Rustic Camping

An area where a group of people or an individual is lodged in a tent or tents or other temporary means of shelter

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Click to center Boy Scout Park - Mullett Lake in the map view.
Nice Township Park on Mullett Lake
Click to center Buttersville Beach Access in the map view.
Lake Michigan Primary Route
Click to center Charles Mears State Park Access in the map view.
Lake Michigan Primary Route
Click to center Claybanks Township Park Access in the map view.
2700 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline and 90 acres of land
Click to center Covert Park Beach in the map view.
Township Park & campground
Click to center Grand Haven State Park in the map view.
Click to center Hamlin Lake Canoe Trail in the map view.
Ludington State Park Canoe Trail starting point
Click to center Holland State Park - Beach in the map view.
State Campground
Click to center John Gurney Park Boat Launch in the map view.
Hart Lake Access
Click to center Lake Michigan Recreation Area - Manistee N.F. Access in the map view.
Click to center Linwood Beach Marina & Campground in the map view.
A private marina with camping
Click to center Ludington State Park - Hamlin Lake Access in the map view.
The Ludington State Park is known as the most popular state park in Michigan for its abundant natural resources and endless activities.
Click to center Maple Bay Boating Access Site in the map view.
DNR Maple Bay Boat Launch - Burt Lake
Click to center Muskegon Conservation Club in the map view.
The Muskegon Conservation Club provides access for members and guests. Emergency access is available and additional paddler-friendly amenities are currently being planned.
Click to center Muskegon State Park Beach Access in the map view.
The park features two campgrounds, a swimming beach and pavilion bath house, restrooms, hiking trails, scenic views of large sand dunes and the Lake Michigan shoreline, south of the Muskegon Lake Channel Lighthouse.
Click to center Muskegon State Park South Channel Campground Access in the map view.
Muskegon State Park features two campgrounds, a swimming beach and pavilion bath house, restrooms, hiking trails, scenic views of large sand dunes and the Lake Michigan shoreline, south of the Muskegon Lake Channel Lighthouse.
Click to center Negwegon State Park - Back Country Camping in the map view.
Blueways Water Trail Access Site
Click to center P.J. Hoffmaster State Park Access in the map view.
This popular State Park offers camping, swimming, hiking, cross country skiing, and interpretive programs at the Gillette Sand Dune Visitor Center.
Click to center Petoskey State Park- Tannery Creek Campground water access in the map view.
Click to center Warren Dunes State Park in the map view.
State Park Access Site
Click to center Weko Beach in the map view.
City Park and Campground
Click to center Aloha State Park Campground in the map view.
Aloha State Park Campground and Day Use
Click to center Bay County Pinconning Park and Campground in the map view.
County Owned Park, Campground and Boat Launch.
Click to center Cartier Park Campground in the map view.
Cartier Park is located along the M-116 corridor to the North of Stearns Park Beach.
Click to center Charles Mears State Park- Mears Modern Campground in the map view.
Click to center Cheboygan State Park Campground in the map view.
Cheboygan State Park Campground and day use facility
Click to center Covert Park Beach & Campground in the map view.
Township Park & campground
Click to center Holland State Park Campground in the map view.
State Campground
Click to center Kal-Haven Rustic Campground, No Vehicle Access in the map view.
Small rustic campground
Click to center Lake Michigan Recreation Area - Manistee N.F. in the map view.
The Lake Michigan Recreation Area borders Lake Michigan to the west and Nordhouse Dunes Wilderness Area to the south
Click to center Maple Bay State Forest Campground in the map view.
Rustic Campground on Burt Lake
Click to center Muskegon County Meinert Park in the map view.
Meinert County Park offers a quiet retreat for the outdoor enthusiast. It features a pristine swimming beach, modern campground, parking lot, picnicking and public restrooms. Private campgrounds and cottages are located nearby.
Click to center Muskegon County Pioneer Park Campground in the map view.
Pioneer Park is a 145-acre park with 213 campsites, picnic facilities, restrrom and a beach along the Lake Michigan shoreline
Click to center Muskegon State Park Lake Michigan Campground in the map view.
The Muskegon State Park Lake Michigan Campground is located directly across Scenic Drive from Winter Sports Complex, luge and hiking trails through wooded dunes. The historic Blockhouse is nearby, offering a panoramic view of the topography.
Click to center Nordhouse Dunes Campground in the map view.
The Nordhouse Dunes Wilderness Area is the only Federally designated wilderness in Michigan's lower peninsula and encompasses 3,450 acres of National Forest.
Click to center Riverside Park in the map view.
Click to center Warren Dunes State Park Campground in the map view.
State Campground
Click to center Weko Beach Campground in the map view.
City Campground
Click to center Muskegon Lake Navigational Channel at Lake Michigan in the map view.
The Channel connects Muskegon Lake to Lake Michigan and to the Great Lakes. Large freighters, tugs, sailboats, fishing boats and the Lake Express high-speed, cross lake ferry to Milwaukee all use this scenic, commercial and recreational channel.
Click to center Pine River Paddlesports in the map view.
Click to center Ludington State Park - Beach House in the map view.
Lake Michigan Primary Route