15 RV Parks near Bellevue, Michigan
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bellevue. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bellevue in the left hand column.
Sites: 82 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $12.00
So beautiful here. Spacious and well maintained. A couple of miles of dirt roads, but worth it. The most quiet RV park we've stayed in. The name says travel trailers, but mostly big rigs and big travel trailers and fifth wheels. We would definitely stay here again in our 40' fifth wheel. Back-ins, but lots of room so no problems. No wash areas so you have to be self contained unless you don't mind outhouses. The only thing I missed was a pool. It said WiFi in the Passport America book, but it never showed up for us. - Ginny H
Aug 2015 - $23.00
This was a good park to overnight, however the only had 1 pull thru site that was level & big enough for 40ft MH. Good electric & water service. After we had used dump station owner's son said we owed $10.00 so we paid. $3.oo for AC so site actually cost $33.00. Have 2 port-a-potty & no showers that we saw. Nice sandy beach & boat & raft rental. - Driftr
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This is a nice little park for an overnight stay or a few days. We had a waterfront site with excellent views. It has large spots that are fairly level. They offer boat rental, and have an ice cream bar and a small store.There is an extra three dollar charge if you want to use your A/C. It is not too far off the interstate and is easy to locate. - acadiandave
Jun 2018 - $45.00
Best RV park so far in our 10 years of traveling every summer! Very easy to maneuver, large sites that are very level! Plenty of room between sites. No low hanging tree branches! Pristine land scaping - very clean. Modern restrooms - very clean. Modern laundry room. Great staff. Great wifi. Cable TV! Hook up tower clean - no spider webs!! No dripping water spigot! Sites are gravel but hard packed and level. - CSM Carolyn
May 2018 - $38.00
Fairly new looking developed park on rolling ex farm land. Gravel roads and drives with new concrete patios. Nice amenities. Friendly staff. Clean and cared for. Will be nicely treed once young trees grow. - Kts22
May 2018 - $45.00
The campground is easy access from I-69 with hard packed gravel roads which were a bit wet when we arrived. The area had quite a bit of rain over several days and although the sites were dry enough, it was quite muddy just off the gravel road bed. The roads are mostly single lane but wide enough to get around the park. We drive a 45 foot MH with a tow and were easily able to navigate into, through, and out of the grounds. The sites are reasonable wide, some with a concrete patio. Most are fairly level although some portions of the campground are a bit sloped. There is grass between sites which are placed a comfortable distance apart. Utilities are placed to the middle of the site and worked well. Water pressure was average. We were unable to connect to the Wi-Fi and ended up using our Verizon hotspot, which had three bar reception. We did not utilize the laundry, rest rooms, or cable so are unable to comment on that. There is no defined dog park but the grounds are open and there are plenty of places for walking the dog. Staff were very friendly and helpful both in person and on the phone. The CG is relatively open with many young trees placed along the grounds and sites. It is far enough from the highway to be quiet and peaceful. We were there on a rainy, dreary weekend so most folks were in their respective RVs. Their season calendar reflected many activities for children and campers. We would stay again if we are in the area. - LvR
Oct 2017 - $15.00
I strongly advise that you find a different park. Planned to stay 5 nights, left after 1.
We needed a place to stay for the week near Grand Rapids. Unfortunately, a lot of campgrounds in this area are closed by mid-October and we're on a budget, so our options were limited. Found this park on the Passport America website, and planned to stay for the week, but foolishly did not call ahead to confirm any details. Turns out there are new owners and they don't care for PA, but haven't bothered to take their info off the site. They did honor the discount for our first and only night, which is the only acceptable thing about this experience.
The park is almost completely filled with permanent residents and almost every site is littered with junk. The trailers are old and unkempt (some displaying confederate flags), the 'pond' looked like waste water, all the play equipment is falling apart, and the locals are haggard and unfriendly. Very dismal scene.
We wanted to leave as soon as we set up and realized what this place was. Thankfully, we were meeting some family in GR, so we didn't have to stay long. We got home late, and left early the next morning. They want $30/night for this place when you can find a park 20min from downtown GR for $35/night.
We had FHU. Verizon was no good. - Unknown_Normal
Aug 2017 - $15.00
New owners to an old park that was shut down years ago. Nice park with lots of new things like a 52' water slide and plans for a zipline in the future. Everything works fine as the new owners had to repair or replace 27 safety items before the opening this summer. Plans for 50 amp at all the full hook up sites. Sewer hook up is toward the front so we needed (and had) lots of hose. - magic
Jun 2015 - $20.00
When we arrived this year (we have grandkids in the area), we found that one of the trees had fallen just a few days earlier and was less than 24 hours from when people were camping in that spot. We also found out that some or all of the others have tree rot.
This year, the regular camp host has quit and nothing is getting done ....
It's still $20 a night with less amenities
Enough is enough, we're out of here ! ! ! - magic
Jun 2014 - $20.00
Please note new rate. This is a basic park and the rates this year went up by 33% without any changes. No extra anything, just the same water every 6th space or so, 30 amp max, and some sites with only 20. We will stay here again, unless we can find something else in the area. - magic
Jul 2013 - $15.00
Water is scattered throughout, so long hoses are needed. For a few days, good place to stop. - PugetSound
Jul 2015 - $20.00
I had called ahead to ask if there was availability. When I arrived the lady running the office had to call the groundskeeper a few times to find a suitable site. There was some confusion but another rv'er told me where there was a 50A plug. I ended up parking beside a building under some huge trees, had 50A service, water and was able to get my portable Direct TV dish locked in.
It is very quiet (a few trains, but not many) and I had a shady spot for most of the day. I would stay again if passing thru the area. - mrracechaser
May 2006 - $15.00
Other review is accurate. Great Rest rooms/Shower house. Most sites only have electric (20 amp only) water in very few locations. No other services available. Good spot for event in the area. - Mushroom
Mar 2005 - $10.00
This is an excellent example of a County/City park. There is a wide variety of sites from big spacious to small very shaded. This is a fairgrounds that has paved roads. There is little to do unless there is an event going on. We use this park for single overnights or event. A much more pleasant alternative to other parks in the area. Call ahead if you are coming in after hours. - Mushroom
Jul 2012 - $35.00
A camp with potential. Unfortunately, it is just not there yet. Give it 5 years and it will probably be a nice site. Friendly and helpful staff. Rough on big rigs, the roads are gravel that really needs smoothing. No Wi-Fi. 30 amp service only. Wouldn't recommend for motorhomes or large 5th Wheels. - bdixon2297526
Jul 2012 - $30.00
If you're looking for a nice family campground, then this is the place. Indoor swimming, Rec room, a swimming pond, fishing ponds, basketball, tennis, hiking, biking, disc golf, etc. The restrooms were questionable. One had a huge bees nest. If they were checked regularly, it would have been noticed. If you have a noise rule after a certain hour, it should be enforced. We called to complain at 4am and nothing was done about it. I agree with the previous post. It has great potential. Just needs to be better managed. - BC4LIFE
Jun 2011 - $30.00
Good friendly place to stay. A little high priced, but a nice campground with lots to do. Only downfall is no sewer system, but they do have a honey wagon that will pump you out for an extra $6.00 if done during the week and not on Wed. Weekends and Wednesdays are more expensive. - Rae Rice
Sep 2008 - $27.00
We always stay here as a last stop as we travel home to Ontario from the west. Most of the sites are permanent and you get the feeling of being an outsider. But that's OK, the park is well supervised, the washrooms are old but clean, the sites are level and its quiet. We prefer the sites on the west side of the park overlooking the lake. - Stan Wigg
Jun 2007 - $29.00
Campsites were okay, just very dirty and dusty. Nice site for a weekend. Needs updated. - GMcComb
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Nice State Park with good space between campsites. As with many of the State Park campgrounds in Michigan the sites were electric only. Many of the sites were getting a bit overgrown with brush and tree limbs. Could use some trimming. Our site was rated for up to a 45' RV but the tree branches hanging down limited access. - RoadtripImages dot com
Aug 2016 - $23.00
After reading some of these reviews, I was starting to wonder if I was in the same park. This place is gorgeous. Huge sites with lots of privacy. We were in site 119, next to the bathrooms and had no issues except for a rude dog owner who didn't scoop. - MSSW
Apr 2012 - $21.00
We stayed in this park while we were handling some family business in the area. Great value for the money. Roads coming in were quite rough, they are supposed to be resurfaced soon. Nice big and private sites. Many hiking, equestrian, and biking trails. We would definitely stay at this park again. - User2106
Sep 2016 - $20.00
This park is actually located on the grounds of the Gilmore Car Museum and its primary use is as an overnight parking area for those wanting to visit the museum. A museum visit can easily span 2 days, so it is nice to spend the night without having to leave the grounds.
The museum spans 75 acres and is the largest of its kind in the US.
There is adequate space for 6 RVs and electrical service is limited to 20 amp service. Other than that, it is essentially dry camping. No dump site on the grounds.
There is an original 1960s Diner on the grounds that serves good food from a limited menu. - Lakewood90