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All towables


Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.


All other types of drivable vehicles.


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Discover Harrisville Campground

Visiting the Great Lakes is always a good idea, especially if you decide on camping at Harrisville Campground. On the shores of Lake Huron, it is just the place where you can unwind and refill your energy. Travelers coming to this pet-friendly campground will find themselves in one of the oldest state parks in Michigan – Harrisville State Park. Park your rental RV at one of the beachfront sites and watch both the sunrise and the sunset reflecting on the surface of the lake. Some of the RV sites have electric hookups with 50 amp service, and there are also restrooms and a dump station.

The surrounding area seems like it was made for outdoor lovers – they can go from splashing around in the lake to meandering through the forest in no time. If you hit the road in your Harrisville camper, you will reach the shores of Lake Michigan and Lake Superior after a short ride and immerse yourself in their beauty. Those in the mood for some sightseeing can follow the road south and get to some of the largest and most interesting cities in the state. Saginaw is waiting on the banks of the river with the same name, home to the Castle Museum and the Saginaw Children’s Zoo. Crossroad Village & Huckleberry Railroad and the Flint Institute of Arts are some of the attractions of Flint, the next city you should stop by. If you don’t mind spending a couple more hours on the road, you will arrive in Detroit, aka the Motor City, attracting sightseers with the Henry Ford Museum and the Detroit Institute of Arts.

The Great Outdoors

Parking a rental motorhome at Harrisville Campground is your ticket to the beauties of the surrounding park with the same name – Harrisville State Park. Campers will be able to get from their RVs to the pleasant waters of Lake Huron in no time and go for a refreshing swim or a relaxing walk along the beach, some parts of which are pet-friendly. If you are in for a hike, follow the Cedar Run Nature Trail through the forested parts of the park. Bird watchers are in for a treat – plenty of bird species such as warblers and woodpeckers can be seen around the park. Those who come for fishing and boating will find a boat launch in nearby Harrisville. Other exciting ways to explore the park include biking and, if you come in winter, cross-country skiing.

When you opt for one of the RV rentals in Alcona County, make sure to enter the endless wilderness of Huron-Manistee National Forests. Huron National Forest is about half an hour's drive away from the campground, home to the scenic Au Sable River, a designated Wild and Scenic River. You can reach Manistee National Forest in a few hours if you hit the road in your camper rental and discover the best spots on the shore of Lake Michigan or explore the unique Nordhouse Dune Wilderness. The forests spread across almost a million acres and adventurers can find countless lakes and rivers perfect for fishing and canoeing. Hundreds of miles of hiking trails are there for the explorers coming to visit and if you want to really delve deep into the wilderness, go backpacking and experience the forest solitude.

Once you rent an RV near Harrisville Campground, there is no part of Michigan that is too far, and that includes the magical Upper Peninsula. It will surprise you with wonderful nature at every step, and one of its must-visit places is definitely Tahquamenon Falls State Park. One of the largest state parks in the state, it has at its heart the magnificent Tahquamenon River, surprising visitors with its brownish color and its powerful waterfalls, some of which you can get close to by canoeing. Most of the park is undeveloped, offering a great opportunity to disappear into the wilderness and disconnect from civilization. If you come just to unwind, find a nice picnic area and rest your eyes on the abundant vegetation of this oasis.

Exploring the Area

Even though there aren’t many big cities close to the campground, you can reach them in a couple of hours in your RV rental and visit some interesting attractions.

Art lovers should enter the Flint Institute of Arts, one of the largest art museums in the Mitten State. It features thousands of objects from different continents spanning several millennia. Visitors will find wonderful paintings and sculptures representing European and American art, and they can also attend concerts, lectures, and family events at this amazing place.

If you decide to spend the day in Saginaw, make sure to spend some time at Saginaw Children's Zoo at Celebration Square. Whether you want to see mammals, reptiles, or birds, you have come to the right place. In addition to these critters, there is a train going around the zoo and a carousel whose figures were made by volunteers. Several attractions further add to the beauty of the zoo, including the Fossil Find, the Walk-Through Aviary, and the Wetland Experience.

Detroit surely has plenty of must-visit landmarks, and one of them is definitely the Henry Ford Museum. Named after the famous automobile industrialist, it houses a great number of historical vehicles such as the Rosa Parks bus, the 1961 Lincoln Continental – John F. Kennedy’s presidential limousine, and a steam locomotive from the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad. In addition to vehicles, visitors will find Thomas Edison’s laboratory and the Wright Brother’s bicycle shop, to name just a couple of amazing features of this historic complex.

When RV camping at Harrisville Campground, you don’t have to go far to reach some cozy bars, cafes, and bistros where you can sit back and grab a tasty bite, making your trip even more relaxing.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Negwegon State Park Trail, MISpruce, MI
  • Reid Lake Loop Trail, MIBarton City, MI
  • Highbanks Trail, MITawas City, MI
  • Lumbermens Monument Trail, MIHale, MI
  • Hoist Lakes Foot Travel Area, MIBarton City, MI
  • Silver Valley Loop Trail, MIEast Tawas, MI
  • Corsair Cross Country Ski Trail, MISand Lake, MI
  • Tawas Point Via Sandy Hook Nature Trail, MITawas Point State Park, MI
  • Rifle River Loop, MIRifle River Recreation Area, MI
  • Pintail Pond Nature Trail, MIRifle River Recreation Area, MI

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