Emmett KOA

Emmett, Michigan

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Relax at the Emmett KOA, where a 4-acre lake and sandy beach draw sand-castle architects, swimmers and catch-and-release anglers. The Aqua Park (inflatables in the lake) keeps the kids playing and swimming all day long. The 60-acre wooded campground offers lakefront Camping Cabins, Tent Sites, large Pull-Thru RV Sites and lakefront Patio RV Sites. Organized activities entertain campers, and groups gather at the pavilion. You're minutes from historic Port Huron, which bustles with activities and festivals. Take a sightseeing cruise or charter a fishing trip out onto Lake Huron. Golf and horseback riding are nearby. It's an easy one-hour drive to Detroit and its attractions. In suburban Dearborn, visit the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. This KOA also has a Kamp K9, Deluxe Cabins, full-hookup Pull-Thru RV Sites, a Jumping Pillow, a mining sluice and family-style restrooms. Max pull thru: 90 feet. Your hosts: the Pietras and Orlando families.

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