Wesleyan Woods Campground

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Wesleyan Woods Campground is located just outside the small town of Vassar in east-central Michigan. Although it's not far from several major towns and cities, it is surrounded by woods, and the Cass River runs through the campground. It is a two-hour drive from Detroit, the largest city in Michigan, as well as a two-hour drive from Grand Rapids and a 90-minute drive from Lansing. The shores of Saginaw Bay and Lake Huron are also not far from the campground.

The campsites at Wesleyan Woods Campground are available with full hookups or water and electric hookups only. There are bathhouses located throughout the park with modern restrooms and heated showers. There's also a dump station at the back of the campground. A variety of fun activities are offered too; there's a small lake for catch-and-release fishing and swimming, with a sandy beach to relax on. You can also go canoeing and kayaking in the canal.

Wesleyan Woods Campground has a playground, putt-putt, disc golf, volleyball, horseshoes, and basketball, so you'll never run out of things to do. There are also trails for hiking, biking, and ATVs. On the weekends, the campground staff operate a climbing wall, ropes course, zip line, a water slide, and a hayride.

The Great Outdoors

RV camping at Wesleyan Woods Campground puts you very close to the Vassar State Game Area, which is a popular destination for wildlife watching and hunting. In particular, this area is known for white-tailed deer, ruffed grouse, wild turkey, and woodcock hunting. There are designated sections for hunting within the game area. Be sure to check the most up-to-date hunting regulations for this area before you go. The game area is also an excellent place for bird watching. The Cass River runs through it and is a great place for canoeing. You can access the river from the campground and paddle north toward the state game area.

When you book an RV in Tuscola County, consider spending some time at the Murphy Lake State Game Area near Millington. Murphy Lake is an excellent destination for fishing, and you can find a wide variety of different types of fish. Some of the fish species here include crappie, catfish, bass, bluegill, pike, walleye, and sunfish, just to name a few. There isn't a boat launch here, so you'll need to fish from the shore. You can also go hunting in designated sections in the surrounding area.

When you go motorhome camping at Wesleyan Woods Campground, you'll be just a short drive away from the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge. It's a very popular fishing destination in this portion of Michigan and is also a favorite place for bird watching; during your visit, you may see egrets, geese, and warbler. The refuge is very important for birds migrating north at various points during the year. There is an extensive system of hiking trails within the wildlife refuge, as well as designated hunting areas. Hunting in the wildlife refuge is only allowed during certain times of the year to preserve the habitat.

Exploring The Area

Wesleyan Woods Campground is just outside the small town of Vassar. There are two gas stations and a supermarket in the city, so you won't have to go far to refuel or pick up some camping essentials. The nearest large town is Saginaw, which is a half-hour's drive west of the campground. Saginaw is an excellent place to visit if you're RV camping with kids, as it has a children's museum and a zoo catered to kids as well. There is also an abundance of beautiful architecture in Saginaw, and one of the most notable buildings to check out while you're here is the Castle Museum of Saginaw County History. This museum showcases the history of the area in a gorgeous building dating back to 1898.

If you want to take a more extended day trip while camping near Vassar, head down to Detroit and visit the largest city in Michigan. One of the most beautiful places to visit in Detroit is Belle Isle Park, which is on an island in the Detroit River and home to a zoo, gardens, and an aquarium. There are also several fascinating museums in Detroit, including the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Henry Ford Museum, and the Motown Museum. For excellent food and shopping in the Motor City, head to Eastern Market and browse the booths for local goods. Nightlife lovers will enjoy the downtown area, which is home to many restaurants, bars, and casinos.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Clio Park Trail, MIClio, MI
  • Price Nature Center Loop, MIShiawassee National Wildlife Refuge, MI
  • Grass Lake Trail, MILapeer, MI
  • Bay City Loop Trail, MIBay City, MI
  • For-Mar Nature Preserve and Arboretum Trails, MIBurton, MI
  • Shiawassee Waterfowl Trail, MIShiawassee National Wildlife Refuge, MI
  • Saginaw Valley Rail Trail, MICorunna, MI
  • Flint River Trail, MIFlushing, MI
  • Tobico Marsh Trail, MIBay City, MI
  • Sanilac Petroglyphs Trail, MICass City, MI

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