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MI: End the summer at an ARVC Michigan Campground

LANSING, Mich. — Campers searching for adventure and excitement or simply looking for a relaxing and enjoyable destination for Labor Day weekend will find exactly what they are looking for in Michigan Camping.

The Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds of Michigan (ARVC Michigan) is reporting about a half dozen campgrounds with availability – for tenters, RVers and cabin-dwellers – available at privately-owned and operated campgrounds throughout Michigan:

Ann’s Putman Lake RV Park & Campground – Baldwin
Phone: 231-745-2621 Website: www.putmanlake.com

Bluegill Lake Family Camping Resort – Mecosta
Phone: 231-972-4455 Website: www.bluegillcamping.com

Irons RV Park and Campground – Irons
Phone: (231) 266-2070 Website: www.ironsrvparkandcampground.com

Kalkaska RV Park & Campground – Kalkaska
Phone: 231-258-9863 Website: www.kalkaskacampground.com

Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping – Mackinaw City
Phone: 231-436-5584 Website: www.campmackinaw.com

River Country Campground– Evart
Phone: 231-734-3808 Website: www.campandcanoe.com

Sanilac County Lexington Park– Lexington
Phone: 810-359-7473 Website: www.sanilaccountyparks.com

Twin Oaks Campground & Cabins – Wellston
Phone: 877-442-3102 Website: www.twinoakscamping.com

Site type and cabin availability and date(s) vary by property. This is not an all-inclusive list. This list includes campgrounds that responded back to an email indicating availability, as of August 16, 2018. Availability is subject to change. Reservations are required.

SOURCE: ARVC Michigan press release


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