Open all year, nice park, big rig friendly, has full hookups. We enjoy hiking here. The old logging museum is interesting to walk around & check out.
I have stayed in this park camping as an adult as well as a child. There was a store and a mini golf course as a child, not sure about now. The park also provides nature activities during the summer, along with some educational opportunities. There are rivers close by for canoeing, tubing and fishing.
Hartwick Pines is a quiet campground in central Mi. It features old growth forest on the hiking trails, multiple ranger programs each week, hosts that give you coffe or hot chocolate in the morning, a beautiful visitor center and main trails, plus side trails that are less traveled so you rarely see anyone else! There is a small lake for fishing, an old logging community with some programming in busier months.
Spent one night camping here. While I was hoping for a more wooded area, our spot was great and we had a water spout right next to us. The area lacked fire wood so be sure to bring your own. Hiked a bit through Hartwick Pines and plan to come back for a full weekend soon.
My daughter and I stayed at Hartwick Pines on our way north to Blissfest. The campground was very clean. The shower room was very clean and well organized. The site we camped on was a little small but it served our needs.
Large wooded campground with nice sized sites, picnic table, fire ring, electric hook up, flush toilets, and year round activities. There are lots of trails for biking and hiking, a day use/ mucc logging museum that's kinda throughout this one area of woods. Beautiful new and old growth, a couple of nearby lakes, it was beautiful.
This park is very quiet and peaceful. It has full hookup sites and others with just electric. If you want a place to just be in the woods and enjoy the woods this is the place. Many family's love how quiet and restful it can be. The bathroom and showers are very clean. The DNR Rangers are really very friendly and willing to give go suggestions on places to eat, hike and swim. If you have children who love water, you will have to travel to a swimming hole.. The Chapel in the Woods is beautiful. The kids loved learning about the area and the wood mill camp. I totally recommend this park if you want to sit and relax! !