20 RV Parks near Bangor, Michigan
We did however find 20 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bangor. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bangor in the left hand column.
Sites: 121 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 29 Reviews
Aug 2017 - $73.00
Returned to Yogi Bears Camp Resort again this year...Chose a Premium site and it was spacious and well equipped, picnic table, wooden table and 4 chairs along with a wooden swing...As stated last year there are lots of planned activities for the 3 grandchildren to do and they had a ball....The camp store is well stocked and the grounds through out the campground are very well maintained...All utilities are well located and everything worked without any problems....We will return next August. - ANDYO1
Aug 2016 - $53.00
We normally stay at another park a few miles west of Yogi Bear's. This year we thought we would try a new campground since we would be camping with a 3 year old in addition to her sisters. This is a family oriented campground with lots and lots of things for kids to do. The activities are well planned and did not disappoint. Sites are gravel, spacious and utilities are well planned, everything worked. The only negative I can think of is for its size they could use additional bathroom facilities, I always make it a point to check out the cleanliness etc. they were clean, but crowded. There are several sites in the section we camped in without sewer hook ups hence the bathroom crowd. Management might want to look at restricting the use of large outdoor rugs which are killing the grass and making a mess for the next camper. - ANDYO1
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Everyone there is so friendly and helpful. Great place to stay; plenty to do for the kids. - MMemering
Jul 2010 - $1.00
This would be a great family campground. Area set aside for tents and popups. Park like setting. Fishing pond. Don't know why it is not full. Added an extra day when we got here. Very quiet. Would stay again. The only reason for the overall 7 rating is the roads. Just go slow. - ChrisnMarv
May 2018 - $66.00
This is one of the prettiest campgrounds we have stayed in. We stayed here 2 years ago and they have expanded it and the new sites are larger and even nicer with more green space & landscaping in between them. It is definitely a luxury campground and they sell lots. The owners do a lot of upscale landscaping as well. There are lots of activities and everything is immaculate and well maintained. Staff is very friendly and helpful. - monamonaco
May 2018 - $60.00
This is a RV Lot Purchase kind of RV park. it's very well done. The grounds are immaculate. There are large concrete sites and some have casitas, gazebos and outdoor kitchens. There's a man-made lake with the nicest sites on the lake. Trailers and 5th wheels are allowed in the park, but only Class A RVs are allowed directly on the lake. They rent unsold spots and there are a number of owners that rent their sites when they are not using them. (Lakeside spots rent for $89.) Also, there are some sites that border a wooded area, as well. All of the sites are pull in or back in. No pull-thrus. There are a couple of clubhouses, an exercise room, even a sandy beach on the lakes. It's a beautiful RV park in a beautiful part of the State and just a few miles from Lake Michigan and the quaint town of South Haven. Well worth a visit. - Creativepart
Aug 2017 - $80.00
Beautiful park, meticulously maintained, a bit pricey but it's the nicest private park we've stayed at. Pool and clubhouse are nice, enjoyed the Friday night 'mixer' with complimentary beer, wine and appetizers. On our walk one evening, I bent over to tie my shoe, and some jackass hollers out his door "hey, don't let your dog pee in my yard!" Guess he thought that was why we stopped, but it wasn't. I understand why he would be protective- he had a nicely landscaped property- but, c'mon man... Loved the concrete pads and asphalt drives, wide interior roads, it's a 'newer' park, so trees are not large, but they're getting there and the landscape is maturing nicely. We stayed at an owner-improved site, which had a larger patio, resin table/chairs and fire-pit behind the coach. Other sites available for rent don't necessarily have the same amenities. The park is adding a second 'phase' with an additional clubhouse, so there's a bit of construction visible, but we didn't see any activity while we were there (no trucks in an out, no dust...our neighbor said they will resume construction in the fall, to minimize impact on the residents). We will stay here again, should the opportunity present itself. - fastalker64
Sep 2017 - $77.00
This is a really nice park. It was mostly filled the weekend we were there, even though it was after Labor Day. Lots of kids, but very quiet. There were a number of activities for the kids. Our dog enjoyed the dog park, and we appreciated the very helpful escort when we arrived. They sent me an email a day or so before our reservation date, offering us the ability to order pizza delivered to the site when we arrived. Also a nice touch.
We had a premium site, and it came with premium wifi, but I wasn't impressed with either the premium or the regular wifi. We liked our site: it had a nice gas grill, patio set, and a two-seat bench with a table in the middle by the fire pit. Very pretty.
We went to visit the dunes during our stay, and it was ~1/2 hour drive to get there. Honestly, my only complaint, and it was a pretty major annoyance, is about the weeds that had small burrs in them that grew along the park's dirt roads. Unfortunately, our dog got burrs in all of her feet before we knew that they were there. The plants themselves weren't really obvious: they looked like any other small, short weed right next to the road and the burrs were green and not obvious at all. We hadn't gone 15 steps before the dog refused to walk anymore, and we had to carry her to and pick out about 20 burrs from the fur around her feet and in between her toes while she cried. (Which of course stuck our fingers while we were trying to remove them.) I think they should mow about six inches further in from the roadway, and that would solve the problem. Once we knew they were there, we were able to walk in the middle of the road and avoid them. - Morning Star
Aug 2017 - $52.00
There are a few things to be aware of prior to making a decision to stay at this KOA: 1. The fee displayed on the website when making a reservation is not the fee you will pay. They charge a $6 per day "resort fee" which means that every site is $6 more than the quoted amount. You do not discover this until you have clicked the reserve button. 2. You are charged the full amount for your stay at the time of reservation. The KOA reservation policy states that normally you will be charged a deposit of one night's stay, but sometimes the campground may charge the full amount. But if that is the case, it will be stated on the specific campground's website; I could not find any such statement. Again, you do not find out about this until you click the reserve button. 3. They say they have free WiFi. However, they do not have free functional WiFi. The free WiFi seldom works even to just get email. When we questioned this they said it was because the campground was full and had too many people using it. However, we stayed beyond the weekend when the campground had maybe 10% occupancy and it only worked occasionally for a short time. They will sell you "premium WiFi" for $8. Our experience with the premium was better, but you still got dropped occasionally. Our attitude about the campground would have been better if these things were known before making the decision to stay in this campground. A few of the other negatives: • Dirt/gravel roads and sites. The roads can be dusty and the sites dirty. Some sites have grass. • Very few sites have any shade. Okay if you like to sit in the hot sun. • Here are some of the good things: • Staff is very friendly. Probably the KOA's staff is their best asset. • Lots of activities for kids if you like that sort of thing - especially on weekends. • Most sites are pretty good size. • Some nice landscaping around the office. - RXA-ADM
Aug 2017 - $60.00
Everything was well kept. E/W/S worked well. - Skipp
Oct 2013 - $14.00
This is really a mobile home park with 7 RV sites in own area. Nice back-in concrete pads. Quiet Park. It is not a resort but is a nice place to stay if you have things to do in area. Rate reflects monthly rate. - RichardB1952
Feb 2011 - $25.00
I stayed here six weeks while working at Palisades Nuclear Station. This is a basic RV Park with few amenities. However, the owners are very pleasant and accommodating. - 870xprs
Aug 2017 - $25.00
nice park although the beach was rocky and was quite a hike from the campsite. We were required to purchase a seasonal/annual permit @ $32.00. - max7_3
Jul 2017 - $27.00
We have camped at most of the state parks along lake michigan. Some how we never made it here until now. Our site was grass over sand so plan on some blocks under the levelers. We ended up near the playground which the kids loved. State park play grounds are hit an miss. This one was one of the better ones. Roads are paved and can be a little tight to navigate. We disconnected the toad before entering the park. upon arriving at our site it was clear that it would be tight to back in. It was a good thing the campers across the street had not arrived otherwise it would have been difficult to back in with one shot. Verizon signal was about 50% internet speed was good but not top speed. ATT signal was a little better. - TeamErnzer
Oct 2016 - $37.00
Clean, well-maintained State Park, with friendly, helpful young men at check-in station. The campground was full on a nice fall weekend - luckily, we had paid the extra $10 to reserve a site. Paved interior roads, and mostly level dirt sites with some grass; and trees that helped with privacy, since sites are rather close together. Dog walking trail, and even a nearby Dog Beach. We would stay here again. - FranM
Sep 2016 - $35.00
This is a very nice, small park. We stayed here 3 nights and felt very safe and comfortable. The owners were out of town but there is someone who checks on the park. It is close to the town and beaches and has an entrance to the Kal-Haven hiking/biking trail. The park is well lit at night. It is a FHU park with 50amp. The odd thing is the area you park on is grass and where area beside it is a paved strip. The sites are fairly short, but pretty level. It was easy getting a satellite signal. Fairly quiet although you do get some road noise from the highway. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - jacknpeg
May 2016 - $35.00
This is a nice small private park. Sites are on the small side but adequate. Overall a very nice experience. - Jeffandfamily
Jun 2014 - $32.00
South Haven is on the shore of Lake Michigan. If you like to bicycle, this park is right off the Kal-Haven Rail-Trail and you can easily bike into town. You can also launch a kayak into the Black River from here. Small park but reasonably priced for full-hook-up ($200/week). Sites are adequate and several pull-through sites are available at no extra charge. A no-frills Ma & Pa park. Verizon MiFi and voice service were good. Would stay here again. - Kokomo
Aug 2016 - $39.00
Tight quarters, but they helped me back in 40' 5th wheel. No cable, say they have wifi, could not get it to work. Nice restaurant. Rate was for weekly discount. - Scheinin
Jul 2016 - $45.00
The owner met us upon arrival in his golf cart and led us to our site. He assisted my newbie husband in backing our camper in. The sites are fairly close but we didn't have any problem with noisy campers. Clean campground, showers and restrooms. Very happy with our experience! - Linda T
Nov 2015 - $35.00
Park was clean and neat, but sites were very tight. Cable was not available, and the wireless connection was slow and spotty to the point that it was useless. - GSVicks
Aug 2017 - $34.00
The campground was clean and the staff was friendly. There were a lot of families with kids. The sites were small, very close together, not level and very difficult to back into; expect to make several attempts. It's an older park that hasn't been updated. Several sites share electric panel. Dump station on slight hill as you enter the park. No TV, cell phone or wifi service since the campground is in a ravine, completely surrounded by trees. On a positive note, the beach is very close and nice; sandy with very few rocks. - max7_3
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This is our favorite "hidden gem" campground, and we drive up annually from central IL to this southwest corner of MI to stay for 4-5 days. The campground has a 1/4 mile stretch of Lake Michigan beach that you MIGHT share with a dozen people during the week. Weekends are a little busier with day-pass traffic to the beach, but still not very crowded.
The camping area is wooded, nestled between shaded dunes for a nice protection from hot sun and heavy winds (you can leave your awning out all the time). A short walk over some boarded stairways/walkways and you are on the beach! It's a great blend of environments that I've never experienced at any other campground.
This side of Lake Michigan has real sandy beaches, crashing waves on breezy days, outstanding weather in the summer months, and sunset views over the Lake that you will not forget. For us Midwesterners, it's as close to an ocean beach experience as you can get.
The campground is older with water/30 amp electric sites (no full hookups), a dump station, as well as primitive tent sites and small cabin rentals if you don't have an RV. Sites are sandy (which I don't mind) and fairly level. There are two "loops" of RV sites, one larger loop for smaller trailers/motorhomes, and another smaller loop with larger sites for bigger rigs. We have been here in a 35' motorhomes and trailers and have always been able to get a larger site in the smaller loop, which is actually a more private because day traffic goes the other direction.
Sites are nicely separated with heavy rope dividers on wooden posts. The office has very friendly staff on-site every day, and they sell small supplies, firewood, ice, drinks, and ice cream.
Recent years have brought some upgrades in walking paths (to the beach) and a new bathhouse in the smaller loop. This is a town-owned park facility and it's obvious that they do put money and care into it, to keep it updated (as much as possible) and maintained. - scottydl
Aug 2015 - $32.00
This is a little known park. You can walk to the beach at Lake Michigan which is 100 yards away. Very nice sandy beach. People bid on the park to run it. Sites are okay for a more rustic stay. Value was good because of access to lake which is not dog friendly. We would stay here again, maybe for a week. If you rent a site access to beach is included otherwise people without RV's pay $7 a day for beach access. Lots of people stay in tents. - Mark from Missouri
Aug 2017 - $33.00
This park has big trees for shade and a pretty setting. It is 15-20 min. out from South Haven in a very rural area along the interstate. It was not enjoyable to sit outside beause of the bugs and interstate noise. The bathrooms are very old, small and crowded in the mornings. There was no tv reception. There are not many water hookups, so bring extra hose to reach. - Red dog mom
Aug 2014 - $15.00
We enjoyed this rustic campground. There are lots of huge trees. It's a bit tricky to get parked. However, the owner was very helpful with suggestions on how to get into our site. He even let us drive the wrong way on a road to avoid having to unhook our car in a rainstorm. There are several long term residents, but all sites were clean, as was all the campground. This campground only has water and electric and no cable. However, the satellite worked surprising well with all those trees, and Verizon signal was strong. The owners were friendly and helpful. We would camp here again. - RV Artist
Sep 2011 - $15.00
Campground is in the timber so the sites are grass/forest floor. When it rains it will be muddy in most places. Water and power connections are shared so you may have to connect on the curb side. Some require 50+ feet of hose and may be across another site. Both water and power (30amp) were good. The sites are situated around the connections and are hard to tell which way to park since they are not set up with gravel or pads. If you plan to stay any time soon be aware that you cannot go by any published directions or GPS. There is a bridge closed over the Blue Star Highway right next to the campground. When we called for availability they didn’t tell us about the closure and we drove for an hour to find it. You have to be on 44 East of the park and follow 44 around the road closed barrier. - Fulltime 5er