Auburn Hills/Holly Koa
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.
Sylvan Glen Golf Course
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!
Belle Isle Park
A state island park with over 982-acres located on the Detroit River, between the United States and Canada. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the US, and has much to offer. Walk the trails observe the wild life, play golf, visit the aquarium or the conservatory, check out the boat and yacht club. Swim at the half mile beach.
Baseball fans will have a great time in this stadium watching the Detroit Tigers and other teams, but there?s something for everyone. A Ferris wheel, a large water fountain in center field that is synced to music, a pedestrian museum located on the main concourse.
University of Michigan
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.
Wayne County Fairgrounds and RV Park
Located close to grocery stores, restaurants and close to popular attractions such as the Ford Museum, Lake Eerie, Detroit Zoo, and the Huron Clinton Metro Parks, amongst others. Since it's on fair grounds it's likely you will see circus performers practicing their art. Within the park there is a community garden that visitors are allowed to use. Easy access in your RV rental.
Pinckney Recreation Area
Pinckney Recreation Area is a paradise for backpackers, mountain bikers, anglers and other recreation enthusiasts. Pinckney is known for its extensive trail system and chain of excellent fishing lakes. Over forty miles of multi-use trail with remote campsites afford a backcountry experience. The area also includes a designated camping area perfect for your RV rental trip at Bruin Lake Campgorund.
Wayne County Fairgrounds and RV Park
The Wayne County Fairgrounds & RV Park in Taylor, Michigan, is very conveniently located for exploring the greater Detroit and Dearborn areas, and is probably the closest campground to Detroit and its western suburbs. Just a short hop from the interstate, the park offers gravel roads that lead to level pull throughs and grass back-in sites with full hookups and good Verizon signal, in a pet friendly environment. The absence of trees allows for great satellite reception, and free wifi is available. Although the park is really quiet, it is not so much a destination campground as there is no pool or playground, but it serves really well for events and rallies because of the ideal proximity to many facilities, and the Detroit Metro area in general. Some of the nearby attractions include the Greenfield Village & Henry Ford Museum, IMAX Theater, Belleville Lake, Huron Clinton Metro Parks, Yankee Air Museum, Detroit Zoo, and the Detroit Metro Airport.