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About Kibby Creek Campground
$40.00 - $160.00
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Kibby Creek Campground is located in Michigan
43.8583 N
-86.4021 W
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6 Reviews of Kibby Creek Campground
Great Family Camping Trip!!

First time coming to this campground and it went perfectly! Close to Lake Michigan and very clean! Will definitely come back

Very pleasant!

Went in 2017 with a large group of young people (18-22) and loved it. The campground seems to be geared towards families, but we didn’t feel out of place. Sites 65 and T1-5 were perfectly on the edge of the campground and secluded. Great location near downtown Ludington and the state park.

Additionally, Kibby has fantastic showers and restrooms. This is really nice when tent camping. 👌🏽

Bonus: We went in August and saw the greatest night sky I have ever seen for the Perseids meteor shower. Very low light pollution here!

Perfect CG

We found a gem. Office staff very accommodating. Sites large. Easy in and out. Clean. Quiet. Great for couples and families.
Highly recommend!!!!


Great park. Very nice well kept family owned park. Nice store with great treats for the kids. Two nice playgrounds and pools! Wonderful location right in between ludington and pentwater. Updated bathrooms. Nice little mini golf course. Seem to keep improving it. Will be booking many more trips there.

Perfect place for family reunion
  • Campsites are well maintained.
  • Campsites don't have much privacy, but we were surrounded by family so it worked out fine for us.
  • Staff is very accommodating and friendly.
  • Camp store is well stocked.
  • Bathrooms and pool are clean.
First to Review
Unique location and comfortable amenities

Set on an old pear orchard; if you time it right you'll have some fruit to eat. There's a well-established seasonal portion with some die hard devotees, and a more temporal area of the park for those passing through. Each section has a pool. The store feels like a classic camp store, including hot coffee and senior citizens in the morning. The whole bit is family run. The mini golf is in such a condition as to warrant maybe not even being listed on their website (tattered indoor/outdoor carpeting on rotted planks.) Sites are blissfully lush-grass covered, not dirt piles like the state parks. Definitely going back.