7 Parks near Bath, Michigan
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bath. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bath in the left hand column.
Mar 2007 - $25.00
Dilapidated location. Office was not marked and was the first of many unattractive buildings. - tabber386
Sep 2005 - $28.00
This is an older park. The restroom facilities were in great need of updating and repair. They were not very clean either. The rest of the park, however was clean. The owners were very nice and helpful. - ScrapperJo
Jul 2005 - $28.00
This park is a big mobile home park with maybe 60 campsites around the small lake. It is very old and needs repair and upgrades in order to be called a compground. The electric is very bad and not enough current to run an air conditioner, in fact the electricity would shut down in our rig often due to low voltage. The people that run the campground are wonderful, friendly and warm family oriented willing to help in anyway they can. The water is very hard with lots of iron in it and all the hookups are very poorly located on the site, making connections to the rig hard and in some cases even have to be run under the rig. This could be a great campground, however it is not now and we can not recommend it. - racomarley
Sep 2016 - $20.00
The kids really enjoyed the park. Being a fall weekend, there were a lot fewer people that we're used to compared to when school is out. The sites were nice with some privacy, .except ours. There was a path to the restrooms that went next to our site and ran about 4 feet from our fire ring. The constant trickle of peopling going to and from the bathrooms made it awkward while we tried to sit around the fire eating a meal. Some of the smokers had no problem walking by exhaling cigarette smoke in our direction. The ranger station sold ice and firewood at reasonable prices; however, the firewood was wet even though it was stored in a shed. I have had this problem at all Michigan state parks. Their firewood distributor is selling them unseasoned wood. The second night, I drove a few miles down the road and bought good dry wood. Overall, this is a nice state park in a great location with lots of available activities. We will stay here again but will be sure to avoid site 94. - Brewstar
Sep 2013 - $19.00
Park has paved wide roads with all sites paved. Most will accept big rigs and sites have vegetation isolating from most other sites. Power pole is shared and could be up to 100 feet away. Water is available in many areas of each of two campgrounds. Beach is very clean and convenient. Disc Golf course is in the park as are bike, hike, and horse trails. Park personnel were very nice and helpful. Only one person can use the dump at a time and could be a hangup on busy days. Restrooms were newer ones of Michigan state parks. We will return. - dalenoel
Sep 2012 - $19.00
Very nice shady park. The campsites may challenge the bigger rigs. Sites are paved but heavily surrounded by trees and shrubs. Power pedestals are not at sites, they are shared and can be anywhere from 25' to 100' away. Nice lake and beach. We travel with no kids, but we did notice they have a nice up to date play set near the camping and more equipment near the beach. Only marks off are for the slightly dated bathhouse. Typical for most Michigan State parks. - buzzards27
Jul 2016 - $32.00
We've been here Since July 1st and plan to stay until September 11th. The campground is in a lovely setting amid huge Cottonwood trees. Sure, there is no concrete pads, and not all sites are very level but it's a very pretty setting. My power has been consistently at or near 120 volts, the water is clean and so are the rest rooms and showers. The showers are cleaned twice a day. Power was steady. I blew a breaker one busy weekend when the temp was in the 90's and most everyone had AC on. Power came right back up. Pump outs are on demand. The pump out tractor makes it's rounds each afternoon. Pump outs are $7.00 Mon thru Fri and $10.00 on weekends. I thought this would be inconvenient and expensive but it was not. Sure, on a busy holiday weekend some of the campers are pigs and it gets a bit messy. The campground store and laundry are both excellent. The pool and game room are a nice added feature. The WIFI is strong when it's on. The staff is working on some of the bugs to make it more reliable, but it was on more than it was off. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. We have already booked 4 months next summer. - Gene K
Jul 2016 - $35.00
One side of road to site had a hairpin turn, so took the longer winding way to site. Gravel streets, grass sites, large trees, rustic, only 3 motorhomes in park. Otherwise campers, tents, 5th wheels, trailers. It rained today, so mud and standing water. Direct TV and antenna would not work, and no cable. Paid $35 for a back in site on water. Was very unlevel, huge trees so no Direct TV or antenna reception. Free wifi. BUT 50 amps showed 110, so power is very weak. No sewer but a water facet that office said was drinkable water. No discounts offered, not even retired military.
Will not stay here again. - Oooooooo
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This is a rural style park in an urban setting. Lots of trees, lots of grass and ponds.
It was rainy when we were there but not necessarily muddy or inconvenient.
Things seemed reasonably clean. This is a no frills park other than what appears to be a nice pool that was being prepared for the season.
Yes, we would stay again if visiting Lansing. - Oldtymeflyr
Apr 2014 - $38.00
We thought it would be a good idea to check this campground out before we reserved a site and I'm glad we did just that. This is a older campground which could use a lot of updating. Yes, it looks and sounds great for the younger families with smaller trailers but that's about it. The roads are dirt so when it rains it gets mucky. They were working on the campgrounds and I do admit that when we visited it was there first day after a ruff winter. Also, there was a faint smell of cow manure in the air. - trails2hike
Oct 2010 - $20.00
We went here as the last camp out of the year in October. The campground closed the day we left and we will not be back each year. The park was clean, including all of the restrooms, showers, office and store. There were no rentals of canoe or boats as the season in Michigan was ending. We were greeted very well and treated fantastic by the owner and his help. The sites are varied with most all grass and quite level. You are not dictated as to the exact placement of your rig and can 'circle the wagons' of a small group on adjoining sites. If you are looking for a quiet park with great treatment then come here and enjoy the park. - dalenoel
Oct 2010 - $20.00
We were in the park for the last three days of their season. Very few people in the park but we still got the best treatment with a very clean park and friendly service. Since we were late in the season it was only $20 per night. - dalenoel
Jul 2016 - $14.00
We chose this park because it was the closest one to family and friends we were visiting. On first approach, you think this park will be really nice. Flowers are planted at the entrance and the long drive from the road back to the campground is flanked by beautiful lawn. However, as you get closer you start to see run down, permanent rv sites - junk lying around - and overflowing dumpsters. They only have 2 dumpsters for the entire park; they need 4. There are some decrepit looking RVs in the park, but that's not really the problem. People live in what they can afford to live in. (There are a LOT of permanent residents here.) The problem is that park management apparently has NO rules whatsoever about junking up sites. Or they don't enforce any rules they do have. And don't even bother to go in the "bath house." one toilet and one shower stall. Very run down and not clean when we looked in. No 50 amp sites. Water pressure was decent. Some sites have picnic tables, some don't. Some sites have more gravel or grass on the site pads than others.
It's a real shame the park has been allowed to become so filled with unkempt sites, because the setting is quite nice: rural, lots of trees, huge expanses of grassy areas that are well kept. (Someone was mowing almost every day.) And we met some nice folks there. But, with so many junked up sites, we won't be back ... even at the low price of $100 for a week stay. (It's $25 a night for stays less than a week.)
I rated the value "satisfactory" because of the low rate for a week stay; but the adage "You get what you pay for" applies here. I rated "cleanliness" as bad because of the large number of unkempt sites and the poor restroom facility. - MelBtraveln
Aug 2013 - $37.00
Mostly seasonal campers. Not easy to find. BUT - this is a beautiful RV park. Quiet, relaxing. Very nice staff. Will stay here again. - Joyce and Gene Whitley
Aug 2012 - $40.00
We stayed in the only 2 sites that were full hookup. The rest of the full hookups are for the seasonal folks. The location was at the entrance, busy but quiet compared to the activities that was going on near the lake. The rest of the sites seem to be ok, but looked too close for our liking, especially if you have a noisy neighbor. The facility was acceptable and the seasonal units were kept in good shape. The Wi-Fi was a definitely hit and miss kind of event, but the staff told you that when you checked in. It was a nice 4 days rest. We tried this place because of it's short distance to get here. Likely go back for weekend getaway. - mgfiest
Aug 2011 - $40.00
This is a really nice park, quiet, lovely setting. Unfortunately the areas are all grassy and extremely uneven which made it difficult to level. Our tires were two feet off the ground in order to level. - Energizer