Mackinaw City / Mackinac Island KOA

Mackinaw City, Michigan

Book through our partner KOA Kampgrounds

Mackinac Island is the most spectacular destination in Michigan, and this KOA is a perfect location to stay. Free shuttles to island ferries available. KOA's nature trail connects to a paved trail into Mackinaw City, where you can explore Colonial Michilimackinac and Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse. Or continue on the North Western State Trail for miles of hiking/biking. Rent a bike from KOA or bring your own. Use this KOA as a base camp for an easy trip across the Mackinac Bridge to Tahquamenon Falls, Soo Locks and Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum on Lake Superior. Take a scenic drive through Tunnel of Trees. You're less than 2 miles from a Lake Michigan beach. After sightseeing, head back to KOA to enjoy the heated pool and a campfire. There are sites for everyone: pull thrus/full hookups, pop-ups, tents and Cabins. Cable TV/Wi-Fi available at sites. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 70 feet.

Reviews

Have you stayed here? Be the first to leave a review!


More Places to Stay

St. Ignace, Michigan

St. Ignace / Mackinac Island KOA

Moran Township, Michigan

Lake Michigan At St. Ignace

Overview Lake Michigan Campground at St. Ignace provides great views and unlimited access to Lake Michigan. The area has excellent trails, winding hikers through ancient sand dunes, windswept found...

St. Ignace, Michigan

Carp River Campground

Overview Nestled in a quiet, rustic setting adjacent to the Carp Wild and Scenic River, Carp River Campground is an ideal place to get away and enjoy the outdoors. The surrounding Hiawatha National...

Adventures Nearby

  • Photograph the Mackinac Bridge

    The upper peninsula of Michigan is connected to the mainland by the Mackinac Bridge. This bridge is quite impressive from a distance and it makes a great object for photography at any time of the day. If you want to get up close to the bridge, try...

  • Bike around Mackinac Island

    Mackinac Island is accessible only by ferry, and there are no cars allowed on the island. While you can rent bikes over there, we opted to bring ours along on the Star Line ferry. Super easy and we had no problems!Lake Shore Boulevard, or State Hi...

    8 miles

  • Hike the Tranquil Bluff Trail on Mackinac Island

    You will need to take a ferry to the island to access this hike, but the fare is cheap and is worth it for a day trip. This hike starts at the very popular (and thus usually crowded) Arch Rock and takes you halfway across the island to British Lan...

    3 miles