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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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