More than 10,000 voters from across the state weighed in on 101 things they love about Northern Michigan. Their votes determined over 300 Red Hot Best winners and 700 honorable mentions. Here you’ll find the best Northern Michigan campgrounds.
Love to camp? You’ll also want to check out these state parks on a Great Lake shore.
First Place: D.H. Day, Glen Arbor
Your own piece of Sleeping Bear Bay real estate—for up to two weeks.
Second Place: Interlochen State Park, Interlochen
Set between two well-known fishing and swimming lakes. We’ll see you on the water.
Third Place: Platte River Campground, Honor
Pick your adventure level. RV, tent, group and backcountry sites available.
More Red Hot Best Northern Michigan campgrounds:
- Barnes Park, East Port
- Betsie River Campsite, Frankfort
- Northern Exposure, Mesick
- Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Lower Falls
- Timber Ridge RV Park And Campground, Traverse City
- Turtle Lake Campground, Beulah
- Young State Park, Boyne City
Try these creative s’more recipes on your next camping trip!
Get your copy of the June 2017 issue of Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine for the complete list of over 300 Red Hot Best winners! Subscribe and get the June issue plus 12 months of Traverse Magazine for year-round travel ideas and food recommendations!