Lakeport Campground

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Lakeport Campground is located within the boundaries of Lakeport State Park, in a Michigan town with the same name. The campground is situated on the southwest shore of one of the five Great Lakes, Lake Huron, on the far eastern side of Michigan. It is also found only around 10 miles from the St. Clair River, which forms the international border with Canada in this area. The large city of Detroit is located almost 75 miles to the southwest.

There are two large campgrounds within Lakeport State Park, and both offer electric hookups, bathrooms, and shower access. There is a store, on-site where groceries can be purchased, and that offers equipment rentals. It is open during the summer months and also provides concessions. There is a playground available for the kids and well. Camping with an RV in this part of the state makes it easy to reach any nearby attractions that you are interested in.

This region is quite rural and forested. Although it is a quieter part of the state, there are still several gas stations and grocery stores found within five miles of the campgrounds. If you find yourself running low on supplies, you can refill them at any of these locations. There are also a few locally-owned restaurants that dot the local area where you can grab a bit to eat. You won't have any trouble finding the accommodations you need at this family-friendly campground in eastern Michigan. It is used to visitors and knows how to make them feel welcome.

The Great Outdoors

RV camping at Lakeport Campground will make it easy to enjoy all the outdoor activities available nearby. There are several beaches found locally. These offer water access to the large lake, but they are also good for sunbathing, to enjoy a picnic lunch, or just to take a walk. You can easily view many of the large ships that frequent the lake from these locations as well.

The state park offers trails near the campgrounds. These are mostly used for hiking and biking in the summer, though they could be explored on cross-country skis during the winter months as well. The trails meander through the local forestland, offering opportunities to view local wildlife. These are also prime places to see leaf colors in the fall. Several of these trails also offer scenic views of the nearby lake.

There are all sorts of activities available on Lake Huron. Boating and fishing are prime activities to engage in here, though the park offers swimming access as well. There are multiple commercial tours, including fishing and sightseeing, that can be enjoyed here. You can even use a paddleboat to explore the waterways and wetlands that branch off the large lake or paddle along the lake's shoreline on calm days.

Exploring the Area

Book an RV in St. Clair County, and you will find yourself surrounded by all sorts of unique things to do there. The Fort Gratiot Lighthouse is in Port Huron, about 10 miles to the south of the campgrounds. It is one of the oldest lights both in the state and also throughout the entire Great Lakes. Guided tours are available at different times throughout the year. Scenic views of the lake and surrounding countryside are available from the top. Lighthouse Park, also found nearby, provides walking trails and picnic spots along the lake, as well as lake access. RV camping at these campgrounds will put any of these attractions within your reach.

There are many unique sites to see along the lakeshore. The Blue Water Bridge is known for being quite picturesque. It provides access to Canada, on I-69, over the St. Clair River. A passport will be required, of course. It can be crossed on foot as well. The Lexington State Harbor is found in that town. It offers a boardwalk, fishing access, and is a prime place for watching boats on the nearby lake. Food concessions are available here, as well.

The famous inventor, Thomas Edison, lived in Port Huron during his childhood. There are several structures dedicated to him there. The Thomas Edison Parkway Boardwalk is located under the Blue Water Bridge. It stretches for over a mile along the lakeshore. The Thomas Edison Depot Museum is also found nearby. It highlights the history of the inventor's life and the creations he designed. It is housed at an old train depot where Edison had one of his first jobs selling newspapers.

When you've been looking for a fun place to vacation, where scenic views abound, consider a campsite at Lakeport Campground. Go hiking in the nearby state park, enjoy a walk along the beach or learn the story of a famous inventor. Check out a campervan rental near here and enjoy exploring the eastern Michigan coastline!

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