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Set on a Lake Huron sand spit, Tawas Point State Park showcases the natural beauty of the Great Lake State. It lives up to its reputation as the "Cape Cod of the Midwest" and features sun-drenched beaches, grass-covered dunes, and even a historic lighthouse. The park occupies more than 180 acres and is a great place to enjoy a summer getaway and reconnect with nature. Beyond basking on the beach, spend your days exploring scenic trails, paddling on the lake, and picnicking on the foreshore.
Planning a getaway to Northern Michigan? RV rentals in Iosco County make it easy to camp by the beach at Tawas Point State Park. You're also a one-hour drive from the Tri-Cities of Saginaw, Bay City, and Midland. All are popular hubs to rent an RV near Tawas Point State Park and kickstart your "Up North" road trip.
Beaches are a major draw at Tawas Point State Park, with more than two miles of sandy shoreline to enjoy. The sheltered campground beach at Tawas Bay is always popular, luring sunseekers with warm, shallow water. On the Lake Huron side of the spit, the day-use beach features soft sand and a designated swim area. When you've had your fill of sun and sand, stretch your legs and learn about the unique freshwater ecosystem on the Tawas Point-Sandy Hook Nature Trail. The mile-and-a-half-long loop meanders along grassy sand dunes and wooden boardwalks, with interpretive plaques to read along the way. Keep an eye out for the park's famous monarch butterflies.
Perched on a grassy knoll, Tawas Point Lighthouse is one of the best-preserved Victorian lighthouses on the Great Lakes. It's been guiding ships to safety since 1876 and is a bucket list destination for maritime enthusiasts. It also offers a stunning vantage point for Lake Huron sunrises and Tawas Bay sunsets. Its location on the Lake Huron Flyway makes Tawas Point a premier destination for birders. Avian enthusiasts flock to spot more than 300 species, including rare red knot, piping plover, whimbrel, and ruddy turnstone.
Thanks to the construction of an artificial limestone reef, anglers covet Tawas Point State Park as one of the best fishing destinations in Northern Michigan. Cast a line and you could reel in perch, walleye, northern pike, brown trout, bass, coho, and chinook salmon. Cooking up your own catch of the day is one of the best RV camping experiences out there.
The Tawas Point State Park Campground enjoys a postcard-perfect setting on the shores of Lake Huron. You're just steps from Tawas Bay, which makes it easy to spend the day relaxing on the beach and cooling off in the lake. Take your pick of more than 190 sites, all featuring picnic tables and grills for enjoying your meals outdoors. Most sites are forested and promise plenty of shade and privacy from your neighbors. If you prefer more sun, consider an open site near the ponds.
Like most state park RV campgrounds in Michigan, Tawas Point offers modern bathroom blocks with flush toilets and hot showers. There's also a sanitation station for RV rentals with services onboard. Electric hookups are standard, which means you can plug in appliances, cell phones, and other essentials. You'll also find ADA accessible campsites with concrete paths and easy access to the bathrooms. Dogs are welcome, so why not book a pet-friendly RV rental and bring along the whole family on your next motorhome camping trip?
From art galleries and antique shops to boutique wineries and emerald green golf courses, the Tawas Area is a captivating corner of Northern Michigan. Enjoy a scenic drive along the River Road National Scenic Byway, admire fiery fall foliage at the Huron-Manistee National Forest, and pick your own blueberries at local farms.
The Tawas Area hosts colorful events throughout the year, including the family-oriented Tawas Point Celebration Days festival in June. It spotlights the park's American heritage and features lighthouse tours, wood carving workshops, fishing derbies, traditional music, and more. There's also the weekly Northeast Michigan Regional Farm Market in Tawas City, ideal for stocking up on fresh produce for your camp kitchen.
Need to replenish your motorhome camping supplies? East Tawas is the closest urban hub, a five-minute drive from the park. It's a great place to stock up on gas and groceries or check out the cafes, diners, and restaurants. The park is also a three-hour drive from Motor City, which makes Tawas Point popular with urbanites looking to camp in an RV near Detroit.