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Lake Michigan is a very large body of water and is one of the five Great Lakes, and the only one that is situated entirely within the borders of the United States. It is bordered by the states of Michigan and Wisconsin, as well as small corners of northeast Illinois and northwest Indiana. The small region near St. Joseph, MI, which is located on the southwest corner of the lake is a great place to visit during your outdoor recreational outing.

Numerous recreational activities are offered via the lake. These include boating, swimming near its many beaches, various tours and sightseeing opportunities. Other prominent towns in the nearby area include Kalamazoo, which is around 50 miles to the east, and Michigan City, IN which is located near 40 miles to the south.

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Getting Outdoors

An RV rental near Lake Michigan will give you the chance to experience all the things there are to do on this large lake. Fishing access and picnic spots are available along its shores while boating is enjoyed on its waters. Equipment rentals are provided by local vendors. Native wildlife is frequently spotted nearby as well, including deer and waterfowl.

Warren Dunes State Park sits right along Lake Michigan. The park's main attraction is the sand dunes that rise several hundred feet above the surrounding area, providing scenic views of the nearby lakes and forests. On clear days, the large city of Chicago, IL can sometimes be spotted across the lake if you climb to the top of the largest dunes. After the hot hike, take a refreshing dip in Lake Michigan. This is also a prime area for enjoying sunsets as it faces west.

Silver Beach County Park is also found right along Lake Michigan. The park offers a beach that provides swimming access, including lifeguards. Playgrounds are available for the kids as are walking paths that snake through the park grounds and along the lakeshore. There is also a restored, historic carousel nearby that is open during the busy season.

Camping on Lake Michigan

Camping with an RV is not difficult in this area. Campsites are offered throughout the nearby region, each providing a variety of amenities.

Eden Springs Campground is in nearby Benton Harbor, around five miles east of Lake Michigan. This park is open year-round and can accommodate stays that are lengthy or short in duration. Special rates are even available for extended stays. The campsites provide full-hookups, and there are bathroom and shower facilities available on-site as well.

Campsites are also offered at Warren Dunes State Park. Swimming access, an on-site store, and bathrooms are available for guests that stay at this campground. Pets are welcome here as well. Motorhome camping near Lake Michigan makes for a great base camp to explore all the locales available nearby.

Exploring the Area

Rent a camper in Berrien County to have easy access to many activities available locally. Tours of the lake are offered through local vendors. These include fishing, sightseeing at historic, nearby places and even venturing to the locations of some shipwrecks that have occurred on the lake throughout history. An RV rental on Lake Michigan will make many of these attractions easily available.

The Curious Kids Museum is also found in St. Joseph. This museum features hands-on exhibits that are enjoyable for the young and the young at heart. It also includes a Discovery Zone, which is like a playground that offers activities such as a climbing wall and tower, a unique sandpit, and some virtual reality exhibits.

The local lighthouse is a well-known attraction. There is also a pier that runs along the lakeshore where visitors can walk and that provides fishing access. This lighthouse has received national recognition during the winter months for pictures of the ice encases it, after large waves from the lake are blown up by strong winds during winter storms.

Many cities and towns are found nearby, each offering restaurants and attractions of their own. There are truck stops and gas stations, some that even offer showers, located within five miles of the lake. There are plenty of local grocery stores where you can refill any supplies you find yourself running low on. Locally-owned restaurants that specialize in their own unique flare dot the area as well.

If you've been looking for a quiet place to relax along a very large lake, where there are activities available that everyone in the family can enjoy, consider renting a camper near Lake Michigan. Take a boat ride on the lake, ride on a historic carousel, or climb a sand dune. Look into renting an RV near here and enjoy exploring southwest Michigan.

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