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Some of these have no natural dividing line and offer no privacy. There are, however, some real gems tucked in the woods away from the water. The campground has a boat launch and a fishing pier, which means that anglers and boaters will keep the area busy on the weekends. All told, choosing a site away from the water will greatly improve your stay. If water is a must, sites 21 and 22 are wooded and on the lake. Campers will find the best sites on the middle loop. Site 13 offers plenty of privacy, and sites 9 and 11 have room to spread out.
Even close to Metro Detroit, state parks and southeast Michigan’s metroparks have stellar camp facilities, close to town but worlds away from the strip malls and shopping centers of civilization. I’ve camped all over Michigan, and in this guide I bring to you what I believe are the 50 finest campgrounds in the state for tent camping. Tent campers have a unique perspective when it comes to spending their free time. More important to these folks than electricity, cable television, a game room, and level cement slabs is a picturesque wooded site that offers enough quiet and solitude to enjoy nature and the company of friends and family.
By doing so, you support Michigan’s campgrounds. Without a community of active and conscientious campers, outdoor recreation in the state wouldn’t be the same. Keep camping, and maybe I’ll see you out there! —M. F. PREFACE I LOVE CAMPING IN MICHIGAN. Every campground here sits alongside some body of water—be it a river, stream, pond, or lake. ) From grassy dunes overlooking Lake Michigan to thick woods along the Pine River to a quiet lake that serves as a portal to the Sylvania Wilderness, pitching a tent in Michigan opens the door to all sorts of adventure.