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Michigan - 305 RV Rentals
Enter Dates

2008 Keystone Montana

Fifth Wheel / Sleeps 7

2012 Jayco Recon 40D

Fifth Wheel / Sleeps 8

1999 Sunlite Eagle wt

Truck Campers / Sleeps 4

2012 Nomad Joey

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

2017 north point 377rlbh

Fifth Wheel / Sleeps 8

2010 palomino 30 ft

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 7

2016 Grand design Imagine

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

2017 wildwood 282qbxl

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

2004 Keystone 210rbs

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 4

2008 Pleasureway Lexor rx4

Class B Camping Van / Sleeps 2

2013 Montana, Mountaineer

Fifth Wheel / Sleeps 6

2017 Cougar fifth wheel

Fifth Wheel / Sleeps 4

2000 National Tropical

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 7

1974 Apache Ramada

Folding Trailer / Sleeps 8

2003 Fleetwood Southbound

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 6

1997 Fleet wood bounder

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2010 jayco 1209sc

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

2003 Forest River Sunseeker

Class C Motor Home / Sleeps 6

2006 Forest River Surveyor

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

2011 Classic Duchman

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 6

2014 Evergreen Sun valley

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 4

2005 Flagstaff Coach

Class A Motor Home / Sleeps 7

1999 Trail-Lite 24H

Travel Trailer / Sleeps 4

2008 Coleman E3

Folding Trailer / Sleeps

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Motorhome, Camper and RV Rentals Michigan


The birthplace of the American Motor Industry is a great state for RV tourism. It is a combination of mega metropolitan cities and Great Lake beauty, providing visitors a variety of activities to choose from. Whether you are interested in the Motor City, the history of Motown music, or historical sites and wildlife, Michigan is a state that encompasses it all. RV campsites for an RV rental in Michigan are abundant on the outskirts of major metropolitan areas and within the natural points of interest, so renting an RV for your vacation is convenient.

Major cities include: Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Ann Arbor, and Kalamazoo. All of which make an RV rental Michigan great!

Michigan Attractions


Mackinac Straits

Make camp in your private RV rental in Michigan right off the water and head for Mackinac Island where boutique shopping, museums, and horse drawn carriages are part of the appeal of this tranquil little haven. Take advantage of Mill Creek’s 625 acres of preserved wilderness and go hiking. Or you can just sit by the water and watch the antique wooden boats float by on a lazy afternoon.

Boyne Mountain

This mountain in the heart of Northern Michigan has fun activities for every season. Families can enjoy of Zip lining, water activities in an indoor water park, and outdoor sailing. Boyne Mountain is a vision in white during the winter and has become a favorite snowboarding spot in recent years. You can also find cross country skiing and snow tubing if snowboarding isn’t your style. Destinations this large usually require a few days to see and enjoy, and luckily Boyne Falls and the nearby Harbour Springs have an abundance of campsites for you to make home during your trip to the mountain.

Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners

The Gilmore Car Museum was named one of the top five car museums for a good reason. The museum has a collection of over 200 antique cars, rarely if ever seen, outside of exhibits. The collection includes a locomobile from 1899 and an American Hot Rod Collection that rivals any other museum in the world. Nearby Hickory Corners is a nice rural town with a few campgrounds.

Michigan State Parks / Campgrounds


Warren Dunes State Park

The most unique feature of this State park is the dunes it is named for. The Warren Dunes rise over 260 feet above Lake Michigan, giving visitors a stunning view of America’s largest lake. There is beach camping available along its 3 miles of coastline, as well as camping sites further inland for parking an RV Rental. The State park features nature trails, six miles worth of hiking trails, and designated areas for wildlife watching. It is important to note that this State Park is very pet friendly as well, only adding to why this is a great place for a camper rental Michigan!

Lansing Cottonwood Campground

If you have plans of traveling in your RV rental in Michigan to Lansing, the Lansing Cottonwood Campground is a great place to camp in your RV. It is a family owned and operated campground that spells lots of fun for the entire family. It has 110 available sites, 11 of which are full hookup sites with fire rings, tables and room for slideouts.  Facilities and amenities include a swimming pool, recreational hall, playground, game room, nature trails, horseshoes, planned activities, camp store, an open field for games, RV storage and supplies, wi-fi internet access, restrooms and showers, and laundry facility. Enjoy fishing at its fully stocked pond with no license required! Park season is from April 15 to October 29 for your motorhome rental Michigan.

Woodchip Campground

Planning to enjoy a drive in your RV rental in Michigan to Grand Rapids? If you are, you must stay at the Woodchip Campground located minutes way from downtown area. It has 69 available spaces, 33 of which are full hookup sites with tables, fire rings, and room for slideouts. Facilities and amenities include a swimming pool, playground, bounce pillow, outdoor games, planned activities, pavilion, spiritual services, restrooms and showers, laundry facility, self-service RV wash, and wi-fi internet access. Camp season is from May 1 to October 1, so look up RV rental Michigan prices and book soon!

Festival and Events


Detroit Jazz Festival

Steer your RV rental in Michigan to Detroit and enjoy smooth Jazz sound at the Detroit Jazz Festival. The festival takes place every Labor Day weekend from Hart Plaza to Campus Martius in downtown Detroit. Founded in 1980, this festival showcases performances of Jazz luminaries, artists-in residence, new talents, and anything about Jazz. It also features activities of kids, lots of food, and fireworks displays. Managed by the Detroit International Jazz Festival Foundation, the festival aims to continue Detroit’s significant jazz legacy, and cultivate the development of Jazz.

Blue Water SandFest

If you are into sand sculpting or fascinated by it, you must check out RV rental to Michigan prices and take a trip to Lake Huron, so you can enjoy the Blue Water SandFest held in July. It is a weekend filled with lots of amazing sand sculpting! It is the first and only Master Sand sculpting and Advanced Amateur competition in the state. It features amateur and master’s sand sculpting competitions, sand sculpting demonstrations and hand on lessons, Quick Sand© Speed Sculpting Show, live music, food vendors, and so much more! There is even a Kid's Zone where kids can practice their sand sculpting skills. Don’t miss this spectacular event and visit in an RV rental Michigan by owner!

Michigan, also known as the Great Lakes State, is one place state you should not miss visiting. If you are on a budget, you can inquire about cheap RV rentals to Michigan at RVshare and be on your way!

Thank you for choosing RVshare for your RV rental needs. 

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