At Holiday Camping Resort we offer full hook-ups for RVs, cabin rentals, tent campsites and a group camping area, though we do require you be 21 years old to rent a campsite or cabin. You’ll enjoy free Wi-Fi throughout the park, our camp store, playground, hiking trails, and rec-room.
You can round up the family for a game of sand volleyball, horseshoes or basketball. Then take a dip in the swimming pool. In the evenings feel free to join us for other activities.
Our RV Park makes an excellent home base for your tour of the area, exploring attractions like the Hart-Montague Bike Trail or tour the Little Sable Point Lighthouse. Visit the very popular Country Dairy and Lewis Adventure Farm & Zoo.
You can go for a trail ride or pony ride at Stony Lake Stables, play a round of golf at one of the many local golf courses, or ride through the Silver Lake Sand Dunes with Mac Woods Dune Rides. If you like to fish there’s great bass fishing right up the road at Stony Lake.
There’s just so much to do and see when you come camping in West Michigan!
It is illegal to bring firewood into Michigan out of areas quarantined for Asian longhorned beetle, thousand cankers disease, basalm woolly adelgid, hemlock woolly adelgid, mountain pine beetle, and/or imported fire ant unless it is certified, heat-treated firewood. In many cases, it is also against federal law to move firewood out of Michigan due to a spongy moth infestation in the state. The invasive spotted lanternfly (SLF) was recently detected in Oakland County, so firewood should not be removed from this area.
Campgrounds often have additional firewood rules and some prohibit outside firewood unless outside firewood unless it has been certified, heat-treated or was purchased from an approved vendor.
To prevent the spread of these and other invasive forest pests, Michigan authorities ask residents and visitors to adhere to the following state-issued guidelines when using firewood:
- Buy firewood where you will burn it, ideally within 10 miles
- Use firewood that is certified, heat-treated
- Leave your firewood at home when going camping; buy it at your destination or collect dead and down wood onsite when permitted
- Burn all your firewood, do not take any home with you
- Find local firewood vendors in Michigan by visiting Firewood Scout.