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Several miles outside of Traverse City in Michigan, you can rent an RV near Williamsburg and camp at Whitewater Township Park Campground. This lovely campground in Grand Traverse County is a fantastic vacation destination in northern Michigan, with nearby cities and beaches along Elk Lake, Torch Lake, and Lake Michigan.
With five different camping loops and over 50 campsites, Whitewater Township Park Campground can accommodate most Williamsburg campers. Pull-through spaces, flat camping sites, electric hookups, campfire rings, and lakefront views are what you can expect when you go RV camping here. A centrally located bathhouse and restroom facility ensures that campers won’t need to walk too far to clean off after a day at the beach.
Speaking of the beach, there is some prime frontage along Elk Lake, great for swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, beachcombing, lounging, sun tanning, or watching the sunrise. Hiking trails wind through the park and around Elk Lake, leading hikers on woodsy treks through nature to see the gorgeous sights and sounds of northern Michigan. Boat ramps, picnic pavilions, volleyball courts, and more await you when you book an RV rental in Grand Traverse County and park it at this rustic RV campground.
Michigan is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream, complete with mountains, forests, rivers, lakes, parks, and beaches in every direction. Traverse City State Park is home to beautiful beaches, pavilions, picnic areas, biking paths, and hiking trails. This gorgeous park in Traverse City is a must-see. There is also a 300-site camping area to make use of in case you feel like doing some sightseeing in town.
Interlochen State Park can be found south of Traverse City, between Duck Lake and Green Lake, hence the name “Interlochen.” Known for being the first officially recognized state park in Michigan, there are playgrounds, camping areas, picnic spots, year-round fishing areas, and old forests to see and use while visiting Interlochen State Park too.
Manistee National Forest is a mesmerizing piece of land covering a half-million acres to the south alongside Lake Michigan. Trekking, camping, photography, wildlife observation, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, swimming, fishing, and camping are all possible while visiting the sprawling, federally managed forest. Here you'll even find mountains where you can go skiing or snowboarding.
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore features 35 miles of lakeshore to explore. Towering bluffs shield the secluded beaches from the outside world, giving visitors peace and quiet while visiting this stunning expanse of nature. There are other national forests and even the secluded Isle Royale National Park to look forward to if you don't mind taking a long road trip to the Upper Peninsula, but everything you need should be easy to find nearby when you rent an RV near Whitewater Township Park Campground.
While you're camping near Traverse City, you can go sightseeing in a variety of places. To the north in Elk Rapids, you can sample wine at vineyards, see the lake, watch a movie at the cinema, visit art galleries, charter a fishing boat, or play a round of golf.
Traverse City is home to an array of neat museums, venues, and historic buildings to see. The Village at Grand Traverse Commons is essentially the main focal point of the downtown portion of Traverse City, once a state-run asylum. This lavish space has been transformed and revitalized to serve as a lively shopping center with wineries, cafes, book stores, art galleries, and other trendy boutiques. The Mission Point Lighthouse is a lovely place to see, with a whole lot of history to learn and a great shop where you can pick up souvenirs for friends and family back home.
The Dennos Museum Center is located at Northwestern Michigan College. It has old relics from ancient cultures, like stone arrowheads, sculptures, tools, drawings, and other artwork created by Inuit tribes in the Arctic. In addition to old artwork and artifacts, there is a large theater where jazz bands, orchestras, and other master performers take to the stage.
Also in Traverse City, the Great Lakes Children’s Museum has a smorgasbord of activities, events, galleries, and exhibits to cater to youngsters. Interactive displays focusing on the moon landing and numerous natural wonders teach kids about the world while allowing them to play and engage while learning. There are other breweries, wineries, shopping plazas, and things to do when you book a travel trailer rental near Whitewater Township Park Campground, so don’t hesitate, start planning your Traverse City camping trip today.