The largest of the great lakes, Lake Superior is a breathtaking view. If you want to book a trip that will being you along the coast of this amazing body of water, look no further. Beginning at the eastern part of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, you’ll find a path to travel for the perfect RV getaway along the shores of Lake Superior. Book a night (or more) at each site to make sure you can get a glimpse of all this massive inland freshwater sea has to offer. Start off at Brimley State Park and then move North West to Tahquamenon Falls State Park. Traveling even farther west next you will come to Munising Tourist Park Campground near Grand Island. Moving North West yet again you will find Marquette Tourist Park and then to the Northern most tip of Michigan to Lake Fanny Hooe Campground.
Brimley State Park
One of the oldest state parks in the Upper Peninsula, Brimley State Park has been around since 1923. With 151 acres and more than 230 campsites, you’re sure to find your spot here. They offer hiking trails, a picnic area, a playground for the kids, and a beach where you can swim. You’ll find pull through sites, big rig access, tent camping, modern restrooms with showers, full hookups, free wifi, and they’re pet friendly.
Tahquamenon Falls State Park
Tahquamenon Falls State Park is a gorgeous area of cascading waterfalls and breathtaking colors. You’ll find some of the best hunting and fishing here and you’ll enjoy hiking, nature programs, paddlesports, and of course camping! They have two modern campgrounds for RVers, Tahquamenon Lower Falls & Tahquamenon Rivermouth campgrounds. Between the two campgrounds you will find almost 300 pull through sites. Some sites have 30 amp and some have 50 amp electrical and you will be able to bring your furry friends as the grounds are pet friendly. At the state park you will be amazed at all the natural beauty you will find between the falls and the foliage. There are a lot of different types of wildlife that call Tahquamenon Falls State Park home so make sure you bring your camera and you may be able to snap some photos of moose, bald eagles, black bear, or beavers! Located in the park at the upper falls you can find the Tahquamenon Falls Brewery and Pub where you can grab a bite to eat and a fresh brew! Check out our whole write up on Tahquamenon Falls State Park here!
Munising Tourist Park Campground
Located less than 10 minutes from the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Munising, MI is Munising Tourist Park. This campground has 127 scenic campsites and 2 sets of modern bathrooms with showers. The majority of the sites have electric and water hookups and more than 25 have full hookups. If you want to rough it, they do offer 23 walk-in rustic sites for tent campers. At Munising Tourist Park Campground you will enjoy free wifi, a dump station, and they are pet friendly. From here you’re just a hop skip and a jump from Pictured Rocks, tons of mountain biking and hiking trails, Sandy Point Beach, plenty of restaurants, and lots of shopping options.
Tourist Park Campground
Closely named to the Munising Tourist Park, Tourist Park is located in Marquette, MI. This is a city owned park that offers 110 camp sites, 10 of which are rustic sites with no electrical hookups. All sites have a picnic table and you can find grills throughout the park to use. 38 of the sites have water and sewer hookups as well for a full service camping experience. At Tourist Park Campground you will enjoy modern restrooms with showers, a dump station, paved roads, a playground for the kids, trails for hiking, and multiple picnic areas.
Lake Fanny Hooe Campground
Lake Fanny Hooe Campground offers sites from rustic to full service and everything In between. With 64 sites to choose from, all nestled in a wooded area with a trout stream, you will find your solace. All sited have a picnic table, fire ring, and water and electrical hook ups. At the full service sites you will also enjoy sewer and cable. If you don’t get a full service site there is a dump station you can use on your way out. Here you will find modern bathrooms with hot showers, a camp store and gift shop, a swimming beach, a clubhouse, playground for the kids, propane refill services, a Laundromat, and boat rentals! You can make this trip last as long as you want by increasing the time you spend at each site. This is such a beautiful trip, you may want to make this a yearly route so you can enjoy the perfect RV getaway along the shores of Lake Superior annually.