Take an adventure to America’s Heartland and explore our Great Lakes region in some of the best places to camp in the Midwest. Discover the natural wonders of Lake Michigan from the northern vacation town of Petoskey and the countryside of Western Michigan to the scenic wilderness of Glenbeulah off the shores of Wisconsin. We also have a fabulous location just off the shores of Lake Erie in the vacation destination of Geneva-on-the-Lake, plus a family-friendly campground next to an amusement park in Santa Claus, Indiana, where it’s Christmas every day!
Enjoy spacious sites with full hookups, fire rings & WiFi.
Keep it simple with some good ole fashioned tent camping.
Rent an RV, a quaint cottage, or full size vacation home.
Bring your bike to explore the campground, nature trails and the gorgeous wilderness that Midwest camping has to offer! Biking is a great way to get some fresh air and exercise, plus it’s a convenient means of transportation to all of the fantastic on-site amenities.
Cast your line out onto our stocked fishing lakes at Lake Rudolph, Hidden Ridge and Indian Creek to catch species like bluegill, bass and catfish! There are also plenty of inland freshwater lakes nearby as well as the excitement of fishing on the Great Lakes of Lake Michigan or Lake Erie.
Explore the great outdoors with a brisk walk on our hiking trails and see what treasures you can find! Take your friends and family on a scavenger hunt or take your camera to take pictures of the unbelievable wildlife and foliage that makes the Midwest region so unique.
Love being on the lake? Our campgrounds and RV resorts in the Great Lakes region offer private and nearby lakes, including locations around Lake Michigan and Lake Erie, to cool off on hot summer days or experience some of the best freshwater fishing in the country!
Find an East Coast retreat with seasonal campgrounds near quaint seaside destinations.
Discover family-friendly camping with seasonal campgrounds throughout the northeast.
Camp under the stars and enjoy seasonal camping and the natural beauty of Ontario this summer.