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Tucked away in Eastern Michigan in the town of Ovid, Sleepy Hollow State Park lies in close to Laingsburg and St. Johns. Sprawling over 2,678 acres the park is carpeted with prairie grasses, hardwood forests and pine trees for all to enjoy. To add on its beauty, there is a 410-acre lake is a haven for anglers and boaters. If you forgot to hook up your fishing boat to your rental RV, do not worry, there are canoe, kayaks, and boat rentals available close to the park.

Sleepy Hollow State Park offers plenty of activities for people who love the great outdoors including metal detecting, snowshoeing and an 18-hole disc golf course. Water sports activities make it popular with RV campers from and outside the city. To fully enjoy all this facility has to offer search for an RV in Clinton County and start your outdoor adventure today.

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Getting Outdoors

When you bring your rental motorhome to Sleepy Hollow State Park, the calm lake sitting at the heart of the park will capture your attention. Unpack your fishing gear and head to Lake Ovid. Lake Ovid is home to many fresh-water fish including Muskie, largemouth bass and northern pike. Black crappie, catfish, and bluegill are also in plenty.

With 16 miles of recreational trails traversing the park, the possibility of hiking and biking are astounding. The 17 miles single track mountain biking trails offer visitors a great way to interact with nature. For those interested in lake views, there is a loop trail that goes around the lake. Also, if you are an equestrian, you can bring your own horse in the travel trailer to explore the six miles of horseback riding trails inside the park.

Birding is a popular activity in Sleepy Hollow State Park. There are over 228 bird species recorded within the park. When you park your camper rental from Lansing, be sure to take a leisurely stroll along the shores of Lake Ovid. Here visitors can spot waterfowl, bluebirds, and shorebirds. For the keen birders, rare birds including Bonaparte’s gull and the nesting passerines can be spotted.

Camping at Sleepy Hollow State Park

Sleepy Hollow State Park has a nice picnic area and a wooded campground where you can park your motorhome rental for a night or two or even a week. The campground boasts of 181 modern campsites spread across two campgrounds. All sites are equipped with electric hookups. Amenities include a dump station, picnic tables, and a hot shower. Most of the sites have a good amount of privacy.

Some sites offer lakefront views while others are nestled among the pine woods. Campsites are available for reservations up to six months in advance. The best part about RV camping at Sleepy Hollow State Park is that your pets can join you provided you keep them on a leash no longer than six feet and you clean after them. In addition, there is an on-site equestrian camping section within the park.

Exploring the Area

After you have enjoyed your RV camping at Sleepy Hollow State Park to your satisfaction, take time to explore the nearby attractions. The surrounding state parks, zoo, museums, and nature preserves offer a variety of ways to enjoy the great outdoors. While in the area consider visiting Potter Park Zoo in Lansing. This is a lovely zoo where you can enrich your knowledge of animal diversity and their habitats. Being one of the oldest public zoos in Michigan, there are over 500 animals in the park’s exhibits. Be on the lookout for the many endangered species housed in the zoo including Amur tigers, black rhinos, bongos and red pandas. Peacocks, lions, penguins, and monkeys are some of the many animals found in this small zoo. In addition, there are many family-friendly activities such as camel rides, a pony ride, and a petting area.

If you are tagging kiddos along, stop by Flint Children Museum in Flint. The museum houses fun interactive exhibits to fuel kids’ imagination and creativity. Whether your little one is into music, science or outdoors there is something for every kid no matter their interest and age. Another interesting museum not too far is the Sloan Museum in Burton. This museum features hands-on exhibit related to science, travel, history, and antique cars. To help keep the kids active and entertained, there is a playground and animated animal section.

For nature enthusiasts, Brighton Recreational Area about an hour’s drive is worth visiting. Sitting on 4,947 acres of land, this is a great place to unwind in a natural setting after enjoying your RV vacation. The multi-use trails are popular with hikers, cyclers, skiers and horseback riders. Looking for a quiet place to relax? The beach area along the crystal clear waters of Bishop Lake won’t disappoint.

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