Tunnel Of Trees, Harbor Springs
Petoskey State Park
Petoskey State Park is conveniently located just off of M-119, which takes you along the Tunnel of Trees! This lovely state park sits right on the shores of Lake Michigan, where you’ll enjoy more views of the turning foliage! There are great opportunities for biking and hiking in the park, or you can just kick back and relax! Two different campgrounds are located here--the Dunes Campground and Tannery Creek, for a combined 180 campsites! Electric and water are available. Sites with 20/30 amp service go for $31 per night, and sites with 50 amp service in Tannery Creed go for $33 per night! The campgrounds are only open through October 15th, so don't delay! This is the perfect time to catch the leaves changing colors! Make your reservations on the Michigan DNR website!
Traverse City Area
Timber Ridge RV Park & Recreation Resort
If you’re looking for the perfect RV park to stay in the midst of all the fun and color, enjoy a stay at Timber Ridge RV Park and Resort! This resort is family friendly, and features playgrounds, basketball and volleyball courts, and more! There are themed weekends and wagon rides, so you can have fun on your stay! Rates are reduced September 5th through November 3rd and start at $30 per night! Visit the Timber Ridge website for more information and to make reservations!
Twin Lakes State Park
This lovely campground sits toward the base of the Keewanaw Peninsula, so you can make the drive up and loop back down! With 60 sites, electric and water hookups, a dump station, and restrooms, this well-maintained campground also has a lake to provide splendid views of the colorful leaves! Sites are reservable through October, and have a starting rate of $18 in the off-season! Make your reservations on the Michigan DNR website!
St. Joseph/New Buffalo
Land Of Lakes Campground
You’ll love the quaint and home-like feel of this lovely campground! Nestled between two lakes in Dowagiac, this puts you in a great spot to begin your fall adventure! Jollay Orchards is just a 15-minute drive away, and is close to St. Joseph, so you can begin your tour! Lovely shaded sites and nearby lakes will make this campground a treasure in fall months! This campground’s season ends on October 31st, and has a $35 per night site rate! Visit the Land Of Lakes Campground website for more information! These are just a few of many amazing options for color tours and campgrounds where you can stay to enjoy the vibrant leaves! Hopefully this guide to planning an RV Michigan fall color tour has inspired you to get out and see the beautiful natural wonder that Michigan has to offer! Where is your favorite spot to enjoy the changing leaves? Share with us in the comments!