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8 RV Parks near Birmingham, Michigan
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Birmingham. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Birmingham in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $24.00
I went during harvest weekend and it was great! Although it was raining on and off, the campground host provided entertainment . The trick n treating for kids was awesome. I would do it again. - NettaDS
Jul 2018 - $30.00
We picked here because it was close to family. Nice park - a little noisy with late (after 10) night activities (People sitting around fires talking, kids riding bikes to bathrooms, etc) but not bad. Our particular site wasn't grassy and had lots of sand/dirt - but it was underneath a large shade tree. Can't have everything! The campers behind us brought an Xmas laser projector and it looked like the whole tree had fireflies in it - pretty cool. - RosalitaAS
Jun 2017 - $25.00
I have never stayed in such a CLEAN state park!!! The restrooms were immaculate!!! It seemed that staff was constantly cleaning them. Individual showers with great temperature control was much appreciated. The sites were small and there was not much privacy between sites, but we thoroughly enjoyed the friendliness of the campground host and the activities that were offered. - dexie
Jun 2018 - $22.00
We have been here several times since it is the best and closest location to the Pontiac/Detroit metro area. That said, the 30 amp electricity is ancient and you will definitely need an extension cord, many of the lots are unlevel, they do not trim the trees in the road leading around the campground, and there is only one dump station for the whole park. Be careful on your lot selection and it can be a good spot. Quiet during the week. Lots of kids on the weekends. Site 159 is a level open site with morning shade. - Freedom Bus
Oct 2016 - $3.00
My husband and I love this state park. The private sites are great. A nice quiet park. - 1Airstream
Jul 2016 - $19.00
We were looking for a campground near DTE Energy Music Theatre. We planned to attend a concert and wanted a short drive back to a campground. We are self-contained and don't use the facilities, except for an occasional shower. We stayed during the week.
This campground is quite nice and an easy 10 mile drive to/from DTE Theatre. The campground staff was friendly and helpful and the park was clean and well maintained. There is a variety of campsites - larger, small, combined, shaded, partial shade, full sun, private, open. There is no WiFi. Cell coverage for AT&T and Verizon is adequate. The showers were good. - dsvt
Jul 2017 - $45.00
Wow, what a terrific park this is! There are expansive green lawns between sites with nice trees in the C loop (not so many in the A and B loops). Cement pads, places to park two cars, 50 amp service, great picnic areas, very friendly hosts at the gate. It has a laundry too. We wanted to change sites (lots of small noisy children next door) and they were totally accommodating. We cannot recommend this highly enough. - twestover
May 2017 - $38.00
Weather was miserable but the campground cleanliness and layout made up for it. Beautiful park with scenic views and easy walk ability. However, even with the cold rain the mosquitoes were evident and I can only imagine due to low, shady and swampy spots within the park that it can get quite "buggy". Yurts and cabins for rent also. Yurts were in the low swampy spot but the cabins were placed adjacent to the lake and had a great sunset view. - Hidden Barb
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Stayed here for 10 nights (end of July - early August 2016). Good value for money. Accommodating staff. Very rough roads leading to the multiple campground areas. Lots of family things to do during your stay ; make sure you ask for the coupon book if you are staying longer than 6 days (good for "free" honey wagon visit on Wednesdays).
Only problem I had is that they messed up my reservations (wife and I, and another couple/camper). We had specifically requested SHADE (made reservation 7 weeks prior) and they gave us total sun with a few 8 foot saplings near by. They had significant difficulty finding us appropriate campsites (due to our length of stay and how busy they are on weekends). They gave us a bundle of firewood for our trouble (nice).
They DO have WIFI, which was VERY GOOD, strong signal and acceptable internet response .... very nice surprise. - wcraig
Sep 2018 - $55.00
Great park, well maintained but huge. Staff was great. They took us to our site and came by about an hour later to check in on us. The Road is dirt, and we came in a rain storm and it was not nearly as bad as some have stated. The only issue is at night the park is huge and it is about 3 miles around, there are no lights at night and you do not have any signs that light up, you can barely see them, they could use better signage for coming back when dark other then that a great park. - tazman1953
Sep 2018 - $26.00
We spent 3-1/2 months here at a seasonal, monthly rate. Electric is additional. This is a lovely gem just outside major city limits. It's 2 miles of dirt road from the paved main road entrance so be prepared for lots of dusty cars! There are 4 lakes and they limit their seasonal guests. There are probably 40% of the site's that are yearly rentals and it's very heavy on locals who just come out to enjoy the lakes on the weekends. Our site had 3 huge shade trees which kept us cool during the hot summer but we were unable to get a satellite signal so we put our Direct on vacation hold. We were able to pick up limited local channels with our antenna. All the staff was friendly and helpful. Lots of planned family activities on the weekends. Grounds are immaculate. We are originally from this area so we spent a lot of time visiting family & friends but there's lots of nice attractions nearby. - monamonaco
Aug 2018 - $50.00
Nice park with lots of lakes. Park is full of almost full-timers. Lots of planned activities. We had fun. Some 50amp sites are shaded but all taken by full-timers. The rest are in the open. Dirt road into park is bad and muddy as is the roads in the park. Our site was at the far end, so WiFi was non-existent. And we had to drive to the office or restroom. Over priced but, Would stay again if closer to WiFi. - newbies2016
Jun 2017 - $36.00
Our stay here was due to availability in the Metro-Detroit area. PROS: Many amenities and family oriented activities. Paved Roads and campsites. Mature trees on electric-only sites (but planted in the center of the site rather than between sites). Observed security / staff handling pet complaints, loud music violations, and water disruption in full hookup area. Observed staff actively trying to keep grounds and bathrooms clean. CONS: Not a campground to visit if you like peace and quiet to "get away from it all". This is a commercialized urban version of camping for city dwellers. The only legitimate camping features are the nearby lakes and rusty hard water. Multiple sites not observing camp rules with complete disregard to others (dogs in no-pet areas, not flushing toilets, unsupervised very young children, loud music, screaming and yelling, etc.). Disruptions do not differ from weekend to weekday; they just intensify on the weekends. - Blue Collar Lady
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Do yourself a favor and stay somewhere else. Unless you prefer the sounds of babies crying, dogs barking, and car horns all day and night as well as the feeling of being squished in like sardines and a vaguely uneasiness that your car will be broken into while you sleep. This place is HUGE and has dozens of permanent residents, many of whom live in tents or the weird tarp buildings that the camp has built over by the lake. In addition to these sad tent cities, there is also a huge trailer park in the back full of falling down trailers. Also the water was visibly reddish and rusty and smelled and tasted bad. The worst part was that we picked this place because it had a pool and we promised our kids a pool at the next stop in our journey to the east coast, except that when we got there we were turned around and told "No floaties in the pool." Okay, fine I thought, as we were carrying pool noodles and a blow up animal ring, I could understand not allowing those. However, we were rudely told by the young staffer that this rule ALSO included the "floaties" they were wearing. What they were wearing were those foam, clip-on flotation armies that also go across the front of the body called "Puddle Jumpers." They would sink without them! These are neither "floaties" nor are they toys of any sort. They should be considered part of their swimming attire and are in NO way bothering the pool or any other swimmers. This rule is ridiculous and designed ONLY to sneakily keep kids out of the pool. I am appalled and really mad. - Zoey Katz
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Little difficult to get to off the interstate due to all the construction on the interstates around Detriot this year. IF you are looking for a quiet stay for a week this is it. Nice sites, lake, and a 27 hole championship course for $25/cart for seniors. Little driving for the sites but you are in a really nice community and very clean Not far off the interstate if heading up north. - Barber1998
May 2017 - $55.00
This used to be one of our favorite places to stay but all that changed this year. They need to keep up with maintenance. The shower / restrooms were filthy. I walked in and walked right back out. Trees need trimming. Staff is very friendly, pond is nice and a small petting zoo but no amenities. The park just isn't worth the money. They won't take credit cards either. Won't be back until they make some changes. - Chip Lyn
Aug 2016 - $15.00
I absolutely LOVE this place. I've been here over 30 days on a grass full hookup lot. Staff is like family. They exceeded my expectations on a busy camp weekend by staying open really late for check in. I take walks, feed/talk to all of the animals, and enjoy the amazing night sky. I can't get enough of this place. I will definitely return. - KimmieK
Jul 2016 - $55.00
Very nice neat campground. Owners were very nice and helpful. Nice playground, beach, and fun petting zoo. Also nice walk around lake. Our site overlooked green open space and the lake. There are park models here but they are very well kept. Only down side is lots are not real wide but there are pine trees between sites. Highly recommend. - jlwolfen
May 2017 - $28.00
This is our most frequently visited park. It is not far down the road from us, but provides a true up-north camping trip feel, without the long drive north. We generally stay in one of three sites in the Trillium Loop as we like the heavily wooded sites. There are many site styles around the park and offers a bit for everyone. Most sites are heavily compacted dirt, and the MiDNR does a great job detailing out any slope issues. The Park Rangers also do a great job circling through to ensure that quieter hours and fellow campers are being considerate of others. This is helpful as the park seems to be popular for out of towners wanting to camp after attending concerts at DTE. - TravelingKohns
Oct 2015 - $25.00
We stayed here for halloween camping. It was a fun time, people go all out for halloween camping at this park It is a nice, quiet, clean park. good electrical, and our site was pretty level and good size. Never felt crowded there. The only drawback is that there are no water hookups. Theres a spigot near but, I had to make sure my camper was full before I left home. Park rangers were friendly and helpful. It was an enjoyable experience. - Greaseman93
Jul 2014 - $22.00
We came to this park three years in a row for popup portal rally. 2014 was big year of changes. The park blacktopped 90% of the roads and leveled 90% of lots! It's best accomplishment was all new shower/bath houses. We pay more now but it shows they using the fees wisely. We will be back in 2015. Also they added more handicapped camp spaces too. - rodoloman