The magnificent Mackinac Island is located in Lake Huron, Michigan. The majority of the island is covered by the astonishing Mackinac Island State Park. Camping is a popular way of life in this state. Consequently, many Mackinac Island visitors are startled to learn that there are no vehicles on the wonderful landmass. Luckily, there are still unique camping spots nearby where tourists can enjoy an outdoor holiday while still visiting all of the island's marvelous attractions by bike, horse carriage, or on foot. The following are the top 10 campsites and parks in Mackinac Island, Michigan.

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10 Loons Point RV Park & Campground

Campers may stay at the dazzling Loons Point RV Park & Campground for a unique Northern Michigan vacation. Travelers can visit the beautiful Mackinac Bridge and numerous other breathtaking sites that are close to this stunning campsite.

  • Accommodation options: A guest home, a cottage, camper trailers, RVs, boats, or tents.
  • Amenities: Laundry, picnic tables, dump station, firewood and fire rings, and boat docks.
  • Activities: Paddleboarding, canoeing, and kayaking.

9 Mackinaw City / Mackinac Island KOA Journey

The enchanting Mackinaw City / Mackinac Island KOA Journey, which features amazing woodland campsites and an enjoyable heated pool, is another local KOA campground. It also provides free transport to the island by ferries. A wonderful clear water pool is also available and opens from Memorial Day weekend through the Labor Day holiday.

  • Accommodation options: Full hookups, RV, cottages, and tent sites.
  • Amenities: cable TV, Wi-Fi.

8 Straits State Park

Straits State Park has approximately spectacular views of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge. This splendid park features a campsite where people may reserve a spot for a very affordable price. There is also a marvelous cottage available for rent. The park, located on the shores of Lake Huron, is a favorite place for birdwatchers in the fall and spring.

  • Rental prices: $20 to $34, depending on the season.

7 Tiki RV Park & Campground, St. Ignace

The amazing Tiki RV Park & Campground is in St. Ignace, nestled among mesmerizing white pine trees and next to the Mackinac Island ferry docks. This is a family-owned and pet-friendly park within walking distance from the bewitching lake and the core of St. Ignace. Aside from RV camping, tourists can also rent a tiki hut yurt for an exceptional glamping experience.

  • Amenities: Wi-Fi, bathrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.

6 Pine Forest Tent

The tent is a 16-foot-diameter on a beautiful overgrown Christmas tree farm. This marvelous tent offers an exceptional fancy queen bed with linens. An outhouse and a pump are available to fill the jugs with drinking water.

  • Nearby places to visit : The magnificent Lake Michigan (4.8 Km/ 3 miles), the magical Wilderness State Park (9.65 Km/ 6 miles), the astonishing Mackinaw City (19.3 Km/12 miles), the bewitching Cross Village (19.3 Km/12 miles), and the astounding Petoskey (37 Km/23 miles).

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5 Camp Darling

Tourists can pitch their tent on a wonderful, private campground deep among jaw-dropping woodland paths in the radiant Camp Darling. They will find themselves immersed in hypnotic nature yet conveniently located near town. Campers need to walk for a few minutes to arrive at their location to reach their captivating destination. There is a huge open field at the trailhead that will be clearly identified with a sign. Landowners are so friendly and available for any help at any time.

4 Lakeside Rustic Camping

Tourists and adventurers can pack and get ready for a unique experience halfway between Mackinaw City and Harbor Springs. They can pitch their tents and listen to the dreamy waves of the charming Lake Michigan's Sturgeon Bay. Glowing sunsets are also waiting for them. The famed Legs Inn in Cross Village is a short walk away if visitors change their minds and would like to spend their night there.

3 Tee Pee Campground

The Tee Pee Campground, located a mile from Mackinaw City, welcomes both RVs and tents. You may receive free shuttles to the ferries and reduced ferry tickets from here. This is a private, family-owned campsite with beautiful views and a handy location. It's a pet-friendly campground with a camp shop, gaming room, a local walking route, nightly beach bonfires, and 20/30/50-amp hookups. It's a no-frills, well-kept campsite with a calm atmosphere and all you need to be comfortable.

2 Castle Rock Lakefront Mackinac Trail Campground

The ideal Castle Rock Lakefront Mackinac Trail Campground is an excellent alternative for those who want to stay close to Mackinac Island. Tourists will love being directly on the appealing lake in St. Ignace. It is advisable to reserve before taking the trip. When campers stay here, they may easily visit Upper Peninsula and Michigan's Mackinac Island's exciting attractions.

  • Opening time: This is a seasonal campsite operating from May to October.

1 Sugar Maple And Fern Forest

Sugar Maple and Fern Forest is located on a seasonal road. It is a wonderful dry woodland perfect for RVs or tents. The property offers a broad range of excursions, including hiking paths that serve as snowmobile routes in the cold winter, swimming in two gorgeous freshwaters of the Lake Huron and Cranberry Lake, ATV trails, and Nature Conservancy hiking routes. Other activities are also available as fishing at Raber Bay, shopping, and more.