23 Parks near Flint, Michigan
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 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
Jun 2016 - $38.00
We chose this campground as a one night stopover on the trip to get to the other side of Michigan. There were a lot of mobile homes as well as campers that were full time. Even so it was a very nice looking campground and well maintained. It was also very large with a couple of lakes and a 9 hole golf course.
Our site was grass but very level. There was no cable but the OTA channels were plenty for 1 night. No wifi though.
We would stay again for a longer visit. - John Borajkiewicz
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Nice place. We visit there every year with our travel group. Very clean, friendly and safe. - campnaples
May 2015 - $32.00
This family owned/operated park is almost completely used by permanent/seasonal "park models" or RVs. The park is kept in very good condition, paved roads, concrete sites, with many of the residents adding tasteful landscaping. There is one area that is set aside primarily for non-permanent travelers. This area is open and flat, with concrete pads/patios, full hook-ups, cement fire rings, picnic tables, and a large common pavilion (with electric and picnic tables) that is available for use free of charge (reserve at office). There is a beach area (drive there). The owners are building a beautiful lodge which will make a very nice addition. Plenty of water for (non-motor) boating/fishing, and a 9-hole golf course ($). The main drawback to this facility is that there are no restrooms for visitors. - RV-ing Mom
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 2007 - $40.00
This is a very nice park with a courteous staff, they do not allow alcohol and are very adamant about it. We had a great time and will return “when we camp with our friends that don’t like to drink” - munchkinn
Sep 2006 - $32.00
Very clean, quiet campground with very nice staff. Our site was small, but accommodated our 39 ft 5th wheel with slides on both sides. Very clean, modern bathroom and shower facilities. There are 2 playgrounds for the kids along with a barn with an arcade, pool tables and summer time family activities. The beach was closed when we were there in the fall, but it looked like it was well cared for. They had a honeywagon service and picked up our trash nightly. No alcohol allowed, but no one seemed to mind. There isn't much to do in the surrounding area, but plenty to keep the kids entertained in the campground for a long weekend. - LilDarlin1972
Sep 2006 - $22.00
Very nice, family oriented, no-alcohol allowed at this park. Hosts were very courteous. Recommend this park. - Scoutmaster253
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
Jun 2015 - $10.00
This is a private Outdoor Adventures membership campground. Great for families as there is lots to do for children and adults. Two beaches to a nice size pond. Two outdoor pools and one indoor heated pool. Full hookup and 50 amp electric. Fishing, kayaking, putt-putt, crafts. Can fill up fast and you must have a reservation. Level sites some shade some sun. Cabins are available for great prices with membership. WiFi doesn't work real well but cable brings in 24 stations. - Tricia M.
Apr 2014 - $30.00
Very happy with our stay. This was our first camping trip for the season, but very enjoyable. Staff was nice and facilities very nice. The putt-putt golf was no additional charge. Walked the trails. We will definitely come back. - MrRemote
Apr 2014 - $38.00
We thought it would be a good idea to check this campground out before we reserved a site and I'm glad we did just that. This is a older campground which could use a lot of updating. Yes, it looks and sounds great for the younger families with smaller trailers but that's about it. The roads are dirt so when it rains it gets mucky. They were working on the campgrounds and I do admit that when we visited it was there first day after a ruff winter. Also, there was a faint smell of cow manure in the air. - trails2hike
Oct 2010 - $20.00
We went here as the last camp out of the year in October. The campground closed the day we left and we will not be back each year. The park was clean, including all of the restrooms, showers, office and store. There were no rentals of canoe or boats as the season in Michigan was ending. We were greeted very well and treated fantastic by the owner and his help. The sites are varied with most all grass and quite level. You are not dictated as to the exact placement of your rig and can 'circle the wagons' of a small group on adjoining sites. If you are looking for a quiet park with great treatment then come here and enjoy the park. - dalenoel
Oct 2010 - $20.00
We were in the park for the last three days of their season. Very few people in the park but we still got the best treatment with a very clean park and friendly service. Since we were late in the season it was only $20 per night. - dalenoel
Aug 2016 - $60.00
We have been to this park three times in as many years. This year, it is under new management, but other than the sign stating "New Management", it doesn't appear as if anything has changed really. The park has a ton of potential. They have a lot of kids activities, some included with your stay, some not. When we tried to upgrade the activities package for our kids, we couldn't get two employees to give us the same price. We were told $10 per kid when we checked in (we were tired from traveling and just wanted to get camp ready), then it became $20 per kid the next morning when we went up there to purchase it. We ended up not upgrading. The pool was closed the first day, but the employees ran a squirt gun wagon ride anytime a kid asked for it, so that was nice. Firewood was dry and delivered to your site. Sites were very unlevel, even for a premium site. Some sites were oddly placed, trees, fire pits, etc. Manager drove around continuously checking in and waving. A lot of young people in the office, never saw anyone over 25 that was a worker. This park needs some TLC and I think if the new management puts the work and money in, it could be a really nice park. We would return here, but it isn't a destination campground. Don't have high expectations of a KOA park, it is a campground that is dated and needs work. - bloomis
Apr 2016 - $41.00
Looks like this park is under new management. The wifi and cable TV were not very good. It appears that there a few full time residents in the park. There was a bit of noise from the Interstate but we've heard much worse. There's a gas station across the highway from the park with a well equipped store. - 69636
Jul 2015 - $42.00
This campground nowhere fits what I would deem to meet the criteria worthy of being called a KOA affiliate.
When I checked in I was not informed that the water for the bathhouses and laundry were not available due to the Dept of Health shutting them down. I did some research on reviews and found that the water had been shut off due to E Coli a month prior. Had this been disclosed, we would have gone somewhere else. I only discovered this when I went to do laundry. We were extremely nervous to drink the water or use the pool as a result. The main reason we chose KOA as we travel full time in the summer is to use laundry and bathhouse facilities.
The WiFi was not working at all- Not spotty, non-existent.
The sites were not only "un-level", they had HILLS in the center of the pull through which made it impossible to level. (Due to the water issue, many of the sites were not available).
The grass was covered in ragweed and there were piles of garbage in the vacant fire rings. The picnic table was falling apart.
I have never felt the need to research a KOA prior to stay, because they have consistently been acceptable. Some better than others, but certainly not a Dump like this place. I know better now to do some homework on all campgrounds now. Oddly, I did not get an email to review this campground like I have for others. This was the worst of any campground I've ever been to. - OurRVLife
May 2007 - $42.00
To stay here, loving children is a must! This CG is geared around the kids with activities available around the clock and impressive play structures. Most sites were grassy, shaded, and level. Be prepared to pay extra for the activities - the outdoor pool (heated by God) is free though! There is only one dump station so it may be a good idea to take them up on their Honey wagon service for $5. I rated the park at a seven because I felt for the price we paid we should have received more (sewer/cable/wireless/etc) and could use a bit of modernizing/fixing up. - mister_d
Aug 2005 - $38.00
This is a family campground with very few seasonals (I saw less than 10). They have lots of activities for kids all day long; however, some cost extra (2-5 dollars each child) so be prepared. They have two bathroom facilities, both are relatively clean however the one by the pool gets far more use but does not appear to get more cleaning so it was always the dirtier of the two. Sites are large with plenty of shade. The kids had a blast here. - martydtw
May 2005 - $38.00
This campground is geared for the family. Having 3 young children, many activities were provided to keep them entertained. The sites are fairly well-sized (some are smaller than others) and the staff is always available and courteous. Unfortunately, there is no full hook-up but a honey wagon service is available. The park is very clean and the facilities appear to be well taken care of. - gmprill
Aug 2016 - $40.00
This is a beautiful park in a natural setting with a lake. It is extremely clean and well maintained. Big rig sites are long enough for a 45 footer to fit nicely. Tow Parking is provided in a separate area next to each motorhome site. This is a great place for kids even though we didn't bring any. They have mini-golf, zip lining, boat and bike rental, and many different playground areas. Lots of green grass for kids and dogs to run and play. - Couch9748
Aug 2015 - $40.00
There was significant road noise during the day from our site (#81). However, at night it was quiet. There is an abundance of amenities at this park including play areas, hiking trails (paved), paddle boats, vending machine, a restaurant and geocaches! - Summer Minnesotan
Jun 2014 - $40.00
Excellent campground, sites are large, very pet friendly as they even have police horses walking around. Most sites are first come first serve, we went 3 weeks before a big holiday and rented a site for 1 month so we knew we had the site for the holiday. No full hook up sites and no camp store are the only downfalls or I would have rated it a 10. Showers you have to pay to use ($.25/5 minutes). - Jayco2014
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
Jun 2011 - $21.00
There are four loops so you can decided if you want to be in mostly full sun (Maple Loop), part sun/shade (Oak Loop), or heavily wooded (Hickory and Trillium Loops). I was in Maple Loop and loved it. Had heavy greenery all around, but clear enough skies for satellite TV from rooftop of the motorhome. Lots of elbow room between sites. Heron Lake and the beach down the road is great with boat rentals, little store, etc. Would definitely return here! - Journeyer