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If you’re trying to find a great RV park in Michigan, then you’ve just struck the mother lode - camping at Oscoda / Tawas KOA is just the best, so start your search for an RV in Iosco County right away. This RV campground is fantastic for families, what with all the amazingly fun activities such as a jumping pillow, banana bike rentals, gem mining, and a heated swimming pool. You can also try a jump shot, like basketball but with a trampoline. Afterward, you can go relax in the arcade or in the shade of the leafy trees. This is also an excellent place to make friends with other RV enthusiasts (or anyone, really).
Have you ever shown up at an RV campground only to find out that there’s no electricity for your dear campervan rental? That’s not a very pleasant experience, but when you park your rental motorhome at Oscoda / Tawas KOA, there’s no need to worry about any of that. This lovely park has full hookups with 50 max amp service, Wi-Fi, cable TV, and 24-hour laundry. You can also pick up anything you’ve forgotten in the camp store, and there’s a dog park, so you can bring your furry friend, too.
Whether your canine buddy has found a temporary home in your camper rental or not, you probably still want to leave the RV park at least occasionally. You can go hiking and rent a canoe nearby, and the very charming town of Oscoda is only minutes away. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out Tawas City and East Tawas, both small cities worthy of your time. Get some quality lake time at Oscoda Beach Park (don’t forget to look for the pretty lighthouses), go play some golf, or just spend some time in the lovely, relaxing, Michigan nature.
At Oscoda Beach Park, you can stroll along the beautiful boardwalk, admiring the amazing views of Lake Huron, or stay on the beach and go swimming while enjoying the sun. Is staying still for too long not your thing? Well, you can play a game of basketball, go boating, or check out the Dock Reserve, which is a historic site of a dock that's over a century old. There are also events such as arts and crafts shows and movies by the pier.
If you want to combine the greatness of Lake Huron with some recreational exercise, you can hike on trails running along the shoreline, and if you want to throw some wine and hops into the mix, then the Sunrise Side Wine and Hops Trails will suit you perfectly. Walk through the Michigan landscape, taking breaks at local wineries and breweries - there’s plenty of delicious food too. As the name suggests, this is the place to see a truly outstanding sunrise over the lake. You can be an early bird if you have to, right?
Now, the views at Iargo Springs are something different. The observation deck can be found 300 feet above the AuSable River Valley, and is open all year round - it’s also wheelchair-accessible. If you want more of an adventure, you can climb down the 294 steps to where underground springs come together, and thanks to human-made pools, form many mesmerizing waterfalls.
If you follow the AuSable River upstream (you can also drive there in your motorhome rental, obviously), you’ll find yourself at the Lumberman’s Monument, erected to honor the pioneer lumbermen who made it possible to develop the prairie states. It’s a 14-foot bronze statue, and beyond it, there’s a fantastic view of the AuSable River - you haven’t grown bored of stunning vistas yet, have you?
Good, because it's not time to leave the beautiful river quite yet: you see, it’s the home of the AuSable River Queen, a double-decker, authentic paddle-wheel riverboat. Park your travel trailer rental, pretend to be Mark Twain and spend a couple of hours relaxing on the upper deck (or in the heated lower one) while floating past views of wildlife and gorgeous scenery. There is both a snack bar and restrooms onboard, and it runs tours into the fall when the vibrant colors are breathtaking. It’s accessible for wheelchairs too.
It seems to be time to hit the beach again. Every summer at the end of June, hundreds of artists gather in Oscoda Beach Park to display and sell their work at the Art-on-the-Beach arts and crafts show, and there are also movies one night a week in the summer. You can find delicious food at the arts and crafts show, but if you’re still hungry, you can drive to Saginaw, where you can choose between all kinds of cuisines, including Asian, America, and ultimate comfort food.
Doesn’t it seem like a brilliant idea to rent a camper near Oscoda / Tawas KOA? There’s food, a Great Lake, and an amazing atmosphere; look for a campervan rental now and start planning!