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About 60 miles southeast of Battle Creek sits the small town of Hillsdale, Michigan. This area was well-populated by Native Americans for centuries due to its fertile soil, rolling hills, and quick access to numerous local lakes. One of the biggest lakes, Baw Beese Lake, is named after a chief who was in charge of a local tribe. In the 1800s, European settlers arrived and forced the Native Americans out of the area and staked claim to the land.

Hillsdale is the county seat of Hillsdale County, and is a community geared around lake access; Baw Beese Lake is a popular destination for fun and recreation. The picturesque views remain the same for the most part, as residents made efforts to preserve it over the centuries. If you're looking to spend a beautiful vacation in Michigan, book an RV in Hillsdale and get ready for an adventure that you won't forget.

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The Great Outdoors of Hillsdale

Drive the Hillsdale RV rental only a couple of miles south of town when you're looking to spend a day on the water. Baw Beese Lake provides lots of opportunities for recreation, with summer activities including swimming the day away, fishing from a boat or dock, and setting up a picnic at one of the tables. You can also head over to the surrounding hills if you'd like to admire beautiful views that are unique to the area.

Another great place to cool off is 20 miles east of Hillsdale. Lake Hudson Recreation Area is an excellent place to visit with the Hillsdale RV rental and offers a vast array of water activities, like swimming, jet skiing, and fishing. You can also bring the boat along or sunbathe on the shores. Hunting is popular in the area during certain times of the year, so call ahead if you plan to participate. Boat and canoe rentals can be found at different points around the lake, so splash in, paddle around, and discover the jaw-dropping scenery.

Are you looking for some fun in the snow? Michigan morphs into an entirely new environment when things start to cool down in the winter months. Rent an RV in Hillsdale and head about an hour's drive northeast to Chelsea, where you can find the Waterloo State Recreation Area. During the summer, you'll find crystal clear creeks to fish from and lots of hills to hike. The winter presents the perfect atmosphere for snowboarding, sledding, skiing, and snowball fights. Marked trails can be found year-round, so bring those walking sticks if you're up for a challenge.

RV Parks Near Hillsdale

When you're ready to find a place to park the travel trailer rental near Hillsdale, you'll have a few options. The Gateway Park Campground sits on the outer edge of town and has sites with full hookups. They offer daily and weekly rates and sites are available with back-in or pull-through access. There is access to cable TV at most of the sites, as well as high-speed Wi-Fi. The swimming pool and nearby lake both offer swimming opportunities, and the lake is also full of fish.

If Baw Beese Lake was a hit, Six Lakes Campground is worth considering, located near the lake's western shore. Daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal rates are available. You'll find many different amenities at the campground, including full hookups for the Hillsdale motorhome rental, high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the grounds, and hot showers. Since it's right on Boot Lake, you can also enjoy water activities like swimming, fishing, and sunbathing.

City Life Around Hillsdale

Hillsdale isn't the biggest town in Michigan, but it's far from the smallest. You'll have no problem finding all of the modern day conveniences that you might need during your road trip. Gas stations to fill up the rig or towing vehicle, grocery stores to fill up the pantry and fridge, and several places to stop and grab a bite to eat can easily be located throughout the town. With lake access and all of those amenities, Hillsdale provides quite a bit for a city off the beaten path.

Ready for an afternoon on a golf course? Head a few miles north to the small community of Jonesville, and you'll find a nine-hole course to enjoy a relaxing day on the green. To keep things interesting, there are several dips and raises, tree lines, and other challenging terrains. Cart rentals are available, or you can walk the course as you play.

For insight into some the area's unique history, consider a visit to Jackson where you can find the infamous Cell Block 7 Museum. Spend some time exploring the inside of the cells to gain a prisoner's perspective, and learn more about the history of the storied spot. This prison museum is more than just a bit of history; it's also still an active facility.

Hillsdale is filled with excitement around every corner. Whether you're looking for a place to cool off, an adventurous skiing excursion, or a place to blow off some steam and golf the day away, this beautiful community is a great spot to rent an RV.

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