This award-winning campground in Holland, Michigan, has been rated a “5 Diamond Resort” by Woodall’s, “One of the Best Parks in the USA” by Good Sam, and “One of The Top 10 Most Romantic Parks in the United States” by Motor Home Magazine. This topnotch resort offers a lot of reasons to make it part of your next camping vacation. Located within walking distance of Lake Macatawa and Lake Michigan beaches, the park is loaded with amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
Bike rentals, a heated pool, a basketball court, and a camp store are just a few of the amenities you will find at this Holland campground. “Big Red,” Michigan’s most famous lighthouse, awaits your visit as does downtown historic Holland with its sweet shops and restaurants. Museums and attractions abound in this area, so there will never be a shortage of outings to choose from.
“We camp everywhere, at least 4x a year and this campground is the cleanest campground I’ve ever been to. So cute and quaint. Super sweet regulars and staff. The bathrooms are absolutely pristine!!! I don’t think I appreciate anything more than a clean bathroom when we camp!! We will come back to Holland every year for the tulip festival and we will never stay anywhere else. You shouldn’t either, tell all your friends!!!! If anyone gave less than five stars they lied!!” – Stephanie, Google Reviews
Dutch Treat is a family-owned campground that has been in operation since 1969. The park has a fun retro feel and is lovingly cared for as evidenced by numerous reviews of travelers who rave about its cleanliness and maintence. The 90-site campground has a pond, pool, laundromat, camp store, rec hall, and more.
Boat rentals, a playground, an activity field, and a sparkling-clean pool will provide campers with plenty to stay busy. Nearby Holland is busy year-round with a host of events and festivals, and the town itself is a lovely treat to visit. Holland State Park with its sandy beach on Lake Michigan is just a few minutes away for you to enjoy.
“This campground is overall one of the cleanest and well-kept campgrounds around. They have a very good size playground for the kids, the sites are very large and spacious, the pool is large and clean. Most of the campground is paved, but some of the back sites are on gravel roads. The staff is friendly.” – Gerard, Google Reviews
An official Outdoor Adventure Resort, Grand Haven RV Resort has a full suite of amenities in beautiful Grand Haven, Michigan. Mini-golf, a go-kart track, a pool, a playground, and hayrides make this family-style resort a wonderful place to bring the kids. A camp store, game room, and planned activities ensure that campers of all ages have a fun visit.
The town of Grand Haven is a beach resort community with all sorts of water sport activities and events. It has over 100 miles of bike trails, a beautiful sandy beach on Lake Michigan, lighthouses, a boardwalk, and a pier. Officially desigted as “Coast Guard City,” it hosts an annual Coast Guard festival that draws over 300,000 visitors over a two-week period.
“Our favorite of the Outdoor Adventure campgrounds so far. The staff is always helpful. You can leave your camper in their storage if you are a frequent camper for a reasoble monthly/seasol fee. They have an outdoor pool, mini golf, go carts and other fun things to do. There’s a store opened daily for campers needs and they are minutes away from shopping and restaurants. The bathhouses are kept clean and they have quite a few full hookup sites.” – Jeanese, Google Reviews
Baldwin Oaks operates a wonderfully maintained and peaceful campground just 13 miles from Holland. As one of the best campgrounds around Holland, it boasts large grassy sites that each have their own fire pit and picnic table. Free Wi-Fi and planned weekly activities are available.
Ping pong, pool, basketball, horseshoes, and shuffleboard are just a few of the activities to participate in at the campground. Planned activities like Friday night movies, Sunday morning church services, bingo, craft time, and hayrides are some of the events designed for the whole family to enjoy. Immaculate facilities and a well-stocked camp store will make your visit pleasant.
“My fiancé and I decided on Baldwin Oaks campground after looking for somewhere to stay between Holland and Grand Rapids. We were promptly greeted by the owner, Dan, as soon as we got here and to say he is the nicest guy I’ve ever met would be an understatement. Him and his employees really make you feel welcomed. He did everything he could to make sure we were comfortable. I felt so safe and happy here during our 4-day stay.” – Jenna, Google Reviews
The Allendale/West Grand Rapids KOA is located in the countryside of western Michigan between Grand Rapids and Grand Haven. Spacious and level RV sites large enough for most rigs offer campers an easy parking experience. Two playgrounds for little campers, hayrides, family movie nights, and water games in the large heated pool will keep the whole family entertained.
There are three ponds on the grounds where you can catch and release fish, or you could rent a canoe or kayak and spend some time on the water. The property has access to the Grand River. The 117-site park also offers a paintball gallery and free Wi-Fi.
“Our sites are really large, surrounded by mature pines…really pretty sites. The lots are so big that they are extremely easy to park in. The fire pits are set off at the back of the space, in the woods. Additionally, my 14-year-old daughter was jumping with joy over all the fun stuff to do at the campsite. They have a bounce floor thing about the size of a football field, paintball shooting gallery, NICE swimming pool, petting zoo, water balloon war zone, etc.” – Johnnie, Google Reviews
TriPonds Family Camp Resort is a family-owned and -operated RV park near Holland. The park offers 90 acres of fields and trees, generously sized sites, hiking trails, ponds, and more. An 18-hole mini-golf course and a lodge with an ice cream shop and small menu of refreshments make the resort a perfect spot for your next vacation.
Level sites, some with cement pads, make this campground easy for RV parking. You’ll find a fire pit and picnic table on each site, which offer various options for utilities. Free Wi-Fi, spring-fed ponds for fishing, and the saltwater pool are other great perks.
“Very nice family campground. 2 swimming areas. Clean bathrooms. So many things to do. Huge playground with a bounce pad. Hay rides Fri and sat nights. Activities for kids on sat. A separate pond for fishing and paddle boards. Will camp here more frequently.” – Judy, Google Reviews
This RV park just outside of Grand Rapids offers a whole host of activities for campers to enjoy in a beautiful setting right on the banks of the Grand River. Go kayaking, swimming, or fishing, or consider taking a riverboat ride. A golf course is just across the street, and guided kayaking trips that end at the campground are available through a local company.
Close to Grand Rapids and only 19 miles from Holland, this is one of the nicest RV parks in Michigan. With gorgeous grassy sites that slope to the river, you can wake up to the gentle sounds of water. Plus, nearby Grand Rapids offers great restaurants and shopping and numerous activities to enjoy.
“This is our first camping outing this year and we are loving it. The staff/owners are so very nice. Everyone we encounter has been so awesome! Waking up to the view of the grand river has been so relaxing and refreshing. The location is ideal (not too far away from anything) the pool and playground are great and the bathhouse is so convenient!” – Sharia, Google Reviews
This RV campground near Holland, Michigan, features 96 sites on 90 acres of beautifully manicured grass and shade trees. Located about 20 miles from Holland, the campground caters to RVers with its generously sized and level lots in back-in or pull-through style. Campers rave about the cleanliness of the facilities and the warm and friendly staff.
A laundromat, camp store, and sparkling clean pool are among the available amenities. Wi-Fi is also available throughout the property. This RV campground is kid-friendly with many things for the little ones to enjoy, including playgrounds, a sandbox, ball pit, hayrides, and a jump pad.
“We would like to thank the Hungry Horse Campground for the wonderful weekend spent with them. The grounds are well kept, pull through sites are level and easy to navigate. We will recommend to all our family and friends.” – Sue, Google Reviews
Located midway between Grand Rapids, Holland, and Kalamazoo, East Lake Camping offers a peaceful and relaxing camping experience with nature at your door. Nestled in a quiet country setting on a private lake, the campground is the ideal spot to park your rig. A sandy beach, swim area with slide and rafts, and a boat launch will allow you to enjoy the water on warm summer days.
Rowboats, paddle boats, canoes, and kayaks are available to rent. You can choose from grassy, shady, or sunny sites, and fire rings and picnic tables are provided. With a fully stocked camp store, laundry facilities, planned activities, and plenty of things to do, you can become ensconced in a vacation oasis and rejuvenate yourself at this serene property.
“It has been great! My daughter and family rented a camper, it was good size, and the lot size was okay, they offer activities for the children on Saturday! A church service for Sunday. We will have wonderful memories to look back on! This has wooded areas with some trails and a recreation barn that offers things for you to do. The staff is very friendly. I would recommend!” – Sue, Google Reviews
Woodchip Campground is a bustling park for travelers who like parks with a lot of activity. Geared toward families, the campground offers dozens of fun-filled activities for kids of all ages. An inflatable castle, a jumping pillow, wagon rides, a foam machine, and an 18-foot inflatable slide contribute to this park being a top pick for families with children.
Adults can enjoy a little friendly competition playing GA-GA ball, basketball, volleyball, or shuffleboard. The property has grassy sites with picnic tables and fire rings. Clean and well-maintained facilities and a nicely manicured property have everything looking in tip-top shape.
“After driving fir 13 long hours to this beautiful area, I couldn’t have asked for more accommodating owners! Very friendly and helpful! Sites are perfect size, and children’s awesome playground is within sight. The bounce bubble is so cool, my girls loved it! The pool is beautiful and clean with nice chairs for this momma to sit and get her tan on.” – Larissa, Google Reviews
Now that you have a snapshot of some of the best RV resorts in Holland, it should be easy to find the perfect place to camp. With so many other great places to see in Michigan, you can embark on a memorable road trip and find some other RV parks that will become your new favorites.
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