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Camping Michigan in the Fall and Winter



Just because summer has officially ended doesn't mean camping season has to be! Camping is an excellent complement to lots of favorite fall and winter activities, including tailgating, fishing, hunting, hiking, snowmobiling and skiing, if you have an RV. Many Michigan campgrounds remain open during fall and winter months, catering to those who enjoy fall and winter activities. They are located near secluded hiking trails, remote hunting areas, pristine snowmobile trails and popular ski destinations.

Camping can be just as comfortable and fun for the entire family during the cooler months. An RV will make the perfect hunting cabin or ski lodge complete with all the comforts of home. After the day's adventures, warm up in the RV and enjoy amenities like TVs, video game systems, computers with Internet access, hot showers and queen-sized beds. You can refrigerate, freeze or cook your catch/game immediately using the fully equipped kitchen. There's plenty of storage space for hunting equipment, ice skates, skis, snowboards and bulky winter clothing. Toy-hauler RVs featuring built-in garages make it easy to haul large equipment like snowmobiles and ATVs.

If you've got an RV, you may want to check out the following campgrounds in Michigan and the surrounding areas, which are open year-round:

Michigan Campgrounds

Indiana Campgrounds

Ontario Campgrounds




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