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Discover Grand Rapids, MI

Named after the Grand River, the city of Grand Rapids has an incredible number of things to do and see. Whether you enjoy great food, spectacular natural vistas, or just soaking in some of the local culture, Grand Rapids has you covered. Renting an RV in Grand Rapids, Michigan gives you the freedom to explore the rich landscape of one of the most gorgeous areas in the country. The art of Grand Rapids is unique and beautiful, with multiple locations to check out and get a variety of looks on this historical area. When you get tired of driving your RV for the day, take advantage of The Rapid bus system to get to the attraction of the moment. You could also visit the city of Wyoming, MI only 10 minutes away, or Muskegon, Michigan just 45 minutes down the road. Renting an RV for your travels around Grand Rapids is an extraordinary way to have a vacation that you will never forget.

The Great Outdoors

There are so many beautiful parks to check out in the Grand Rapids area full of diverse trails, a variety of vegetation, and cute critters. Whether you prefer the woods, wetlands, or riverside views, Grand Rapids has much to see a short ride away. Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park is an amazing experience. Covering 158 acres, this botanical garden features over 50 major works. After you are significantly amazed, drive over to Reed's Lake for some fishing or kayaking and catch a beautiful sunset on the water. If hiking is more your speed, Provin Trails gives you a forested area with 46 acres of trails to traverse and enjoy nature.

While Grand Rapids has a bunch of variety in destinations for your RV rental, the calling card of Grand Rapids is its collection of spectacular parks. Millenium Park is one of the biggest urban parks in the area and has beaches, boats, and multiple beautiful trails on the water. Drive your Grand Rapids RV rental over to Johnson Park for a more wide open experience where you can hike and maybe play a game of disc golf, or sled in the winter. Belknap Park is another wide open area with great views from its lookout. Fish Ladder Park gives you a completely different vibe where you can watch the fish migrate as you enjoy this piece of functional art. You could also take your RV rental over to the Ecosystem Preserve and explore the over 100 acres of natural habitats. Renting an RV in Grand Rapids is a nature lover’s dream.

RV Parks

After you finish exploring whatever is on the agenda for the day, there are many great RV parks in the area to set up as the home base for your excursions around Grand Rapids. The Allendale/West Grand Rapids KOA is a solid place to make your stay. Located 25 minutes away in Allendale, this campground has a ton of beauty and many festivals are often held nearby. Another option is the Steamboat Park Campground just a few minutes away from downtown Grand Rapids. With hospitable management, this camp offers great amenities and easy access to boating, kayaking, and even a heated pool.

As long as you have the mobility of a rental RV, you have the freedom to choose your camping spot based on what you want to see the next day. If you happen to want to see something near Cedar Springs, you can stay at Lakeside Campground. Restaurants and gas stations are close by along with local shopping and even a beach -- a great lakeside campground especially if you enjoy fishing. You could also try Baldwin Oaks Campground, 20 minutes away in the Georgetown Township. This location has beautiful campgrounds and a ridiculous amount of leisurely sporting activities. Enjoy the quiet of no nearby highways along with the convenience of nearby shopping plazas.

Explore The City

While it is very easy to spend your whole vacation driving your rental RV to the various nature parks in the area, Grand Rapids has plenty of other attractions that you will want to explore. The John Ball Zoological Garden is a great place to experience a variety of animals and vegetation. Grand Rapids also has museums for all ages and interests. Check out the Grand Rapids Public Museum, Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, and the Grand Rapids Children's Museum each for their different takes on interesting topics. If history is your calling, explore the Heritage Hill Historic District then marvel at the La Grande Vitesse, a gigantic art piece in the middle of downtown. Whether you enjoy nature, food, or entertainment Grand Rapids has a lot for any RV renter to dive into and have a great time.

RV Rentals in Grand Rapids, MI

Grand Rapids, MI is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

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

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Nearby to Grand Rapids are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Pinckney Recreation Area, Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge, Highland Recreation Area, and Ice Age National Scenic Trail.

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What's around Grand Rapids, MI

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
The Manistee River Loop Trail Brethren Michigan
Atwater Loop Trail Kalamazoo Michigan
Potawatomi Trail Unadilla Township Michigan
Chain of Lakes Pinckney Michigan
Brighton Recreation Area Loop Trails Brighton Michigan
Fort Custer Recreation Area Charleston Twp Michigan
Egypt Valley Trail Ada Michigan
Waterloo-Pinckney Recreation Hiking Trail Waterloo Twp Michigan
Warren Dunes Trail Bridgman Michigan
Crooked Lake Trail Pinckney Michigan

Nearby Campgrounds

Markin Glen County Park

campground Kalamazoo, MI
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.

Hideaway Hills Family Campground

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.

Baldwin Oaks Campground

campground Hudsonville, MI
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.

Woodchip Campground

campground 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.

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