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Places to Camp near Byron Center, MI

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Are you in need of a campground near Byron Center, MI? Byron Center is a great camping destination for everyone. There are tons of nearby hikes, adventurous activities, and sights to see. Find the best campgrounds near Byron Center, MI. Read helpful reviews and tips to find the perfect camping option for you and your crew.

Best Camping Sites Near Byron Center, MI (135)

  1. Camper-submitted photo from Beach Campground — Holland State Park

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    Beach Campground — Holland State Park

    36 Reviews
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    190 Saves
    Macatawa, Michigan

    Holland State Park is best known for sugar-sand beaches, beautiful sunsets, and views of the iconic “Big Red” lighthouse. The park is home to two large campgrounds, an accessible playground, opportunities for paddling and fishing, and connections to nonmotorized trails. The state park consists of separate Lake Macatawa and Lake Michigan units on the northern side of the channel connecting Lake Macatawa with Lake Michigan. A boat launch with a fish cleaning station is located 1 mile east of the park.

    The park now offers two EV charging stations at no cost.

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    • Reservable
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  2. Camper-submitted photo from Deep Lake Rustic Campground — Yankee Springs Recreation Area - TEMPORARILY CLOSED IN 2024

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    Deep Lake Rustic Campground — Yankee Springs Recreation Area - TEMPORARILY CLOSED IN 2024

    24 Reviews
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    77 Saves
    Cloverdale, Michigan

    Due to park enhancements (to update electrical, road, fishing pier and sewer), the beach house, picnic shelters and Gun Lake campground will close in 2024. The day-use area and boating access site will remain open except when construction work prohibits safe access, A proposed $5.5 million in federal relief funding from Gov. Whitmer's Building Michigan Together Plan made these renovations possible.

    78 sites at Deep Lake Rustic Campground are now site-standard reservable.

    Michigan Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry into state parks and recreation areas, state boat launches, state forest campgrounds and state trail parking lots. The Michigan Recreation Passport does not cover local, county, municipal, or metropolitan parks or recreation areas. Learn more: https://www.michigan.gov/dnr/buy-and-apply/rec-pp

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    • Reservable
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  3. Camper-submitted photo from Hoffmaster State Park Campground

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    Hoffmaster State Park Campground

    51 Reviews
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    346 Saves
    Norton Shores, Michigan

    Located on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, Hoffmaster State Park is 1,200 acres of wooded sand dunes and 3 miles of sandy beach. The park is named for P.J. Hoffmaster, considered to be the founder of Michigan’s state parks system. Located just a few miles south of Muskegon, and 40 miles west of Grand Rapids, this park offers an outdoor reprieve where you can swing in your hammock under shady pine and hardwood forest, and enjoy pleasant lakeside strolls while peeping for migrating sparrows and hawks. One of the park’s must-do activities is climbing the winding wooden stairway to the Dunes Overlook for great views over the lake, and the fascinating dunes that have developed along the lakeshore.

    Open from April to October, the campground at Hoffmaster State Park offers nearly 300 wooded tent and RV campsites on either side of Little Black Creek. Sites are equipped with electrical hookups, picnic tables, and fire pits; restrooms and water faucets are located throughout the campground area. Sites can accommodate trailers and RVs up to 50 feet; a dump station is available near the campground entrance. A kids’ playground is located near the creek, between the two camp areas, and there are two trailheads for accessing the beach. There are also several picnic areas and a concession stand inside the park. Dogs are permitted in the campground area and on the trails, but must remain leashed; they are not permitted on the swim beaches. Campsite rates range from $25–$37/night.

    If you need a break from sunning and swimming on the beaches at Hoffmaster, you can visit the Gillette Visitor Center. You can learn about the park’s sand dune ecosystem, see exhibits about the park’s flora and fauna, or attend a nature program about native birds, bugs or beasts. The center also offers guided, interpretive bird walks, dune hikes and night prowls. If you’re ready to strike out on your own, pick up a trail map and start roaming the park’s 5 miles of hiking trails. On the 1-mile Dune Overlook Trail you can climb 100 stairs into the park’s “quiet area” for a panoramic view over the dunes and Lake Michigan. Bring your birding guide with you, as the park is known for a wide variety of residential and migrant songbirds and raptors.

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    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
  4. Camper-submitted photo from Grand Haven State Park Campground

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    Grand Haven State Park Campground

    27 Reviews
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    160 Saves
    Grand Haven, Michigan

    Nestled on the sandy shores of Lake Michigan, Grand Haven State Park showcases scenic views of Grand Haven Pier and lighthouse in front of vibrant sunsets that paint the open sky beyond. It’s not just the slow tide of Lake Michigan that draws people over, nor the perfectly groomed sand beaches. Aside from scenic beauty, Grand Haven State park also offers a host of amenities for campers, and then some. Moreover, the Grand Haven area is home to a number of offbeat attractions nearby which provide entertainment and laughs for the entire family.

    One of these notable attractions was built over 60 years ago, known as the Grand Haven Musical Fountain. At one point its claim to fame was its feat as the largest fountain in the world. However, in 1998 Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas stole that record after unveiling The Fountains of Bellagio. All things considered, those who don’t want to make a trip to Vegas will find Grand Haven’s fountain the superior (and less crowded) option. Besides that, the Musical Fountain is still the largest of its kind. Many here would argue that authenticity is more important than size.

    Aside from a charming fountain, the area also offers a local boardwalk with live music. It doesn’t stop there though. Outdoor enthusiast will enjoy the many hiking trails that span the park’s 48 acres. Fisherman will love the world-class fishing Lake Michigan is known for. And everyone can enjoy the local shops, eats, and oddities found throughout the city. It goes without saying, finding something to do here is never a problem.

    Camping in the Grand Haven State Park is readily accessible, with online reservations available year round. The parks’ acreage rest’s along the western shores of Lake Michigan, and offers a host of lodging options as well. Aside from full service campsites, there are also cabins available for rental throughout. Moreover, there’s also beach sites open for reservation if you’d prefer your own beach getaway during the day. Campsites range from $21-$37/night, while cabins start at $126/night. Be sure to reserve cabins well in advance, as they are an extremely popular amenity for the campground.

    If you’re looking for an idealistic vacation getaway, Grand Haven State Park should be a unique spot you consider. Honeymooners, couples, families, and travelers alike will enjoy everything the region offers. All in all, this park is an unexpected delight sure to keep you wanting more over and over again.

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    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
  5. Camper-submitted photo from Fort Custer Recreation Area

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    Fort Custer Recreation Area

    40 Reviews
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    119 Saves
    Augusta, Michigan

    Fort Custer Campground at Fort Custer State Recreation Area is a 3,033-acre park located between Battle Creek and Kalamazoo. The park features three lakes, the Kalamazoo River, a campground, a swimming beach, boat rentals, more than 25 miles of multi-use trails, paddling and fishing opportunities, second growth forests and remnant areas of prairie. The trail system is popular with mountain bikers, equestrians, hikers and dog sledders.

    Originally farmland, the area was acquired by the federal government to establish Camp Custer, an induction and military training center for the U.S. Army during WWII. The land was deeded to the State of Michigan under President Nixon's Legacy of Parks in 1971.

    No alcoholic beverages allowed in park April 1 through Labor Day.

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  6. Camper-submitted photo from Woodchip Campground

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    Woodchip Campground

    8 Reviews
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    39 Saves
    Byron Center, Michigan

    Woodchip Campground is the perfect place for your family camping in Michigan. Our 122 camping sites are grassy and shaded. Each site has a picnic table and burn barrel. We can accommodate short and long-term guests, including monthly and seasonal camping. Activities for the whole family take place on the weekends, with additional special events on holidays.

    Just minutes from Grand Rapids, Michigan!

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  7. Camper-submitted photo from Hidden Ridge RV Resort, A Sun RV Resort

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    Hidden Ridge RV Resort, A Sun RV Resort

    10 Reviews
    32 Photos
    56 Saves
    Wayland, Michigan
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    • Reservable
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    $50 - $70 / night

  8. Camper-submitted photo from Gun Lake Campground — Yankee Springs Recreation Area
  9. Camper-submitted photo from TriPonds Family Camp Resort

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    TriPonds Family Camp Resort

    11 Reviews
    49 Photos
    65 Saves
    Allegan, Michigan
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  10. Camper-submitted photo from Allendale-West Grand Rapids KOA

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    Allendale-West Grand Rapids KOA

    12 Reviews
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    45 Saves
    Allendale, Michigan

    The Allendale/West Grand Rapids KOA is conveniently located between Grand Rapids and Grand Haven, nestled deep in the countryside of Western Michigan. Our RV sites are large enough to handle most big rigs and offer serenity and a peaceful place to vacation. If tenting is your passion, we have great secluded sites within walking distance to the bathhouse and restroom facilities. Our deluxe cabins are complete with bathroom facilities and fully-equipped kitchens for that "home away from home feel."

    If you're traveling with your family, we have plenty of activities to entertain all ages." Water Wars," hit the bullseye & set off the depth charge to soak your opponent, or perhaps a refreshing swim in our pool. Two playgrounds accommodate our younger campers, while volleyball, basketball, horseshoes & more keep everyone busy. Weekend activities include our famous glow-ride hay-wagon ride.

    We have three ponds on the campground that will keep you busy catching & releasing fish all day long. If fishing or relaxing on the water is on your list of things to do, you'll find them all within a short distance of the campground.

    In the fall, come camp and enjoy the beautiful colors of the changing trees of Western Michigan.

    Whatever your camping needs may be, we have a site for you and look forward to meeting you!

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    • Tents
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