15 RV Parks near Climax, Michigan
Aug 2013 - $20.00
Would have given this park a 10 if we had had a sewer hook-up. There is a dump station and since we were only here for 3 nights we were fine. This is a lovely park and close to both Battle Creek and Kalamazoo and points in between. We would stay here again. - User2209
Aug 2009 - $20.00
Nice clean quiet basic park. Spacious grassy sites that are mostly shaded. Each site in the improved area includes accessible water and 20amp/30amp electric hookups, fire ring and picnic table. Two sites are handicapped accessible. There are two playgrounds, a fishing pier, boat landing, beach, two pavilions, horseshoes and disk golf. Firewood is available to purchase. There are paved roads to all the main areas except the rustic camping area. The rest rooms and showers are basic but clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. I will come back and stay here again. - HobbyTalk
Jun 2006 - $20.00
Pretty average campground, part of a larger Kalamazoo County park. 29 sites with water and electric on one loop, 22 rustic in a separate area. Large trees, so most sites get good shade. Water is at every third site, so you may need 75' of hose to reach, 30a and 20a electric is at each site. Within 15 minutes to Binder Park Zoo, and Kellogs Cereal City. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Spent most of our time away, instead of doing camping activities, so no good handle on amenities. Beach was on the other side of the lake as part of the park, would have been a long walk or a short ride. Would return again if going back to Zoo or Cereal City. - Cdash
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
Apr 2011 - $20.00
I was here before the park was ready for the season but they still let me camp for a week anyway. The bath facilities were not open yet. This is very typical of the Michigan State Park system: ie, kind of rustic, no frills, which is the way it should be. The staff was great. Roads are paved (very rough coming in) and the campsites are grass/gravel and they are spaced quite a distance apart. If you are looking for an upscale RV resort with all the bells and whistles, well, this might not be the best place. However, it is one of only a very few campgrounds in the area. This is a good place if you enjoy the woods and nature kind of thing. If in the area, I'd sign up to stay again. - Jake67
Aug 2012 - $35.00
This is a very nice, clean, friendly campground. The owner is helpful and friendly and will give you a cell phone # when you make your reservation so you can call him upon arrival for guidance to your site. I didn't give this a higher rating because it does not have Wi-fi, the playground equipment is getting old, and the showers/restrooms are dated. However, the pool is very nice and well kept. This is the second time we stayed here and we plan to stay again next year when in the area, so it is much more than adequate. Note that this is a cash only campground (no credit cards). - JB in Indy
Jul 2016 - $26.00
What a lovely park! We were looking for a one night stopover on our way north to the Soo Locks. We pulled in with no reservations and were treated like a welcome friend! Staff was very friendly and helpful, despite working in 100* heat. They saw we had two small dogs and suggested a site with the most shade to make things easier for the dogs! Sites are concrete slab and lovely grass with picnic table and fire pit. Power pole was quaint little lighthouse looking thing with low voltage lighting that was lovely at night. There is a nice lake for swimming. It is fairly new and the trees are a little young so shade is not what it would be with mature trees, but lovely none the less. Park is spotless and well groomed. Would have loved spending a couple days here. Will definitely stay here again. - oosuzieqr
Oct 2015 - $190.00
Very clean, nice county park close to Kalamazoo. Has a spring fed lake with fishing, bike path, cement pads, full hookups, all for $26.00 nite. No cable But good TV over air reception. No WiFi
Easy access off I-131 take exit 44 or D Avenue to north westnedge Ave the go south about 2-3 miles. Make reservations on weekends - Casy
Aug 2015 - $27.00
A county park this beautiful !!?? What a great find. It's quiet, spacious, long pull-throughs, clean bathrooms, places to walk, bike and run. A lake that you can swim in. Quiet at night. No WiFi. Water pressure was good. A very nice place to stay for a restful couple of days. Lots of staff around to make sure the place is clean and safe. Oh, when you arrive from the south, you have to swing WAY wide to turn right into the park. It's more than a 90 degree turn. - Lastrick
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
Jul 2007 - $30.00
Some dogs are not allowed as pets. Most 50 A and sewer connection sites are taken early by seasonal campers. Approximately 20 satellite-friendly sites. Very clean large grassy campsites with fire rings, picnic tables and chipmunks. Sanitary dump station with flush hose available. Also local black/grey tank pump service available. This park is very friendly, very quiet, with three camping areas spread out among 300 acres of cornfields and connected with paved roads. Private lake front has boat ramp and channel out to main lake. Three separate shower facilities with one handicapped accessible. On site oak and hickory firewood sales. Many on site activities. - jwkinneyjr
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
Apr 2017 - $50.00
Good family camping park. Sites level gravel with patio and fire ring. Campground has pools, store, clean restrooms/showers, fishing pond, access to the petting zoo, playground, gift shops, restaurant with dinner-theater all next door at Cornwell's Turkeyville. FHU's and some sites pull through, others back-in. - rvrrat520
Nov 2016 - $38.00
NOT a resort but nice rv park for a restful stop. 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 did get close to restroom/shower [2nd row] but had to walk thru other sites to get there ~ no pathway through ~ the walk around to end of row was not convenient. This is a newer park built 2011 so everything is updated, modern, and nice. Shower/restroom building (only one) is also shared by pool guests - showers in separate rooms and private wing are very large surrounded by tall concrete walls. Each have a small bench and 2 wall hooks, but no shelves for your stuff except for wire shelf in shower for soap and shampoo ~ thank goodness for that. Rubber mats on floor but spray from shower soaks the floor. No ventilation - thought odd for new building. ~ Restrooms in separate area wing are communal - very roomy w/5 sinks and modern. But no paper towels for camper to use for clean up after use, only air dryers for hands and again no hooks or shelves for your stuff. Of course new washer/dryers ~ very nice area to do your clothes New campground all gravel roadways and pads [a few concrete] lots of grassy area but no trees - only a couple of young ones totally out in open under hot sun no shade anywhere [they need to plant lots more trees] nice swimming pool though to help cool off. All sites are well spaced far apart for privacy - not squeezed together - each with picnic table and fire ring. Wanted to use our patio mat on the grass and gravel adjacent to our rv but camp management would not allow it - upsetting. - dido
Oct 2016 - $48.00
This park is well designed, friendly people, accommodating.
Fairly new (4 yrs.+) Well maintained, great public facilities. Live turkeys roaming by restaurant (which has excellent food). Excellent gift shop, Ice cream parlor, and theater. Lot's to do here. Many activities for kids like tractor pull hay ride, mini train ride etc.
Live goats and donkeys to see. We have stayed here twice in last 6 months. - Bill H. M.
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
Aug 2015 - $20.00
This park primarily has seasonally campers. Not big rig friendly our 42 ft motor home was difficult to get in and out. Lots of pine trees so it was required to sweep the roof and slide covers before we left. - Buspuppies
Jun 2015 - $27.00
We stayed here with our church group. This is mostly a seasonal campground as there are many people here for that on this small lake. They have about 30+ campsites for weekenders or travelers. As they seem to fill up on weekends call ahead to get a site. The sites are just 30 amp and water for our type of unit. They do have a few sites with full hook ups but do charge more for the sewer. Extra people are also another charge. We have enjoyed coming here for a weekend campout for several years. - MINomad