.
Baldwin Oaks Campground has plenty of amenities to offer guests who want a relaxing and enjoyable camping experience. This is a place that your whole family will enjoy. They offer game rooms, a laundromat, a heated pool, sports facilities, picnic areas, and more. You will get to experience the joys of camping with convenient access to downtown shopping and dining. If you plan to be in the Grand Rapids area and are looking for a natural escape from the world, this is the place to go.
Hideaway Hills Family Campground
Battle Creek, MI
Hideaway Hills Family Campground in Battle Creek, Michigan has plenty to do! There are pull-through sites, and the setting in the rolling hills makes for a very peaceful place. The sites are nicely spaced from one another and each one has a picnic table. The pool is covered, and there is a pond and playground for kids to explore. The indoor rec room will keep you busy if the weather doesn't suit you. Outdoor activities abound! Borrow a boat and try to catch some fish in the pond. Play a round of disc (Frisbee) golf, or take a walk through the woods on one of the hiking trails. Hideaway Hills is just far enough out of town to be quiet, and enjoy the sounds of the woods. Battle Creek, Michigan is the birthplace of breakfast cereal, so pour yourself a quick bowl of breakfast in the place where it all started, and get out to explore this state.
Markin Glen County Park
Previously known as the wolverine state, campers can feel a little safer now when stopping in at one of the RV parks in Michigan as this fearsome creature (or brilliant actor) has moved on to more suitable territory. Those who wish to have a good place to rest while in Michigan will find that Markin Glen County Park in Kalamazoo is the ideal fit. The 38 modern campsites are large and comfortable and provide campers with electric, water, and sewer hookups. Guests will also be able to make use of the modern restrooms and showers on the facility. The campsites include a picnic table and fire ring, and the park sells firewood to ensure those camp stories never have to run out. The park features stunning views of the lake and kids have their very own modern playground. Hiking trails and picnic spots abound in the area, making it the perfect fit for an outdoorsy family.