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10 RV Parks near Dimondale, Michigan
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Dimondale. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Dimondale in the left hand column.
Aug 2019 - $42.00
We stayed in one of the large pull through sites on the side by the baseball fields. On the weekends the fields are used all day. People park everywhere making it hard to get to your site. They stay until about 10 pm, the next morning trash is left all over the parking area. The sites are dirt and very close together. We stayed here to see Lansing. Probably would not stay here again. - texasoaks54
Jul 2019 - $36.00
Big rig friendly with level sites. The road was under construction coming into campground making it difficult. Showers and WiFi was good. No dog park but grassy fields to walk dog. No problem with our satellite. Campground charged $2.50 extra a day for electricity. - Fulltimersrv
Jun 2019 - $34.00
Con- Very close sites One dump station in the driveway to come in. Seems as if a few families live there and kids just make their selves at home at any campsite. Have to pay extra for kids If you are going to have a tournament it would be nice to keep the outhouse clean... GROSS!! Some sites are super muddy with the rain No fire rings Pros- Nice camp store Like the ponds and option to rent paddle boat. Fishing. Staff was friendly Laundry Arcade - Squirt0808
Jun 2019 - $20.00
WOW! Been awhile since anyone has reviewed this one. We were there 4 nights for a bluegrass festival. The CG was full to capacity. We arrived just after a gully washer of a thunderstorm which turned to CG into a mudfest. Full marks to the fairground staff who did their best to encourage drainage. Biblical rain aside, this really is a pretty park for a fairground. Very shaded & has a stream/river/torrent running along the back boundary. For $20.00 what do you want? Nothing wrong with this place at all. I imagine that it is very peaceful when there are no events in the fairgrounds going on. - Veebyes
Jun 2015 - $20.00
When we arrived this year (we have grandkids in the area), we found that one of the trees had fallen just a few days earlier and was less than 24 hours from when people were camping in that spot. We also found out that some or all of the others have tree rot.
This year, the regular camp host has quit and nothing is getting done ....
It's still $20 a night with less amenities
Enough is enough, we're out of here ! ! ! - magic
Jun 2014 - $20.00
Please note new rate. This is a basic park and the rates this year went up by 33% without any changes. No extra anything, just the same water every 6th space or so, 30 amp max, and some sites with only 20. We will stay here again, unless we can find something else in the area. - magic
Mar 2019 - $10.00
Seemed nice at first. Park rate is actually $325, it's a monthly rate but you pay utilities as well. Management isn't good, they say one thing and do another. They don't keep things clean and we paid for full hook up only to have the water shut off for what they said was routine cleaning, yet charge for full hookup. Wifi not usable half the time. Camp store not opened. No zipline. Owners yell and scream at park guests, management does as well. Not impressed by having sign in at manager's personal cabin; should have an actual office for that. Very unprofessional. For the area you had to drive a ways to get any groceries at a decent amount. The park itself had nothing except a lot of work on the bathroom which from what was said been going on since summer. Highly believable as managers and owners seem to have no indication on how to run a campground. - Anonymous65
Oct 2017 - $15.00
I strongly advise that you find a different park. Planned to stay 5 nights, left after 1.
We needed a place to stay for the week near Grand Rapids. Unfortunately, a lot of campgrounds in this area are closed by mid-October and we're on a budget, so our options were limited. Found this park on the Passport America website, and planned to stay for the week, but foolishly did not call ahead to confirm any details. Turns out there are new owners and they don't care for PA, but haven't bothered to take their info off the site. They did honor the discount for our first and only night, which is the only acceptable thing about this experience.
The park is almost completely filled with permanent residents and almost every site is littered with junk. The trailers are old and unkempt (some displaying confederate flags), the 'pond' looked like waste water, all the play equipment is falling apart, and the locals are haggard and unfriendly. Very dismal scene.
We wanted to leave as soon as we set up and realized what this place was. Thankfully, we were meeting some family in GR, so we didn't have to stay long. We got home late, and left early the next morning. They want $30/night for this place when you can find a park 20min from downtown GR for $35/night.
We had FHU. Verizon was no good. - Unknown_Normal
Aug 2017 - $15.00
New owners to an old park that was shut down years ago. Nice park with lots of new things like a 52' water slide and plans for a zipline in the future. Everything works fine as the new owners had to repair or replace 27 safety items before the opening this summer. Plans for 50 amp at all the full hook up sites. Sewer hook up is toward the front so we needed (and had) lots of hose. - magic
Jul 2016 - $14.00
We chose this park because it was the closest one to family and friends we were visiting. On first approach, you think this park will be really nice. Flowers are planted at the entrance and the long drive from the road back to the campground is flanked by beautiful lawn. However, as you get closer you start to see run down, permanent rv sites - junk lying around - and overflowing dumpsters. They only have 2 dumpsters for the entire park; they need 4. There are some decrepit looking RVs in the park, but that's not really the problem. People live in what they can afford to live in. (There are a LOT of permanent residents here.) The problem is that park management apparently has NO rules whatsoever about junking up sites. Or they don't enforce any rules they do have. And don't even bother to go in the "bath house." one toilet and one shower stall. Very run down and not clean when we looked in. No 50 amp sites. Water pressure was decent. Some sites have picnic tables, some don't. Some sites have more gravel or grass on the site pads than others.
It's a real shame the park has been allowed to become so filled with unkempt sites, because the setting is quite nice: rural, lots of trees, huge expanses of grassy areas that are well kept. (Someone was mowing almost every day.) And we met some nice folks there. But, with so many junked up sites, we won't be back ... even at the low price of $100 for a week stay. (It's $25 a night for stays less than a week.)
I rated the value "satisfactory" because of the low rate for a week stay; but the adage "You get what you pay for" applies here. I rated "cleanliness" as bad because of the large number of unkempt sites and the poor restroom facility. - MelBtraveln
Mar 2007 - $25.00
Dilapidated location. Office was not marked and was the first of many unattractive buildings. - tabber386
Sep 2005 - $28.00
This is an older park. The restroom facilities were in great need of updating and repair. They were not very clean either. The rest of the park, however was clean. The owners were very nice and helpful. - ScrapperJo
Jul 2005 - $28.00
This park is a big mobile home park with maybe 60 campsites around the small lake. It is very old and needs repair and upgrades in order to be called a compground. The electric is very bad and not enough current to run an air conditioner, in fact the electricity would shut down in our rig often due to low voltage. The people that run the campground are wonderful, friendly and warm family oriented willing to help in anyway they can. The water is very hard with lots of iron in it and all the hookups are very poorly located on the site, making connections to the rig hard and in some cases even have to be run under the rig. This could be a great campground, however it is not now and we can not recommend it. - racomarley
Aug 2015 - $23.00
This was a good park to overnight, however the only had 1 pull thru site that was level & big enough for 40ft MH. Good electric & water service. After we had used dump station owner's son said we owed $10.00 so we paid. $3.oo for AC so site actually cost $33.00. Have 2 port-a-potty & no showers that we saw. Nice sandy beach & boat & raft rental. - Driftr
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This is a nice little park for an overnight stay or a few days. We had a waterfront site with excellent views. It has large spots that are fairly level. They offer boat rental, and have an ice cream bar and a small store.There is an extra three dollar charge if you want to use your A/C. It is not too far off the interstate and is easy to locate. - acadiandave
Aug 2016 - $29.00
Quiet during the week but pretty full on the weekend. No noise to speak of other than a barking dog that was not in the campground.
Some sites are not very level. - mrracechaser
Jul 2016 - $28.00
We stayed here for a week and it has a lovely park like setting. Many smaller sites are shaded. There are around 12 sites that are larger and suitable for larger rigs. The roads are paved/gravel and the sites are on grass. We were able to park under a large tree and glad we did, it was hot. Each site has water and electricity but many are buddy sites where you and your neighbor are hooked up at the same pole which means someone has to have a longer cord to do that. I was initially wary to go in with our toad but the roads are plenty big enough to stop and unhook and to navigate around. Weekends are crazy though and many large groups camp here together. We counted 12 tents in one group. Camping midweek is very quiet.
There is a very large play structure, picnic pavilions, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, swimming available in the lake, a concession stand from Thursday thru Sunday, and boating is allowed. I saw several people with their boat and RV parked together. There is a dump station to use on the way out of the park. While the park does have gates, they are no longer used. A camp host is on site all week. There is no wi fi but over the air TV reception was great. Just aim the antenna towards Lansing. The bathrooms are not fantastic so best to use your own rig. Swimming is the main activity here, along with peace and quiet. - Djinfl
Sites: 82 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 5 Reviews
Oct 2019 - $12.00
This was a private park that recently opened up to Passport America and Escapees members. It's quiet, clean and the manager is friendly and more than helpful. We used 2 trailer sites as a pull-through. The only drawback we found was no sewer hookups. No shower house, only outhouses. Meeting room is very nice with some kitchen area. There are some picnic tables but not one at each site. Access to the park is via some dirt roads, quality of road surface varies during the year. - Dave from Indy
Aug 2019 - $12.00
We averaged $12 / night w/ Passport America discount ($24 without) for W / E50. Can't beat that rate!!! Quiet campground with a lot of space between sites. The only negative is there is no way to get to the campground without traveling a mile or so on dirt and dusty roads. DO NOT APPROACH THE CAMPGROUND ON BABCOCK ROAD OFF OF ROUTE 78. This is a dirt road with closely spaced ridges across the road for its full 1 mile length. Had to slow to 5 MPH and even then the entire RV shook terribly! There are a couple other dirt roads to use that are in much better shape. - Teddi2
Aug 2019 - $12.00
What a wonderful place to stay and very peaceful. Bill who runs the place is so nice and helpful. Our truck broke down and he went to Battle Creek and picked him up. Everyone was so helpful. The campground is so nice. We will stay here again when passing through. The price is great. A hidden treasure. - Kimc
Jul 2018 - $10.00
Roads need help - lots of pot holes. Grass (weeds) needed cutting. Site 53 had loud music and lots of beer. The park wanted pet shot record. We have never been asked that over 30 years camping except in Canada. Just an old campground. Will not return. - Danceduo
Aug 2017 - $1.00
Pretty campground off the beaten path. We had a back-in site with a concrete pad & level. Services were easily accessible. Interior roads need some work; lots of potholes. The signage throughout the park could be improved as could the park map provided at check-in. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Jul 2015 - $20.00
The more we camp at other campgrounds, the more we love this one. Other than no full hook up, we do not have a negative word for them. The sites are large and easily accessible. There are activities for the kids and we feel safe letting our kids go off by themselves. The only other negative thing for us is the motorcycles on the trails, but the campground limits their hours so the noise is only for a few hours on certain days. - Goody61865
Aug 2019 - $25.00
We stayed in the North campground for a group event. Very nice semi-private lots with a parking pad, fire pit and picnic table. Restrooms and showers are centrally located on the loops. Electric hookups can be some distance as the pedestals are grouped to service for 4 lots each. We needed a 50' cord to reach ours which I carry just in case. Dump and water fill stations are located at the camp entrance along with dumpsters. Several nice hiking, biking and horse riding trails in the park. The park is located on a nice lake with beach access from the camp sites along with a day use parking area. There is a small fishing pier near the beach. There is a boat launch located on the opposite side of the lake from the campground. We saw several kayaks and small fishing boats on the lake. - Squach Hunter
Jul 2019 - $30.00
Disappointed enough to reconsider staying in a Michigan State Park campground again. Water only available from community spigot across road from our site. Had to use 20 ft extension cord to reach electricity. Site short. We had reservations at Straits Park in St. Ignace MI but cancelled them and opted for commercial park instead. Further research found that only 7 state parks in Michigan have on-site water. I missed that part when making original reservations. Carry a long extension cord and plenty of water hose if you plan to stay here. - Ed Baldwin
Sep 2016 - $20.00
The kids really enjoyed the park. Being a fall weekend, there were a lot fewer people that we're used to compared to when school is out. The sites were nice with some privacy, .except ours. There was a path to the restrooms that went next to our site and ran about 4 feet from our fire ring. The constant trickle of peopling going to and from the bathrooms made it awkward while we tried to sit around the fire eating a meal. Some of the smokers had no problem walking by exhaling cigarette smoke in our direction. The ranger station sold ice and firewood at reasonable prices; however, the firewood was wet even though it was stored in a shed. I have had this problem at all Michigan state parks. Their firewood distributor is selling them unseasoned wood. The second night, I drove a few miles down the road and bought good dry wood. Overall, this is a nice state park in a great location with lots of available activities. We will stay here again but will be sure to avoid site 94. - Brewstar