Fair ground campground with group camping. There is around 200 campsites in a large field with some small trees. There is electric and water hook up. Plus bathrooms and showers.
Couldn't find this campground at this location
This is a private campground on Thornapple Lake. There is not a lot of mature trees and the campsites are right next to each other.
This campground is mostly for seasonal campers. It has a pool, campground, canoe livery, electric, water, and propane. Very attentive staff and polite.
This is a beautiful city park but no camping is available as far as I can see. There are grills, picnic tables, trails, basketball courts, playgrounds and trails.
The cabins looked newish. There is no camping here but 5 or 6 cabins on Leach lake in Hastings. The cabins are open all year long.
This place is a good option if you're planning on going to the fair or not. They have electrical hook ups. You can stay here during the fair if they have room but you can also contact them and stay other times of the year. Rvs only.
This is an all male campground with a night club on site.
There is a Moon Lake near this location but I havent ever heard of a campground here. I believe there is a mobile home park.
This is a nice campground with spots to dock your boat. There is a camp office in a small cabin when you pull in. Also a small cabin with showers.
This is a campground with docks for your boat. There is also pontoon rentals. A lot of 5he Rvs look like they're there all season.
I couldn't find this campground on google maps or at the address listed.
This is just a run down mobile home park.
I tried finding this campground but I dont think it exists.
This is the only campground in lansing. The property is nicely shaded. There is a large main building and large outdoor pool.
This place is located over an hour from Lansing.
This used to be a mobile home park that allowed travel trailers. The park is now mostly demolished.
It has really spacious sites and there are two different shower houses.
This is a really nice campground with newer bathrooms. I saw two cabins. The campground is not right on the lake. You have to cross the road to get to the state park with a great beach and a small, two mile trail. The campsites are right next to each other but there were a lot of mature trees. There are a few swing sets at the campground and the state park had a splash pad and huge playground.
This campground is on the edge of Hiawatha National Forest. There is some great hiking in the area. The downfalls of this campground is there isn't a lot of trees on the campground and it's right next to train tracks. It rained while we were there and we were glad we weren't in a tent because of all the puddles.