13 RV Parks near Beechwood, Michigan
We did however find 13 campgrounds within 25 miles of Beechwood. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Beechwood in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $52.00
As others have stated, this is a nice park. Bike / walking / running trail is right in front of the cg. The seasonal's are seperated from the Premium sites. We were in the Premium section. This info is based on that area. The asphalt road width is 13'. Each asphalt pad is approximately 50' long by 12' wide. Sites are 30' plus apart. Sites are 90* to the road. All sites are pretty level. All hook ups are toward the rear and are very good.
If you are longer than 30', this park will challenge your backing abilities. Just go look at your site and then determine your plan of attack. We are 43' and had no issue. Just don't plan on a one shot attempt. Yes this park is worth the extra time to maneuver into your site. - rudy1
Jul 2016 - $52.00
The park looks nice, with flowers everywhere. The restrooms look nice with nice paintings. The restrooms could be a little bit cleaner.
We had a site at the 'older' part, and roads were narrow to drive, also because people with a fifth wheel had to park their car next to their trailer. Our site was not level at all.
The WiFi was instable, but at the moment it was possible to get on the network, it worked fine.
The pool and the spa were ok.
There was a little petting zoo for the children, and they could buy some food for the pets.
We did not hear anything from the road.
After a night of heavy rain, we woke up from children running, biking and skateboarding in a big puddle that was formed in front of our motorhome. - Bisan
Jun 2016 - $50.00
We stayed here for a week with our family (who own a popup), and we were thrilled with this campground. The security was excellent and we had no concerns with our 10 and 12 year old exploring the property. The sites were tight to get in and out of because of the trees, but not to the point of causing a problem. The campground was spotless and the people in the office always greeted us with a smile. The pool area and hot tub was lovely. Our family enjoyed the community firepits. We have no negatives to say about this campground and I have expressed my dissapointment with other campgrounds when I felt it necessary. Good job Oak Grove. - JABJRB
Oct 2016 - $38.00
Campground Woodstock Loop Not Ideal - just an OK stay overnight. We camp in a Little Rig "Tear Drop" style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site ~ so our critique is focused in that area. We were close to restroom/shower building which were ok and typical of state park. No hooks or shelves for your stuff but shower stalls were separate private rooms accessed from outside separate door (unisex style) all tiled walls w/small bench but no rubber mats on floor (wear your clogs). Access to toilets and community sink area through separate door. Area was very messy and dirty - didn't have hooks or shelves for your stuff - no paper towels for visitors use to clean up after themselves - only air dryer and probably reason for it being messy - not a pleasant experience . . Park was very crowded during our stay; sites very close together/cramped very minimal privacy between sites not typical of state park. Gravel site pads fairly level asphalt interior roads. Disclaimer: As I write this review it occurred to me that there might be 2 sections (old & new) and most likely we were in older section sites 117 thru 172 [Woodstock loop]? I Believe the Pine Loop Sites 001 thru 116 might be larger w/more privacy not squeezed and restroom/showers were more modern. - dido
Oct 2016 - $37.00
You must purchase a Michigan State Park "Recreation Passport" - MI Resident $11 and Non-Resident $31. You can buy it at the park office upon arrival. This fee is for a calendar year so, if you buy it in September like we did, you'll only be able to use it for four months. Alternatively Non-Residents can pay a daily fee of $11/day. Additionally, if you reserve online, there is an $8 reservation fee. As others have mentioned, Holland State Park Campground is essentially two different parks. We stayed at the Beach campground so that is what I will discuss. Because we were there off-season, it was about 10% full during the week and about 30% on the weekend. It is an asphalt parking lot. Yes - the spaces are close but you're not on top of each other (in our opinion). You have enough width to park you tow car alongside your coach. I guess it's a matter of what you're used to but we've seen a lot worse! Having said that, I can imagine, if the CG was completely full, it could feel crowded. This park is all about location. While you cannot see the lake from the CG (due to the dunes), you can quickly walk to the beach/water. All hook-ups worked well. Verizon cell and Sprint Mifi worked well. The park does not offer wifi. There are no trees so it was easy to obtain a DirecTV signal. We had lots of rain but did not notice puddling anywhere. Because it was off-season, the office was not staffed even though a sign in the window posted hours which they did not observe. We had to fill out an envelope and deposit it with a check into a box outside the office. Then a ranger came to our campsite later to drop off our Passport and reservation confirmation. We had lots of peace and quiet and found it relaxing. I'm sure, during peak Summer season, it's very different. We would definitely stay here again - even at a busy time. - GottaGoNow
Sep 2016 - $27.00
We called last minute and got a spot on the beach side campground. We didn't have full hookup but we could see Lake Michigan from our spot. Since we had never camped at the beach side, we didn't know there weren't fire pits, many people brought their own. Also it was very windy and since it is a parking lot, no way to anchor our awning, some people had pails of sand to anchor their awning which is what I would do if I camped there again. Not too much traffic or noise, park rangers drove by every hour. - kims929
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Stayed here three nights while we visited Holland, Zeeland and Lake Michigan. Our site was a double wide pull thru at the back of the park and we shared hook ups. Site was fairly level. Due to the season we had plenty of privacy. Lots of room to exercise our Jack Russells. The laundry room is small but machines were in good working order. $2 for large capacity washer. A large number of permanent residents, but sites were fairly neat. We would definitely return for a longer stay. - spikedog
Sep 2015 - $36.00
Seems pretty expensive for the price. The lower rating reflects the bag of garbage I had to clean out of the half full firepit and the not very friendly young woman who checked me in barefoot. Our site was pretty clean otherwise and the park was clean enough except for a few annual sites that looked like a garage sale in a dump. It it well located in a poplar area. - wendie T
Jul 2015 - $36.00
Dutch Treat is a pretty basic campground but offered what we needed while we were in the area for a softball tournament. If you are there for any of the many softball tournaments in the area this campground is located with 15 minutes of the 5 different complexes that are used. Owners were very friendly - let us do a late checkout for only $5. Bathrooms were older but kept clean. Nice pool. We were camping with another family and the sites we were at were set up so that you pulled in in different directions so your doors faced each other. Not sure I would like that if I wasn't camping with the people on the other site though. Overall nice campground and we would stay there again. - Luv To Camp
Aug 2014 - $73.00
The park is way too tight for motorhomes over 40'. The trees are such you cannot make turns without backing several times. The management was unfriendly, the person that checked us in could not tell me where the hookups were, told us to turn on the wrong street thus almost getting stuck between trees. Would not recommend for big rigs, definitely would not return. - Tricia B
Jul 2014 - $55.00
A little too kid friendly for us. It was hard to drive within the park without kids being on the road. Big loud party on Saturday night for the kids. It seems great for families but we would have preferred a quieter, calmer environment. We had a pull-through right near the office, so we could get satellite. Otherwise there are a lot of trees. Although it was technically a pull-through, a 40 foot RV could not make the turn to get out. But backing out was easy as we were right near a huge parking area. Extremely sandy sites and our RV was full of sand, no matter what we did. It was a good location, though, and that's why we chose it. It was a bit further out of town than we expected. Okay data and voice (Verizon) but not great. There was a great trail at the back of the park for nice long walks with the dog. They had a small cafe on site and lots of playground area and things for kids. We've visited this area once and don't see a need to go back, especially with this being so hectic a place to stay and a higher priced RV park. - Danni
Jul 2014 - $55.00
This was not a great place for a long stay. It was adequate, only. We paid a premium for a "patio" site.... it was asphalt paved, which is an improvement over the less expensive dirt/gravel sites. It was a long pull-through with a concrete patio and a fire pit. The area was heavily treed, and the satellite did not work. There was no cable TV available. There was WiFI, but there was a daily charge of $5.00. There were low-hanging tree branches that hit the roof of the coach when we arrived. I asked twice at the office for someone to come by to cut them and no one ever did, so of course they scraped the whole roof of the coach when we departed. The only exit lane is also the dump station lane, so there was a traffic jam in the morning, with campers lined up to leave, but stuck behind campers at the dump station. We loved Grand Haven, and were disappointed that this park was so far from the many bike trails around the town. Would not stay here again. - MerBee
Nov 2016 - $42.00
Campground served our needs for a one night stop and was the only one open in the area. It looked like there were lots of amenities during the season but all were closed for the winter. In my opinion, the overnight price should have reflected the lack of access to the pool and other amenities (but maybe just keeping the water on and sites working in the winter substantiates the high price). All on-site services worked fine and were in good repair. Site was level, nicely wooded, and long and wide enough. Close to town. - Janau NC
Aug 2015 - $33.00
KOA is usually a good value and while some are better than others, you somewhat know what to expect. This KOA was tired and basically seemed uncared for.
It didn't have the neat, tidy appearance, the staff did not follow through on internet and it lacked TLC.
We would not stay here again or recommend it to others. - Cinzia
Jul 2015 - $41.00
It is under new ownership and they are trying to get the infrastructure up to standards. Other than the bugs due to the damp Summer this was an excellent base camp for the area. WiFi and Cell Reception was spotty but from our understanding the WiFi issue is their service provider more than the park itself. We would definitely stay here again. - fil564
Oct 2015 - $28.00
Friendly staff, clean park with a few permanent residents that kept their site well maintained. The park sits on a river so only the sites away from the river have sewer connections all others have to use the "Blue Bucket". I could not use the WIFI and there is no cable. The water was undrinkable as it smelled and contained rust so we used bottle water and our RV's water during our one week stay. They have a playground for the kids, swimming pool, kayaks and a boat launch into the river. - Chuck Forester
Sep 2011 - $38.00
The good: Well maintained and relatively clean, the office staff are friendly, there are sites available on the Grand River and there's a great playground for the kids. The bad: The campground seems to be overrun by permanent residents that really take away from the visual appeal of the park. A lot of old equipment. One resident had a dune buggy. Another one had erected a plastic/PVC tent garage that stuck out into the road. Pets were unleashed. There were permanent residents coming in at midnight with cargo trailers. We camped with a 45' DP. They told us on the phone they could accommodate it with full hookups, but we ended up on a 30 Amp non-sewer site. The roads are gravel and very dusty. We would definitely not stay here again. - Delks
May 2011 - $17.00
Conestoga is well maintained and is a family operated park. We stayed 3 nights and enjoyed a park that has lots of respite from railroad and freeway sounds. The spaces are large and have thick grass. The sites are pretty level and some back up to the Grand River with an excellent view from above. There is a boat ramp and the sites are shady. Staff are friendly and helpful. TV via antenna brings in 6 stations. WI-Fi is good. We will gladly stay here again when in the area. It's about a 35 minute drive from here to downtown Grand Rapids. - Roving RVer
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Owner is a control monster. Rides around looking for a reason to throw you out. Completely rude and obnoxious. Rate way too high for no sewer, 30 amp - not 50 - no cable - bad reception on TV antennae - no pool, and road noise is like parking on the highway. Entrance is the parking lot of a car dealership, literally. DO NOT recommend staying here! - Marsha Smeltzer
May 2016 - $40.00
1st, rate is $40.00 15 or 30 amp service. no 50 amp. Water on site but no sewer. Must use the one dump station. Campground is between train tracks 100 ft to west and highway 100 ft to east. The traffic is terrible and even with air running, you get the noise day and night. Train twice a day whistle blowing. Staff is friendly. Owners are excessively controlling. Rules are stupid, speed limit is 5 mph. Pool has been filled in with cement because to cheap to pay insurance. wifi is weak, had to use data to check bank account balance. TV is poor on antenna and no other options here. Fire in fire ring only but no fire rings available. Check around. MUCH better places to stay for the money. - Dano849
Jul 2015 - $45.00
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! This campground is centrally located to everything that Grand Haven has to offer. The beach is a 5 minute car ride. Downtown shopping and restaurants are close too. Meijer and Wal-Mart are also less than 5 minutes away. It is an older campground but the restrooms/showers are clean. Yes, they do enforce the 5 mph speed limit but as a mother I do appreciate that! I think that a good portion of their sites are for seasonal campers. The campground is located b/t railroad tracks and US 31 but we had no trouble sleeping at night. If I needed a safe place to rest after spending the day at the beach or shopping, I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again! - Gypsymomma
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Many activities for families - barn with goats & chickens, mini golf, wagon rides, fishing pond, snack shop, bingo, crafts. Half of the campground is seasonal so book sites early. Nice new cottages if you are not a "camper". Very friendly campers and owners. We have camped here many times and are looking forward to coming back. - kims929
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This campground was a nightmare. Take them at their word that it is a FAMILY campground. This means a hundred unsupervised children are running the streets from the crack of dawn until midnight. This beautiful Park is ruined by the atmosphere of hillbillies hanging their laundry out, drinking beer for breakfast and having a riot laughing and drinking beer until asked to please be quiet. Visits to the office were met with nods of the head by teenaged girls in charge. We finally left a week early with more vacant stares and no offers of a refund. This is the perfect getaway for a large extended family who love the camping experience with campfires and hayrides. The ponds and pools are beautiful. The other older campers are friendly and sympathetic. The cabins and cottages are awesome. For a class A, the spaces are small with lots of trees to navigate around. Forget using your satellite. - nickypoo
Jun 2012 - $29.00
Love this state park! Right on the beach (Lake Michigan), within walking distance of downtown Grand Haven! Highly recommend but hard to get in to. A very popular place! - User2664
Jun 2010 - $23.00
We stayed 4 nights on a lakefront site and would have liked to have stayed 14. Sure, the sites are tight, but we're in a pop-up, so no problem. The lakefront sites offer a fantastic view. Very large beach area. Not overly crowded in front of the campers. There are a dozen or so family shower/bathrooms that are quite new, very nice for us with our two pre-schoolers. The city of Grand Haven is a nice walk or bike ride down the boardwalk. Beautiful town. There was music in the park and a farmer's market once a week. Just the vacation I'm looking for. No wonder you need to book 6 months out for summertime. Weather was perfect, high of 80 each day. It can get windy. - thewaynetrain
May 2010 - $38.00
Beware, reserving on their web site for the appropriate size site does not guarantee that your rig will fit (our did not) and the fine for "over the line" is $75. We did get to change sites as it was before their season, but if they were full, you would have a problem. Also know that a permit is required for both vehicles in Michigan (we had to tell the clerk about the $6 toad permit), rate listed reflects the cost of the permits. Nice beach park once you get past all the potential hassle. The new shower house is very nice and is kept clean. - CCBrown