Allendale / West Grand Rapids KOA

Allendale Charter Township, Michigan

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Slow down, back in and unload! Friday and Saturday night hayrides (camper favorites!) make for a great family escape at the Allendale/W Grand Rapids KOA. Large sites, mostly shaded by pines and hardwoods, greet visitors at this camp-ground located between Grand Rapids and Grand Haven. This family-friendly campground can accommodate any size RV as well as tent campers and Cabin guests (stay in one of the rustic or Deluxe Cabins). Toss in a line and fish in any of the three ponds or just soak up some rays at the pool. Have fun petting the goats, jumping on the Jump Pad, painting some targets in the paintball gallery or drenching your opponent in water wars. Enjoy an abundance of local festivals within a 20-minute drive. Email: info@allendalekoa.com. Limited services November 1 to May 1; self-contained units only. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Your hosts: the Brown family.

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