Camping in Michigan is not only about the water (which is foremost with access to four of the Great Lakes), it also includes numerous recreation areas and state forests within easy access.
Michigan State Parks have partnered with Tentrr to let visitors camp in style with fully-equipped, safari-style wall tents. Whether you're after Great Lakes shorelines, or a prefer rolling hills and forests, we have a secluded spot all set up and ready for you.
All State Park sites include our full Signature kit and are set apart from other sites, so no noisy neighbors. The added bonus – all State Park facilities such as showers, flush toilets, and water are available on-site.
If there’s anything that the Michigan State Parks are known for, it’s versatility. Whether you want to relax on a beach, go horseback riding, snowmobiling, or hunting, there’s something to be found at every state park in Michigan. Looking for something a little bit different from a traditional State Park experience? Try Algonac where you can watch massive freighters along the St. Clair River (while also exploring plain prairies and oak savannahs full of wildlife and butterflies). Interested in boating and fishing? Try Aloha State Park on beautiful Mullett Lake, a central point of the inland lakes waterway. Or if history is more your thing, Belle Isle Park is a 982 acre park featuring an aquarium, conservatory, and the James Scott Memorial Fountain.
Michigan’s many state parks boast 815 hiking trails, enough to keep any casual walker or avid backpacker busy for days. And in the winter months, these trails are ideal for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
There’s no limit to what you can do in a Michigan State Park, and Tentrr will help you have a cozy, relaxing retreat that you won’t forget.