21 RV Parks near Beecher, Michigan
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of Beecher. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Beecher in the left hand column.
Aug 2015 - $35.00
The owner lives on-site. The park is very clean. It's in a commercial area and is old but meticulous. The owner met us and helped us park. - gypsyrunner
Aug 2008 - $35.00
We stayed here for an overnight on way to Northern Michigan. Would never stay here again. Most of the sites were deserted permanent old trailers. We were the only campers that night. This CG is very close to a very dangerous part of Flint. We felt very unsafe. The owners were extremely nice and helpful, but you could tell that they were overwhelmed by the poor economy in Flint which has drastically effected their CG. - snidley whiplash
Aug 2006 - $25.00
This is a convenient overnight stop or place to stay while visiting in the Flint area for self-contained units. Cement pads with full-hookups. Cross Roads Village, Huckleberry Railroad, and Frankenmuth are all nearby. We heard some train whistles and highway noise. This may be a problem for some travelers. Owner was very friendly and helpful. - Full-time RVer
Apr 2017 - $1.00
I was a member of Coast to Coast and this was my home park so I have been here several times giving it a fair chance and this is my summary. If you want a campground that you can let your kids run wild while you party, then this is your place. That's seems to be what people do here. Parents work all week and wanna unwind and have someone else worry about what the kids are into. So many kids, so little supervision. They have no problem walking or riding their bike through your lot. I have even found one boy on top of my 5th wheel. When I couldn't convince him to come down I asked his mother to help but she just said "he'll come down when he's ready" and poured herself another drink. Perhaps the most disturbing is the groups of teenage boys I see wandering around late at night. One of the few places I've had to lock up everything. Also camp has no restrictions on dog breads. lots of pit bulls, Rottweilers,Dobermans. This place has very little class, you either like it that way or you don't. - Chip Lyn
May 2016 - $1.00
Large park with lots for families to do. Our stay was early in the season so not everything was ready. Sites were very wet so it was difficult to get leveled, staff was working on leveling sites & roads.
Didn't use the washrooms & showers but did use the laundry. They were awful, washers & dryers needed a good clean, detergent & softener receptacles were disgusting. Areas to fold laundry were dirty. Signs all over asked you not to leave your laundry unattended, but there was not place inside or out to comfortably sit. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Jul 2015 - $1.00
We are members so we stay for free. This is a huge park. Lots of stuff for the kids to do. Putt putt is very nice, horse shoes, kayaks, paddle boats are all free, had to waiting list though. Half of the park is nice and shade, and the other half is pretty much in the sun. Staff has been very nice. We will definitely come back again. - feet 48653
Jun 2017 - $39.00
The park was very clean. We were with a group of 14 units. Gathering room had stove and many plugs with enough tables for us. Power was good as well as water pressure. Sites are adequate but trees make maneuvering careful. - dalenoel
May 2017 - $39.00
Great park close to Birch Run Outlet Mall and Frankenmuth. Sites would feel close if park was full but when we came there were very few units. Huge trees, nice people and fairly quiet. We would stay again. No wifi that we could find but lots of air TV channels - Kbittle
Oct 2016 - $37.00
Expensive for what you get. Gravel/dirt sites on gravel roads. No cable or WiFi. Laundry: 2 washers and dryers for the entire park. Showers cost money to use. Staff is friendly but service people cut through occupied sites with golf carts and other equipment. Understand the monthly price just went up to 720.00. - Boxcar Bill
Jul 2016 - $32.00
The campground is clean and maintained. The boat launch road runs in front of and behind campsites: very noisy and a bad set up. Quiet times are not enforced. They stated that it was a pull through site. It definitely was not. The sites are too small and the road is way too busy. - Gables
Jul 2011 - $16.00
Campground IS NOT closed. We had a great time. Would have given it a 10 except the restrooms are disgusting (at least the men's anyways). There isn't much for small kids to do. Recommend bringing games like beantoss or ladder golf, etc. No real hangout places for teens except over at Bluebell Beach. Having a boat here is almost a necessity. Makes it WAY more fun. The sites that are in area D and not on the water are still neat sites in the shade and still able to see the water. Busy lake on the weekends. Lots of waves. They have a no alcohol policy. We just put it in cups and kept our site clean. We got asked to be quiet one time, yet were up late all 4 nights. They were friendly and just said we have to quiet down a bit, and we did. To me, that's awesome. I don't go camping to sleep, I want to have a good time! But overall the campground wasn't excessively noisy at night, but everyone was up early. - KayakRyan
May 2011 - $1.00
This campground is closed. - PappaDee
Apr 2017 - $18.00
FHU; 30-50 amps; water; sewer; free wi-fi; no cable but lots of stations on batwing; some gravel, most grass sites; back-ins and pull-thrus; $17.50/night with Passport America. - Keith/Ruth
Sep 2016 - $18.00
Very nice, quiet campground. All sites have FHU, 20-30-50 amp electric. Very good WIFI (since the park was empty) and several OTA TV signals. We were here mid-week a week after Labor Day so we cannot say what it would be like during the summer but the setting is beautiful, lots of open space throughout the park, very well maintained and clean. There are over 400 sites here and many are pull-through sites. - Bob & Stephanie
Aug 2016 - $17.00
This is a wonderful park with great people working the desk. I would have given it a 10 overall if it hadn't been for the huge boulders on the corners of the turns. We have a 45' coach and my husband had to make multiple attempts at the turns (by backing up, readjusting, inching his way around the turns) or he would have hit the boulders. Also, the trees hit the top of our RV, so they need to be trimmed.
Other than that, it was a nice park with friendly people. We would stay here again. - malnmad
Sep 2013 - $50.00
There are so many reasons for there being numerous vacancies while other campgrounds are full but the # 1 reason would be the owners. They can’t separate business from their personal lives. They set rules and regulations and they exempt themselves and campground employees. Billing is always an issue with them over charging and refusing to remove charges. They say they are always open to discuss problems then walk away, hang up on you or not answer door when you try. They think they can tell those using the campground what they can talk about, who they can talk to, who they can do things for or help, who they can hang out with, right down to what they can even think. This creates a dictatorship like atmosphere with people being afraid to breathe. They evict people, publish their names and warn people that they hope others learn from this. They think they can speak to campers rudely even cussing and swearing and yelling at them in front of others and even at your guests. There is such an undercurrent of fear and unrest that I could not feel comfortable or relax when I was there. The straw that broke the camel’s back was on July 11, 2013, Consumers pulled all main electrical meters in the campground. Owners brought in generators and informed all (except a select few) they could not run air conditioners, making it so many could not use their campers due to health issues or high uncomfortable temps. On the 1st morning of generator power, one generator ran out of gas. Thus single phasing power to several campers doing extensive damage, and to this day they have never admitted responsibility. The outage lasted for a good part of 2 months of the summer. Sad to see what was a really lovely campground destroyed by the owners. You can be a good guy one moment and a bad guy the next depending on which way the owner’s mood is swinging and that’s a constant pendulum. The injustices I witnessed and was put through myself by the owners is unbelievable. It sickened me to see the owners bullying people. I even witnessed their child telling other children that if they didn’t do as they said,they’d have them kicked out. I could go on and on, but will end now with hopes that this will save many others from going through the nightmare we were put through. We did our time, sorry to say. - TOP unseasonal
Sep 2013 - $25.00
A beautiful campgrounds. Family friendly...lots of activities. Great swimming and fishing lake. Everything is kept up and clean. The owners live in the park, they are constantly working to improve the park. We love camping here!!! Give this park five stars!! - myjeep
Jul 2013 - $25.00
Terrible campground. Nothing was the same as what they advertised on the web site. Wi-Fi was turned off; the lakefront site was on a swamp/marsh; the activities were cancelled at the last minute because there were no 'volunteers' to do them (they rely on seasonals to organize their activities); and the site we booked (and paid for in advance) was not reserved for us. Phone calls not returned. Low voltage power through July/August (ran on generators). The list goes on. Beautiful property but terrible management. - Susan_Sunflowers
Aug 2016 - $67.00
This is a gated park in a location convenient to the nice little town of Frankenmuth. It was easy to find and the office staff friendly.
I did not use the showers. The women's restroom was clean, but not air-conditioned. This gave it a feeling of being less than clean because it was extremely humid and over 90 degrees during our stay.
There was a beautiful outdoor pool next to the restrooms that looked inviting, but was never opened although the sign said, "Opening summer of 2016." It seemed really odd for this big new finished pool to be inaccessible in mid-August when there are so few days left in the season. The indoor pool was opened, but again, it was so hot and humid in the pool area, it was not inviting.
There are a limited number of 50 amp sites and the pads are crushed stone, not concrete. Some of the corners are tight and the park roads are very narrow, making it a little difficult to navigate a big rig.
The park advertises "free high-speed" internet, however, we could not even access our email using their wi-fi. There was an antenna next to our site and our devices said that the strength was at 100%, but the band width was so minimal, neither our tablets nor laptops could even access email or a web page. The park was sparsely occupied on the first couple of days we were here, so I doubt the problem was due to an excess of devices using their Wi-Fi. The free cable was via Direct TV and provided poor reception for only 22 channels. When it rained we lost service. We will not likely stay here again. Although the park overall was ok, it is WAY overpriced for the services provided. It is more like a $25 to $35 per night park. The price before our military discount was $71 per night for weekdays and $76 for weekends.
I was really sorry that I had paid for three days before we found out: no outdoor pool and no internet since those were the reasons we chose this park. - ahmavic
Jul 2016 - $63.00
Very nice and spacious. Quiet and friendly. Not much to do in the area other than the Christmas store. WiFi not good. - Genielady
Jun 2016 - $45.00
We spent two nights. The park is very clean and laid out very well so that access is easy in and easy out. Standard sites are very close, a 10' wide gravel parking strip separated by a 10' grass strip. Slideouts are very close. Premium sites have more space, some with paved patios.
WIFI was extremely slow. There is no cable TV. There were more than a dozen stations received by our antenna. - R V Camper
Sep 2016 - $38.00
As mentioned on many other reviews, this is a huge park, over 500 sites and most are park models/permanent/seasonal campers. Our site was a very nice concrete pad with 50amp and FHU. Everything worked well and getting satellite coverage was good. One thing I didn't see on any other review is that a train goes right through the campground, literally through it! Luckily, it didn't run during the night, but it did start at 5:30 a.m. We were only there 2 nights and the one day we were there, we were gone most of the day, but I did hear it go through at least 3 times. The park is very nicely landscaped and the fulltime resident take pride in their sites. Everyone was friendly and we would stay here again if in the area. - jacknpeg
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Used this park to stay in when we visited friends who stay in a seasonal park up the road. Site was back in grass with 50 amp service, good water pressure and sewer connection. The park is large with about 95% seasonal/summer folks. They keep a number of transient-nightly-weekly sites on the golf course side with some concrete, some grass sites with full hook-ups. Office staff friendly and we met one of the owners who was very friendly and accommodating when we wanted to switch sites. Would return when in this area visiting our friends. - xarmoreddriver
Jun 2016 - $33.00
A generally well kept campground with mostly park models and seasonal fifth wheels and trailers. Backin sites ranging from all grass to gravel and grass to concrete pads. Seasonal sites tend to be somewhat cluttered and overstuffed, but most are not quite to the junky stage. Overall the campground feels rather crowded even though the sites are relatively wide. It is not a big rig friendly campground. The trees on Goodall road are not trimmed for taller rigs. Big rigs going to the 300-500 sites have to turn around at the office, go back out to Goodall road, then down to the golf course entrance (swing wide) as the turns on the interior roads are too tight. From there careful maneuvering will get a big rig to the site, but dropping the toad is advisable. Access roads are not wide enough for two rigs to pass and are generally filled with golf carts (we saw 38 go by our site in a single hour). Noise from the highway is highly dependent on wind direction going from barely noticeable to loud, but it was mostly on the quiet side over a 2 week period. A train track runs thru the campground (2 or 3 trains per day), but is not really objectionable. Power ok, water moderate (40 psi), sewer ok. No wifi except at clubhouse. Verizon LTE 3-4 bars with decent speed even in the evenings. T-Mobile LTE 2 bars with adequate speed. Cardboard recycle on site. Five miles of roads in campground for bike riding. No decent road bike trails near campground although several within an hours drive. We will probably go elsewhere when next in the area. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Jul 2008 - $19.00
We loved this campground. It's small and cozy, but the sites are large. Our site #21 was perfect. Located right on the beach (close enough to have great access, yet far enough not to be annoyed by the activity) it was perfect for a family. The restrooms were not very clean and the showers could use a little more upkeep, but other than that we have found another one of our favorite campgrounds here! - drmcleod
Jun 2007 - $22.00
This State Park is awesome. The campground needs some maturing, but the trails are great as is the fishing and swimming. But please be aware that although the lake at the campground is still okay, Big Seven Lake had it's dam break and is partly drained. This was the best lake for swimming although it is quite a hike from the campground. Hopefully they will get funding from the state to repair this situation. - lowell151
Jun 2004 - $15.00
This is a nice campground. If they get their act together the registration would be much better. No one at the gate, no one at the campground,no instructions so we called the 800# and they told us just to take one of the empty spots and someone would be there soon. - Donna P
Aug 2016 - $17.00
Price reflects one month stay. No extra cost for electric. Was only going to stay a week but because of a medical issue stayed longer. Be sure to keep your speed no higher then 5 mph. Gravel interior roads and sites. Side by side sites, share water, the pedestal, one gets 30 amp the other 50 amp. Very tight if you have a neighbor. Electric, water pressure and sewer was excellent. Twenty channels on the TV antenna. Internet was excellent. No campfire rings at sites, is a community campfire was used one evening during our stay. Was nice to have the windows open except the evening of the campfire. Quiet other then a road noise and neighbor's dog barking. Did hear a train horn when we had the windows open. Easy in and out with a 60 foot combo. - Tallboy
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Very nice park. It has a nice trail around a lake with cattails, wildflowers plus a variety and abundance of birds. The restrooms were very clean. The managers were very nice. Easy access to city. Easy in and out, plenty of room for tow vehicle. - Jo and Bob
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Water Tower RV Park, 1552 N Main St (M-24), Lapeer, MI 48446 810-664-4296 www.ci.lapeer.mi.us $280.00 2 week stay June 14 to 27, 2016 Site 8 full hookups. Park is owned by the City of Lapeer and nice camp hosts live on site. We were instructed to pick any site that did not have an orange cone. There are several seasonals in the park with nice rvs. This site is in the front next to the highway. Lots of highway noise especially since the hospital is across the highway with ambulances coming and going. Sites are back to front really close together. We can put out our awning but that is all. The electrical post is for two rvs and it has one 50 amp and one 30 amp. There is one small tree at each site. All the park is gravel and very clean. Wifi has been slow but usable. No laundry in the park there is a nice Laundromat on Genesee Street close to Big Lots. The speed limit is 5 miles per hour and is enforced even though there is a long lane coming into the park. - annc