Planning on Camping in Michigan? Here's a Huge List of the Best KOA Campgrounds Your Family Will Enjoy

Looking for the best camping in Michigan?  Check out these KOA Campgrounds! It's time to get your camping on!  Book a site or two as early as possible at the many Michigan KOA campgrounds.  

Here's Your List of the Best Camping in Michigan!

Summer is MEANT for camping in Michigan and enjoying the amazingly diverse outdoor activities this state has to offer.  If you wish to kayak, canoe or tube, here's a great list of rivers and outfitters!

We hope this list is helpful, as it's sometimes tricky to find phone numbers, directions and addresses all in one spot for quick reference! 

Coloma/St. Joseph KOA-269-849-3333.  For reservations call 800-562-5341.  3527 Coloma Rd, Benton Harbor, MI 49022

From I-94 use Exit 34, then 4 miles north on I-196.  Take exit 4.  Campground is 200 yards.

Covert/South Haven KOA-269-764-0818.  For reservations, call 800-562-9304.  39397 M-140, Covert, MI 49043

I-196, Exit 18.  Head south on Highway M-140 6.2 miles.  Then take I-94, Exit 41, North on Highway M-140 7.3 miles.  

Emmett KOA- 810-395-7042.  For reservations, call 888-562-5612. 3864 Breen Rd, Emmett, MI 48022

 I-69 Exit 180 (Riley Center Road), then north 1/4 mile to Burt Road.  West 1/4 mile to Breen Road, north 1.5 miles on the right.

Gaylord KOA-989-939-8723.  For reservations, call 800-562-4146. 5101 Campfires Pkwy, Gaylord, MI 49735

 I-75 Exit 279, south on Old 27, 2 mile to blinking light and then left 1 mile.

Muskegon KOA- 231-766-3900.  For reservations, call 800-562-3902.  3500 Strand Rd, Muskegon, MI 49445

Heading to Michigan Adventure?  This campground is a perfect spot! US 31 to Russell Road, exit north on Russell Rod.  500 feet to Bard Road, east 1/2 mile to Strand, south 500 feet.

Oscoda KOA-989-739-5115.  For reservations, call 800-562-9667.  3591 Forest St, Oscoda Twp, MI 48750

1 mile south of Oscoda and 1.5 miles west of US-23. 

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Petoskey KOA-231-347-0005.  For reservations, call 800-562-0253.  1800 U.S. 31 N, Petoskey, MI 49770

 3 miles north of Petoskey on US-31.

Port Huron KOA- 810-987-4070.  For reservations, call 800-562-0833. 5111 Lapeer Rd, Kimball, MI 48074

Traverse City KOA- 231-269-4562.  For reservations, call 800-562-0280.  9700 M-37, Buckley, MI 49620

15 miles south of Traverse City, or 3 miles north of Buckley on M-37

Map of Michigan KOA Campgrounds for Great Camping in Michigan

Above is a map of the popular KOA Campgrounds in Michigan. The more popular campgrounds/sites will fill up very quickly during the summer, especially during weekends and holidays.  Book early to secure your spot!

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