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About Monroe Co. / Toledo North KOA
Fee Info
Adults 18+, Kids 5-17, Free 0-4
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
Monroe Co. / Toledo North KOA is located in Michigan
41.8452 N
-83.6618 W
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8 Reviews of Monroe Co. / Toledo North KOA
Nice place but very tight

Campsites were pretty clean. Kids loved the pond beach and the water slide. The only down side was they pack in the campers super tight. I would guess 22 feet wide and I only had 5 feet behind my 30 foot camper until you reach the next camper.

Great Place

Amazing staff and campground

Vary nice

Vary nice quiet campground. Love the privet showers and has a great camp store and conssion stand.


Good for kids. We camp Halloween and is great with trick or treat.

Little overpriced to me

Sites and restrooms were alright, think it is ridiculous to pay extra each night for each pet and children, too many other campgrounds in our area that are more updated and reasonably priced.

Not the best for a quiet getaway

I’ll start by saying the staff did their best to provide a fun visit. This was just a weekend getaway and we didn’t have high expectations. There is a lot to do at this campground, but everything is packed too close together. The restrooms were in really bad shape. They weren’t clean and needed updates and repairs. My shower head was missing and water was just spraying out of the wall. Other campers were loud and the noise policy wasn’t really enforced. I wouldn’t go here again.

So much to do!!

Busy on the weekends but so much to do it doesn’t feel overcrowded. Great Lake, activities and elephant ear fries! Our family loved it!

First to Review
Camping if you prefer activities vs nature

Campground is right off the expressway and surrounding area are farm fields. There are some trees but I wouldn’t call this camping in a forest by any means.camped in a large 38 foot RV and had space but close to others.