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Discover Taylor, MI

Between the cities of Ann Arbor and Detroit, is the small town of Taylor, MI. Taylor belongs to the unofficial Downriver Community which consists of 18 towns south of Detroit. This delightful suburb of Detroit is an adequate depiction of how lovely Michigan can be.

Named for President Zachary Taylor, the 12th President of the United States, Taylor was organized as a township in 1847 and later voted to become an incorporated city in 1968. Shopping centers, serene gardens, and beautiful public parks are all common features in Taylor, an old factory town that has since been revitalized to expand an ever-growing tourism industry. Interstates 94 and 75 ensure that getting to town and around Michigan is incredibly easy when you book an RV in Taylor, and there are definitely many reasons to see the Great Lake State in all of its glory.

Experience the Sites and Scenery

There are quite a few public parks in Taylor, so you can enjoy these outdoor spaces right from the get-go when you arrive in town. Heritage Park is the most noteworthy park in Taylor, with nearly everything you could hope for in an outdoor city space. A delightful fishing pond sits in the center of the park, complete with a wedding chapel and a covered bridge spanning the water. A small dock juts into the water, giving anglers a space to catch some fish. A petting zoo, sports field complex, picnic area, walking trails, and even some historic buildings make the park a fun place to spend the day.

When you rent an RV in Taylor, there are numerous parks, forests, and recreation areas near and far that you can visit. Belle Island and Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge both sit in the middle of the Detroit River. These incredible islands are loaded with native wildlife shielded from the metro areas. Belle Island Park is known for its aquarium, conservatory, music events, nature center, and Dossin Great Lakes Museum.

Picknickey State Recreation Area and Waterloo State Recreation Area are both about an hour to the west on the other side of Ann Arbor, and both are great options for camping overnight in your Taylor RV rental. Hunting, fishing, swimming, and hiking are all popular activities amidst the wooded groves and gentle rolling streams. Sleeper State Park and Port Crescent State Park can be found to the northern tip of Michigan’s “thumb”, on the shores of Lake Huron. These amazing parks provide breathtaking views of the lake and ample space for camping; the dark skies at night are incredible for stargazing due to the lack of light pollution.

Visit Huron-Manistee National Forest or Hiawatha National Forest in northern Michigan for some epic wilderness trekking, or camping in your Taylor rental RV. Isle Royale National Park is a hidden gem that is is only accessible by boat; that being said, it is a once in a lifetime chance to see the frontier along the Canadian border, undisturbed and undeveloped.

City Attractions

Taylor is not necessarily known for its abundance of attractions, but visitors will find there are still some fun things to do while in town. The Southland Center Mall is the main shopping area in town, full of local restaurants and well-known retail outlets. Midway Sports & Entertainment is great for those traveling with children or families, as it offers lots of fun activities such as go-karts, rock climbing walls, bumper cars, batting cages, mini golf, and driving ranges. Heritage Park, mentioned before, is a lovely attraction with several historic buildings like the one-room schoolhouse, the log cabin, and the Taylor Historical Museum. Lots can be learned about Taylor through the historical photographs and artifacts housed inside the museum, and the souvenir gift shop is great for buying gifts for loved ones. The Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens is a magical space fostering a love of the outdoors, art, and music. Art shows and music events are constantly being held on the garden grounds inside the many gazebos and odd structures within. Detroit is not far, so don’t be afraid to take a ride up to the “Motor City” in your Taylor rental motorhome for some interesting sights and delicious food.

Where to Park It

There is a Walmart Supercenter in the area, a convenient spot for an overnight stay. There are multiple big rig-friendly fueling stations, and lots of places to stock up on supplies for your camping outing. Additionally, there are quite a few places to bring your Taylor camper rental when you need a place to sleep. Camp Lord Willing RV Park & Campground has shaded spots to park travel trailers and motorhomes, and has fishing areas, swimming ponds, and canoe rentals. Detroit Greenfield RV Park offers beautifully manicured landscapes and a quiet, peaceful atmosphere for you to enjoy. The Wayne County Fairgrounds has an RV park for visitors to use all year round, but the best time of year to go there is probably during the Wayne County Fair. Another spot to set up camp with the Taylor luxury motorhome rental could be at Harbortown RV Resort. This resort has a camp store, mini golf course, go-kart track, in-ground pool, arcade, and ice cream shop.

RV Rentals in Taylor, MI

Taylor, MI is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Taylor. Outdoorsy's Taylor RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Taylor are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Hocking Hills State Park, Pinckney Recreation Area, McConnells Mill State Park, and Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, dumpstations, and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Pontiac Lake Recreation Area Trail White Lake Michigan
Brighton Recreation Area Loop Trails Brighton Michigan
Potawatomi Trail Unadilla Township Michigan
Maybury Singletrack Trail Northville Michigan
Highland Recreation Area Highland Michigan
Blue and Yellow Trail Loop Brighton Michigan
Stony Creek Metropark Trails Washington Michigan
Novi North Park (Tree Farm) Trail Novi Michigan
Bird Hills Trail Ann Arbor Michigan
Crooked Lake Trail Pinckney Michigan

Nearby Dumpstations

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Rest Area SB Carleton, MI 48117
Southbound, 30 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Handicap (R)

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Rest Area WB Belleville, MI 48111
Westbound, 30 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Handicap (R)

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Rest Area NB Davisburg, MI 48350
Northbound, 25 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Davisburg, MI 48350
Southbound, 25 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Southbound, 35 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area WB Casco, MI 48064
Westbound, 20 truck parking spaces - Restrooms, Picnic Table, Pets, Handicap, Pay Phones (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Canton, MI 48188
Northbound, 30 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area EB Casco, MI 48064
Eastbound, 30 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Pets, Handicap, Pay phones, Apr 2013: The drinking water from the fountain is from a well and has a very strong metallic taste. (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Clarkston, MI 48348
Southbound, 30 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area EB Chelsea, MI 48118
Eastbound, 37 truck parking spaces, Restrooms (R)

Nearby Campgrounds

Belle Isle Park

attraction Detroit, MI
A state island park with over 982-acres located on the Detroit River, between the United States and Canada. Belle Isle is the largest city-owned island park in the US, and has much to offer. Walk the trails observe the wild life, play golf, visit the aquarium or the conservatory, check out the boat and yacht club. Swim at the half mile beach.

Wayne County Fairgrounds and RV Park

campground Taylor, MI
The Wayne County Fairgrounds & RV Park in Taylor, Michigan, is very conveniently located for exploring the greater Detroit and Dearborn areas, and is probably the closest campground to Detroit and its western suburbs. Just a short hop from the interstate, the park offers gravel roads that lead to level pull throughs and grass back-in sites with full hookups and good Verizon signal, in a pet friendly environment. The absence of trees allows for great satellite reception, and free wifi is available. Although the park is really quiet, it is not so much a destination campground as there is no pool or playground, but it serves really well for events and rallies because of the ideal proximity to many facilities, and the Detroit Metro area in general. Some of the nearby attractions include the Greenfield Village & Henry Ford Museum, IMAX Theater, Belleville Lake, Huron Clinton Metro Parks, Yankee Air Museum, Detroit Zoo, and the Detroit Metro Airport.

Addison Oaks County Park

campground Leonard, MI
Addison Oaks County Park is a 1,140-acre natural oasis close to home where visitors can recreate for the day, camp under the stars or explore the park?s rich history. Campers can stay on individual sites or in group camping areas, yurts or cabins. acilities include pull-thru sites, big rig access, lake waterfront access, electric, 50 amp, WiFi, and water. Pets and tent camping is allowed as well. The park has numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation and leisure. Activities include a 20+ mile trail system for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and winter fat tire biking; swimming, boat/kayak and bike rentals, disc golf, fishing, geocaching, picnicking and group picnic shelters. A 2.4-mile connector trail connects the main park to Addison Oaks East and other nearby recreation areas. Addison Oaks is a great spot to enjoy in and of itself and for exploring this corner of Michigan.

Haas Lake Park Campground

campground Lyon Charter Township, MI
Discover your family again at this family park. With an onsite lake, game room and family fun your RV rental trip will be blast heaidng out to this destination. Close enough to get away but far enough to feel away.

Detroit Institute of Arts

attraction Detroit, MI
Providing over a century of arts and culture for the Detroit area the museum has unique exhibitions and works of art. The museum has more than 100 galleries, a 1,150-seat auditorium, a 380-seat lecture hall, and an art reference library. You can find works of art by Diego Rivera, Van Gogh, as well as a diversity of paintings, graphic arts, photography from around the world.

Pontiac Lake State Recreation Area

campground Waterford Township, MI
Pontiac Lake State Recreation Area just outside of Troy, Michigan, has an up-north wilderness feel to it, even though it isn't far from the city. The campground is set back far enough from the road to feel like you really have left it all behind. Not all sites will suit a big rig, but many will. The park has a nice well-kept beach which is accessed via a hiking trail from the campground. Sites have electricity. The park has a playground, hiking trails, and also features some of Michigan's most popular mountain biking trails. These trails are best suited for experienced and intermediate bikers. Campground showers and washrooms are kept clean. Sites have concrete pads, and some are shaded with a woodsy feel while others are open and grassy. All sites have a picnic table and fire ring. Sit on the pier and catch fish, or watch the airplanes cruise by overhead. Enjoy the sandy beach area, and cool off in the water. Pavilions in the park can be reserved for large group events.

Breakout - The Room Escape

attraction Warren, MI
Located in Warren, is the Breakout Escape Room, a thrilling, exhilarating and terrifying way to place where your wits are put to the test. There are 3 different themed rooms, where you and up to 24 others must work together to escape (maximum depends on which room you choose). Choose from the scary zombie room, the 007 style Game of Espionage, or the colorful Ringmasters Den. Each have unique challenges that are bound to test even the strongest of wills. Best thing about the breakout room is you might enter a room of strangers, but you will definitely leave with some friends. It is amazing what 60 minutes can do! This is a great family activity, and helps with team building, boosting morale and just having plain old fashioned fun. There are lots of restaurants and bars nearby, so you can re-feed after all of the activity. Or grab a cold one. It might be needed after the zombie room.

Sylvan Glen Golf Course

attraction Troy, MI
Established in 1922, Sylvan Glen Golf Course in Troy, Michigan is a traditional, tree-lined golf course. It is a fun course to play, with a few water challenges and four rows of trees, with modest elevation changes. It is a par 71 course with the front being more challenging than the back. There are plenty of opportunities to see a variety of wildlife wandering along the greens and playing in the trees. This course will suit both beginners and experienced golfers, and you can play 9 or 18 holes. The course is just challenging enough and will give you a chance to use every club in your bag. Enjoy a round of golf out here and listen for the birds in the trees. Rent a cart and take it easy as you cruise along the path. There is a golf shop right next to the putting green, and the Camp Ticonderoga restaurant offers good, large portion food in a hunting-lodge atmosphere. Enjoy your meal on the deck and take in a helping of fresh air as well!

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