The Lake Leelanau RV Park is the premier camping resort on Lake Leelanau! We are located on 800 feet of frontage on the pristine shores of Lake Leelanau. The lake provides 21 miles of crystal clear waters for boating, swimming, fishing, water sports, and endless fun in the sun. It is filled with many types of fish including walleye, bass, northern pike, perch, trout, and loads of pan fish.
For boaters enjoyment, we have a boat launch, gas pump, and 98 boat docks available for rent. Our beach has a large, shallow, and safe swimming area perfect for children and family fun in the water. It also boasts lots of sand for castle building and the occasional sand sculpting contests.
The first time I camped here was in the 1970's. It is beautiful, peaceful campground on Lake Leelanau which is located on the Leelanau peninsula in between West Traverse Bay and Lake Michigan in close proximity to the little town of Lake Leelanau, Suttons Bay, Leland and many Michigan wineries. Also not far from Glen Arbor and Sleeping Bear Dunes.
This is one of my favorite campgrounds in Michigan.
Situated just a few miles from the village of Lake Leelanau is this truly immaculately kept, family-owned and operated RV park. More than half the sites are occupied by very friendly permanent, seasonal residents who have been coming up every season for 15-20 years, but there are plenty of sites for those seeking to stay for a short time as well. Many of these “transient” sites are close to the lake shore -- most are paved sites, but there are a handful of all grass sites, and some are right on the lake front. All have electrical hook-ups.
The bathrooms are absolutely immaculate and each family bathroom includes a toilet, sink, and shower. There is a very nice laundry room with multiple washers and dryers. In addition, there are tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts, shuffle board, and horseshoe behind the office. You can also rent boats or park your own at their sizable marina.
Hands-down, the most unique thing about this campground is the concert pipe organ installed in a private home on the property! The owner of the RV park is a pipe organ enthusiast and opens his home throughout the summer months for concerts. If you have never been to a pipe organ concert, you must go at least once in your life. Here’s a link to more info: https://lakeleelanaurvpark.com/pipe-organ-summer-concert-schedule/
Lake Leelanau is a large enough lake to spend the day exploring, but protected enough for swimming, kayaking, small sailboats, and paddle boarding. Lots of great fishing, cycling, and hiking in the area, too. The campground is located in the heart of wine country, with about 6 vineyards/wineries within 15-20 minutes (all with tasting rooms) and just a short drive to Leland’s historic fishing village. Dick’s Pour House (Lake Leelanau Village) makes some awesome pizza and the Cheese Shanty (in Leland’s historic fishing village) has unbelievable sandwiches. You could stay all season and not be able to do/see all there is on the Leelanau Peninsula!
Prices depend on the type of site (regular, premium, or lake front) and how long you are planning to stay.