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Just north of the Michigan-Indiana border sits the Green Valley Campground near Sturgis, MI. With a plethora of sites ready for you and your RV rental, you will get to enjoy the perfect middle ground for exploring the Great Lakes region. Whether you plan to go lake-hopping throughout the Midwest, go searching for the hidden gems of the area, or enjoy the unique prairie landscapes, there is plenty to explore and learn.
When you rent an RV near Sturgis, you can pull into one of the campsites at Green Valley Campground. You’ll be able to set up your RV rental with electric and water hookups, and there's a dump station on-site. A restroom and shower house facility is also located on the property, along with outhouses scattered throughout the RV park. And when it comes time to wash some camping clothes, there is a laundry facility on-site for you to use, too.
After your day of exploring south-central Michigan, you come back to your home-away-from-home at Green Valley and enjoy the various amenities. You can relax at the pool, play a friendly game of miniature golf or basketball with your travel companions, or try your hand at some fishing. With so many options and ways to play the day away, you are sure to create many memories while camping at Green Valley Campground.
Just a quick trip down the road from Green Valley and over the border into Indiana sits Pokagon State Park in Angola. One of the oldest state parks in Indiana, Pokagon State Park also beautifully preserves the work that the Civilian Conservation Corps put into the land, such as log cabins and stone houses. You can view the various structures as you explore the park by traversing the hiking trails. The trails are well suited for hikers of different expertise. So whether you’re looking for an easy stroll through the forest or something a little more hilly, you can find the perfect trail for you.
To experience Michigan's true rugged terrain when you book an RV in St. Joseph County, you can venture to nearby Coldwater Lake State Park. The fairly undeveloped land sits on the shores of Coldwater Lake. Whether you want to trek the trails, enjoy some shore fishing at the lake, or try your luck at wildlife viewing, there is plenty to enjoy at this little oasis.
For a great day trip, you can head south of the RV campgrounds to Chain O’Lakes State Park in Albion. With nine connected lakes linked throughout the park, Chain O’Lakes is a great destination for water lovers. You can rent a canoe or kayak and travel through the riverways and lakes. If you can get access to a motorized boat, you can travel to the more secluded regions of the park and enjoy some relatively undisturbed fishing opportunities. If you’d rather stay on dry ground and admire the water from a distance, you can explore the 23 miles of hiking trails that wind through the forest. If you’re traveling during the winter, many of the trails are converted to cross-country skiing trails, so you can continue to explore this wonderland.
If you didn’t see enough wildlife while out and about, you can visit the animal park and petting zoo near Shipshewana. At the animal park, you can get close and personal with both domestic and exotic animals. Sign up for a safari-style wagon ride and view the antelope, zebras, and longhorn. You can also feed some monkeys, ostriches, and reindeer.
Those who enjoy bargain hunting will appreciate a day spent at the Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market. With antique auctions happening most weeks, you can get caught up in the excitement of the showroom. Or instead, you can browse the booths and meet local vendors as you search for souvenirs and gifts.
For something unique, the nearby Krider World’s Fair Gardens features a dazzling and relaxing environment for all to enjoy. The garden was originally designed for the 1933-1934 World's Fair. It was redesigned at this garden and showcases the many crowning points, such as the waterfall, windmill, and reflecting pool. You can stroll around the gardens, marvel at the toadstool sculptures, and leave the real world behind at this whimsical site.
During your Sturgis RV rental vacation, you might need to restock and refuel along the way. There are several gas stations and grocery stores within easy reach of Green Valley Campground where you can get what you need.
Michigan is the country’s leading producer of tart cherries. These delicious cherries are what make a cherry pie taste so sweet. So, when you travel along the country roads of Michigan, make sure to find a local diner and treat yourself to a delicious slice of cherry pie.