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22 RV Parks near Bangor, Michigan
We did however find 22 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bangor. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bangor in the left hand column.
Sites: 121 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 33 Reviews
Aug 2019 - $60.00
If a Resort means lot for kids to do, then this is a Resort. No Cable, decent, nice bathrooms. Dirt Roads. This place has a large variety of sites so be sure to ask for what you want. We ended up with a site with no sewer connection. Not a lot of trees in our section, so we were able to use satellite receiver. - AvalonDF41
Aug 2018 - $70.00
Had a wonderful time here. Staff very friendly. So many things for the kids to do. The bed time story with cookies and milk was just wow! Well worth the extra charge. So much to do at the park. Activities engaged the kids while adults relaxed. I highly recommend the bedtime story with yogi. - Susan Truhlar
Aug 2018 - $65.00
A very nice, well located park near South Haven... We camped here last year with the 3 grand children. Decided to camp here this year based on that experience... Lots to do for the kids, crafts, Yogi stuff etc. They had a good time. We chose a premium site amd it was nice, cement pad, picnic bench, wooden swing. All utilities are well located and our site was level. There are a couple of negatives, the bathroom facilities were taxed to the max as the weekend drew near...They need another bath house...The pool also was close to capacity as the weekend drew near... We will come back again next year but will limit our stay to mid week. - ANDYO1
Jul 2010 - $1.00
This would be a great family campground. Area set aside for tents and popups. Park like setting. Fishing pond. Don't know why it is not full. Added an extra day when we got here. Very quiet. Would stay again. The only reason for the overall 7 rating is the roads. Just go slow. - ChrisnMarv
Aug 2019 - $85.00
We just stayed there for 6 days st site 216. Place was really nice and very clean. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Pool was nice and the location is a short 10 minute drive into South Haven. Our only complaint would be that the site we had was in a very new section of the resort so shade was minimal, and the grass was not very good. Lots of dirt and crabgrass. Also, the way they laid out the sites, your patio was not very wide so it was half on concrete and half on grass no matter how close to the edge of the concrete you parked your rig. It just looked like they didn't plan the layout very well in the new section. That said, we'll go back and hopefully get a spot in the older section. Overall I would give it solid 8.5 - Mx rider
Jul 2019 - $75.00
This is a beautiful resort. Many lots are owned and some are for sale. Blacktop streets, level concrete sites, beautiful flowers everywhere, the guest pool and hot tub and clubhouse are impeccable. South Haven is a great summer town to visit. Only about three miles from this resort. Walmart and other shopping within a mile of the resort. Highly recommend this resort! - YorkieMom62
Jul 2019 - $69.00
This is a very nice, clean, well maintained park. The streets and sites are concrete with fire rings and patios. A large area around the lake is good for walking or letting your dog off the leash. All the staff members were very pleasant and shared lots of information about the area. I took one point away because they do not recycle. - Michael47
Oct 2019 - $49.00
We stayed here overnight while travelling to a destination. The park accomodated our request for a long pull through so we would not have to unhook our truck. We were given a large and spacious site. Access roads are wide and made it easy to maneuver a large fifth wheel in the campground. The park's map/directory was several pages long and contained lots of useful information about the area. We would stay here again. - Greg and Kim
Aug 2019 - $50.00
Acceptable layout for a KOA but not overly beautiful. Prices high in this tourist area so it is a convenient location for a short stay to visit South Haven Lighthouse. Very Nice staff, good store. Some sites not level. Lots of space between sites but no privacy. Dog park was great with agility equipment and close by. Surrounding area not too nice so shop in South Haven. Wish our site had gravel, not just grass. - Andrea W
Jul 2019 - $65.00
We stayed at a premium patio site. It was a very nice, well-kept site. It had its own gas grill that they clean after every stay. The entire site was checked and cleaned every time. A ton of activities for the kids, but it was not annoying to people without kids. A lot of friendly employees constantly working. A quiet place to stay. Another bonus was that we were able to pick blueberries right in the campground - fun, and they were delicious. - Tunnelman
Aug 2019 - $58.00
The park staff is so friendly and accommodating they really wanted to make sure me and my family were taken care of. Hidden Ponds is a new park that just opened recently and still in construction for the next phase of their park. We felt very fortunate to find them as everyone else in the area was full. The bathrooms, showers, and pool were very beautiful and clean! They have some pretty nice walking trails that we enjoyed. It was a nice quite location in a very pretty natural setting, full of woods, ponds, pretty birds, deer, and so much more. My husband enjoyed fishing in the stocked fishing pond, we were pleasently surprised when he got some really big fish! My dog Windsor aka Woof-ah-less absolutely loved swimming in their pond. From what they told me they have lots of plans to expand in the coming years adding 2 different dog parks, a clubhouse, tennis courts, and a lot more amenities. Overall it was a super relaxing stay. I really enjoyed myself and can't wait to come again next time we are in South Haven! - Woofahless
Oct 2013 - $14.00
This is really a mobile home park with 7 RV sites in own area. Nice back-in concrete pads. Quiet Park. It is not a resort but is a nice place to stay if you have things to do in area. Rate reflects monthly rate. - RichardB1952
Feb 2011 - $25.00
I stayed here six weeks while working at Palisades Nuclear Station. This is a basic RV Park with few amenities. However, the owners are very pleasant and accommodating. - 870xprs
Jul 2018 - $32.00
Van Buren SP is in a nice location in Southwest Michigan. The park is nice, expansive, with lots of trees, plenty of campsites, and a pleasant strip of beach, just North (within visual sight) of the nuclear power plant. Perhaps that is why the water is so pleasantly warm. The restrooms smelled of urine and were generally unpleasant to use. Campsites are nice and level, but the fire rings were built from surplus pipe and concrete, and poorly designed. A lot of smoky, poorly ventilated fires made for a heavy haze emanating from the park. This necessitated closing our windows to prevent asphyxiation from the smoke. Our 50 amp service had a bad leg, so we had to settle for 30amps. This next paragraph is directed more at the State of Michigan. You have a lot of nerve charging a daily recreational fee of $8.95 for each vehicle, especially for the camping unit itself. I have learned to accept a daily fee for extra vehicles in order to keep the traffic limited, but not for the RV. Being smacked for an additional $54 for three days did not set well. The roads are in poor shape, with patches and seams that will jar your bolts loose. And what about all those miles of coastline that are obscured by private property? There are 49 other states to visit and spend money in. Michigan is no longer on the list. - Kvw613
Aug 2017 - $25.00
nice park although the beach was rocky and was quite a hike from the campsite. We were required to purchase a seasonal/annual permit @ $32.00. - max7_3
Jul 2017 - $27.00
We have camped at most of the state parks along lake michigan. Some how we never made it here until now. Our site was grass over sand so plan on some blocks under the levelers. We ended up near the playground which the kids loved. State park play grounds are hit an miss. This one was one of the better ones. Roads are paved and can be a little tight to navigate. We disconnected the toad before entering the park. upon arriving at our site it was clear that it would be tight to back in. It was a good thing the campers across the street had not arrived otherwise it would have been difficult to back in with one shot. Verizon signal was about 50% internet speed was good but not top speed. ATT signal was a little better. - TeamErnzer
Oct 2019 - $38.00
Very nice little park. No problem with any of the services. Very convenient to Downtown South Haven via car or bike. RIGHT ON the Kal Haven Trail. - ov1to
Jul 2019 - $35.00
This is a nice small campground very close to town. It is very clean. All sites are back-in. There is a single loop w a very tight curve. We saw a 37' motorhome scrape the retaining wall getting in. There was not enough room to park our toad at our site. If you are over 40', you may want to reconsider staying here. - DreamChasers
Jul 2019 - $38.00
Only 19 spots, small campground. But has everything you need for a few nice days in south haven. Some road noise from the Blue Star Hyway. We would say here again. Also the cheapest campground in the area. Very close to downtown. - damonbeals
Sites: 86 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 11 Reviews
Sep 2019 - $43.00
We reviewed this campground last year and came back this year; therefore we are giving an updated review. The campground is a quiet, well-maintained park. The shady sites are being used by the seasonal campers so figure on getting a sunny site. The sites are mostly adequate length but some may be hard to back in if your unit is long; they do help with backing. There are no recreational offerings. There is no staffed office; you call a number when you arrive and someone meets you for registration. They do not take credit cards only cash or check. Long sewer hoses are likely needed as most connections are in the far back corner of the campsite. Sites are gravel with concrete patio. Good wi-fi but very limited TV station reception. From their website it appears they have liberalized their pet policy since we stayed last year when there was a no "pet" rule for non-seasonals (check website for information). You are close to town and the interstate; there is some interstate road noise but not too bad. The rate we listed reflects the week-stay discount. - RXA-ADM
Aug 2019 - $50.00
This RV park has mostly seasonals. It was very quiet, no kids running around or golf carts everywhere, no dogs barking! (Actually only seasonals are allowed pets! It's evident why!) This is the cleanest, most well-maintained campground we've ever stayed at! If you don't want a lot of background noise - this place is perfect. Full hook-up, but I used the showers. Extremely clean, well-maintained showers. Excellent place! - Mibblejane
Aug 2018 - $50.00
This is a very neat, quiet RV Park that has mostly seasonal residents. The seasonal folks are very friendly. All sites have full hook-ups, but they still have a maintained restroom with showers. There are not any on-site recreation offerings. They do not have a staffed office. To register upon arrival, you call the number that is posted, and someone comes to meet you at the entrance. This person takes you to your site and collects the campground fee. In many cases the sites are close to each, but a paved patio area is provided which is nice. The sewer connections appear to almost always be in the far back corner of the sites which may require a long hose. The roads are paved. There is some shade at some sites some of the time. The internet worked well for half of our five days; the other half there was good Wi-Fi connection but no internet with that connection. There is very limited TV reception (no cable offered). The park is currently called Cousins' RV Park and there no longer is a restaurant connected with the park. In fact, the restaurant building is gone. They have a no "pet" policy for all except the seasonal residents; we are not sure if they mean "pets" or if they mean "dogs". They do not take credit cards, only check or cash. The pavilion and related activities are only for seasonal residents. - RXA-ADM
Jun 2019 - $34.00
Sites were small and dirt, and when it rained, became a mudhole. However, there were nice boardwalks, a beach, things to do. Kind of expensive for what it was, but nicer and somewhat cheaper than most of the Michigan State Parks. - Timeking
Aug 2017 - $34.00
The campground was clean and the staff was friendly. There were a lot of families with kids. The sites were small, very close together, not level and very difficult to back into; expect to make several attempts. It's an older park that hasn't been updated. Several sites share electric panel. Dump station on slight hill as you enter the park. No TV, cell phone or wifi service since the campground is in a ravine, completely surrounded by trees. On a positive note, the beach is very close and nice; sandy with very few rocks. - max7_3
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This is our favorite "hidden gem" campground, and we drive up annually from central IL to this southwest corner of MI to stay for 4-5 days. The campground has a 1/4 mile stretch of Lake Michigan beach that you MIGHT share with a dozen people during the week. Weekends are a little busier with day-pass traffic to the beach, but still not very crowded.
The camping area is wooded, nestled between shaded dunes for a nice protection from hot sun and heavy winds (you can leave your awning out all the time). A short walk over some boarded stairways/walkways and you are on the beach! It's a great blend of environments that I've never experienced at any other campground.
This side of Lake Michigan has real sandy beaches, crashing waves on breezy days, outstanding weather in the summer months, and sunset views over the Lake that you will not forget. For us Midwesterners, it's as close to an ocean beach experience as you can get.
The campground is older with water/30 amp electric sites (no full hookups), a dump station, as well as primitive tent sites and small cabin rentals if you don't have an RV. Sites are sandy (which I don't mind) and fairly level. There are two "loops" of RV sites, one larger loop for smaller trailers/motorhomes, and another smaller loop with larger sites for bigger rigs. We have been here in a 35' motorhomes and trailers and have always been able to get a larger site in the smaller loop, which is actually a more private because day traffic goes the other direction.
Sites are nicely separated with heavy rope dividers on wooden posts. The office has very friendly staff on-site every day, and they sell small supplies, firewood, ice, drinks, and ice cream.
Recent years have brought some upgrades in walking paths (to the beach) and a new bathhouse in the smaller loop. This is a town-owned park facility and it's obvious that they do put money and care into it, to keep it updated (as much as possible) and maintained. - scottydl