The Oaks Campground

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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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The Oaks Campground is a riverside campground in central Michigan, which is perfect for exploring the best the state has to offer. This well-equipped RV park has some fun onsite entertainment, including mini-golf, volleyball, and classic campground games such as horseshoes. There's also lots for kids to do, with a playground and game room to enjoy. As well as these on-site amenities, Munith campers can take advantage of some of the local natural wonders, with a nearby swimming pond as well as Portage Lake, which is ideal for fishing and boating. The Oaks allows pets, and there's even a dog park area where your four-legged friend can roam.

Campers will have plenty of resources available during their stay at The Oaks Campground. This spacious campground has over 200 grass sites for use, which come with electric and water hookups that support 20/30/50 amp electrics. Some sites provide pull-through access for easy parking. There are some home comforts available, including a dump station, restrooms, and showers.

When you book an RV in Jackson County, you'll be well-positioned to explore the best of Michigan. The nearest city of Jackson is a nice size and provides some excellent attractions and cozy restaurants. If you're looking to see more of Michigan, Ann Arbor and Detroit are less than a 90-minute drive away and offer everything you could want from bustling big cities. If you want to stay away from civilization, The Oaks Campground is surrounded by woodlands and wilderness, and campers will be within driving distance of the sublime Lake Erie.

The Great Outdoors

There are several nearby state parks worth visiting during your trip with an RV rental near Jackson. Hayes State Park is one of the best around and is located in the scenic Irish Hills region of Michigan. This park covers nearly 80 acres along Wamplers Lake. It is the perfect destination for watersports thanks to many resources provided to visitors. Anglers will have ball casting off the fishing pier, and there are two boat launches for easy access to the water. Hayes State Park has a large swimming area, which is ideal for a freshwater dip, and there are several lakeside picnic shelters where you can enjoy a scenic bite to eat. The park offers some unique activities, too, with areas designated for geocaching and metal detecting.

If you're looking for a great hiking destination, consider visiting Pinckney Recreation Area. This park is ideal for hiking and biking as it features over 40 miles of multi-use trails, which lead through lush forests and along multiple lakes. The lakes at the state park are ideal for fishing, swimming, and more. This state park is a favorite destination during the winter, as the chain of lakes at the park are perfect for ice fishing, and many of the trails are groomed for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Alternatively, you may want to visit one of Michigan's historic parks. Meridian-Baseline Historic State Park is known for its historical significance, as it is where the measurements of townships in Michigan began, meaning it was one of the first documented areas in the state. Visitors can explore the park via trails, which feature boardwalks over marshlands in a wooded environment. These trails lead to monuments that detail the significance of the park's history.

Exploring the City

When you rent an RV near Jackson, Michigan, you'll want to plan a trip to Detroit. One of Michigan's biggest cities, Detroit is full of culture and fun attractions. There are several high-class museums in Detroit, and one of the most popular is the Detroit Institute of Art. This museum contains one of the best collections of art in the country, with over 65,000 pieces spread across 100 galleries. Some of the artists highlighted in the museum's collection include Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, and John Singleton.

If you've got kids along for the motorhome rental ride, you may want to stop at the Detroit Zoo. This well-respected zoo features over 2,000 animals from 250 different species, with some amazing animals on display you may have never seen in person before. Some of the zoo's residents include red pandas, polar bears, and wolverines. As well as some interesting critters, the zoo has some attractions to keep you entertained, such as a 4-D cinema, a zoo train, and experiences where you can feed animals.

Detroit has several unique attractions, and one of the most famous is The Henry Ford Museum. This impressive museum features many essential artifacts relating to American history as preserved by famous industrialist Henry Ford. Some of the amazing relics on display at the museum include the Rosa Parks bus, Thomas Edison's laboratory, and much more.

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