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Brighton is situated at the heart of Michigan’s Great Lakes region, famous for its stunning scenery. It also provides all of the modern conveniences and amenities you’ll need as a suburb of the Detroit Metropolitan Area, renowned for its arts, entertainment, and automobile heritage. Brighton’s thriving, dynamic downtown, complete with traditional farmers market further demonstrates the city’s success in combining tradition and nature with modernity and urbanization. Combine a stroll around the city’s central Mill Pond with its popular trails or take in the outdoor art exhibits while shopping downtown. As Brighton’s motto succinctly puts it: “Where Quality is a Way of Life”, you’re sure to thoroughly enjoy your vacation when you book an RV in Brighton.

Brighton is also ideally located for exploring the surrounding areas, thanks to its excellent highway connections. The Interstate 96 and US-23 junction at Brighton allows you to travel far and wide with ease. With a large number of parks and attractions to visit in your Brighton motorhome rental, the only difficulty you’ll have will be deciding where to start. Tour the Great Lakes, visit downtown Detroit, drive out to Waterloo State Recreation Center or enjoy the gastronomic delights in nearby Ann Arbor, and make your Michigan exploration adventure everything you want it to be and more with a Brighton RV rental.

The Great Outdoors

A Brighton RV rental is the ideal way to explore the Great Lakes area and to discover the beauty of the whole region up close and personal. Just minutes away, local parks and lakes offer the chance to relax and to enjoy the great outdoors. Brighton State Recreation Area is a popular choice to visit, just a couple of miles from downtown Brighton. Whether you choose to spend a few hours visiting or to camp overnight in one of the many sites in your Brighton camper rental, you’ll find plenty to see and do. The park extends over almost 4,000 acres and features several steep irregular hills with numerous lakes. The terrain is varied including open upland expanses, oak forests, and marshland. Hiking and biking are popular ways to discover the network of trails as is horseback riding; the Brighton Recreational Area Riding Stable is one of the park’s most popular destinations. In summer, hit Bishop Lake for a fun, inflatable water park complete with family activities and water slides.

Also located just outside the city, you won’t want to pass by a visit to Island Lake Recreation Area. This park offers an outstanding way to see the whole area, boasting the only hot air balloon port in the state park system. Down in the park’s 4,000 acres of lakes, open brushland, and hardwood forest there are plenty of activities to keep you entertained all vacation long. Swimming, paddling, and canoeing are all very popular over summer months. There is also a shooting range and 18 miles of hiking trails. If you enjoy cycling there are four miles of paved trails that connect with the Lyon Township Bike Trail and the Kensington Metropark trails, so you can really explore the entire area. Spend the day fishing, picnicking or simply relaxing, the park is a great place to get away from it all.

There are plenty more parks within a 30-minute drive in your Brighton travel trailer rental, including the Highland Recreation Area, which covers just short of 6,000 acres of lakes, forests, and marshes. With an extensive network of trails, you can go hiking, mountain biking, and wildlife spotting. Fishing and recreational boating are also fun ways to spend a day at one of the park’s four main lakes. In winter, there are marked cross-country skiing trails. At a similar distance, Pinckney Recreation Area covers 11,000 acres and is a great place to explore with over 40 miles of multi-use trails. Go swimming or fishing at one of the lakes, or have a picnic and rent a boat for a fun day relaxing. The park also offers an outdoor explorer program to learn about its wildlife and conservation efforts.

Take your Brighton RV rental out on the open road for a few hours and you’re in reach of a huge number of parks and historical sites, from shoreside dunes to mystical forests. Decide before you set off or go wherever the mood takes you, with a Brighton RV rental by owner vacation, it’s your call.

RV Parks

Not surprisingly with the huge choice of nearby outdoor recreational activities, you’ll have plenty of choices when it comes to parking your luxury RV rental near Brighton. Keep it simple and park nearby at Bishop Lake Campground in Brighton State Park Recreational Area. The park has electrical hookups and a dump station. Pets are allowed and there is big-rig access and pull-through sites available. Restrooms and showers are on hand and you have access to all of the park’s attractions and amenities.

If you prefer a bit more comfort, you could try Haas Lake Park, just a few miles away in your Brighton RV rental. The campground offers a range of sites, including pull-throughs and waterfront sites with full or partial hookups. There are four lakes with a swimming beach on each and shoreside fishing. The campground also sells propane and has a store, as well as laundry facilities, restrooms and all the essentials you need. A recreation room with pool table and arcade games, Wi-Fi and planned activities mean that there will be something for all of the family, even those who may not want to make the most of the great outdoors.

There are a wide variety of RV parks in the Brighton area, so you’re sure to find one that’s right for you. Whether you prefer to be close to nature or a more fun-filled, activity-packed experience, parking your Brighton travel trailer rental is sure to be one of the many highlights in your Michigan RV rental vacation.

Exploring the City

There’s plenty to see and do in Brighton, and no trip would be complete to the city without stopping to visit its vibrant downtown area. Hosting a wide variety of local offerings and stores, including a weekly traditional farmers market, Brighton is a fun, dynamic city. Shopping and restaurants are interspersed with recreational activities. Take a stroll around the central Mill Pond, view the outdoor art exhibits and enjoy the unique and individual boutique shops. Dining out downtown is a fantastic experience with a huge choice of local restaurants and bars, in a vibrant social hub with a wide range of cuisines available.

While you’re downtown, check out the CoBACH Center at the Mill Pond for historical, artistic and cultural exhibits, concerts and events. If you’re into golf try the 18-hole course at Brighton’s Huron Meadows Metropark, where you can also rent a rowboat or fish off the pier. Thrill-seekers, check out Brighton’s indoor trampoline park for a fun action-packed day out.

When you’re in Brighton check out the Green Oak Village Place, a mall and lifestyle center with a difference, where you can browse and take in the great outdoors with stops for refreshments. Brighton is home to many parks and outdoor recreational activities. Whether you spend the day fishing at one of the city’s lakes, or discover the surrounding area on horseback, or even via hot air balloon, There are plenty of entertainment opportunities to enjoy here all year round, so rent an RV in Brighton, MI, today and get ready to explore.

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